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4 February, 14:38

Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A) If you would like to see the Statue of Liberty I would be happy to take you there.

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  1. 4 February, 16:07
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    Well I assume A because its the only one you put.
  2. 4 February, 16:16
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    The answer choices are the following:

    A) If you would like to see the Statue of Liberty I would be happy to take you there.

    B) If you would like to see the Statue of Liberty; I would be happy to take you there.

    C) If you would like, to see the Statue of Liberty, I would be happy to take you there.

    D) If you would like to see the Statue of Liberty, I would be happy to take you there.

    Answer:

    D) If you would like to see the Statue of Liberty, I would be happy to take you there.

    Explanation:

    This sentence is formed by two clauses: a subordinate adverb clause (If you would like to see the Statue of Liberty) and an independent clause (I would be happy to take you there). When a subordinate clause comes before the main clause, the subordinate clause should be followed by a comma to separate the subordinate clause information with the independent clause's information, just like it is in option D.
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