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Q: Adverbs ending in -ly indicate how or how much. True False
A: False. A verb indicates the action of a sentence. A noun is used to indicate a person, place, thing, or idea.
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User: A noun indicates the action in a sentence. True False

User: Adverbs ending in -ly indicate how or how much. True False





Weegy: False. A verb indicates the action of a sentence. A noun is used to indicate a person, place, thing, or idea.
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User: 1. If I were you, I would take advantage of the extra time you have. 2. Use your time wisely. 3. He uses his time wisely. match them to Subjunctive Indicative Imperative

Weegy: 1.Subjunctive; 2. Imperative 3. Indicative; 1. [ The subjunctive mood allows speakers to form sentences that express commands, requests, suggestions, wishes, hypotheses, purposes, doubts, and suppositions that are contrary to fact at the time of the utterance. 2. The indicative mood allows speakers to form sentences that express assertions, denials, and questions of actuality or strong probability 3. The imperative mood allows speakers to form sentences that make direct commands, express requests, and grant or deny permission. ]
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User: The suffixes -al, -ly, and -ous, when added to nouns, turn those nouns into adjectives. True False

Weegy: True. Some adjectives are formed from nouns. Others are formed from verbs. Some are formed from words in Latin, Greek or other languages. There is no simple rule for adding suffixes, but there are some common patterns. [ Adding a suffix onto a noun form is one way of forming an adjective. A suffix is a part added to the end of a word to mark the word form. We often use an adjective after a BE verb or a stative verb. . ]
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User: Adjectives modify nouns, pronouns, and other adjectives. True False

Weegy: True. An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun by describing, identifying, or quantifying words. An adjective usually precedes the noun or the pronoun which it modifies.
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User: The present tense of lay is the same as the past tense of lie. True False

Weegy: False.The past participle of lie is lain.
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User: Adverbs tell when, where, how, and why. True False

Weegy: True. Adverbs are words like yesterday, now, soon, and suddenly. An adverb usually modifies a verb or a verb phrase. [ It provides information about the manner, place, time, frequency, certainty, or other circumstances of the activity denoted by the verb or verb phrase. ]
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User: 1. requires a receiver of action 2. introduces adjective clauses 3. who, whose, whom, which, what 4. indicates an unspecified person or thing 5. a word which is both a pronoun and an adjective 6. used for subjects and subject complements 7. prepositional phrase acting as adjective 8. prepositional phrase acting as adverb 9. word punctuated like a sentence, showing strong feeling 10. a word which links words, phrases, or clauses of the same type match this to nominative case adjective phrase adverb phrase indefinite pronoun interrogative pronouns relative pronoun pronominal adjective transitive verb conjunction interjection

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