Please check my answer! Read the passage. Most importantly, this is your life, not someone else’s, and it’s your responsibility to live it. Some goals you might not achieve, and some dreams might always remain dreams. But when you look back on your life, wouldn’t you rather have succeeded or failed because of the choices you made, not because of some rude thing someone said? Or would you rather spend the rest of your life wondering what might have happened if you had soldiered on? Living is about the choices we make every moment; it’s our job to make choices that make those moments count. Which best identifies a clue that the overall organizational structure is order of importance? the fact that it contains two rhetorical questions the fact that the author urges the reader to not listen to other people the fact that the author recognizes that some dreams will never become reality the fact that the passage begins with the transitional phrase “most importantly” I think that it is the third option
One nice weekend. – Fragment. No predicate.
That is all I need to have my yard sale this spring. – Complete.
Our weather is usually so rainy in the spring – Complete.
Rain, rain, and more rain. – Fragment, no predicate again.
I have been sorting and sorting my belongings. – Complete.
Getting ready for my move to New York City. – Fragment, no subject.
I know I won’t have room to store anything. – Complete.
In a tiny city apartment. – Fragment, no predicate.
If I can’t have my sale, I will donate everything to charity. – Complete.
I could really use the cash, though. – Complete.
It is really expensive to live in New York City. – Complete.
Looks like 4.