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There he was instructed to go to an alley that ran between two commercial buildings near the downtown area. subordinate clause: an alley that ran between two commercial buildingsto go to an
alleythat ran between two commercial buildings near the downtown areahe was instructed to go to an alley clause type:adjectiveadverb
Subordinate clause: an alley that ran between two commercial buildings. clause type: Adverb.
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User: There he was instructed to go to an alley that ran between two commercial buildings near the downtown area. subordinate clause: an alley that ran between two commercial buildingsto go to an alleythat ran between two commercial buildings near the downtown areahe was instructed to go to an alley clause type:adjectiveadverb

Weegy: Subordinate clause: an alley that ran between two commercial buildings. clause type: Adverb.
clarebelle79|Points 180|

User: A verbal which ends in -ing and is used as a noun is called a(n): appositive gerund infinitive participle

Weegy: A verbal which ends in -ing and is used as a noun is called a GERUND.



User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Wishing will never make your dreams come true. type of verbal ______.

Weegy: Greetings! What is the italicized word here in your question? The question arrived without any italicized formatting.
Charmeuse001|Points 41|

User: Wishing

Weegy: Hello, can I help you with something?what do you want to know about wish..
BRAINSTORM|Points 3130|

User: User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Wishing will never make your dreams come true. type of verbal ______. wishing italicized

Weegy: Greetings! What is the italicized word here in your question? The question arrived without any italicized formatting.
Charmeuse001|Points 41|

User: A noun or pronoun that follows and renames another noun or pronoun is called a(n): appositive gerund infinitive participle

Weegy: Appositive
selymi|Points 10596|

User: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. He saw how eager she was to do her best. type of clause ______.

Weegy: "who played the part of Prospero" is an adjective clause.
gasha|Points 80|

User: A verb form which ends in -ing, -d, -ed, -n, -en, or -t, and is used as an adjective is called a(n): appositive gerund infinitive participle

Weegy: gerund
gabonada10|Points 70|

User: We have studied kinds of verbals. how many three eight four?

Weegy: I was not present for your class I do not know!
Expert answered|drop3v8|Points 61|

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