GED Reasoning through Language Arts 2.6 Language Conventions and Usage

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 2.6 Language Conventions and Usage. Which choice best completes the sentence?

GEDGED Language Conventions and Usage
Language Conventions and UsageEliminate words or phrases that are informal or not standard
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage

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is teaching island out of gratitude and this thing we're

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teaching a warm jacob fairly felling Okay Now click 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 is quality totally awesome

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All right well word choice isn't always a matter of

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being right and wrong Sometimes it's about being appropriate to

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context standard formal language and writing exist somewhere between surface

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ling dude and monocle wearing snobbery Boy answer be totally

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awesome is far too informal Although pretty cool Unless the

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student was recommending professor greenwald for a punk rock band

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this one wouldn't work You answer a quality stuff is

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a little less inappropriate but still a bit too informal

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It kind of sounds like something to bro's would tell

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each other after a workout Hey man Yeah totally quality

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stuff All right But the pendulum can also swing too

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Far in the other direction answer D takes the formality

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too far into the realm of over elevated speech After

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all professor greenwald isn't getting a knighthood here We need

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to scale the fanfare back of it Sorry answer C

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of the highest quality contains language with a formality appropriate

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for standard written english It's The correct choice now if

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we could only get everyone to communicate appropriately school bus

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believes would have a hard time if they had to

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properly conjugating pay attention the syntax before they pounded on 00:01:41.569 --> [endTime] your head