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Identify the type of error in the sentence. If the sentence contains no error, select correct. By calling every hour, my mother received Jamie's call. a. definition structure b. explanation
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User: Identify the type of error in the sentence. If the sentence contains no error, select correct. By calling every hour, my mother received Jamie's call. a. definition structure b. explanation structure c. parallel structure d. dangling construction e. correct

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User: Identify the type of error in the sentence. If the sentence contains no error, select correct. To enter college, an admission exam must be passed. a. definition structure b. explanation structure c. parallel structure d. dangling construction e. correct





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By calling every hour, my mother received Jamie's call. The error is dangling construction.
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To enter college, an admission exam must be passed. The error is dangling construction.
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