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July 23, 2018

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1) four
2) No
3) Yes
4) No
5) No

1. Four
2. No
3. No
4. No
5. No

1. 3
2. NO
3. NO
4. NO
5. NO

1- four
2- No
3- Yes
4- No
5- No

1. 4
2. No
3. No
4. No
5. No

1.Three
2.No
3.No
4.No
5.No

1.3 (rules)
2.no (have exceptions)
3.yes
4.no
5.no (with a programmer)

1. four
2. no
3. yes
4. no
5. no

1) four
2) No
3) Yes
4) No
5) Yes

1. four
2. no
3. yes
4. no
5. no

Should "will work 75 per cent of the time" be considered "always"?

4
No
No
No
No

1. four
2. no
3. yes
4. no
5. no

1. four - 4 basic rules
2. no - will work 75 per cent of the time
3. no - an adjective needs a hyphen
4. no - example: washing machine, bathing suit
5. no - she worked alongside a programmer and a statistician.

four
no
no
no
no

I am gonna answer the first question that there are four, but in fact, the post just give us three details like three basic rules.it makes us confused,and not only me because i saw several people answered three .thanks for reading my idea.

Three
No
Yes
No
No

4
No
Probably
No
No

1. 4
2. No
3. No
4. No
5. No

1. 4
2. NO
3. YES
4. NO
5. NO

1. four
2. No
3. Yes
4. No
5. No

1.4 basic rules, regarding when to use a hyphen
2.No - Will work 75 percent of the time
3.No
4.No -If the second part of the word has more than
2 letters, it should be spelled as a single word
5.No - She worked alongside a programmer and a statistician to find the pattern in the English language

1. Four
2. No
3. Yes
4. No
5. No

1)2
2)No
3)Yes
4)No
5)No

4
N
YES
N
N

Three (rules)
NO
YES
NO
NO

1)Four
2)No
3)Yes
4)No
5)No

1 four
2 no
3 yes
4 no
5 no

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. Four
2. No
3. Yes
4. No
5. No

1. four
2. NO
3. yes
4. No
5. No

1.four
2.no
3.yes
4.no
5.no

3. no: probably needs a hyphen=maybe yes maybe no

Four
No
Yes
No
No

4
No
Yes
No
No

1. four
2. no
3. yes
4. no
5. no

Thank you Simon!

1. four
2.No
3.probably
4.not
5.No

four
no
yes
no
no

4
no (because sometimes it can be exceptions)
yes
no
no (is it general research)

Four
No
Yes
No
No

Four
No
No
No
No

Four
No
Yes
No
No

Four -- A study of more than 10,000 compound words has found that four basic rules
No - She has published exceptions to the rules
Yes - compound word is a verb (like to blow-dry), or an adjective (like world-famous), it probably needs a hyphen - where usually in question refers to probably in the passage
No - if the noun has three or more syllables, it is two separate words
No - She worked alongside a programmer and a statistician to find the patterns in the English language

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