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Select the correctly punctuated sentence. John are you certain you understand? Emily asked. "John, are you certain you understand?" Emily asked. "John, are you certain you understand," Emily
asked? "John are you certain you understand?" Emily asked. "John are you certain, you understand," Emily asked?
"John, are you certain you understand?" Emily asked.
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User: Select the sentence with a clause used as a modifier to the subject. The boy who arrived here Tuesday was running late. We left the diner late because we saw some old friends. The reason she bought those shoes was that her friend told her to.

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. John are you certain you understand? Emily asked. "John, are you certain you understand?" Emily asked. "John, are you certain you understand," Emily asked? "John are you certain you understand?" Emily asked. "John are you certain, you understand," Emily asked?

Weegy: "John, are you certain you understand?" Emily asked.
japs2310qa|Points 1809|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. John and Mary house has a large front yard. Johns and Maries house has a large front yard. John and Marys house has a large front yard. John and Mary's house has a large front yard.

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Its going to be a long wait the nurse confided. It's going to be a long wait, the nurse confided. "Its going to be a long wait," the nurse confided. "It's going to be a long wait," the nurse confided.

Weegy: "It's going to be a long wait," the nurse confided.
selymi|Points 8872|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. We enjoyed the speech, we found help and comfort. We enjoyed the speech we found help and comfort. We enjoyed the speech; we found help and comfort.

Weegy: We enjoyed the speech; we found help and comfort.
islandguy|Points 721|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Is that notebook your's or mine? Is that notebook your's or mine. Is that notebook yours or mine? Is that notebook yours or mine.

Weegy: Is that notebook yours or mine?
pathwise|Points 1257|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. When you go to the grocery store, don't forget to buy cheese. When you go to the grocery store don't forget to buy cheese When you go to the grocery store don't forget to buy cheese.

Weegy: When you go to the grocery store, don't forget to buy cheese.
jhamorous|Points 25|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. The facts are becoming clearer by the day; this new direction will lead to disaster. The facts, are becoming clearer by the day, this new direction will lead to disaster. The facts are becoming clearer by the day this new direction will lead to disaster.

Weegy: The correctly punctuated sentence is: The facts are becoming clearer by the day; this new direction will lead to disaster.
debnjerry|Points 37183|

User: An appositive is a type of pronoun that renames a noun. True False

Weegy: true. An appositive is a type of pronoun that renames a noun.
asero1010|Points 4014|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. Charleses' essay was much too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short. Charles's essay was much too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short. Charles' essay was much too long, mine, on the other hand, was too short.

Weegy: Charles's essay was way too long. Mine, on the other hand, was too short.
coolcatrina|Points 443|

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. John warned. "I would wait, Ellen, if I were you." John warned; "I would wait, Ellen, if I were you." John warned, "I would wait, Ellen, if I were you."

Weegy: John warned, "I would wait, Ellen, if I were you." is the correct sentence.
wedekind|Points 1437|

User: Identify the most effective approach for the given topic. Tying a Shoe process definition illustrative classification/division cause/effect compare/contrast

User: Identify the most effective approach for the given topic. Industrial Pollution and Lung Cancer process definition illustrative classification/division cause/effect compare/contrast

Weegy: For the topic "Industrial pollution and Lung Cancer", it would be better if the approach you use are cause and effect.
rachell028|Points 822|

User: A composition that consists of a thesis supported with examples is called process analysis. True False

User: Writing which explains rather than describes, narrates a story, or argues a point is called expository writing. True False

Weegy: True
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Identify the most effective approach for the given topic. The Varieties of Finches on the Galapagos Islands process definition illustrative classification/division cause/effect compare/contrast

Weegy: classification/division
vanilla2bean|Points 1118|

User: A composition that explains how to do something or how something happens is called illustrative writing. True False

Weegy: False. Illustrative writing is writing that uses examples to make a ppoint or describe something.
rugmaker|Points 2188|

User: Identify the most effective approach for the given topic. The Meaning of Freedom process definition illustrative classification/division cause/effect compare/contrast

Weegy: classification/division
vanilla2bean|Points 1118|

User: The setting directly affects the tone of a story. True False

User: A sentence that expresses a complete thought and has one subject and one predicate is a _____. simple sentence fragment dependent clause prepositional phrase

Weegy: Simple sentence.
debnjerry|Points 37185|

User: A sentence that contains one independent clause and one or more dependent clauses is a _____. simple sentence complex sentence compound sentence fragment

User: Recipes, instruction sheets, and "How to" articles are types of _____. illustrative essays comparison essays literary critiques process essays

Weegy: D. Process themes
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: Words for which pronouns stand are _____. antecedents inflections connotations infinitives

Weegy: antecedents
waldo41588|Points 100|

User: Select the sentence type. I know the man, but he doesn't know who I am, although I've tried to introduce myself several times. fragment simple compound complex compound-complex

Weegy: compound-complex
selymi|Points 8872|

User: Select the sentence with correct punctuation and spelling. Characters in short stories are revealed through their actions. Character's in short stories are revealed through their actions. Characters in short story's are revealed through their actions.

Weegy: Select the sentence with correct punctuation and spelling: Characters in short stories are revealed through their actions.
patmarone|Points 6147|

User: Select the sentence with correct punctuation and spelling. Always avoid wordyness in writing a descriptive passage. Always avoid wordiness in writing a descriptive passage. Always, avoid wordiness in writing a descriptive passage.

Weegy: Always avoid wordiness in writing a descriptive passage.
sipichapie|Points 4592|

User: Select the sentence type. Although the group never found what they were looking for, a concrete symbol that would provide the substance they needed to restore their shaken hope. fragment simple compound complex compound-complex

Weegy: Complex
katastrophy|Points 20|

User: Nouns, pronouns, or phrases that follow another noun or pronoun to rename it are called _____. antecedents inflections syntax appositives

Weegy: true. An appositive is a type of pronoun that renames a noun.
asero1010|Points 4014|

User: A pronoun ending in -self and emphasizing the previously used noun or pronoun by immediate repetition is _____. complex intensive reflexive compound

Weegy: This is a reflexive pronoun.
xramen135@aol.com|Points 590|

User: A pronoun ending in -self and referring to the previously used noun or pronoun is _____. complex obtuse reflexive restrictive

Weegy: This is a reflexive pronoun.
vchutkan|Points 5611|

User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. That dog figured out that the bug he ate, a bee, was not so tasty

User: Select the sentence type. Neither Jennifer, Thomas, nor I had ever seen the likes of that giant cheeseburger. fragment simple compound complex compound-complex

Weegy: Compound
katastrophy|Points 20|

User: A sentence that contains at least two independent clauses is a _____. simple sentence complex sentence compound sentence fragment

User: Select the sentence with correct spelling. Choose words with percision and care. Choose words with preciseion and care. Choose words with precision and care.

Weegy: The sentence with correct spelling is: Choose words with precision and care.




User: An essay that has a thesis supported with examples is _____. a process essay an instruction sheet an illustrative essay a classification essay

Weegy: an illustrative theme
jeifunk|Points 6636|

User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the verb. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. That dog figured out that the bug he ate, a bee, was not so tasty.

User: Select the correctly punctuated sentence. The dark clouds, will lighten, as the sun lowers. The dark clouds will lighten as the sun lowers. The dark clouds will lighten, as the sun lowers.

Weegy: The dark clouds will lighten as the sun lowers.
latefisher|Points 2938|

User: Select the verbal; indicate whether it is a participle, gerund, or infinitive; and indicate how it functions in the sentence. There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. Verbal: inof workThere'sin any small townalwaysany smallto doplenty Type: gerundinfinitiveparticiple Function: adverbadjectivedirect objectpredicate nounsubjectobject of a preposition

Weegy: The verbal is "to be done". It is an infinitive and functions as the object of the sentnece.
Expert answered|mrsgie|Points 44|

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