You can't qualify for a Home Beautiful credit card until you are 18 years old."
Indicate the alternative that both correctly evaluates the sentence and correctly explains the reason for the evaluation.

(Points: 5)
Good you-attitude because it begins with the word "you"
Good you-attitude because it focuses on what the reader will (or won't) receive
Lacks you-attitude because it does not thank the reader for shopping at Home Beautiful
Lacks you-attitude because it does not protect the reader's feelings

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1. "Good you-attitude" and "Lacks you-attitude" are some code words your class and/or text have taught you.

What do they mean???

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2. I dislike all of these choices.

It's a negative statement because it uses the word "can't." A much better statement would be something like this:

"You will qualify for a Home Beautiful credit card when you are 18 years old."

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