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A sentence that expresses a complete thought and has one subject and one predicate is a _____. simple sentence fragment dependent clause prepositional phrase
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Locate the gerund (not the gerund phrase) and identify its use. Talking too much is my chief problem.
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Talking too much is my chief problem.
Gerund: Talking;
Use: Subject.
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a verb form ending in-ing used as an adjective
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Identify the type of sentence. I caught a cold after I spent a week visiting my grandchildren. simple sentence compound sentence complex sentence
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The answer is "complex sentence"
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I caught a cold after I spent a week visiting my grandchildren.
This is a complex sentence.
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The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is a good place to check the history, or etymology, of a word. True False
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The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is a good place to check the history, or etymology, of a word. TRUE.

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