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Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears. The verbal phrase in this sentence is
This sentence is a participial phrase.
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User: Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears. The verbal phrase in this sentence is

Weegy: This sentence is a participial phrase.
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User: verbal phrase functions as a(n

User: Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears...The verbal phrase in this sentence is

Weegy: This sentence is a participial phrase.
sipichapie|Points 4511|

User: Alice, frightened by the siren, covered her ears.The verbal phrase in this sentence is

Weegy: This sentence is a participial phrase.
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User: Tell how the italicized noun clause is used.The thief confessed that he had stolen the bricks from the site.

Weegy: In order for us to answer your question, you'll have to let us know WHAT IS ITALICIZED. Thanks.
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User: The thief confessed that he had stolen the bricks from the site.

User: object of the preposition The thief confessed that he had stolen the bricks from the site. subject subject complement direct object object of the preposition

Weegy: subject complement
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User: The child whose shoes were untied will probably trip over his shoelaces and fall down.

User: Relative pronoun: 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: 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: italicized noun clause Whatever you tell me shall remain our secret.

User: italicized words a phrase or a clause? Wishing to be heard, the speaker used a microphone.

Weegy: I'm guessing "Wishing to be heard" is the italised words, then it's a clause
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User: What word do they modify? Wishing to be heard, the speaker used a microphone

User: the appositive phrase.The kit fox, a nocturnal hunter, is rarely seen by day.

Weegy: the appositive phrase is: a nocturnal hunter
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User: The man who wrote this new and popular book autographed copies of it at the bookstore.Main clause:

Weegy: Can you clarify your question? Thanks!
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User: Main clause: The man who wrote this new and popular book autographed copies of it at the bookstore.

Weegy: Can you clarify your question? Thanks!
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User: Subordinate clause The man who wrote this new and popular book autographed copies of it at the bookstore.

Weegy: Can you clarify your question? Thanks!
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User: Identify each italicized word as gerund or participleWishing to remain anonymous, he asked the florist to deliver the flowers to the orphanage.

Weegy: Trained is a past participle. Anything else I could help you with today?
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