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A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a _____ noun. compound regular irregular collective common
A collective noun is a word used to define a group of objects, where objects can be people, animals, emotions, inanimate things, concepts, or other things. For example, in the phrase "a pride of lions", pride is a collective noun.
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[object Object]User: A noun that refers to more than one person or object and represents a group of people, animals, or objects is called a _____ noun. compound regular irregular collective common

Weegy: A collective noun is a word used to define a group of objects, where objects can be people, animals, emotions, inanimate things, concepts, or other things. For example, in the phrase "a pride of lions", pride is a collective noun.
Frankie17851|Points 3171|

User: Identify the inflection of the verb plays. infinitive present, third person singular past tense present participle

Weegy: present participle
debnjerry|Points 48413|

User: Identify the inflection of the verb to climb. infinitive present, third person singular past tense present participle

Weegy: present participle
debnjerry|Points 48413|

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Weegy: After he had drunken the tea, he felt better.
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User: 1. a change in the form of a word inflection 2. verb form used for factual statements indicative 3. uninflected verb form affirmative 4. positive statement double negative 5. unacceptable usage infinitive

Weegy: 1. affirmative form) 2: The old man can not fit the position. (negative ... I'm not sure, after saying those words, I'm more confused...2 Subjunctive II expresses hypothetical and "counterfactual" statements ("what if," "I ... [ Subjunctive I is used to report indirect speech, i.e. what someone else said ... the one-word subjunctive and the simple past indicative verb forms 3 1. infinitive - the uninflected form of the verb. split infinitive - an infinitive with an adverb between `to' and the verb 4 a positive statement in which two negative elements are used to produce the positive force ]
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User: How many collective nouns are in this paragraph? Her entire family watched as she carried her team in the fourth quarter. The audience, as well as the group of reporters who were watching, were in awe as she dominated both sides of the court. It was the best performance anyone had ever seen. 0 2 3 4 5 6

Weegy: Collective nouns in the paragraph are: family, team, audience, group. There are 4 collective nouns.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10776|

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