GED Reasoning through Language Arts 3.2 Language Conventions and Usage

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 3.2 Language Conventions and Usage. Which option correctly completes the sentence?

English I EOC AssessmentQuotation Marks
GEDGED Language Conventions and Usage
Language Conventions and UsageCorrect errors with frequently confused words
Literary VocabularyDetermine meaning of words and phrases: Informational Text
Determine meaning of words and phrases: Informational text
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage
VocabularyDetermine meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words

Transcript

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as many manicuring still being donated Wait Okay now click

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on the drop down Many win choose the option that

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correctly completes the sentence The options are alleged boat it

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was eligible You listen well sometimes it's good to give

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our vocabulary is a little workout These words all sound

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similar but definitely don't mean the same thing the alleged

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ble means unreadable Being unable to read the label on

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a donation could be a bit problematic Who knows what

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you're getting and illicit means illegal or unlawful Unless these

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donations were being sent by the mob Well it's pretty

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hard to imagine them as they listen I certainly wouldn't

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be donations we want answer d isn't even an adjective

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we elicit is a verb It means to evokes so

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that's Definitely not right Eligible means appropriate and matching the

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required conditions like the eligible bachelor You know this is

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what we want for donations so answer C is correct

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Next up let's Try to stop confusing dessert and desert

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way Still resent that trip to check out the world's

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best desert Um