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Which sentence is correct ?

12 answers · 16 hours ago
1 or 2 and why is it correct. 1.The fox ate berries, apples, and pears. 2.The fox ate berries, apples and pears.

Is turning 40 a death sentence?

21 answers · 20 hours ago


Best answer: it means - he is ok with everything that woman is doing. or living life stlye but this does not answer you question for sure. so there are two sides of this coin what you asked.

Identity theft not only can be helpful to the thieves, it can also be harmful to you.

Best answer: Pie has a crust and a filling. Usually a baked pastry crust but not always. Poured pudding pies often have a crust made of crushed graham crackers. Cake is made from a batter and can have a filling in the center or between layers. Pie is sometimes a misnomer. The Boston cream pie is actually a cake. The name... show more


Dogs would be best categorized as mammals. OR Dogs would best categorize as mammals.

Past tense of shot?

7 answers · 23 hours ago
Shot as in the shots doctors give to people. Is there a singular word past tense to it?

As long as guy isn't giving away resources to the pieceofass at work (she hot AF, btw, and gives it out for free), nobody is really being cheated out of anything, right? If the wife wanted exclusive access to her guy, then she should actively put out, instead of being prudish. I just don't see where the... show more

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Arkansas? What did Arkansee?

10 answers · 3 days ago
Best answer: What did Tennessee? She saw what Arkansas. (From an old song lyric.) Okay, so what did Delaware?


Is it grammatically correct?

5 answers · 45 mins ago
She said that he always played football.


Best answer: One refers to a geographical land mass, the other refers to a persons inability to control their bodily waste functions. I'll leave it to you to figure out which is which..


Best answer: vague or loosely defined thus subject to inconsistent and wide interpretation

What does so so much mean?

6 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: Very much. That is the meaning. It's based on the expression "so much", taken to an extreme

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