GED Reasoning through Language Arts 2.2 Language Conventions and Usage

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 2.2 Language Conventions and Usage. Which answer best fills in the blanks?

English I EOC AssessmentCapitalization
GEDGED Language Conventions and Usage
Handwriting, Capitalization, PunctuationCapitalization
Language Conventions and UsageMake sure correct words are capitalized
LanguageEnglish Language
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage

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letter of recommendation I remember him because you know deep

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in our own english Ten eight ten bean paste along

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right now collect the drop down menu and choose the

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option that correctly completes the sense And the options are

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it's like you have any awards way Okay well capital

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offenses in writing might not be quite a severe is

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those in criminal law but well they should still be

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avoided It's important to remember that proper announce our always

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capitalized thes include places and names Will norton a publisher

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of multiple literature anthologies is a name So norton should

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definitely be capitalized Now whether or not anthology should be

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capitalized is a little trickier Well it depends on whether

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we're referring to anthologies in general on capitalized or a

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very specific anthology like the norton one like are we

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talking about the norton anthology The only one noticed how

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The a is capitalized there Well in this case there's

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a whole bunch of anthologies We're not talking about any

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specific one We're just talking about anthologies in general Therefore

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anthologies here should not be capitalized That would be yet

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another capital offence which makes see the correct answer Norton

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is capitalized Anthologies is not now Only everyone where is

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good capitalization way are probably save a whole lot on 00:01:40.021 --> [endTime] repairing the road signs