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an infinitive almost always contains which of the following words? a. being, b. is, c. to, d. from
Weegy: An infinitive almost always contains to. (More)
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if a prepositional phrase tells "which one" or "what kind," it is being used as a/an. a. adjective phrase, b. adverb phrase, c. dangling modifier, d. none of the above
Weegy: if a prepositional phrase tells "which one" or "what kind," it is being used as a/an. Answer d. none of the above (More)
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if a prepositional phrase tells "which one" or "what kind," it is being used as an ADJECTIVE PHRASE.
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identify the adverb phrase in the following sentence: the boy on the beach threw the stone into the sea. a. on the beach, b. into the sea, c. threw the stone, d. none of the above- this sentence dose not contain an adverb phrase
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Updated 5/15/2013 9:56:05 AM
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The boy on the beach threw the stone into the sea.
The adverb phrase is: into the sea. It modifes the verb 'threw'.
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which of the following can stand alone as a sentence? a. main clause, b. subordinate clause, c. both of the above, d. none of the above
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Updated 5/15/2013 9:54:29 AM
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A main clause can stand alone as a sentence.
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donnytella, please answer in a sentence that restates the question and provide a source to verify your answer.

Please review the rules
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a misplaced modifier is one that creates awkwardness or confusion because it. a. dose not modify anything, b. is placed too far from the word it modifies, c. is placed after the wordit modifies, d. is unrelated to the word it modifies
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donnytella, please answer in a sentence that restates the question and provide a source that verifies your answer.

Please read the rules
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