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Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. Wishing to be heard, the speaker used a microphone.
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User: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. Wishing to be heard, the speaker used a microphone.





Weegy: I'm sorry but there are no questions following the sentence.
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 20|

User: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. Wishing to be heard, the speaker used a microphone. Are the italicized words a phrase or a clause? What word do they modify?

Weegy: I'm sorry but we cannot see what words are Italicized.
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 20|

User: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. *Wishing to be heard,* the speaker used a microphone. Are the italicized words a phrase or a clause? What word do they modify?

Weegy: I'm guessing "Wishing to be heard" is the italicized words, then it's a clause.
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 20|

User: Identify the adverb clause and the word or words it modifies. The artwork was displayed after the artist had unveiled it.

Weegy: "after the artist had unveiled it" is the adverb clause. The word it modifies is "displayed".
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 30|

User: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. The judge, believing the boy to be innocent, acquitted him.

Weegy: I'm sorry but there are no questions following it.
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User: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. The judge, believing the boy to be innocent, acquitted him. What kind of phrase is italicized? What does it modify?

Weegy: I'm sorry but we cannot see italicized words.
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 30|

User: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. The judge, *believing the boy to be innocent*, acquitted him. What kind of phrase is italicized? What does it modify?

Weegy: It's a verb phrase. It modifies the judge.
Expert answered|Pinkygrl1183|Points 30|

User: Analyze the sentence to complete each statement below. Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family. The verbal phrase in this sentence is The verbal phrase is a(n) The verbal phrase functions as a(n)

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