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Name: Thomas CaldwellDate: 07/01/2020Facilitator: Amy SmartSchool: Pell City High School4.09 Commas with Main ClausesDirections: Read the short passage below about the power of smells. Notice that many of the sentences have incorrect punctuation. Rewrite the sentences that are incorrectly punctuated. If a sentence is correct, simply write “correct” by the number.1When asked to name the most important of the five senses; most people would probably say sight. 2Perhaps some—especially musicians or radio disc jockeys—would pick sound but I'm convinced that the sense of smell is at least the equal of those two.3Smells often serve as a sign that something pleasant is about to happen; or the first warning thatdanger is at hand. 4That buttery smell of perfectly popped popcorn makes your mouth water; that harsh, burning smell warns you that you're going to need to pop another bag. 5And think about times when you have walked across a lawn with lush, freshly cut grass.