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The most common rule for forming plural nouns is A. dropping the last letter and adding -ies. B. adding -s to the word. C. changing the y to i and adding -es. D. adding -es to the word.
Weegy: D. adding -s to the word. User: Which statement is true about this sentence: "Few Americans speak fluent French"? A. There are adjectives modifying both the subject and the object. B. There is only one adjective in the sentence, and it modifies French. C. The verb in this sentence could be an adjective. D. The one adjective in the sentence modifies the subject. Weegy: B. There are adjectives modifying both the subject and the object. User: Which one of the following sentences contains a predicate adjective? A. The teacher appeared angry when Dave forgot his homework. B. I brought my lunch for the first time this year. C. We scanned the distant shore for signs of life. D. What does this hard lesson teach you? (More)
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The following sentence contains a predicate adjective: The teacher appeared angry when Dave forgot his homework.
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One main purpose of a colon is to A. show emphasis. B. introduce a list. C. replace a question mark. D. mark the boundaries between strong words.
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One main purpose of a colon is to introduce a list.
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20. Which of the following lists demonstrates various tenses of an irregular verb? A. I walk, I walked, I will walk B. I call, I called, I will call C. I try, I tried, I will try D. I go, I went, I will go
Weegy: I go, I went, I will go The small spelling change in the past tense of "try" does not count as an irregular form. Try, call, and walk are all examples of "weak" verbs: all of their past-tense forms end in -ed, [ and their present and past forms are otherwise identical. "Strong" verbs have notable differences between present-tense and past-tense forms, such as 'go' and 'went'; 'teach' and 'taught'; 'am' and 'was'; etc. Their past forms have few, if any, -ed endings. ] (More)
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