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English, 07.11.2019 18:31, spycn5069

Which sentence is written using formal language? a) don't rattle her cage...

Which sentence is written using formal language? a) don't rattle her cage; samantha has had a crummy day at work. b) you are out of your mind if you think i am flying in an airplane! c) i cannot believe it will take three hours to complete the transaction. d) hey, could you toss me a pencil and some paper so i can complete this form?
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