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Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates in this sentence. "The unlikely story that he told proved to be true."
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User: Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates in this sentence. "The unlikely story that he told proved to be true."

Weegy: C. agreement
phobicism|Points 1323|

User: Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates in this sentence. "The unlikely story that he told proved to be true."

Weegy: reletive pronoun = that, pronoun = he
Expert answered|phobicism|Points 1323|

User: Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates in this sentence. "The child whose shoes were untied will probably trip over his shoelaces and fall down."

Weegy: reletive pronoun = whose, pronoun = his
Expert answered|phobicism|Points 1323|

User: what is the verbal phrase in this sentence? "Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family."

Weegy: joys of summer for the family.
Expert answered|phobicism|Points 1328|

User: Identify the appositive phrase in this sentence. "The kit fox, a nocturnal hunter, is rarely seen by day."

Weegy: a nocturnal hunter
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User: Identify the appositive phrase.The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material.

Weegy: the giant water reed
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