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Q: Which sentence in the preceding paragraph contains a coordinating conjunction?(1) Brenda would have liked to have taken her vacation at the beach. (2) However, the weather forecast on the television
called for rain. (3) Also, her fiancé, Max, wanted to vacation in the mountains. (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. (5) They would spend their vacation time at Spring Lake. (6) That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming.
A: That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming. is the sentence containing a coordinating conjunction. The coordinating conjunction "and" joins together two independent clauses.
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User: Which sentence in the preceding paragraph contains a coordinating conjunction?(1) Brenda would have liked to have taken her vacation at the beach. (2) However, the weather forecast on the television called for rain. (3) Also, her fiancé, Max, wanted to vacation in the mountains. (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. (5) They would spend their vacation time at Spring Lake. (6) That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming.

Weegy: That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming. is the sentence containing a coordinating conjunction. The coordinating conjunction "and" joins together two independent clauses.
debnjerry|Points 31327|

User: Which sentence contains a subordinating conjunction? (1) Jack had been without a car since Monday. (2) The car needed a new battery, and Jack was broke. (3) Although he was embarrassed, Jack called his mother. (4) He felt he had no choice. (5) Fortunately, his mom was happy to help out. (6) She said she had the money and could lend Jack $65.00 until Jack's next payday.

User: In this sentence, what word begins the subordinate clause? Dolly must clean up her room before she goes out.

User: In this sentence, what word begins the subordinate clause? Dolly must clean up her room before she goes out.

Weegy: A. Before
darlingpanda21|Points 20|

User: In the second sentence, the phrase "inside his trouser pockets" is a/an During the long afternoon, Daryl searched for his car keys. He searched under the bed, beneath the sofa cushions, and inside his trouser pockets.

User: During the long afternoon, Daryl searched for his car keys. He searched under the bed, beneath the sofa cushions, and inside his trouser pockets. In the second sentence, the phrase "inside his trouser pockets" is a/an

User: Complete the following sentence with a word or words that show a logical relationship. Joshua took a nap _______ sorting the mail. A. before B. instead of C. while D. after

Weegy: B. Sorting the mail should be more important.
Mitchell|Points 4416|

User: In which one of the following sentences is but used as a preposition? A. I wanted to leave, but I was embarrassed to do so. B. The lake is pretty, but it's too cold for swimming. C. I would like to return to Italy, but I have no money. D. We discovered that Candy will do anything but work.

User: Which one of the following words represents an object of a preposition? A. Daryl B. sofa C. trouser D. afternoon

Weegy: The answer is: D. afternoon. Afternoon represents an object of a preposition.
Koolsum|Points 1298|

User: Adverbs can modify all of the following except A. other adverbs. B. nouns. C. adjectives. D. verbs.

User: (1) Brenda would have liked to have taken her vacation at the beach. (2) However, the weather forecast on the television called for rain. (3) Also, her fiancé, Max, wanted to vacation in the mountains. (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. (5) They would spend their vacation time at Spring Lake. (6) That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming. 13. In sentence 4, what is "After a heated discussion"? A. An adjective phrase B. An independent clause C. A dependent clause D. A prepositional phrase

Weegy: (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. After a heated discussion is a prepositional phrase that acts like an adverb. It answers the question "when" and modifies the verb "decided". The answer is A. [ A prepositional phrase. ]
debnjerry|Points 31327|

User: Either you must stop eating my food from the refrigerator or you must pay me for it. 14. What sort of conjunction is used in the sentence? A. Correlative B. Subordinating C. Common D. Coordinating

Weegy: C. Correlative
thewolf010|Points 700|

User: Which sentence includes a compound-word preposition? A. Don't come along on my account. B. The lightning struck from out of the blue. C. There was no one at home but me. D. The younger boys decided to play tag.

Weegy: C. The lightning struck from out of the blue.
scijoe21|Points 1365|

User: Which of the following words is not an adverb? A. Fiercely B. Deadly C. Knowingly D. Carefully

User: Which one of the following words or phrases is the superlative form of an adjective? A. Less B. Most active C. Slower D. More rapidly

User: Either you must stop eating my food from the refrigerator or you must pay me for it. 18. What is a prepositional phrase in the sentence? A. eating my food B. pay me C. must stop D. from the refrigerator

User: To form the superlative degree of an adverb, you can add A. the word "more." B. the suffix "–ly." C. the suffix "–est." D. the word "least."

Weegy: D. the suffix "?est."
eturker|Points 1988|

User: (1) Jack had been without a car since Monday. (2) The car needed a new battery, and Jack was broke. (3) Although he was embarrassed, Jack called his mother. (4) He felt he had no choice. (5) Fortunately, his mom was happy to help out. (6) She said she had the money and could lend Jack $65.00 until Jack's next payday. 20. In sentence 1, the word since is a/an A. preposition that shows a time relationship. B. adverb that modifies had been. C. adverb that modifies Monday. D. preposition that shows a space relationship.

Weegy: C it shows a time relationship.
Mitchell|Points 4416|

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