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In which sentence is the word but used as a preposition? A. John liked baseball but not football. B. Children should be seen but not heard. C. None but the brave shall enter in. D. We would like to visit the Grand Canyon, but our vacation time is up.
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The answer is C; none BUT the brave shall enter in. The reason is this.
When but is used as a preposition, its meaning would become ‘except‘ or ‘apart from‘. Now substitute these to the above options. You will find out that it is only C that goes right!
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To form the superlative degree of an adverb, you can add A. the word "more." B. the word "least." C. the suffix "–est." D. the suffix "–ly."
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In which sentence is the word but used as a preposition? A. John liked baseball but not football. B. Children should be seen but not heard. C. None but the brave shall enter in. D. We would like to visit the Grand Canyon, but our vacation time is up.
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The sentence in which the word but is used as a preposition is:
None but the brave shall enter in.
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To form the superlative degree of an adverb, you can add A. the word "more." B. the word "least." C. the suffix "–est." D. the suffix "–ly."
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Joshua took a nap instead of sorting the mail.
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During the long afternoon, Daryl searched for his car keys. He searched under the bed, beneath the sofa cushions, and inside his trouser pockets.
Afternoon represents an object of a preposition.
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The word too used like the word also in the following sentence: Would you care if I went too?
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That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming. This sentence contains a coordinating conjunction.
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A logical relation is an interpropositional relation in which a proposition is related to another, in reasoning, as.
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