By Jonathan Olliffe
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Jonathan is an English teacher, offering online conversation classes. He's also the creator of "Free Native Teacher," providing valuable language learning resources.
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The correct answer is "WOULD,'D,´D". This answer is correct because it lists three different ways to write the contraction of the word "would". "WOULD" is the standard capitalization of the word, "'D" is the contraction using an apostrophe, and "´D" is the contraction using an accent mark. These three options cover the various ways in which the contraction can be written, making this answer the correct choice.

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The correct answer is "BECAUSE, AS" because both "because" and "as" are conjunctions that are used to introduce a reason or cause. They connect two clauses and indicate that the second clause is the reason for the first clause.

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Hats AND socks (plural object pronoun)

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AND
Explanation
The correct answer is "AND" because the question is asking for a phrase that is related to "CAPITAL LETTERS" and "AND" is a conjunction that connects two or more words or phrases together. In this case, it connects the two phrases "CAPITAL LETTERS" and "AND" itself.

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The word "SOFA" has four letters, and all of them are capitalized. Therefore, the answer is "SOFA".

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The given answer includes three examples of different forms of possessive contractions. "IS" is a contraction of "is" and "´S" is a contraction of "is" with an accent mark. "'S" is a contraction of "is" with an apostrophe. These contractions are commonly used in informal writing and speech to indicate possession or to form contractions with the verb "is".

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The answer is 14 PARK ROAD ILFORD,14 Park Road Ilford because it matches the given information exactly. The address is written in all capital letters, followed by the same address with the first letter of each word capitalized.

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EUROPE, 1815 - 1875
Europe, 1815 - 1875
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CURTAINS
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The word "CURTAINS" is a correct answer because it meets the criteria given in the question. It has 8 letters and all of them are capitalized.

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MIRROR
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The word "MIRROR" has 6 letters and is written in capital letters. Therefore, it fits the given clue "CAPITAL LETTERS - 6 LETTERS".

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T HUDSON
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The given correct answer is "T HUDSON, T Hudson". The answer consists of two names, "T HUDSON" and "T Hudson". It is likely that the question is asking for the names of a person or entity, and both variations of the name are considered correct. The use of capital letters in the first name suggests that it may be an abbreviation or an acronym, while the second name is written in standard title case.

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£7.99
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The given options represent different ways of expressing the price £7.99. The first option is the correct answer, as it uses the pound sign (£) followed by the decimal number 7.99. The second option is also correct, as it only uses the decimal number 7.99 without any currency symbol. The third and fourth options are incorrect, as they use a comma instead of a decimal point to separate the whole number from the decimal part. The fifth option is also incorrect, as it only represents the whole number 799 without any decimal part.

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### CAPITAL LETTERS - 5 LETTERS

SHELF
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The word "SHELF" meets the given criteria of having 5 letters and all of them being capital letters. Therefore, it is the correct answer.

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TELEVISION
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The word "TELEVISION" has 10 letters and all of them are in capital letters. Therefore, it matches the given clue "CAPITAL LETTERS - 10 LETTERS".

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ON
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The correct answer is "ON, THIS, LAST" because the question asks for the words that are written in capital letters. In the given text, the words "ON," "THIS," and "LAST" are all written in capital letters.

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11 February
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The given correct answer includes various formats of writing the date "11 February" and "11th February" in different styles, including lowercase and uppercase letters. The answer encompasses all possible ways of representing the date, ensuring that any variation of the given date is considered correct.

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