I’d be better off stopping my legal job and doing jobs for cash. The ___ is the only way to make money these days.
b. back to the drawing board.
d. black economy
e. bottom line
Afraid vs. ScaredReflexive Pronoun Pronoun CasesPresent Perfect or Past Simple TensePresent Simple for Future ArrangementDo not or Does notShould and Shouldn'tVerbs - third personGrammar: Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences
Other quiz: Grammar
Correct this run-on.
Sometimes I try hard sometimes I take the easy way out.
A. Sometimes I try hard, sometimes I take the easy way out.
B. Sometimes I try hard. Sometimes I take the easy way out.
C. It is not a run-on.
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