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1. Everyone obviously knows Disney. Disney is the biggest name in children's home entertainment.

Obviously everyone knows that Disney is the biggest name in children's home entertainment.

Obviously, everyone knows that Disney is the biggest name in children's home entertainment.

 

 

2. You may not know that the second-biggest name is Olsen. Olsen is a familiar name to many girls between the ages of eight and twelve.

You may not know that the second-biggest name is Olsen, which is a familiar name to many girls between the ages of eight and twelve.

You may not know that the second-biggest name is Olsen which is a familiar name to many girls between the ages of eight and twelve.

 

3. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen dominate the live-action children's video market. This market is incredibly profitable.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen dominate the live-action children's video market, which is incredibly profitable.

Incredibly profitable, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen dominate the live-action children's video market.

 

4. The Olsen twins entered show business when they were only four months old. They

starred for eight seasons in the hit TV sitcom Full House.

Starring for eight seasons in the hit TV sitcom Full House, the Olsen twins entered show

business when they were only four months old.

Entering show business when they were only four months old, the Olsen twins starred

for eight seasons in the hit TV sitcom Full House.

 

5. They both played the part of Michelle. She is the youngest daughter in the Tanner family.

They both played the part of Michelle, the youngest daughter in the Tanner family.

The youngest daughter in the Tanner family, they both played the part of Michelle.

 

6. Mary-Kate and Ashley were millionaires at age ten. They have already made three TV

movies, a feature film, two home video series, a music video, and two CDs.

Mary-Kate and Ashley, millionaires at age ten, have already made three TV movies, a feature film, two home video series, a music video, and two CDs.

Mary-Kate and Ashley millionaires at age ten have made three TV movies, a feature film, two home video series, a music video, and two CDs.

 

7. The movie It Takes Two earned a modest $19.5 million at the box office but a whopping

$75 million in home video sales. It costars Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg.

Earning a modest $19.5 million at the box office but a whopping $75 million in home

video sales, Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg costar in the movie It Takes Two.

Costarring Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg, the movie It Takes Two earned a modest

$19.5 million at the box office but a whopping $75 million in home video sales.

 

8. Altogether, the fourteen titles in their two video series have sold more than six million copies. The two series are called The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley and You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's.

Called The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley and You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's, altogether, the fourteen titles in their two video series have sold more than six million copies.

Altogether, the fourteen titles in their two-video series, The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley and You're Invited to Mary-Kate and Ashley's, have sold more than six million copies.

 

9. In the adventure series, the twins play cute detectives. They promise to "solve any crime by dinnertime."

In the adventure series, the twins play cute detectives who promise to "solve any crime by dinnertime."

In the adventure series, the twins play cute detectives, who promise to "solve any crime by dinnertime."

 

10. These videos are aimed at preteen girls. The videos face virtually no competition in the

home entertainment market.

Aimed at preteen girls, these videos face virtually no competition in the home entertainment market.

These videos are aimed at preteen girls who face virtually no competition in the home market.

 

 

In each of the following items, two short sentences are given. Choose the sentence that

correctly joins the original sentences in a way that makes sense.

For help with this exercise, see tips about joining sentences to create sentence variety.

 

11. Obesity is an increasing problem in the United States. It affects one out of eight American schoolchildren.

Obesity is an increasing problem in the United States, affected one out of eight American schoolchildren.

Obesity, is an increasing problem in the United States, affects one out of eight American school children.

Obesity, an increasing problem in the United States, affects one out of eight American school children.

 

12. Researchers see many reasons for widespread obesity. They blame factors such as fast food, parents, schools, and advertisements.

Researchers see many reasons for widespread obesity, blaming factors such as fast food, parents, schools, and advertisements.

Researchers see many reasons for widespread obesity, blamed factors such as fast food, parents, schools, and advertisements.

Researchers, many reasons for widespread obesity, blame factors such as fast food, parents, schools, and advertisements.

 

 

13. Fast-food restaurants are a major source of fat in the American diet. They offer larger portions now than in previous decades.

Fast-food restaurants, a major source of fat in the American diet, offer larger portions now than in previous decades.

Fast-food restaurants a major source of fat in the American diet offer larger portions now than in previous decades.

Fast-food restaurants are a major source of fat in the American diet, which offer larger portions now than in previous decades.

 

14. French fries at McDonald's are one example. They now appear in a "super size" that is

three times as large as the portion sold in 1955.

French fries at McDonald's one example, now appear in a "super size" that is three times as large as the portion sold in 1955.

French fries at McDonald's are one example that they now appear in a "super size" that is three times as large as the portion sold in 1955.

French fries at McDonald's are one example, now appearing in a "super size" that is three times as large as the portion sold in 1955.

 

15. Children also pick up bad eating habits at home. They are often surrounded with junk food and soft drinks instead of healthy snacks.

Children also pick up bad eating habits at home, often surrounding with junk food and soft drinks instead of healthy snacks.

Surrounded with junk food and soft drinks instead of healthy snacks, children also pick up bad eating habits at home.

Children also pick up bad eating habits at home who are often surrounded with junk food and soft drinks instead of healthy snacks.

 

16. Many parents mean well. They teach their children to prize candy and desserts by using them as rewards or special treats.

Many parents, well, they teach their children to prize candy and desserts by using them as rewards or special treats.

Many parents, which mean well, teach their children to prize candy and desserts by using them as rewards or special treats.

Many parents who mean well teach their children to prize candy and desserts by using them as rewards or special treats.

 

17. Schools are not teaching good nutrition either. They often allow snack and soft drink companies to advertise or sell products inside the school.

Schools are not teaching good nutrition either, often allowed snack and soft drink companies to advertise or sell products inside the school.

Schools are not teaching good nutrition either, often allowing snack and soft drink companies to advertise or sell products inside the school.

Schools are not teaching good nutrition either, which they often allow snack and soft drink companies to advertise or sell products inside the school.

 

18. Schoolchildren are bombarded with food advertising at home and at school. They often give in to advertisements even if they do not want or need the food.

Bombarding with food advertising at home and at school, schoolchildren often give in to advertisements even if they do not want or need the food.

Bombarded with food advertising at home and at school, schoolchildren often give in to advertisements even if they do not want or need the food.

Schoolchildren who they are bombarded with food advertising at home and at school often give in to advertisements even if they do not want or need the food.

 

19. Physical activity is an important way to fight obesity. It is no longer a significant part of

everyday life for many children.

Physical activity, which is an important way to fight obesity, is no longer a significant part of everyday life for many children.

Physical activity an important way to fight obesity is no longer a significant part of

everyday life for many children.

Physical activity, which is an important way to fight obesity that is no longer a

significant part of everyday life for many children.

 

20. Obesity is a major cause of premature death in this country. It will become a larger problem if today's overweight children become overweight adults.

Obesity is a major cause of premature death in this country, becoming a larger problem if today's overweight children become overweight adults.

Obesity, a major cause of premature death in this country, will become a larger problem if today's overweight children become overweight adults.

 

Obesity, a major cause of premature death in this country will become a larger problem if today's overweight children become overweight adults. 

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