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Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates. The child whose shoes were untied will probably trip over his shoelaces and fall down
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User: Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates. The child whose shoes were untied will probably trip over his shoelaces and fall down

Weegy: whose - relative pronoun / child - noun related to
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User: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. Whatever you tell me shall remain our secret.

Weegy: The first grammatical function that nouns and noun phrases can perform is the subject of clauses. A clause is defined as consisting of a subject and predicate. [ For example, the following italicized nouns and noun phrases function as subjects: The baby cried. Dogs and cats make excellent pets. I will have extensively studied English grammar. ]
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User: Identify each italicized word as gerund or participle The dog, trained to do tricks, entertained the children for an hour.

User: Analyze the sentence to complete each statement below. Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears. The verbal phrase in this sentence is

Weegy: The verbal phrase in this sentence is covered her ears
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User: The verbal phrase is a(n)

User: Analyze the sentence to complete each statement below. Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears.

Weegy: The verbal phrase in this sentence is covered her ears
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User: Analyze the sentence to complete each statement below. Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears. The verbal phrase in this sentence is frightenedcovered her earscoveredfrightened by the siren. The verbal phrase is a(n) gerundinfinitiveparticiple. The verbal phrase functions as a(n) adjectivenounadverb. Question #6TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the adjective clause and the word it modifies. Any student who received a good grade was invited to an ice cream social. Adjective clause: who received a good grade was invited to an ice cream socialwho received a good gradeany student who received a good gradewas invited to an ice cream social Word modified: studentsocialgradeice cream Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Identify the appositive phrase. The kit fox, a nocturnal hunter, is rarely seen by day. the kit foxa nocturnal hunteris rarely seen by daya nocturnal hunter is rarely seen by day Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. The fresh air is what I like best about the farm. subjectsubject complementdirect objectobject of the preposition Question #9TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the adverb clause and the word or words it modifies. The artwork was displayed after the artist had unveiled it. Adverb clause: after the artistthe artwork was displayedafter the artist had unveiled it Word(s) modified: unveiledwas displayedartworkdisplayed Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Identify the appositive phrase. The word paper comes from papyrus, the giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material. the giant water reedwhich Egyptians used to manufacturewhich Egyptians used to manufacture writing materialto manufacture writing materialwriting materialthe giant water reed which Egyptians used to manufacture writing material Question #11TextMultipleChoice Score: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. Wishing to be heard, the speaker used a microphone. Are the italicized words a phrase or a clause? phraseclause What word do they modify? microphonespeakerused Question #12TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the adverb clause and the word it modifies. Gary plays the trombone better than he did last year. Adverb clause: better than he did last yearthan he did last yearGary plays the trombone Word modified: tromboneplaysbetter Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to determine the main clause and the subordinate clause. Then choose the function of the subordinate clause. The man who wrote this new and popular book autographed copies of it at the bookstore. Main clause: The man autographed copies of it at the bookstoreThe man who wrote this new and popular bookThe man who wrote this new and popular book autographed copies of it at the bookstoreThe man autographed copies of it Subordinate clause: who wrote this new and popular book autographed copies of it at the bookstorewho wrote this new and popular bookwho wrote thisThe man who wrote this new and popular book Subordinate clause functions as a(n): adverbadjectivenoun Question #14TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to determine the main clause and the subordinate clause. Then choose the function of the subordinate clause. It is not right to make a promise unless you are sure you can fulfill the promise. Main clause: you are sure you can fulfill the promiseit is not right to make a promiseit is not right to make a promise unless you are sureit is not right Subordinate clause: unless you are sure you can fulfill the promiseyou are sure you can fulfill the promiseunless you are sureto make a promise unless you are sure you can fulfill the promise Subordinate clause functions as a(n): adverbadjectivenoun Question #15TextMultipleChoice Score: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. The judge, believing the boy to be innocent, acquitted him. What kind of phrase is italicized? participialgerundinfinitve What does it modify? innocentacquittedjudge Question #16MultipleChoice Score: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used. The thief confessed that he had stolen the bricks from the site. subjectsubject complementdirect objectobject of the preposition Question #17TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify each italicized word as gerund or participle Wishing to remain anonymous, he asked the florist to deliver the flowers to the orphanage. gerundparticiple Question #18TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the adjective clause and the word it modifies. The tree whose branches had died had to be cut down. Adjective clause: the tree whose brancheswhose branches had died had to be cut downwhose branches had diedwhose branches Word modified: branchescuttreedied Question #19TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the present participle and past participle for the verb. begin Present participle: beginningbeginsbeginwill begin Past participle: beganbegunbeginbeginned Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates. The unlikely story that he told proved to be true. Relative pronoun: to bethatunlikelyhe Noun or pronoun to which it relates: unlikelyhestorytrue Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to complete each statement below. Camping outdoors is one of the joys of summer for the family. The verbal phrase in this sentence is camping outdoorscamping isis one of the joys. The verbal phrase is a(n) gerundinfinitiveparticiple. The verbal phrase functions as a(n) adverbadjectivenoun. Question #22TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the adverb clause and the word it modifies. Mary comes to school unless she is ill. Adverb clause: unless she is illshe is illMary comes to school Word modified: isMarycomesschool Question #23TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the present participle and past participle for the verb. hide Present participle: hidehidhidinghides Past participle: hidedhidhidden Question #24TextMultipleChoice Score: Read the sentence. Choose the correct answers for the questions that follow it. Dr. Black, who is the chief surgeon, will operate. What kind of clause is italicized? nounadverbadjective What does it modify? Dr. Black will operateDr. Blackwill operate Question #25TextMultipleChoice Score: Analyze the sentence to determine the main clause and the subordinate clause. Then choose the function of the subordinate clause. The Mason-Dixon Line, which is perhaps the most famous border ever established by surveying methods, has been designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. Main clause: has been designated a National Historic Civil Engineering LandmarkThe Mason-Dixon Line has been designated a National Historic Civil Engineering LandmarkThe Mason-Dixon Linethe most famous border ever established by surveying methods has been designated a National Historic Civil Engineering LandmarkThe Mason-Dixon Line, which is perhaps the most famous border ever established by surveying methods Subordinate clause: which is perhaps the most famous border ever established by surveying methodswhich is perhaps the most famous border ever established by surveying methods has been designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmarkhas been designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark Subordinate clause functions as a(n): adjectiveadverbnoun

Weegy: The verbal phrase in this sentence is frightened by the siren. The verbal phrase is a(n) participle. The verbal phrase function as adjective.
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