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Q: All adverbs end in -ly. True False
A: The answer is False.
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User: If the ecosystem is balanced, which populations should be the largest? Which should be the smallest?

User: All adverbs end in -ly. True False

Weegy: The answer is False.
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User: Adjectives modify nouns, pronouns, and other adjectives. True False Question #5TrueFalse Score: Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. TrueFalse Question #6TrueFalse Score: Prepositional phrases are modifiers. TrueFalse Question #7TrueFalse Score: Many of the parts of speech may be used as interjections. TrueFalse Question #8TrueFalse Score: A coordinating conjunction introduces a subordinate clause. TrueFalse Question #9TrueFalse Score: The suffixes -al, -ly, and -ous, when added to nouns, turn those nouns into adjectives. TrueFalse Question #10TrueFalse Score: Adverbs tell when, where, how, and why. TrueFalse Question #11TrueFalse Score: Adverbs ending in -ly indicate how or how much. TrueFalse Question #12Matching Score: Match each verb tense to its definition. 1. action happening now, today past tense 2. action completed during the present time present tense 3. action expected to happen present perfect tense 4. action completed before a set time in the past past perfect tense 5. action completed before a set time in the future future tense 6. action completed in an earlier time period future perfect tense Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: The principal parts of a(n) regularirregular verb are formed by adding -ed, -d, or -t to the present part. Question #14TextMultipleChoice Score: Provide the remaining principal parts for the verb below. Present: begin Present Participle: beganbeginningbegun Past: beginninghad begunbegunbegan Past Participle: beginningbegunbegan Question #15TextMultipleChoice Score: Provide the remaining principal parts for the verb below. Present: shake Present Participle: shakenshookshaking Past: shakenshakingshookenshook Past Participle: shookshakenshaking Question #16TextMultipleChoice Score: The principal part which never uses an auxiliary to form a tense is the presentpastpast participle part. Question #17TextMultipleChoice Score: In the passiveactive voice the subject acts, but in the activepassive voice, the subject receives the action. Question #18Matching Score: Match the verb mood to the sentence which expresses it. 1. If I were you, I would take advantage of the extra time you have. Indicative 2. Use your time wisely. Imperative 3. He uses his time wisely. Subjunctive Question #19TrueFalse Score: The present tense of lay is the same as the past tense of lie. TrueFalse Question #20Matching Score: Match the term to the description that best defines it. 1. requires a receiver of action pronominal adjective 2. introduces adjective clauses nominative case 3. who, whose, whom, which, what interrogative pronouns 4. indicates an unspecified person or thing relative pronoun 5. a word which is both a pronoun and an adjective transitive verb 6. used for subjects and subject complements interjection 7. prepositional phrase acting as adjective conjunction 8. prepositional phrase acting as adverb adjective phrase 9. word punctuated like a sentence, showing strong feeling indefinite pronoun 10. a word which links words, phrases, or clauses of the same type adverb phrase Question #21TrueFalse Score: Transitive active and transitive passive sentences both have a receiver of the action. TrueFalse Question #22TrueFalse Score: Adjectives modify nouns, pronouns, and often adjectives. TrueFalse Question #23TextMultipleChoice Score: A modifier is a word or group of words that definesrepeatsdescribes another word or group of words. Question #24TextMultipleChoice Score: The direct objectindirect object answers the question "to or for whom?"

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