A. inclined to doubt; slow to accept something as true
B. to have ambitious hopes or plans, strive toward a higher goal, desire earnestly
C. bare, dreary, dismal
D. untidy in dress, personal habits, etc.; careless, sloppy
h omophonesDespite, In Spite Of, Although, Even Though, HoweverSit vs. SetPassive SentencesCommasGrammar : Must (Necessity)Wh- Questions Present Simple TensePresent Continous TensePast, Present, Future
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What type of sentence consists of two independent clauses?
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Which of the following has correct capitalization?
A. I studied the Bill of Rights in social studies.
B. I studied the Bill Of Rights in social studies.
C. I studied the bill of rights in Social Studies.
D. I studied the bill of rights in social studies.
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