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comment Distinguish “naming” and “telling” part of simple sentence with compound predicate
Thanks @Dusty. I've edited the question to reflect what type of sentence it really is. When my son and I go over tests, I explain to him why he missed it. I could not do that in this case and it really bugged me. Thanks for the explanation and answer.
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comment Why prefix a request with “I'm going to have to ask you…”
@kiamlaluno edited
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