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By paying his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating. a.gerund b.participle
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User: By paying his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating. a.gerund b.participle

Weegy: verb phrase
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User: By paying his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating. gerund ,participle

Weegy: verb phrase
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User: past tense of hide

User: Identify the appositive phrase. The kit fox, a nocturnal hunter, is rarely seen by day. the kit fox a nocturnal hunter is rarely seen by day a nocturnal hunter is rarely seen by day

Weegy: the appositive phrase is: a nocturnal hunter
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User: Dr. Black, who is the chief surgeon, will operate. What kind of clause is italicized? What does it modify?





Weegy: State whether the italicized words are adjectives or adverbs. 1. She spoke in a loud voice. 2. He is the only fast bowler in the team. 3. He lives in
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