GED Reasoning through Language Arts 3.4 Language Conventions and Usage

GED Reasoning through Language Arts 3.4 Language Conventions and Usage. Which choice best completes the sentence?

English I EOC AssessmentQuotation Marks
GEDGED Language Conventions and Usage
Language Conventions and UsageCorrect errors with subject-verb agreement in straightforward sentences
Reasoning Through Language ArtsLanguage Conventions and Usage

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Terrible Write that story Okay well now click to drop

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down many when choose the option that correctly completes the

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sentence And the options are well like this Typhoon strike

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drunkard Okay while creating agreement between subjects and verbs can

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be tricky and adding a proposition can make matters even

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more difficult in this sentence the phrase like this typhoon

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serves as a proposition a ll phrased that points out

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a similarity between this and other natural disasters This means

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that the subject of the sentences actually natural disasters meaning

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we've got more than just the typhoon to worry about

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So the verb of the sentence should congregate to the

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plural disasters not the singular typhoon So this makes being

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correct and the verb shouldn't be in the past tense

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We're talking about natural disasters happening now not in the

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past so get rid of c and answer d striking

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lacks a verb tense altogether It's just wrong like a

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leopard print man bikinis is wrong Answer a correctly matches

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the plural verb strike for the plural subject Natural disasters

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it's The correct answer See aren't you glad we took

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the timeto talk about tenses now you might want to

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take some time to address the laundry situation before that 00:01:44.938 --> [endTime] gets a little too tense as well