[ Grammar ]
He is … Spanish … Italian.
A. either / and
B. either / neither
C. either / or
Select your answer:
Adjective Phenomenon(s) vs. PhenomenaFuture Perfect Tense Independent ClausesPunctuationsModals "Should"Progressive TenseAdjective or AdverbReported Speech and Reporting Verbs
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The children slept well _____ the noise.
A. despite / in spite of
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Susan and Steve_________________pay attention.
B. has to
C. have to
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