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Good Decisions

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This question presents a sentence. The underlined parts of the sentence might display errors in grammar, correctness, and style. Choice 'A' repeats the underlined part as-is -- meaning that it is the best and most correct expression. The other four choices present other options. When evaluating your choices, choose the one that is most effective, grammatically correct, and precise and follow the conventions of standard written English.

When asked about getting in trouble with his mom, Adam replied, “She gave a major lecture to Lacey and I about making good decisions.”

A

to Lacey and I

B

to I and Lacey

C

to Lacey and me

D

to me and Lacey

E

to both Lacey and I