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When I think about grammar, I remember Mrs. Johnson. Hers was an afternoon class on the west side of the school, so on spring days the sun would beat in through the open windows, lending a lazy, sleepy atmosphere to the classroom. In the distance, you could hear shouts and the crack of a bat hitting a ball. And across the aisle sat Terri Grazzi, arguably the cutest girl in the 8th grade.
It's amazing I learned anything at all.
If you were paying attention in your grammar class, you should have no problem spotting the grammar and usage problems in the following sentences.
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