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Q: Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. He spoke sharply to his sister. B. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it. C. Joe looked sad at his broken
bike. D. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu.
A: The sentence with the correctly used modifier is: D. He spoke sharply to his sister.
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User: Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. He spoke sharply to his sister. B. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it. C. Joe looked sad at his broken bike. D. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu.

Weegy: The sentence with the correctly used modifier is: D. He spoke sharply to his sister.




User: Which one of the following is a correct example of the plural possessive case? A. it's place B. men's plans C. woman's plans D. stone's throw

Weegy: B. men's plans is a correct exaqmple of the plural possessive case.
debnjerry|Points 31785|

User: Which synonym of the word look would be most effective in the following sentence? Detective Flint leaned forward with narrowed eyes to _______ what appeared to be a vital clue. A. scrutinize B. survey C. ogle D. view

Weegy: Detective Flint leaned forward with narrowed eyes to scrutinize what appeared to be a vital clue.
AngelInDisguise|Points 5101|

User: 4. Choose the simple subject in the following sentence. The tallest contestant won the prize. A. contestant B. tallest C. prize D. won

Weegy: The tallest contestant won the prize. The simple subject in this sentence is B. contestant.
debnjerry|Points 31785|

User: Concerning dictionaries and their proper use, which one of the following statements is most accurate? A. A syllable is a unit of sound. B. Formal usage of a word is considered colloquial. C. A dictionary's word entry offers a fixed, permanent meaning. D. Foreign words are not included in English dictionaries.

Weegy: B. Formal usage of a word is considered colloquial. [ colloquialism, the use of informal expressions appropriate to everyday speech rather than to the formality of writing, and differing in pronunciation, vocabulary, or grammar. Read more: ]
debnjerry|Points 31785|

User: Choose the sentence which contains an indirect object. A. I spent it immediately. B. I worked hard each day. C. They gave me a bonus. D. It is difficult to save money.

User: Which one of the following pairs of words consists of antonyms? A. near—close B. like—love C. calm—quiet D. true—false

User: Which one of the following is a correct example of the singular possessive case? A. audiences' reaction B. king's rights C. women's club D. who's job

Weegy: A correct example of singular possessive case is: D. king's rights.
debnjerry|Points 31785|

User: Which one of the following words is an antonym of joyful? A. Passive B. Agitated C. Morose D. Garrulous

Weegy: B. Morose
selymi|Points 8352|

User: Which of the following is a correctly written compound word? A. Self-evident B. Thirty one C. Quickly-running D. Spur of the moment-decision

Weegy: A. Self-evident. Self-evident is a correctly written compound word
migzptz|Points 6004|

User: In which of the following sentences is the word its used correctly? A. When trying to catch fish, its important to be patient. B. The problem with the lawn mower is that its old. C. The monster reared its head at the tourists. D. Its easy to learn to play the guitar, if you're willing to practice.

Weegy: A. The monster reared its head at the tourists.
debnjerry|Points 31785|

User: Which one of the following sentences contains an error in its verb? A. Neither bananas nor squash was for sale. B. Both Clara and Nathan is planning to attend. C. Either footnotes or endnotes are acceptable. D. Not only the players but also coach Jarvis was late for practice.

User: Choose the sentence in which the verb has a direct object. A. She is insecure. B. George was furious. C. They won the game. D. I walked away.

Weegy: D. They won the game. The direct object is game.
debnjerry|Points 31785|

User: Which one of the following word or words is an example of a correlative conjunction? A. And B. Since C. Either . . . or D. Because

User: Choose the simple predicate in the following sentence. The men finished the game in a short time. A. finished B. game C. men D. time

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