How can you tell the difference between a compound sentence and a complex sentence?
A. A compound sentence isn't made of stand-alone clauses.
B. A compound sentence can be separated into two parts that can each stand alone.
C. Complex sentences contain coordinating conjunctions that separate the clauses.
D. Clauses in a complex sentence are always independent.Weegy:
C. A compound sentence can be separated into two parts that can each stand alone.Auto answered|Score 1|encoo11|Points 100|User:
What is the conjunction in the following sentence?
I will take my sister to the concert, provided that she can buy a ticket.
A. that she
B. provided that
C. concert, provided
D. to theWeegy:
What is the conjunction in the following sentence? I will take my sister to the concert, provided that she can buy a ticket.
D. to theAuto answered|Score 1|Matanglawin|Points 82|User:
Why do writers often strive to write using more active-voice verbs and fewer passive-voice verbs?
A. The active voice often puts the actor in a phrase after the verb.
B. The passive voice never omits the actor.
C. The active voice usually makes the writing more clear and concise.
D. The passive voice is usually more emphaticWeegy:
The answer is B. the active voice verb usually makes the writing more clear and consiceAuto answered|Score .8785|NikMik|Points 590|User:
Which of the following is an example of a third-person pronoun?
An example of third person pronoun is Them.
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Which of the following is not a primary sentence pattern for asking questions in English?
A. Adverb, verb, subject
B. Helping verb, subject, main verb
C. Adjective/pronoun, subject, interrogative verb
D. Subject, action verb, direct object, helping verb
verb that shows an action performed by the subject of ... a noun or pronoun: Adverb: modifies a verb, an adjective, ... [ break in a sentence: Direct object: http://quizlet.com/12808985/language-arts-writing-flash-cards/
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In the following sentence, which words are nouns?
During their vacation, Sarah and Matthew read the same book.
A. their and book
B. vacation and book
C. Sarah, Matthew, the, and book
D. vacation, Sarah, Matthew, and book
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