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What is the complete predicate of the sentence below? Looking up from his computer monitor, Jason mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone. A. picked up the phone B. mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone. C. mopped his brow D. Looking up from his computer monitor, mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone.
Weegy: A. mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone. User: Choose the connective that belongs in the blank in the following sentence. I like to play baseball. _______, I can't throw a ball very well. A. Besides B. For instance C. In fact D. However User: Choose the connective that belongs in the blank in the following sentence. Everyone appeared to be having a good time. _______, my impressions may have been wrong. A. Of course B. Furthermore C. In other words D. In fact User: Which of the following is a complex sentence? A. As Jake was reading the letter from June yet again, the flight attendant coughed gently to get his attention. B. Check out the editorial page in today's paper and you'll notice the piece by Oscar Lewis. C. I simply cannot make heads or tails of rap lyrics, but I suppose I'm just too old to understand them. D. I would like to visit the Kinshasa, but I understand the city is unsafe for foreigners. Weegy: The complex sentence is: A. As Jake was reading the letter from June yet again, the flight attendant coughed gently to get his attention. A complex sentence has an independent clause as well as one or more dependent clauses. [ The dependent clause in this sentence is 'as Jake was reading the letter from June yet again'. ] User: Which of the following is correct in regard to the use of formal English? A. Contractions are considered acceptable in any document. B. In formal English, we use words to say precisely what we mean. C. In formal business correspondence, it's best keep the language impersonal. D. Formal English is used more frequently in speaking than in writing. Weegy: In formal business correspondence, it's best keep the language impersonal.- is correct in regard to the use of formal english. User: Which one of the following sentences contains an unnecessary word? A. Why don't you leave before the crowd arrives? B. Rich was angry, but he concealed his feelings. C. She left early, though he told her not to. D. ... (More)
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Which sentence contains a prepositional phrase? A. They sang it, and sang it again. B. They tried, although they didn't expect to win. C. Running all the way, he got there early. D. With the proper help, they'll complete the project early
Weegy: D. With the proper help, they'll complete the project early This sentence contains a prepositional phrase. User: Which of the following sentences has a dangling modifier? A. On the way to the bank, the interest rates went down. B. By the light of the moon, I tripped over a rock. C. The dog that is man's best friend is cat's worst enemy. D. When the storm began to abate, we went home. (More)
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The Dewey decimal system is the classification system used by A. the Internet. B. scientific articles in magazines. C. most public libraries in the United States. D. most research and university libraries
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Weegy: Chronic diseases are responsible for a large portion of the disease burden in Australia, and many are highly preventable by reducing known risk factors. [ This report shows that: ~Most people have at least one risk factor and more than 90% do not consume enough vegetables. ~Social disadvantage is associated with risky health behaviours. ~Nearly 60%of Australians do not undertake sufficient levels of physical activity, and many of us (almost 80%) usually spend 3 or more hours sitting during our leisure time. ] (More)
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Once you acquire these two basic skills, you'll be able to transform a vague idea in your mind into a coherent piece of writing. A. Doing research and organizing your ideas B. Describing people and writing conversation C. Using the Internet and the on-line catalog D. Doing interviews and browsing through books
Weegy: D. Doing research and organizing your ideas User: To write an effective ending to your essay, you should A. end on a note that's likely to stick in the reader's mind. B. relate a humorous anecdote. C. ask the reader to take some kind of action. D. write out a formal summary of your overall message Weegy: D. end on a note that's likely to stick in the reader's mind. User: What is the most reliable way to get the opinions of experts on any writing topic? A. Do research at a library. B. Contact them on the Internet. C. Write to them and hope for an answer. D. Call them to set up interviews Weegy: .The answer is D. write out a formal summary of your overall message. To create an effective conclusion, it should sound like you just slammed the door. You should summarize what you have stated in the body of your essay. [ You will need to bring the body paragraphs as a whole in the conclusion of your essay writing. ] (More)
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