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Which one of the following words has more than four syllables? A. Accidental B. Considerable C. Pretentiously D. Embarrassment
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User: Which one of the following words has more than four syllables? A. Accidental B. Considerable C. Pretentiously D. Embarrassment

User: Which one of the following words has more than four syllables?

User: In which one of the following sentences is the simple subject also the complete subject?

User: In which one of the following sentences is the simple subject also the complete subject? A. Crocodiles, quiet as logs, lurked on the riverbank. B. Cory drove to Middleton in his search for Eloise. C. Detectives Homer Fry and Janine Small looked high and low for clues. D. Large and small dinosaurs stalked the grassy plains.

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B. Considerable is a word that has more than four syllables.
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