Sentence 9

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O'Neil quietly closed the front door and tiptoed through the living room. Hoping not to wake his sleeping mother, who would begin a loud and long lecture on missing curfew.
  1. O'Neil quietly closed the front door and tiptoed through the living room hoping not to wake his sleeping mother, who would begin a loud and long lecture on missing curfew.
  2. O'Neil quietly closed the front door and tiptoed through the living room, hoping not to wake his sleeping mother, who would begin a loud and long lecture on missing curfew.
  3. O'Neil quietly closed the front door and tiptoed through the living room; hoping not to wake his sleeping mother, who would begin a loud and long lecture on missing curfew.
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