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The smells and calls that animals use to communicate are systematic. true or false
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User: The smells and calls that animals use to communicate are systematic. true or false

Weegy: The smells and calls that animals use to communicate are systematic. True.
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User: Determine the part of speech for the capitilized word in the sentence below. "HEY!" Jacques yelled out the window, "That's my car!"

Weegy: It is: interjection. [smile]
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User: Determine the part of speech for the capitilized word in the sentence below. Please take a QUART of these dry oats.

Weegy: Proper nouns
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