English Time Trials
Parallel structure. “Agree”, “meet”, and “resolve” are all present tense.
“Citizens” is the most specific word that defines who the sentence is speaking of. “Them” is a vague pronoun; we don’t know who it refers to.
Comma hug is the appropriate choice for nonessential information.
The phrase specifies what schools are being talked about. Without it, it can mean any school.
Introductory phrase. The first part of the sentence is not complete, so it needs a comma before the independent clause.
The answer adds a definition for a word most readers are not familiar with.
Note the NOT in the question. This answer creates a comma splice: two complete sentences separated by a comma.
No colon is needed since none of the colons follow a complete sentence.
The defender is singular and protecting himself. “Themself” is not a word.
DELETE is correct more than 50% of the time. ‘Hits’ and ‘touches’ are essentially the same.
“Dart” suggests speed. None of the other options convey speed.
An introductory phrase must immediately be followed by the subject it refers to, in this case, the ‘epee’.
Combination of an introductory phrase and a dash hug (not needed to have a full sentence).
DELETE is correct more than 50% of the time. The other options are redundant.
The focus is on general information and weapons, not the people in fencing.