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Q: an introductory word, phrase, or clause which is missing the word(s) it is supposed to modify split infinitive 2. a noun or pronoun's function within a sentence dangling modifier 3. to quickly
run coordinating conjunction 4. a clause with either an implied subject or verb indefinite pronoun 5. singular and plural forms elliptical clause 6. a word that joins words or phrases of the same grammatical type case 7. pronoun with no specific antecedent gender 8. a pair of words likeeither/or number 9. masculine and feminine forms correlative conjunction Question #2TrueFalse Score: Parallel structure may be corrected by splitting infinitives. TrueFalse Question #3TrueFalse Score: Nouns cannot be paired with verb phrases to create parallel structure. TrueFalse Question #4TrueFalse Score: That is an interrogative pronoun. TrueFalse Question #5TrueFalse Score: This is a possessive adjective. TrueFalse Question #6TrueFalse Score: Indefinite pronouns require specific antecedents. TrueFalse Question #7TrueFalse Score: Reciprocal pronouns are formed from the personal pronoun plus "self," like "himself." TrueFalse Question #8TrueFalse Score: The pronoun whom is used as an object. TrueFalse Question #9TrueFalse Score: In general, modifiers should be placed close to the words they modify. TrueFalse Question #10TrueFalse Score: Placing an adverb clause after a linking verb is a good way to start a definition. TrueFalse Question #11TrueFalse Score: Male and female could be a compound antecedent referenced by the plural pronoun them. TrueFalse Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Two of the better players were he and she. he and herhim and herthemcorrect as is Question #13MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Them girls were studying their lessons. We girlsUs girlsThose girlscorrect as is Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Either him or her could help you. he or sheher or himhimself or herselfcorrect as is Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Ron and her were waiting for us. TheyRon and sheHer and Roncorrect as is Question #16MultipleChoice Score: The sentence I enjoy eating and cooking is an example of _____. improperly placed adverbparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #17MultipleChoice Score: The sentence Studying is when I fall asleep is an example of _____. improperly placed adverbparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #18TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct term: case, agreement, or reference. If the team practices with the new players, they will improve. error: error in referenceerror in caseerror in agreement Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct term: case, agreement, or reference. Anyone can bring their books and study in the gym. error: error in referenceerror in caseerror in agreement Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct abbreviation. DES (definition and explanation structure) DC (dangling construction) MM (other misplaced modifiers) PS (poor structure). sentence: A concerto is where one person plays a solo. error: DESMMPSDC Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct abbreviation. DES (definition and explanation structure) DC (dangling construction) MM (other misplaced modifiers) PS (poor structure). sentence: Riding his bike, the dog was almost hit by my brother. error: DCDESPSMM Question #22TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to choose the correct answer for each space. Everyone brought his own book to read and food to eat. Identify a personal pronoun: hisowneveryone Identify the antecedent of the pronoun: everyonereadhisbook What type of pronoun is the antecedent? personalindefinitedemonstrative Give an example of parallel structure: his own book...to readenougheveryone brought...to readeveryone...hisbook to read...food to eat Question #23TextMultipleChoice Score: Only one form of the personal pronoun, the secondfirstthird person singularplural, has gender. Question #24MultipleChoice Score: Pronouns used as direct objects, indirect objects, and objects of the prepositions are _____ case pronouns. subjectivenominativeobjectivepossessive Question #25TextMultipleChoice Score: A gerund is a verbal that ends in -ing and functions as a(n) adverbprepositionnounverbadjective. Question #26TextMultipleChoice Score: The third-person, singular, neuter, possessive pronoun is herhisitsoursyour. Question #27TextMultipleChoice Score: A gerund is modified by an adjectiveadverb.
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User: an introductory word, phrase, or clause which is missing the word(s) it is supposed to modify split infinitive 2. a noun or pronoun's function within a sentence dangling modifier 3. to quickly run coordinating conjunction 4. a clause with either an implied subject or verb indefinite pronoun 5. singular and plural forms elliptical clause 6. a word that joins words or phrases of the same grammatical type case 7. pronoun with no specific antecedent gender 8. a pair of words likeeither/or number 9. masculine and feminine forms correlative conjunction Question #2TrueFalse Score: Parallel structure may be corrected by splitting infinitives. TrueFalse Question #3TrueFalse Score: Nouns cannot be paired with verb phrases to create parallel structure. TrueFalse Question #4TrueFalse Score: That is an interrogative pronoun. TrueFalse Question #5TrueFalse Score: This is a possessive adjective. TrueFalse Question #6TrueFalse Score: Indefinite pronouns require specific antecedents. TrueFalse Question #7TrueFalse Score: Reciprocal pronouns are formed from the personal pronoun plus "self," like "himself." TrueFalse Question #8TrueFalse Score: The pronoun whom is used as an object. TrueFalse Question #9TrueFalse Score: In general, modifiers should be placed close to the words they modify. TrueFalse Question #10TrueFalse Score: Placing an adverb clause after a linking verb is a good way to start a definition. TrueFalse Question #11TrueFalse Score: Male and female could be a compound antecedent referenced by the plural pronoun them. TrueFalse Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Two of the better players were he and she. he and herhim and herthemcorrect as is Question #13MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Them girls were studying their lessons. We girlsUs girlsThose girlscorrect as is Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Either him or her could help you. he or sheher or himhimself or herselfcorrect as is Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun reference. Ron and her were waiting for us. TheyRon and sheHer and Roncorrect as is Question #16MultipleChoice Score: The sentence I enjoy eating and cooking is an example of _____. improperly placed adverbparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #17MultipleChoice Score: The sentence Studying is when I fall asleep is an example of _____. improperly placed adverbparallel structuredangling participlenone of these Question #18TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct term: case, agreement, or reference. If the team practices with the new players, they will improve. error: error in referenceerror in caseerror in agreement Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct term: case, agreement, or reference. Anyone can bring their books and study in the gym. error: error in referenceerror in caseerror in agreement Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct abbreviation. DES (definition and explanation structure) DC (dangling construction) MM (other misplaced modifiers) PS (poor structure). sentence: A concerto is where one person plays a solo. error: DESMMPSDC Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct abbreviation. DES (definition and explanation structure) DC (dangling construction) MM (other misplaced modifiers) PS (poor structure). sentence: Riding his bike, the dog was almost hit by my brother. error: DCDESPSMM Question #22TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to choose the correct answer for each space. Everyone brought his own book to read and food to eat. Identify a personal pronoun: hisowneveryone Identify the antecedent of the pronoun: everyonereadhisbook What type of pronoun is the antecedent? personalindefinitedemonstrative Give an example of parallel structure: his own book...to readenougheveryone brought...to readeveryone...hisbook to read...food to eat Question #23TextMultipleChoice Score: Only one form of the personal pronoun, the secondfirstthird person singularplural, has gender. Question #24MultipleChoice Score: Pronouns used as direct objects, indirect objects, and objects of the prepositions are _____ case pronouns. subjectivenominativeobjectivepossessive Question #25TextMultipleChoice Score: A gerund is a verbal that ends in -ing and functions as a(n) adverbprepositionnounverbadjective. Question #26TextMultipleChoice Score: The third-person, singular, neuter, possessive pronoun is herhisitsoursyour. Question #27TextMultipleChoice Score: A gerund is modified by an adjectiveadverb.

Weegy: Can you clarify your question please? And can you please ask question one at a time.
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User: Parallel structure may be corrected by splitting infinitives. True False

User: Nouns cannot be paired with verb phrases to create parallel structure. True False

Weegy: True (: Thanks for using weegy!
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User: That is an interrogative pronoun. True False

User: This is a possessive adjective. True False

User: Indefinite pronouns require specific antecedents. True False

Weegy: false
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