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The first sentence.
Ted and I cannot convince Steve to change, because he must first convince himself.
Answer: B) Both manual and nonmanual jobs require certain skills.
Explanation: I got it right Edge2020
Is this a story or a poem or a act
“i hope you are as excited, about this retreat, as i am!” should be “ i hope you are as excited about this retreat as i am!”
“last year camp was a real experience for me?” should be “last year camp was a real experience for me.”
“the way we shared our love of christ was inspiring!” - “The way we shared our love of christ was insipiring!”
The first sentence needs a capital letter.
In the 5th line, "camp" doesn't need to be capitalized, and a period or exclamation point is needed at the end instead of a question mark.
In the eighth line, "Sixteenth" doesn't need to be capitalized.
On the ninth line, no commas are needed.
On the tenth line, "Inspiration" needs to be capitalized since it's part of the name.
On the last line, no comma is needed.
"Me" doesn't need to be capital