In both of these examples, which one has correct punctuation?

I think it's C. What about you?

a. In order to arrange a test drive, he needed to call up the dealership.

b. In order to arrange a test-drive, he needed to call-up the dealership.

c. In order to arrange a test-drive, he needed to call up the dealership.

d. In order to arrange a test drive—he needed to call up the dealership.

Here, I think it's D. What about you?

a. When he calculated how many games were won this year—three, he thought he should start practicing more.

b. When he calculated how many games were won this year-three-he thought he should start practicing more.

c. When he calculated how many games were won this year, three, he thought he should start practicing more.

d. When he calculated how many games were won this year—three—he thought the team should start practicing more.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago
    Favorite Answer

    WRONG FORUM. Epic Fail. Move it to the Education & Reference category. 

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Replace call-up with phone. It reads better and restructure the second sentence thus:

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    In order to arrange a test-drive, he needed to phone the dealership.

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    He calculated the number of games won this year and realised his team was failing with three.

  • Pearl
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    they all sound good to me

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