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Q: Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family. The verbal phrase in this sentence is camping outdoors is one of the joys camping is.
A: Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family. The verbal phrase in this sentence is Camping. The verbal phrase is a gerund. The verbal phrase functions as a noun and the subject of the sentence.
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User: Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family. The verbal phrase in this sentence is camping outdoors is one of the joys camping is.

Weegy: Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family. The verbal phrase in this sentence is Camping. The verbal phrase is a gerund. The verbal phrase functions as a noun and the subject of the sentence.
jher000|Points 7710|

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

Weegy: the appositive phrase is: a nocturnal hunter
koaley|Points 6227|

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

Weegy: whose - relative pronoun / child - noun related to
almostfamous|Points 120|

User: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. Whatever you tell me will remain our secret. subject subject complement direct object object of the preposition

Weegy: I'm sorry but we can't see the italicized word.
spyderman|Points 651|

User: Tell how the bold(words) noun clause is used. WHATEVER YOU TELL ME will remain our secret. subject subject complement direct object object of the preposition

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

Weegy: The answer is "The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material." because appositive phrases have a noun with the same meaning of the other noun next to it.
Boyinbedroom|Points 249|

User: Identify the adjective clause and the word it modifies. The tree whose branches had died had to be cut down.

Weegy: The adjective clause is "whose branches had died"; the word it modifies is tree.
Frankie17851|Points 3065|

User: Analyze the sentence to choose the correct answer for each space. An antecedent is a noun or pronoun to which another pronoun refers. Subordinate clause: a noun or pronounto which another pronoun refersan antecedent is a noun or pronounanother pronoun refers

Weegy: True. A pronoun is a noun substitute.
Expert answered|Ameriay|Points 60|

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