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Original sentence: Gertie stared at Junior until his voice dried up like a raisin. Look at the following sentences and find what has changed. What is the effect of the change: 1. Gertie stared at Junior, until his voice dried up like a raisin. 2. Gertie stared at junior until his voice dried up like a raisin. 3. Gertie stared at Junior until his voice dried up as it were a raisin.

Amy Zimmerman

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Patterns of Power 20.5 - Plenty of Raisins for No Comma: When the AAAWWUBBIS Isn’t First (Invitation to Edit)

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3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts
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