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In which sentence are the conjunctions used correctly? A. Mary enjoyed neither roller skating or ice skating. B. Either Fred nor John knew about the accident. C. Neither beauty nor popularity was
considered in the contest. D. The top award was given to neither Steve or Jim.
The sentence that uses conjunctions correctly is: Neither beauty nor popularity was considered in the contest.
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The compound sentence is: Sue gave Jim a new racket, and he left for the tennis courts.

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Which of the following pairs of ideas could be combined into a compound sentence? (Remember that only related ideas should be joined into a compound sentence.) A. We watched the news on television. The girls walked quickly to school. B. The weather had changed. The house seemed deserted. C. The street lights were dim. The play was a success. D. The days became longer. The children could play outside later.
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D. The days became longer. The children could play outside later.
These are related ideas that could be combined into a compound sentence.
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Which one of these sentences contains a prepositional phrase? A. Trolls live under bridges; elves do not. B. You may think otherwise, but what I tell you is true. C. Where did you find the papers that I lost? D. To be, or not to be: that is the question.
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Trolls live under bridges; elves do not.
Prepositional phrase: under bridges.
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Weegy: Each one of the following sentences contains a clause. In which sentence is the clause used as an adverb? D. Whales, which eat krill, prefer colder ocean waters. (More)
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The sentence in which the clause is used as an adverb is: I do not mind fishing, as long as I don't have to bait the hook.
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