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Write the verb "see" in the present perfect tense. Use the pronoun "I" as the subject User: what is a prepositional phrase? User: In which sentence do the capitalized words represent a prepositional phrase? A. The Maxi Deli is AROUND THE CORNER. B. I am not going TO RUN out of patience. C. Apart from his looks, I would never TRUST HIM. D. The conductor CALLED OUT, "All aboard!" 3. In the following sentence, identify the part of speech of the italicized word
Weegy: A. The Maxi Deli is AROUND THE CORNER. User: In which sentence do the capitalized words represent a prepositional phrase? A. The Maxi Deli is AROUND THE CORNER. B. I am not going TO RUN out of patience. C. Apart from his looks, I would never TRUST HIM. D. The conductor CALLED OUT, "All aboard!" Weegy: A. The Maxi Deli is AROUND THE CORNER. User: In the following sentence, identify the part of speech of the italicized word. Large fish swim swiftly in the sea. Weegy: "large" is adjective, "fish" is noun, "swim" is verb, "swiftly" is adverb, and "in the sea" is a prepositional phrase describing the fish's place in the noun "the sea." User: 4. Which sentence contains a linking verb? A. The plants wilted in the stifling heat. B. I will be on time for the meeting. C. Michelle slowly walked to the store. D. George will be moving in one month. Weegy: C. I will be on time for the meeting User: Which one of the following sets of comparative adjectives is ungrammatical? A. Good, gooder, goodest B. Large, larger, largest C. Many, more, most D. White, whiter, whitest Weegy: A. Good, gooder, goodest the correct thing would be good,better,best. (More)
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Which of the following statements is true? A. A clause has a subject and a verb; a phrase does not. B. A phrase has a subject and a verb; a clause does not. C. A clause is a group of related words; a phrase is not. D. A phrase is a group of related words; a clause is not.
Weegy: The answer is D. A clause has a subject and a verb; a phrase does not. User: Which one of the following statements is an example of a complex sentence? A. Neap tide is the best time for digging clams. B. The crescent moon is a symbol of Islam. C. Sparrows at the bird feeder compete for seeds. D. The earth was spinning when Lucas first saw Lucille Weegy: C. Sparrows at the bird feeder compete for seeds. (More)
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D. The earth was spinning when Lucas first saw Lucille.
This is a complex sentence because it contains and independent clause "The earth was spinning" and a dependent clause "when Lucas first saw Lucille".
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