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Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. The little girl with red hair is Jane.
"The man of the hour" is the prepositional phrase this is emphasizes the subject
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User: Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. The little girl with red hair is Jane.

Weegy: "The man of the hour" is the prepositional phrase this is emphasizes the subject
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User: The little girl with red hair is Jane.

User: Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. The little girl with red hair is Jane.

User: Which of the following can infinitives be used for? noun verb adjective adverb

Weegy: A verb is a part of speech that denotes action. It is primarily divided into two, namely, ordinary verb or stative verb and action verb. Any verb that denotes direct action is called action verb like talk, go and the like. [ On the other hand, verbs that denote indirect action are called as stative verbs such as recognize, think and the like. On the other hand, adverb is a part of speech that describes the verb. It is very important to know about the position of adverb in English grammar. ]
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User: Select the items that infinitives can be used for. noun verb adjective adverb

User: can infinitives be used for nouns?

Weegy: A word used to describe a person, place or a thing.
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User: Which types of words can infinitives modify?

User: Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. The film was made in Spain.

User: Diagram the following sentence. Plutarch chronicled the lives of famous men of his time.

User: Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. The man of the hour is Mr. Taylor.

User: Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. Behind Elizabeth stood the principal.

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Weegy: The gerund in this sentence is "jumping". It's noun use is as the object of the sentence.
islandguy|Points 721|

User: Locate the complete gerund or infinitive phrase and identify its use. He opened the door after trying several keys.

Weegy: A gerund is a verb used like a noun. Gerunds frequently end in ing. trying is the gerund
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User: What is the gerund used for in the following sentence? He opened the door after trying several keys.

Weegy: In English, the gerund is identical in form to the present participle (ending in -ing) and can behave as a verb within a clause (so that it may be modified by an adverb or have an object), [ but the clause as a whole (sometimes consisting of only one word, the gerund itself) acts as a noun within the larger sentence. For example: Eating this cake is easy. ]
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User: Locate the complete verbal phrase and identify its type. Disturbed by the rumor, she left the room.

Weegy: left the room is a verb phrase. it functions as an infinitive
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User: Locate the complete gerund or infinitive phrase and identify its use. Please stop making that noise!





Weegy: The answer is "making that noise" and it is the direct object.
Expert answered|may100|Points 304|

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