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    Can anyone help me with Chapter 3: Grammar Extension, Peer Editing, All Aboard The Edit Train (edit using symbols).

    Under the Edit Billboard, I cant find the answer for "After a good hard rain, I run outside to find best puddles." Please help! My son is stuck now. We had tried to click all the symbols but failed to get the answer.
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    I will notify someone who can help you.
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    It will take me a bit to check this lesson out, but I will get back to you today. Thank you for your patience.

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    Okay, I looked at this.

    Did you understand that you need to drag the correct editing mark to its proper location in the sentence? You can't just click on the editing mark, and you can't just drag it anywhere in the sentence. You need to drag it exactly where it belongs.

    There are two errors in the sentence you're stuck on. There should be a comma following the word "good", so you need to drag the editing mark for "insert punctuation" there.

    The sentence is also missing a word between "following" and "best". (The word is probably "the".) So, you need to drag the editing mark for "missing a word" there.

    That should do it for you! Please let me know if you still have problems with this lesson.
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    Thank you. We managed to finish the lesson.

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    I am so glad this was here. We ran into the same issue. A comma after good seriously?! I need to be taking these classes too I guess. Actually I do but that one is hard.

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    Since "good" and "hard" are both describing the rain and are side-by-side, a comma is needed.
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    Jackie

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