This question is based on the following sentence:
As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar.
9. The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word
The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word metAuto answered|Score .9668|akoine|Points 493|User:
Which one of the following sentences contains a spelling error?
A. Evelyn was not familiar with the procedure.
B. Joshua could give no good reason for his absence.
C. Every autumn we visit a quaint inn near Boston.
D. What would you like for desert?Weegy:
A. desert should be dessertAuto answered|Score 1|jeifunk|Points 6533|User:
Which one of the following fragments is a prepositional phrase?
A. Going to Cleveland
B. During the darkest night C. Listening to her heart
D. Completed her assignmentWeegy:
B. During the darkest night is a prepositional phrase. You can read more about prepositional phrases here [www.chompchomp.com/terms/prepositionalphrase.htm
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This question is based on the following paragraph.
(1) To James, good form came above all else. (2) Therefore, on being introduced to Lady Weathers, he
bowed, took her hand, and kissed it lightly. (3) Then, glancing upward at Lady Weathers's face, he saw a
look of consternation. (4) Blushing with embarassment, James noticed the morsel of green on the back of
her hand. (5) Gasping out awkward apologies, James excused himself and rushed to the restroom. (6)
Gazing into the mirror, he discovered bits of parsley on his front teeth. (7) Frowning with disgust, James
saw he had been made a fool of by an ineptly consumed canapé. (8) "Well," he thought to himself,
"Tommorow is another day." (9) But, from that day, he realized that good form was best tempered by
caution or, at least, a wiser choice of finger food.
13. Which two sentences contain misspelled words?
A. Sentences 4 and 8
B. Sentences 6 and 8
C. Sentences 7 and 8
D. Sentences 2 and 4Weegy:
(4) Blushing with embarassment, James noticed the morsel of green on the back of her hand. and (8) "Well," he thought to himself, "Tommorow is another day." Tomorrow and embarrassment were spelled wrong. Auto answered|Score .9987|shifa saleheen|Points 9845|User:
14. 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:
D. If you ask me, there's no hobby like fishing.Auto answered|Score 1|shifa saleheen|Points 9845|User:
An imperative sentence is to a command as a declarative sentence is to a/an
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.http://grammar.about.com/od/d/g/declsenterm.htmAuto answered|Score .7864User:
This question is based on the following paragraph:
(1) We decided to climb Mt. Rainer, but it was a long, hard journey to Washington State from Medford,
Oregon. (2) We were worried about our likely sucess in the cold enviroment of the upper slopes. (3) For
one thing, Marty was broke and anxius about having warm clothes for climbing. (4) To solve that problem,
the rest of us choose to chip in and get him good cold-whether gear. (5) At last, we set off for Mt. Rainer. (6) But, when we arrived, it was snowing hard. (7) A local guide recommended that we spend the night in a
motel in Tacoma.
16. Which sentences each contain two misspelled words?
A. 3 and 4
B. 1 and 2
C. 2 and 4
D. 3 and 7Weegy:
2 och 4 both contain 2 misspelled words each.
2 it's environment with an n, not enviroment, and success with 2 c's, not sucess with1
4, it should be chose in the past tense, not choose, in the present. and weather is for climate, not whether.
B. [ 2 & 4
and the next one,
Since synonym means the same thing, you need to find a word that means the same thing as hard, and difficult is the answer.
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