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2) The referee angrily blew the whistle and held up a red card, waving it at the bench. The coach slammed his belongings into his bag and stormed off of the field. The players looked at each other uncertainly, but began playing after the referee again blew the whistle. A) The coach had to leave on an emergency. B) The coach was thrown off the field by the referee. C) The coach was disgusted with his team and left. D) The team was playing on the wrong field.
3) The lawyer deleted all of his computer files. Next, he emptied his desk drawers into boxes. He arranged to have the contents of his file cabinet moved to the office next door or placed in the storage room. 4) They wiped the tears from their eyes as they gazed into the basket. Nancy
tenderly folded a soft, yellow blanket next to the sleeping bundle. She placed an old-fashioned alarm clock in one corner, and its soft ticking sound could be heard in the quiet. Everyone tiptoed out of the room closing the door behind them. Suddenly, a small boy raced back in and lovingly stroked the ears one more time.
5) Wisps of smoke curled into the air as the hot dogs sizzled in the flames. Excited laughter could be heard mixed with groans as first one, then another hot dog fell into the fire.
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Godfrey NROC Notes Click on “Resources” in the top right-hand corner of the NROC page. Under “Foundations in the Unit” click on “Outlining an Essay.” Answer the questions below: Create a formal outline that you could use to write an essay about: Two negative effects of alcohol. Write your outline in the space below. Unit 4 Grammar: Click on “Resources” in the top right-hand corner of the NROC page. Under “Foundations in the Unit” click on, read, and study the information under: (1) Commas with Introductory Phrases; (2) Commas with Transitions; (3) Faulty Parallel Structure; and (4) Adjectives and Adverbs. Under “Grammar Videos” view the “Worked Example 1” video (1:42). Take notes; provide at least 2 things you learned from the video. Click “Continue” when finished watching the video.

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