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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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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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Updated 2/9/2012 2:02:02 PM
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B. Most active is the superlative form of an adjective.
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6. In which one of the following sentences does an adverb describe an adjective? A. George was very smart. B. Now that I'm home, I'm happy. C. Jack grumbled loudly about his algebra grade. D. Nora looked sadly into the mirror.
Weegy: B. Dozens of words can be used as sentence adverbs, among them actually, (More)
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Updated 2/9/2012 2:07:08 PM
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A. George was very smart.
The adverb 'very' describest he adjective 'smart'.
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20. In which one of the following sentences is a word misspelled? A. Niether Lois nor Clark believed in Superman. B. Laticia weighed herself on the bathroom scale. C. Spanish isn't a foreign language if you're Mexican. D. I spend my leisure time reading books.
Weegy: The sentence with a spelling mistake is: B. Niether Lois nor Clark believed in Superman. Niether is the misspelled word as it should be Neither. (More)
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