GED Reasoning through Language Arts 2.5 Language Conventions and Usage

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 2.5 Language Conventions and Usage. Which choice best completes the sentence?

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Language Conventions and UsageEdit to correct parallelism, subordination, and coordination to ensure proper sentence construction
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage

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green program device tell me All right Now collect the

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drop down menu and choose the option that correctly completes

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the sentence and the options are here I don't get

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turned on company time Okay well apparently professor greenwald stop

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short of teaching syntax because most of these sentences are

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flat out awkward like dating a french mind Awkward I

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tried that pretty our most of these use the passive

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voice that's when the object of an active sentence appears

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is the subject of a sentence like the food was

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eaten way don't know who did the eating This is

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great if you want to hide responsibility but not so

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good for sentence clarity Active voices usually preferable A noun

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performs in action like i ate food Let's look at

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some of these options here Getting over my nerves and

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facilitating discussion We're helped Yikes This is pretty convoluted I

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was helped there's a letter of rec not a business

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memo and we should know who's Doing what same with

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the my nerves were gotten over How about i got

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over my nerves and like who says god's anyway just

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a new bad word All right well this leaves answer

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b a concisely written sentence in the active voice which

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clearly lets us know that greenwald helped the student Is

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that correct Answer isn't the active voice helpful It could

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probably help with that whole pizza situation to make someone 00:01:49.271 --> [endTime] else get it