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98? b. 98. c. Bob asked if the price of the CD was $1398¢. 8. a. Oh, all right. Tell me your riddle. b. Oh. all right. Tell me your riddle. c. Oh, all right Tell me your riddle. REGLAS PARA USAR SIGNOS DE INTERROGACIÓN Y EXCLAMACIÓN ■ Use el signo de interrogación después de una palabra o después de un grupo de palabras que hace una pregunta aun si no forma una oración completa. Ejemplos: What did you do last night? Will you put out the trash? Okay? 22 LESSON 2 • LearningExpress Skill Builders –PUNTUACIÓN– ■ May we go to the movies after we’ve finished our homework?

Then we headed off to Omaha. Al añadir una coma y una conjunción (and, but, or, for, not, yet, so) muchas veces uno tiene que cambiar el orden de las palabras. Lynn’s job was transferred, and she moved from Minneapolis. The concert seemed unending, for it lasted almost until midnight. We got some gas, and then we headed off to Omaha. 30 LESSON 3 • LearningExpress Skill Builders –EVADIENDO ORACIONES INCORRECTAS– ■ Convirtiendo una de las cláusulas independientes en una cláusula dependiente. Para hacer esto se necesita añadir una conjunción subordinada que pueda entrar en la oración.

A. a. a. a. b. a. a. N Matt, who loves to play video games, is interested in a computer science career. 12. N My grandfather, who was born in Berlin, speaks with a German accent. 42 13. N James, who is very shy, had a great deal of trouble with his first speech. 14. R Las comas no son necesarias. 15. R Las comas no son necesarias. 16. R Las comas no son necesarias. 17. N Nicotine, which is present in tobacco products, is a powerful poison. 18. N Many Scandinavian names end with son or sen, both of which mean son of.

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