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Which of the following is true about office friendships? A. They lead to a workplace in which socializing rarely occurs. B. It's impossible to develop vertical friendships. C. Workplace cliques can cause horizontal disharmony. D. Office friendships are based mainly on ethnic similarities.
Weegy: A. They lead to a workplace in which socializing rarely occurs seems like a good answer. User: Vera is a good listener, helps her customers solve problems, and makes product suggestions that meet their needs. Last year she received the Associate of the Year award. Vera's experience illustrates the idea that success is A. measured by how well one does his or her job. B. in numbers—both money earned and customers served. C. determined by the desire to succeed. D. in the mind, not in the job. Weegy: The answer is A. measured by how well one does his or her job. Good luck. User: Which one of the following is not true concerning socializing in the workplace? A. Socializing can throw your horizontal relationships out of balance. B. Socializing can keep you from reaching your performance goals. C. Socializing can lead to favoritism and friction in the workplace. D. Socializing can actually increase productivity Weegy: A. Socializing can throw your horizontal relationships out of balance seems like the best answer. User: John is a new employee at International Widget. Having studied human relations, he's eager to understand the supervisory style employed by his immediate supervisor. Which of the following is not especially important to John's insight? A. The extent to which he (John) is expected to work independently B. His supervisor's flexibility on work guidelines C. Whether his supervisor is more concerned about short-term or long-term work goals D. Whether his supervisor enjoys particular sports or hobbies Weegy: D. Whether his supervisor enjoys particular sports or hobbies seems like a good answer. User: In a vertical relationship between an employee and supervisor, who must do most of the adjusting? A. Neither has to adjust at all. B. The supervisor must adjust. C. The employee must adjust. D. Both must adjust equally. Weegy: C. The employee must adjust seems like a good answer. (More)
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Updated 1/18/2012 10:38:14 AM
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C. Workplace cliques can cause horizontal disharmony.
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The purpose of loaded words in advertisements is to A. illustrate bias. B. influence the reader. C. create an image. D. compare two unlike things.
Weegy: The purpose of loaded words in advertisements is to influence the reader. (More)
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In which sentence is a homophone used correctly? A. Karen's new dog had flees. B. If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing. C. How many ours do we have to wait? D. The old miner was lost in the dessert.
Weegy: The answer is B User: What is the purpose of the following sentence? I think it would be best to study the problem carefully. A. It makes a statement. B. It gives a command. C. It raises a questions. D. It shows strong emotion. Weegy: A. It makes a statement User: Identify the simple subject in the sentence "There are too many people on this elevator." A. many B. There C. people D. elevator Weegy: C. people (More)
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In which sentence is a homophone used correctly? A. Karen's new dog had flees. B. If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing. C. How many ours do we have to wait? D. The old miner was lost in the dessert>>>>.D. If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing.
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A run-on sentence is a group of words with A. a compound predicate and subject. B. no subject. C. two or more sentences written as one. D. no predicate.
Weegy: A run-on sentence is a group of words with two or more sentences written as one. User: What is the simple subject of the following sentence? Then, glancing upward at Lady Weathers's face, he saw a look of consternation. A. face B. Lady Weathers's C. consternation D. he Weegy: Then, glancing upward at Lady Weathers's face, he saw a look of consternation. The subject is HE. (More)
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A run-on sentence is a group of words with : two or more sentences written as one.
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Which one of the following complete subjects agrees with the predicate "has learned Spanish"? A. The twins, Tina and Terry, B. Jennifer and her class C. Either Samuel or his children D. Neither Jane nor Henry
Weegy: The correct answer is D. User: Which one of the following sentences includes an error in subject-verb agreement? A. Carrie and Lucille work in the cafeteria. B. Neither Hannibal nor her pups is in the kitchen. C. Either June or her children are going to the movie tonight. D. Laverne, who's married, and Shirley, who's single, both walk their dogs. Weegy: D. is incorrect since both should have the verb 'walks'. (More)
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