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Q: Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. While their parents were quietly talking, Lilly shrieked "Mine!" as she grabbed the toy from Ollie.( mine is
italicized) noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection
A: The answer is adjective
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User: Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. While their parents were quietly talking, Lilly shrieked "Mine!" as she grabbed the toy from Ollie.( mine is italicized) noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection

Weegy: The answer is adjective
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. ( down is italicized) In his new lime green Mustang, Brad sped down the street into the police radar trap. adverb conjunction intensive preposition verb

Weegy: Which word is italicized?
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User: Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. The purple flamingo flapped outrageously as the blue alligator closed in for the attack. ( attack is italicized) noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection





Weegy: attack is italicized. noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection What is the italicized word?
Expert answered|lolai3|Points 0|

User: What does the following diagram mean? S NP + VP. 1)In order to have a sentence, it must contain a noun phrase and a verb phrase. 2)A sentence can be rewritten as a noun phrase plus a verb phrase. 3)In a sentence, the noun phrase must precede the verb phrase. 4)A sentence can contain only a noun phrase and a verb phrase.

Weegy: A sentence can be rewritten as a noun phrase plus a verb phrase.
Expert answered|lolai3|Points 0|

User: Which of the following is not one of the twelve morphological classifications recognized by structural grammarians? 1.adjective 2.noun 3.auxiliary 4.transform

Weegy: transform
Expert answered|lolai3|Points 0|

User: What are the three types of fallacies that structural linguists find in traditional grammar? 1.normative, semantic, logical 2.transform, morphology, 3.phoneme syntactic, structural, generative

Weegy: 1.normative, semantic, logical
Expert answered|lolai3|Points 0|

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