GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.1 Language Conventions and Usage

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 1.1 Language Conventions and Usage. Choose the option that correctly completes the sentence.

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GEDGED Language Conventions and Usage
GenresVocabulary
Language Conventions and UsageCorrect errors with pronouns
LanguageEnglish Language
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage

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lying man wearing red about here opening loveable love cos

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developed all right Now click the drop down menu and

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choose the option that correctly completes the sentence Your options

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to complete the sentence or right here Okay well here

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we go Uh possessive pronouns They're some of our favorite

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pronoun You were there with our but maybe not as

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great as demonstrative pronouns Those are really awesome that we

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did there All right So which of these possessive pronouns

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is the correct choice for this job application Well answer

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b is a teensy bit presumptions you shouldn't start referring

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to a company is ours until you're actually hired billy

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to ensure the job will be someone else's next up

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If you read the writer sentence carefully you'll see that

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he's not referring to one specific company but the company's

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in general So it is not correct because the writer

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is referring to more than one thing What we need

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here is a possessive pronoun that refers to a plural

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There is the word that fits the bill however there's

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a mistaken answer d that would make any employees think

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twice before making you his employees They're spelled t h

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e r is not a pro now it refers to

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a place as in there is a special place for

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applications that don't get this right and employers friendly fire

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out of the circular file right answers he gives us

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the correct pronoun and the correct spelling Ta g i

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r So it's the correct choice Now as long as

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there aren't any more misspellings of there they're definitely gonna

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have to hire us Wait a minute There are maybe 00:01:57.424 --> [endTime] we should give that application of second re through