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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Capitalization and Punctuation
Level: Continuing Education
Score: 2
Tags: punctuation
Author: lovetoread247
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Continuing Education Capitalization and Punctuation

Choose the correctly punctuated sentence.
  1. Camaron wants the dog's bowl to sit in the corner; however, the dog prefers it to be near the door.
  2. Camaron wants the dogs' dish to sit in the corner, however the dog prefers it to be near the door.
  3. Camaron wants the dog's dish sit in the corner; however the dog prefers it to be near the door.
  4. Camaron wants the dogs' dish to sit in the corner, however, the dog prefers it to be near the door.
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