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Identify the sentence type. I told him a friend of mine had commissioned me to make some inquiries about a cherished companion.
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User: Identify the sentence type. I told him a friend of mine had commissioned me to make some inquiries about a cherished companion.

Weegy: It is a simple sentence.
Mistin|Points 297|

User: Nonrestrictive clauses do not use commas.

Weegy: False. Place proper punctuation around nonrestrictive clauses, but do not place punctuation around restrictive clauses. When a nonrestrictive clause appears in the middle of a sentence, place commas around it. [ When a nonrestrictive clause appears at the end of a sentence, place a comma before it and a period after it. Do not punctuate restrictive clauses. Read more here ]
debnjerry|Points 43871|

User: Select the sentence with a clause used as a modifier to the verb.

User: Select the sentence with a clause used as a modifier to the verb. The man who came here yesterday was selling magazines. We left the performance early because we were tired. The reason he opened the door was that the princess pointed to it.

Weegy: The sentence with a clause used a modifier to the verb is: We left the performance early because we were tired. The clause 'because we were tired' modifies the verb 'left'.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 43871|

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Which answer combines the following ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences? John Keats wrote poetry. He lived in the nineteenth century. John Keats wrote poetry in the nineteenth century. John Keats, who wrote poetry, lived in the nineteenth century. In the nineteenth century, John Keats wrote poetry.
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The answer that combines the ideas with an adjective clause while retaining the meaning of the original sentences is: John Keats, who wrote poetry, lived in the nineteenth century.
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Select the sentence with a clause used as a predicate noun. The man who came here yesterday was selling magazines. We left the performance early because we were tired. The reason he opened the door was that the princess pointed to it.
Weegy: The sentence with a clause used as a predicate noun is: The reason he opened the door was that the princess pointed to it. (More)
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