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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.
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.
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Weegy: the appositive phrase is: a nocturnal hunter
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Weegy: whose - relative pronoun / child - noun related to
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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.
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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

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