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Daily Grammar: Left-Handed (Grade 7)

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Daily Grammar: Left-Handed

Did you know that nearly 10% of the worlds population is left-handed? Left-handed people are people who favor there left hand when completing activities. Many tools, such as scissor and notebooks are designed for people who are right-handed. As a result, people who are lefthanded can face some discomfort when using these tools. Thankfully some companies also make left-handed scissors and notebooks.
What is the error in sentence 1?
  1. Worlds should be written as world's.
  2. 10% should be written as 10 percent.
  3. Left-handed should be written as left handed.
  4. Correct as is.
Which suggestion correctly fixes the error in sentence 2?
  1. Change there to their.
  2. Change favor to favour.
  3. Change left-handed to lefthanded.
  4. Correct as is.
What is the best way to rewrite sentence 3?
  1. Many tools, such as scissor and notebooks are designed for people who are righthanded.
  2. Many tools, such as scissor and notebook are designed for people who are right-handed.
  3. Many tools, such as scissors and notebooks are designed for people who are right-handed.
  4. Correct as is.
What is the error in sentence 4?
  1. Lefthanded needs a hyphen.
  2. The verb "are" should be "is."
  3. There should not be a comma after "As a result."
  4. Correct as is.
What is the best way to rewrite sentence 5?
  1. Thankfully some company also make left-handed scissors and notebooks.
  2. Thankfully some companies also make lefthanded scissors and notebooks.
  3. Thankfully, some companies also make left-handed scissors and notebooks.
  4. Correct as is.
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