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Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Will nearly drank a gallon of lemonade. definition and explanation structure dangling construction other misplaced modifiers unparallel structure
1. none of these 2. Neither of OUR students was going to the library. (case) 3. The paintings that I finished are in the hallway (reference) 4. Will drank nearly a gallon of lemonade (other misplaced modifiers)
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User: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Will nearly drank a gallon of lemonade. definition and explanation structure dangling construction other misplaced modifiers unparallel structure

User: Identify the type of error in the sentence below. Will nearly drank a gallon of lemonade. definition and explanation structure dangling construction other misplaced modifiers unparallel structure

Weegy: 1. none of these 2. Neither of OUR students was going to the library. (case) 3. The paintings that I finished are in the hallway (reference) 4. Will drank nearly a gallon of lemonade (other misplaced modifiers)
lexishantell07|Points 210|

User: The pronoun whom is used as an object. True False





Weegy: TRUE - The pronoun whom is used as an object.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 5310|

User: That can function as an interrogative pronoun. True False

Weegy: That can function as an interrogative pronoun. This is FALSE.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 5310|

User: Indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents. True False

Weegy: Indefinite pronouns do not require specific antecedents. This is FALSE.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 5310|

User: Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun usage. Greta, Bob, him, and me went to summer school. he, and me him, and I he, and I correct as is

Weegy: The correct sentence is: Greta, Bob, HE, and I went to summer school.
Expert answered|Janet17|Points 5310|

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