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Combine the sentences by changing the italicized word group to an infinitive or infinitive phrase. Bob used raspberry flavor in the cod liver oil. It masks the taste of the medicine.
Weegy: To mask the taste of the medicine, Bob used raspberry flavor in the cod liver oil. User: Select the gerund phrase in the sentence below. Then, determine the noun function of the gerund. I enjoy playing the piano. Weegy: A gerund phrase functions as a noun. User: Select the gerund phrase in the sentence below. Then, determine the noun function of the gerund. He must like studying calculus. Weegy: In English, the gerund is identical in form to the present participle (ending in -ing) and can behave as a verb within a clause (so that it may be modified by an adverb or have an object), [ but the clause as a whole (sometimes consisting of only one word, the gerund itself) acts as a noun within the larger sentence. For example: Eating this cake is easy. ] User: Choose the function of the italicized infinitive phrase. Meredith is to be restored as captain. Weegy: to be restored as captain is being used as a predicate nominative. (More)
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Which of the following is not one of the eight standard parts of speech? A. Conjunction B. Adverb C. Modifier D. Preposition
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MODIFIER is not one of the eight standard parts of speech.
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A dependent clause has a subject and verb but does not represent a complete thought. True or False
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Who wrote "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"?
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Words like because, as if, and although introduce noun clauses. True False
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Words like because, as if, and although introduce noun clauses. This is FALSE. These words introduce adverb clauses.
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