Test yourself—To Be or Not to Be: Maintaining Sentence Unity

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Test yourself—To Be or Not to Be: Maintaining Sentence Unity

  1. Many Ottawa-area cyclists agree that the best place for a bike ride is going to the Gatineau Hills.

  2. Physics is one subject where you can end up facing profound questions about the nature of existence.

  3. The reason Farouk has difficulty finding decent shoes is that his feet are not the same size.

  4. One thing that prevents me from living abroad is when I think of missing my family, my friends and my dog.

  5. You may be skeptical, but I know that the reason Missy won the Centreville Idol competition is because she is the daughter of one of the judges.

  6. A characteristic that I admire is a person who is generous.