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Q: What is Anthropology?
A: Anthropology is the study of people, past and present, with a focus on understanding the human condition both culturally and biologically.
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Anthropology is the study of people, past and present, with a focus on understanding the human condition both culturally and biologically.

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Read the following sentence. Decide if the italicized adverb modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb She opened her eyes "slowly" when the alarm went off.
Weegy: I cannot see any italic words. Please indicate the italic word by writing with italic. User: Read the following sentence. Decide if the adverb in quotations modifies a verb, adjective, or adverb She opened her eyes "slowly" when the alarm went off. Weegy: I cannot see any italic words. Please indicate the italic word by writing with italic. (More)
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She opened her eyes "slowly" when the alarm went off.
The word slowly is an ADVERB.

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Verbs that form their past and past participle by adding ed, d, or t to the present are called _____ verbs? regular irregular
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Verbs that form their past and past participle by adding ed, d, or t to the present are called REGULAR verbs.

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Choose the correct verbs to complete the sentence. (Choose the American English version.) The orchestra (rise, rises) when the audience (applaud, applauds). rise rises applaud applauds
Weegy: Linking verb does not show action, it links. Action verbs are something that a person or thing can do may be used alone as the main verb of a sentence. Example: Action Verb:He tasted the ice cream. [ [ (action) Linking Verb: The ice cream tasted good. (Tasted is used to help good describe the subject.) ] ] User: can you be more spicic? (More)
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The correct verbs to complete the sentence are "rises" and "applauds". (American English version.) The orchestra RISES when the audience APPLAUDS.
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