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Identify the italicized word or phrase. Putting her sewing aside, she got up and answered the door. putting is identify.
Weegy: I can't see any italics. What is the phrase? User: Identify the italicized word or phrase. (Putting )her sewing aside, she got up and answered the door. Weegy: I can't see any italics. What is the phrase? User: Locate the infinitive. Since it is used as a noun, determine its noun use. He wants to ski in the winter months. Weegy: to ski is the infinitive. It's noun use is as the object of the sentence. The subject is he. User: Locate the infinitive and determine how it is used. She had planned to begin piano lessons last week Weegy: to ski is the infinitive. It's noun use is as the object of the sentence. The subject is he. (More)
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Updated 3/23/2014 8:52:15 AM
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(Putting )her sewing aside, she got up and answered the door.
Putting is a participle.
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She had planned to begin piano lessons last week
The infinitive "to begin" is used as the direct object.
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Determine how the infinitive is used. She had planned to begin piano lessons last week.
Weegy: The infinitive is planned. (More)
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A gerund phrase functions in a sentence as a(n) _____. adverb adjective noun
Weegy: A gerund phrase functions as a noun. (More)
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Interpret the analogy. misery:depression::_____:pleasure fatigue melancholy boredom sadness
Weegy: enjoyment (More)
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Updated 11/6/2012 8:54:04 AM
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The correct analogy is misery:depression::enjoyment:pleasure
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Select all that apply. Which of the following can function as adjectives? infinitive phrase gerund phrase participial phrase
Weegy: 1.) functions as an adjective is c.)participial phrase. 2.) functions as a noun is a.)gerund phrase. 3.) functions as a noun, adjective, or adverb is a b.)infinitive phrase. (More)
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An infinitive phrase and a participle phrase can both function as adjectives.
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Confirmed by jay901 [3/9/2014 8:37:25 AM]
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