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Q: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. The instructor decided that this girl must have inherited her father's musical ability.
A: Adjective
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User: The note repeated the telephone demand for $10, 000, which was to be delivered in unmarked bills. subordinate clause: clause type

User: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. The instructor decided that this girl must have inherited her father's musical ability.

Weegy: Adjective
pathwise|Points 1257|

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Wishing will never make your dreams come true.

Weegy: Which word is italicized? Weegy doesn't show italicizations so you have to mark it somehow or tell us which it is!
eturker|Points 2852|

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Wishing will never make your dreams come true. wishing is the italicized word

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Daily jogging is a good way to build one's strength and stamina. daily jogging is the italicized word

Weegy: If the word jogging is italicized in the given sentence, therefore, the answer is GERUND.
samn|Points 3090|

User: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. Searching for something that she could wear, Sally pulled open the drawer in the dresser.

User: A verb form which ends in -ing, -d, -ed, -n, -en, or -t, and is used as an adjective is called a(n) _____. appositive gerund infinitive participle

Weegy: conjunct verbs
koaley|Points 6262|

User: A verb form which ends in -ing, -d, -ed, -n, -en, or -t, and is used as an adjective is called a(n) _____. appositive, gerund, infinitive, participle,

Weegy: gerund
gabonada10|Points 70|

User: Choose the correct relative pronoun to complete the sentence. Then identify the noun antecedent to which the pronoun refers. Renoir is a painter most people admire. whom, whose, who, which

Weegy: The relative pronoun should be "that" and would refer to painter. Reinor is a painter that most people admire.
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: Using the following abbreviations, tell how the italicized noun clause is used. S-Subject SC-subject complement DO-direct object of verb OP-object of preposition The bill must be paid by whoever purchased the lumber is the italicized noun clause

Weegy: please Identify the "italicized noun clause" in the sentence! thanks
ephraimzRN|Points 2278|

User: Using the following abbreviations, tell how the italicized noun clause is used. S-Subject SC-subject complement DO-direct object of verb OP-object of preposition the italicized noun clause is "The bill must be paid by whoever purchased the lumber."

Weegy: please Identify the "italicized noun clause" in the sentence! thanks
ephraimzRN|Points 2278|

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. There was a kite, dangling from the telephone wires. dangling is the italicized word

Weegy: There is no italicized word showing up.
sharpies|Points 8747|

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. There was a kite, dangling from the telephone wires. dangling is the italicized word

Weegy: There is no italicized word showing up.
sharpies|Points 8747|

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. The accountant desires to be honest rather than rich. to be is the italicized word

Weegy: If the italicized word is skiing, then it is a gerund. If it is not skiing, please let me know what word you are asking about as Weegy is not able to see italics.
debnjerry|Points 43455|

User: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. The accountant desires to be honest rather than rich. the italicized word is to

Weegy: to be is a participle
Expert answered|asero1010|Points 4214|

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A figure of speech is a word or phrase that has a meaning something different than its literal meaning.

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