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13. In which one of the following sentences does the verb agree with the subject? A. Here is the reasons we can't start the car. B. The book that explains the plays is on the shelf. C. There is a million reasons why I shouldn't go. D. Who is the people in the photograph? User: 15. Which one of the following words is spelled correctly? A. Believe B. Foriegn C. Niether D. Reciept
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Updated 6/6/2014 12:02:45 PM
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The verb agrees with the subject in the sentence: The book that explains the plays is on the shelf.
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Confirmed by andrewpallarca [6/6/2014 12:02:59 PM]
Believe is spelled correctly.
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6. Which one of the following words has the suffix -ing added correctly? A. Hopeing B. Talking C. Findding D. Stoping
Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is letter "B. Findding " (More)
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Talking has the suffix -ing added correctly.
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As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar. 10. The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word A. sailed. B. great. C. met. D. the.
Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is letter "A. the" (More)
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Updated 306 days ago|5/23/2016 9:14:19 AM
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As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar. The complete predicate of the sentence begins with the word "met".
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17. Which one of the following words or phrases is the superlative form of an adjective? A. More rapidly B. Most active C. Less D. Slower
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B. Most active is the superlative form of an adjective.
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