I deleted your original questions and answers. Here are my responses.

Comm/215 - Ms. Sue, Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 4:45pm
I've checked the first 10 and they are all right. Is # 11 a comma splice?

If I have time, I'll come back and check more of your answers.
Comm/215 - Ms. Sue, Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 5:29pm
I checked 14 - 30. All are right except for 28.

I'll check the rest later.
Comm/215 - Ms. Sue, Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 5:45pm
46. Although people know they are going to have to retire, they often don't save enough money to do so comfortably.

49. needs a comma.

The others are correct.

I'll delete this thread after you've had a chance to read it. We try to prevent other students from copying answers.

Which Vanessa?

Based on the information provided, it seems that the user has posted a series of answers to questions and is seeking confirmation or assistance from Ms. Sue, who is likely a teacher or tutor. Ms. Sue has responded by checking the user's answers and providing feedback. The user has also mentioned that they will delete the thread after reading it, to prevent others from copying the answers.

To get answers to questions, it is common to seek help from teachers, tutors, or online platforms like this one. Providing your answers and requesting feedback is a good way to verify if you got the correct answers or need further clarification. Deleting the thread afterward is a responsible practice to prevent plagiarism or cheating.