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Match each term to its definition. 1. a word for which the pronoun stands
Weegy: This; that; these; those; none and neither are Demonstrative Pronouns that substitute nouns when the nouns they replace can be understood from the context. [ They also indicate whether they are replacing singular or plural words and give the location of the object ] User: Match each term to its definition. a pronoun ending in-selfwhich emphasizes the noun or pronoun that it renames (More)
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A noun for which a pronoun stands for is an ANTECEDENT.
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A pronoun ending in-self which emphasizes the noun or pronoun that it renames is an INTENSIVE PRONOUN.
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Match each term to its definition. 1. a word for which the pronoun stands intensive 2. a pronoun ending in-selfwhich emphasizes the noun or pronoun that it renames words that connect other words 3. a pronoun ending in-selffunctioning as an object; refers to a noun or pronoun in the sentence antecedent 4. connectives reflexive
Weegy: The intensive pronouns (such as myself, yourself, herself, ourselves, themselves) consist of a personal pronoun plus self or selves and emphasize a noun. [ [ "Myself" a pronoun ending in-self which emphasizes the noun or pronoun that it renames antecedent . "Herself"a pronoun ending in-self functioning as an object; refers to a noun or pronoun in the sentence reflexive. "And" , "But" , are connectives words that connect other words ] ] (More)
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In the following sentence, identify the participle and the word the participle modifies. Talking rapidly, she gestured with her hands to emphasize her point. Participle: talkingpointgesturedherhandsemphasizesherapidly Word Modified: pointemphasizeshetalkinggesturedherrapidlyhands
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In the sentence `Talking rapidly, she gestured with her hands to emphasize her point'- "Rapidly" would be the participle. It is used to modify "hands".
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Talking rapidly, she gestured with her hands to emphasize her point.
Participle: Talking;
Word modified: She.
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Locate the gerund. Since it is used as a noun, determine its noun use. Reckless driving is dangerous. Gerund: isdrivingdangerousreckless Use: object of a prepositiondirect objectpredicate nominativesubject
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Reckless driving is dangerous.
Gerund: driving.
Noun use: Subject.
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Locate and identify the -ing form. Having no one to play with, the child turned to books for companionship. verb phrase participle gerund
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Having no one to play with, the child turned to books for companionship.
Having is a participle. The participle phrase is "haveing no one to play with".
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