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What word in the following sentence is an adjective? Jason's sturdy ship sailed bravely across the wine-dark sea. A. across B. sturdy C. sailed D. bravely User: Which of the following sentences contains an infinitive? A. The car was parked next to the church. B. Let's walk to the picnic. C. Dave will take us to the field before the game. D. Heather wants to go to the store with us.
Weegy: The sentence that contains an infinitive is: D. Heather wants to go to the store. The infinitive is 'to go'. (More)
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Jason's sturdy ship sailed bravely across the wine-dark sea. STURDY is an adjective.
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. Which one of the following words or phrases is the superlative form of an adjective? A. Less B. Slower C. Most active D. More rapidly
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Most active is the superlative form of an adjective.
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17. In which one of these sentences does an adverb modify a verb? A. Lucy quickly hid behind the tree. B. The dress was terribly old. C. Jacob was a very smart boy. D. Mr. Dodge moved in an extremely slow manner.
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An adverb modifies a verb in the sentence: Lucy quickly hid behind the tree.
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17. In which one of these sentences does an adverb modify a verb? A. Lucy quickly hid behind the tree. B. The dress was terribly old. C. Jacob was a very smart boy. D. Mr. Dodge moved in an extremely slow manner.
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An adverb modifies a verb in the sentence: Lucy quickly hid behind the tree.
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