the sentence personifies the light when it states "flood the hall". also, there are no comparisons happening, so it couldn't be the others.
Answer: D) desecrator
The word desecrate is a verb that refers to the action of violating the sacredness of something. The form of the word that is misspelled is 'desecrator.' The correct spelling would be 'desecrater,' meaning a person who desecrates the sanctity of something. The other answer choices are correctly spelled: 'desecrates' is the 3rd person present form; 'Desecrated' can work as the past tense form or the past participle form; and 'Desecration' refers to the process of desecrating.
The sentence that uses correct punctuation is:
Mark called to the umpire, "Hey, that was a strike!"
So that is the second one.
You have to place a comma before the quote, and an exclamation mark before the last quotation mark.
B. Create a question
You can't write a thesis statement without knowing what you are going to write about
Mark the house is. To help for next time read it aloud and think, " Would my teacher say it like this and also look at article agreement.