Compound-Sentence Commas

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Directions: Select the sentence in which the compound-sentence comma rule is correctly applied (you may have to scroll to see all of the items), click the corresponding letter, and then press Check answer:

Item 1 of 10

  1. Both individuals have recently reaffirmed the observation of the two white lights moving slowly across the sky, and there is little reason to question its validity. The case remains unexplained.

  2. Both individuals have recently reaffirmed the observation of the two white lights moving slowly across the sky and there is little reason to question its validity. The case remains unexplained.

  3. Both individuals have recently reaffirmed the observation of the two white lights moving slowly across the sky and, there is little reason to question its validity. The case remains unexplained.

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