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Which of the following pairs of words are homophones? A. Dessert and desert B. Brake and break C. Blight and bright D. Right and correct
Weegy: A. Brake and break are homophones. The other pairs are each pronounced differently User: In which sentence do you find subject-verb agreement? A. Where is your keys to my car? B. If you look carefully, you'll see tomatoes is on that aisle. C. Farley or Farley's brother is helping me with the project. D. Neither the clarinets nor the trumpets plays the melody correctly. Weegy: Subject and verb agree in the sentence: Farley or Farley's brother is helping me with the project. User: What is the purpose of the following sentence? I think it would be best to study the problem carefully. A. It raises a questions. B. It makes a statement. C. It gives a command. D. It shows strong emotion. Weegy: I think it would be best to study the problem carefully. It makes a statement. User: This question is based on the following sentence: As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar. 4. The simple subject of the sentence is A. Lord Nelson. B. ship. C. fleet. D. south. (More)
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Updated 279 days ago|11/27/2014 7:05:35 PM
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As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar. The simple subject of the sentence is SHIP.
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Which one of the following sentences is interrogative? A. The canned tuna is in the pantry. B. I passed the entrance examination! C. Be so kind as to feed my dog. D. What will you do when the well goes dry?
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Updated 279 days ago|11/27/2014 7:05:56 PM
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The following sentences is interrogative because it asks a question: "What will you do when the well goes dry?"
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In which one of the following sentences is a word misspelled? A. I spend my leisure time reading books. B. Niether Lois nor Clark believed in Superman. C. Laticia weighed herself on the bathroom scale. D. Spanish isn't a foreign language if you're Mexican.
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Updated 11/20/2011 12:51:13 PM
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The sentence with a spelling mistake is: B. Niether Lois nor Clark believed in Superman. Niether is the misspelled word as it should be Neither.
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Which one of the following words has the suffix -ing added correctly? A. Findding B. Talking C. Hopeing D. Stoping
Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is letter "B. Findding " User: Which one of the following words illustrates the addition of a vowel suffix? A. Careful B. Dangerously C. Tenderness D. Independence Weegy: The correct answer is A. Dangerously. (More)
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Updated 11/20/2011 1:15:45 PM
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The word with the suffix -ing added correctly is: B. Talking.
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What word in the following sentence is an adjective? Jason's sturdy ship sailed bravely across the wine-dark sea. A. sailed B. across C. sturdy D. bravely User: Which of the following sentences contains an infinitive? A. Dave will take us to the field before the game. B. Heather wants to go to the store with us. C. The car was parked next to the church. D. Let's walk to the picnic.
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Updated 274 days ago|12/2/2014 2:52:08 PM
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The adjective in the sentence " Jason's sturdy ship sailed bravely across the wine-dark sea." is Sturdy.


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The following sentence contains an infinitive:
Heather wants to go to the store with us.
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