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Question 2 Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below.
Bill was disguised in the photograph, therefore, his wife failed to recognize him.
Bill was disguised in the photograph therefore, his wife failed to recognize him.
Bill was disguised in the photograph; therefore, his wife failed to recognize him, she put the picture down and walked away.
Bill was disguised in the photograph; therefore, his wife failed to recognize him.

Question 4
Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below.
If I'm not mistaken, that's your fourth piece of pie!
I'm not mistaken, that's your fourth piece of pie!
I'm not mistaken that's your fourth piece of pie!
If I'm not mistaken, that's your fourth piece of pie, how could you be so hungry?



Question 5
Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below.
His hair was oiled and slick, as a result, the girl found him unattractive.
His hair was oiled and slick; as a result, the girl found him unattractive, she left without a word.
His hair was oiled and slick; as a result, the girl found him unattractive.
His hair was oiled and slick as a result, the girl found him unattractive.



Question 6
Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below.
The lampshade spun in a bizarre frenzy; it was the strangest thing I'd ever seen, I couldn't believe my eyes!
The lampshade spun in a bizarre frenzy it was the strangest thing I'd ever seen!
The lampshade spun in a bizarre frenzy, it was the strangest thing I'd ever seen!
The lampshade spun in a bizarre frenzy; it was the strangest thing I'd ever seen!



Question 7
Identify the correctly punctuated sentence below.
As silly as it may seem, I enjoy drinking tea from a wine glass; do you have similar peculiar habits?
As silly as it may seem, I enjoy drinking tea from a wine glass, do you have similar peculiar habits?
As silly as it may seem, I enjoy drinking tea from a wine glass; do you have similar peculiar habits, do you think other people have them too?
As silly as it may seem, I enjoy drinking tea from a wine glass do you have similar peculiar habits?

Question 11
Which of the following is a joining word?

foreshadowing
fourth
for
formerly



Question 12
Which of the following is a joining word?

so
how
who


16.The recipe says to stir together flour, salt, and baking soda _______ add to butter, eggs, and vanilla mixture and stir to blend.

add the word and
insert a question mark
insert a comma
insert a period and make two separate sentences

my answers

2.Bill was disguised in the photograph; therefore, his wife failed to recognize him.

4.If I'm not mistaken, that's your fourth piece of pie!

5.His hair was oiled and slick, as a result, the girl found him unattractive.

6.The lampshade spun in a bizarre frenzy; it was the strangest thing I'd ever seen!

7.As silly as it may seem, I enjoy drinking tea from a wine glass; do you have similar peculiar habits?

11.formerly

12.how

16.insert a comma

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  1. 5. semi-colon after slick

    12. so

    16. semi-colon

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