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Which of the following is a CORRECT use or omission of a comma

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(9) Which of the following is a CORRECT use or omission of a comma?
1.While attending, graduate school she met many interesting people.
2.Naturally he could not be expected, to turn the project over that quickly.
3.When she was a little girl, she would spend hours daydreaming about living in the Pacific Northwest.
4.Making a living, is difficult when you work 9:00 to 5:00.
(6)Which of the following is a CORRECT use or omission of a comma?
1.Even while they were traveling across the desert, she insisted on nothing less than a five-star hotel.
2.Fishing off the dock the two caught more fish than off the bridge.
3.Focused she was able to finish all her reading for EH1010 without issue.
4.Under the terms, of the agreement the two groups agreed to share the sacred place.
(5)Which of the following is a CORRECT use or omission of a comma?
1.There are plenty of times when I have wanted to learn something new but I am too afraid.
2.She went sailing the other day, and she came back with a horrible sunburn.
3.Shakespeare might be seen as the height of English writing but I just cannot get into his work.4. 5.Flowers are a wonderful pattern for spring and dark colors are best for winter.
(2) Which of the following is a CORRECT use or omission of a comma(s)? 1.The school officials, who had voted for the measure, were asked to appeal by the board. 2
.The collector who had vast and various collections decided to focus her efforts on antique watches. 3.Green being a popular color is all the rage for interior walls.
4.The man who crossed the street in front of the bus caused the accident.