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Question:

Read the\u00A0supporting details\u00A0then correct the sentence below. Sentence 3: These early parking meters were produced at factories in Oklahoma, City and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Which of the following changes should be made to correct sentence 3?

A Remove the comma after \u201COklahoma\u201D
Explaination

In order to correct sentence 3, you would need to remove the comma after \u201COklahoma.\u201D \u201COklahoma City\u201D is the complete name of a city. It is not a city and a state; therefore, it does not need to be separated by a comma. When there are only two items in a list, you should not use a comma after the first item. The sentence is in the past tense; therefore, \u201Cwere\u201D is the appropriate verb to use. The plural form of \u201Cfactory\u201D is used appropriately to refer to multiple factories in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.