to allow yourself the pleasure of having or doing something
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What is the complete subject?
Ben played chess with Alex.
A. Ben played
B. chess with Alex
D. played chess with Alex
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Choose the sentence that is using proper punctuation.
A. Please adopt and don’t shop; a lot of good shelter pets.
B. Please adopt and don’t shop; there are a lot of good shelter pets available.
C. Please adopt and don’t shop: there are a lot of good shelter pets available.
D. Please adopt and don’t shop there are a lot of good shelter pets available.
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