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Reconcilable means agreeable or compatible. Irreconcilable means __________. A. angry and unfriendly B. happy and harmonious C. not in agreement, not compatible D. overly agreeable, overly compatible
Reconcilable means agreeable or compatible. Irreconcilable means C. not in agreement, not compatible
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User: Reconcilable means agreeable or compatible. Irreconcilable means __________. A. angry and unfriendly B. happy and harmonious C. not in agreement, not compatible D. overly agreeable, overly compatible

Weegy: Reconcilable means agreeable or compatible. Irreconcilable means C. not in agreement, not compatible
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User: Read the following sentence. John Quincy Adams' pet alligator was a gift from the Marquis de Lafayette. Determine if the prepositional phrase is an adverb or adjective phrase, and identify the word or words it is modifying. A. adjective phrase modifying gift B. adverb phrase modifying pet C. adjective phrase modifying was D. adverb phrase modifying alligator

Weegy: the prepositional phrase is A. adjective phrase modifying gift.
Expert answered|yeswey|Points 2465|

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