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Select the sentence that uses a gerund phrase as a predicate noun. Christa chose to write a literary critique of the novel Oliver Twist. The main character of this book does not change at all. The
student receiving the achievement award should represent his class. Earning money has been a difficult task this summer. Choose your words with great care. My job is leading people to their seats in the auditorium.
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User: Select the sentence that uses a gerund phrase as a predicate noun. Christa chose to write a literary critique of the novel Oliver Twist. The main character of this book does not change at all. The student receiving the achievement award should represent his class. Earning money has been a difficult task this summer. Choose your words with great care. My job is leading people to their seats in the auditorium.

Weegy: the answer is "Earning money has been a difficult task this summer."
Expert answered|jin_jae_min|Points 388|

User: Identify the appositive phrase. The famous baseball player, a man known for his fast pitches, was entered into the Hall of Fame.

Weegy: The appositive phrase is: "a man known for his fast pitches." It renames the subject. It always renames a noun.
Expert answered|jin_jae_min|Points 388|

User: Locate the complete verbal phrase and identify its type. My grandfather saw the citizens of Paris celebrating the end of World War II.

Weegy: Locate the complete verbal phrase and identify its type. ... phrase and identify its type. [ My grandfather saw the citizens of Paris celebrating the end of World War II. [ ] ]
Expert answered|jin_jae_min|Points 388|

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The sentence that uses a gerund phrase as a predicate noun is:
My job is leading people to their seats in the auditorium.
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My grandfather saw the citizens of Paris celebrating the end of World War II.
Verbal: celebrating the end of World War II
Type: Participle


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