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Identify the italicized word according to its class in structural linguistics. There are no easy answers. intensive adjective noun empty word
Which word in the sentence should be italicized?
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User: Which of the following is not one of the twelve morphological classifications recognized by structural grammarians? adverb function word unnamed class determiner

User: Identify the italicized word according to its class in structural linguistics. There are no easy answers. intensive adjective noun empty word

Weegy: Which word in the sentence should be italicized?
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