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Shannon A.
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Subject: Writing

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Please add in the correct punctuation for the following sentence: wow Sally exclaimed I cant believe that its midnight already I shouldve have gone to bed earlier

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The grammatically correct sentence should look like this: "Wow!" Sally exclaimed, "I can't believe that it's midnight already. I should've gone to bed earlier." There are a few things to remember when writing this sentence: All character dialogue should have quotation marks at the beginning and end of the character's speech. In this specific example, the word "exclaimed" is used. That is the keyword to signify that an exclamation point is to be used to show the character's surprise or astonishment towards a situation. Always remember to keep an eye out for contractions. Words like "can't," "it's," and "should've" all need to have an apostrophe to signal the joining of two words together.

Subject: Sociology

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Social and Global inequalities can happen to anyone from anywhere around the world. Different aspects and circumstances can be the cause of this issue. Name five of them.

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Some possible answers can include: -Inadequate food and water access -The inability to access education -War and conflict -Changes in climate -Gender discrimination -Disabilities -Inability to access healthcare -Race marginalization -No access to jobs and work, and -Poor public infrastructure

Subject: English

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Please correct the use of homophones in the following sentence: "There all going to they're uncle's house because he lives right over their."

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The correct sentence should read as: "They're all going over to their uncle's house because he lives right over there." The first use of the word "they're" is used as a contraction. When we take away the apostrophe, we create the two words "they are." So, when we read the sentence without the contraction in place, we will still have: "They are all going over to their uncle's house because he lives right over there." This is grammatically correct. The second use of the word "their" is used to describe a group of multiple people. In this case, the word their implies that more than one person is going to the uncle's house. The last use of the word "there" is to describe a place. When we give directions to other people telling them to go "there," we use the t-h-e-r-e-version. A good way to remember this is if you take away the T, you're still left with the word "here." Both of these words can describe a place that a person can go directionally.

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