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1. Which sentence is punctuated correctly?

a) The cost, and size of the computers are decreasing, almost as rapidly as processing power is increasing.

b) Database management systems were originally large, unwieldy, and difficult to use.

c) A factory closing means the community loses jobs tax revenues and retails sales.

d) An operating system is the set of instructions, that directs the overall operations of the computer.

(My answer is B)

2. What needs to be done to the following sentence?

Have you read the article entitle, "Increase Your Vocabulay?"

a) The sentence is correctly punctuated.

b) Remove the comma after entitled and place the question mark outside the end quotation marks.

c) Remove the comma after entitled.

d) Underline the title of the article.

(My answer is B because titles are to be underlined)

3. What needs to be done to the following sentence?

The case against the Dallas based company was handled in Seattle.

a) The sentence is correctly punctuated.

b) Add a hyphen after Dallas and after based.

c) Add a hyphen after Dallas and a comma after company.

d) Add a hyphen after Dallas.

(My answer is C because Dallas bases needs a hyphen and a comma behind company.)

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1) B is correct.

2) Wrong. Your answer does not match your explanation, and please check your spelling in the sentence. Hint: only book titles are underlined, shorter pieces are not.

3) Wrong. Hint: you are half-right. Again, please be careful of spelling. Proofread before you post.
2. What needs to be done to correct the following sentence?

Have you read the article entitled, "Increase Your Vocabulary?"

a) The sentence is correctly punctuated.

b) Remove the comma after entitled and place the question mark outside the end quotation marks.

c) Remove the comma after entitled.

d) Underline the title of the article.

(My answer has changed to C remove the comma after entitled)

3. What needs to be done to the following sentence?

The case against the Dallas based company was handled in Seattle.

a) The sentence is correctly punctuated.

b) Add a hyphen after Dallas and after based.

c) Add a hyphen after Dallas and a comma after company.

d) Add a hyphen after Dallas.

(My answer is D because Dallas bases needs a hyphen)

I hope my changed reflect in a positive manner.
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2) Still no-- you have to move the question mark outside also.

3) OK!
2. What needs to be done to correct the following sentence?

Have you read the article entitled, "Increase Your Vocabulary?"

a) The sentence is correctly punctuated.

b) Remove the comma after entitled and place the question mark outside the end quotation marks.

c) Remove the comma after entitled.

d) Underline the title of the article.

(My answer has changed to B remove the comma after entitled and place the question mark outside the end quotation marks.)
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What needs to be done to correct the following sentence?

Just what should you do, Cheryl, if the situation were reversed?

a. The sentence is correctly punctuated.
b. Remove the comma before Cheryl.
c. Remove the comma after Cheryl.
d. Replace the comma after Cheryl with a semicolon.

Ichoose b. what do you think?
Haven't I seen this question somewhere before?

The sentence is correctly punctuated as given. There is a term (which I have forgotten) for throwing a direct reference to the listener into a sentence. It is a kind of interjection, and should be set off by commas from the rest of the sentence.
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