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You should never jog immediately after eating a big meal. remove the difficult language remove the slang change the second person to third
Weegy: Remove the difficult language. (More)
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Desert plants, then, need dry, sandy soil. They thrive on little water and lots of direct sunshine. If they are cared for properly, they will bring the grower many hours of pleasure. Does the paragraph give a sense of completeness? yes no
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Choose the correct word to complete this sentence. The doctor was accompanied ____ a nurse. by with
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The doctor was accompanied by a nurse.
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Identify the type of subordinate clause in the following sentence. The sauce burned before Hans remembered to stir it. noun adjective adverb
Weegy: The type of subordinate clause in the sentence "The trouble was that he forgot where he put his keys." is adjective. User: Select the complete subordinate clause (including all modifiers). I honestly did not know that you felt so strongly about the subject. I honestly I honestly did not know did not know that you that you felt that you felt so strongly that you felt so strongly about the subject Question #9MultipleChoice Score: A noun or a pronoun that follows another noun or pronoun in a sentence to identify or explain it is called a(n) _____. gerundappositiveinfinitive Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. To get the whole house clean in time for Grandma's arrival proved to be too much to ask. infinitive phraseparticipial phrasegerund phrase It is used as a(n): adjectivenounadverb Question #11MultipleChoice Score: Select the correct pronoun. You would never know it, but that building was built by _____ teenagers. weus Question #12Matching Score: Match each term to its definition. 1. can be neither seen nor touched adjective 2. has a receiver named intransitive verb 3. has no receiver named verb tense 4. expresses highest or lowest degree of comparison transitive verb 5. add sign of possession to last name adverb suffix 6. indicates time joint ownership 7. -ly abstract noun 8. modifies a noun superlative degree Question #13MultipleChoice Score: Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Jolene went to the city to find a new job. adverbadjectivenoun Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Identify the word in italics. This is the dog I was telling you about. demonstrative pronounindefinite pronouninterrogative pronounrelative pronounnot a pronoun Question #15MultipleChoice Score: Select the complete subordinate clause (including all modifiers). I aced my test because I remembered to study. I aced my testmy test becausemy test because I remembered ... (More)
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A participial phrase functions in a sentence as a(n) _____. adverb adjective noun
Weegy: It functions as an Adverb and Adjective. User: Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Running out of gas, the car came to a stop. gerund phraseinfinitive phraseparticipial phrase It is used as a Weegy: it is an infinitive phrase and a noun. User: A prepositional phrase modifies a word and relates that word to the preposition's _____. object modifier antecedent Question #24MultipleChoice Score: Identify the type of subordinate clause in the following sentence. If we remember to brush our teeth, we will get fewer cavities. nounadjectiveadverb Question #25MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. How are subordinate clauses and prepositional phrases similar? neither can stand by itselfboth are independentboth can be used as adjectives and adverbsneither depends on any other sentence element Weegy: A. object (More)
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Running out of gas, the car came to a stop.
'Running out of gas' is a participle phrase.
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