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Locate the infinitive and determine how it is used. She had planned to begin piano lessons last week.
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Identify the participle and any modifiers or object it may have. Answer "NONE" if appropriate. The boys playing football look tired.
Weegy: playing - present participle, object - boys User: Identify the participle and any modifiers or object it may have. Answer "NONE" if appropriate. The trainer, armed with a whip, entered the cage. Weegy: object boys playing football participle look tired (More)
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The boys playing football look tired.
Participle: playing. (modifies boys)
Object of the participle: football.
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Locate the participial phrase and the word modified. I heard Melissa practicing the clarinet.
Weegy: participial phrase= I heard modified word= Melissa User: Locate the participial phrase and the word modified. The ship, buffeted by the storm, struggled to safety. Weegy: participial phrase= I heard modified word= Melissa (More)
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Updated 10/10/2012 6:55:21 AM
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I heard Melissa practicing the clarinet.
Participle phrase: playing the clarinet.
Word modified: Melissa.
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The ship, buffeted by the storm, struggled to safety.
Participle phrase: buffeted by the storm.
Word modified: ship.
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This answer has been confirmed as correct, not copied, and helpful.
Confirmed by debnjerry [6/26/2014 10:51:38 PM]
What was Old English?
Weegy: Old English was the West Germanic language spoken in the area now known as England between the 5th and 11th centuries. (More)
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