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What is the meaning of the root -dict- in the word edict? A. say B. hear C. right D. position
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What is the prepositional phrase in this sentence, and what does it modify? The purpose of the last song was to show off all the musicians’ talents. A. of the last song; an adjective phrase that modifies the noun purpose B. to show off all the musicians’ talents; an adverb phrase that modifies the verb was C. to show off; an adjective phrase that modifies the noun talents D. off the musicians’ talents; an adverb phrase that modifies the verb show
Weegy: D. adjective. Source: User: Lance Brock’s new film is the latest installment in his Jack Jackson, Super Agent series. As usual, Brock makes a fine superagent as the unbeatable Jackson. The film offers its usual assortment of spectacular white-knuckle chases, death-defying stunts, and life-saving escapes. However, as Brock demonstrated in his previous, more serious film, The Winner, he is ready for far more serious roles. For Brock’s sake, I hope this is Jack Jackson’s last mission. What was the reviewer’s main complaint? A. He did not like the film’s plot. B. He did not like the film’s ending. C. He thinks Brock should be in comedies. D. He thinks Brock should do more serious films Weegy: Answer is D) He thinks Brock should do more serious films. User: What else can help you study a selection and draw conclusions about the originating culture? A. the tone of the selection B. adjectives in the selection C. a summary of the selection D. details in the selection Weegy: Use comparative to compare one person, thing, action, event or group with another person, thing etc. Use superlative to compare somebody/something with the whole group that she/he/it belongs to. (More)
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Question : What is the prepositional phrase in this sentence, and what does it modify? ....

Answer: correct option is A. of the last song; an adjective phrase that modifies the noun purpose is the answer.
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