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    using modifiers

    1. Thomas Jefferson's influence extends far.
    2. His unusually brilliant works were published recently in a small literary magazine.
    3. The door will probably open if you press harder.
    4. Emmy always arrives late.
    5. Uncle Ed usually dresses rather carelessly.
    6. The March Hare darted here and there.
    7. Jon accepted the job quite eagerly.
    8. Sue tool out her frustrations on the lump of clay.
    9. The fish doesn't smell very fresh today.
    10.You should not have taken my remark so seriously.

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    Re: using modifiers

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    1. Thomas Jefferson's influence extends far.
    2. His unusually brilliant works were published recently in a small literary magazine.
    3. The door will probably open if you press harder.
    4. Emmy always arrives late.
    5. Uncle Ed usually dresses rather carelessly.
    6. The March Hare darted here and there.
    7. Jon accepted the job quite eagerly.
    8. Sue tool out her frustrations on the lump of clay.
    9. The fish doesn't smell very fresh today.
    10.You should not have taken my remark so seriously.
    Do you have a question?

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