Urgent 8th Grade Language Arts

Choose I for each antecedent that is unclear or missing and C for each antecedent that is used correctly. Thanks so much for you help.

1. We can't go to the aquarium Monday because you need reservations.
C

2. Many people have Monday off, so the aquarium will be busier than usual.
C

3. When Julia and Amy set the date, she promised to buy the tickets.
I

4. Paul brought tickets for Mark when he was in Monterey.
C

5. I could take the bus, but you must have the exact change.
C



Am I correct Ms.Sue???

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  1. Three of your answers are wrong.

    Hint: Who is "you" in these sentences?

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  2. OHHHH,.... oops...

    My answers:
    1:I
    5:I

    hmm.. All i see is 2

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  3. Ms.Sue am I right???

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  4. Yes, those two are right.

    In this one, who was in Monterey?

    Paul brought tickets for Mark when he was in Monterey.

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  5. Paul was in Monterey....

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  6. See it says, Paul bought tickets for Mark when He(Paul) was in Monterey.

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  7. Oh... wait.. I see it now... XD

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  8. Yay, 100%, thx Ms.Sue.. sorry about the last part but I got it after reading it a couple times.

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  9. Good. :-)

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