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Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. Candice went to college to study medicine.
Weegy: Candice went to college to study medicine. "to study medicine" is the infinitive phrase. Its function in this sentence is as an adverb. (More)
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Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. Listening to concerts is a good way to relax after a long work day. would it be a adverb adjective or noun
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identify its use. Tom and Tim decided to spend the afternoon tobogganing.
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Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its use. Listening to concerts is a good way to relax after a long work day. would it be a adverb adjective or noun
Weegy: Infinitive Phrase: to relax. Use: adverb. To relax is the adverb function because it explains why we should listen to the concerts. (More)
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Match the following items. 1. a conjunction which joins equal elements, such as two independent clauses or two verbs restrictive clause 2. clause necessary to the meaning of the word modified; it is not set off by commas coordinating conjunction 3. clause which is unnecessary to the meaning of the words modified; it is set off by commas nonrestrictive clause
Weegy: Hi, I'm your new guide for this questions, I get your questions but can you restate it for the better answer to provide. Thanks! User: Match the following items. 1. a conjunction which joins equal elements, such as two independent clauses or two verbs nonrestrictive clause 2. clause necessary to the meaning of the word modified; it is not set off by commas coordinating conjunction 3. clause which is unnecessary to the meaning of the words modified; it is set off by commas restrictive clause Weegy: Hi, I'm your new guide for this questions, I get your questions but can you restate it for the better answer to provide. Thanks! User: a conjunction which joins equal elements, such as two independent clauses or two verbs nonrestrictive clause Weegy: Commas. Commas are used to set off nonrestrictive clauses or phrases. (More)
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