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Q: In which one of the following sentences does the subject come after the verb? A. Whenever he's in town, Jeremy likes to go fishing. B. On the next street, you'll find the shoe
shop. C. Where is my Elvis CD? D. Brock traveled over miles of dirt roads.
A: D. Where is my Elvis CD? is the sentence that has the subject after the verb.
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User: In which one of the following sentences does the subject come after the verb? A. Whenever he's in town, Jeremy likes to go fishing. B. On the next street, you'll find the shoe shop. C. Where is my Elvis CD? D. Brock traveled over miles of dirt roads.

Weegy: D. Where is my Elvis CD? is the sentence that has the subject after the verb.
debnjerry|Points 31398|

User: Which one of the following groups of words is a fragment? A. In December, we usually take a skiing trip. B. Talking on the phone is her favorite pastime. C. Strolling in the park on a summer afternoon. D. The Carters enjoy vacationing at the lake.

Weegy: D. Strolling in the park on a summer afternoon.
scijoe21|Points 1395|

User: What is the purpose of the following sentence? I think it would be best to study the problem carefully. A. It gives a command. B. It makes a statement. C. It shows strong emotion. D. It raises a questions.

User: What is the purpose of the following sentence? I think it would be best to study the problem carefully. A. It gives a command. B. It makes a statement. C. It shows strong emotion. D. It raises a questions.

User: In which sentence is a homophone used correctly? A. The old miner was lost in the dessert. B. Karen's new dog had flees. C. How many ours do we have to wait? D. If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing.

Weegy: The answer is B
MattMan|Points 101|

User: An imperative sentence is to a command as a declarative sentence is to a/an A. statement. B. exclamation. C. wish. D. question.

Weegy: declarative sentence

Definition:

A sentence in the form of a statement (in contrast to a command, a question, or an exclamation).

In a declarative sentence, the subject normally precedes the predicate. A declarative sentence ends with a period.




User: A run-on sentence is a group of words with A. two or more sentences written as one. B. no subject. C. a compound predicate and subject. D. no predicate.

Weegy: A run-on sentence joins at least two independent clauses without a conjunction or adequate punctuation.
andrewpallarca|Points 11477|

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