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Formed by the word to and a verb, a(n) _____ may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb.
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User: Formed by the word to and a verb, a(n) _____ may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb.

Weegy: Formed by the word to and a verb, an infinitive may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb.
OxTornado007|Points 5388|

User: A verbal which ends in -ing and is used as a noun is called a(n):

Weegy: Participle
latefisher|Points 2918|

User: A verbal which ends in -ing and is used as a noun is called a(n):

Weegy: Participle
latefisher|Points 2918|

User: Searching for something that she could wear, Sally pulled open the drawer in the dresser.

Weegy: adjective clause
Narkotiq|Points 317|

User: Searching for something that she could wear, Sally pulled open the drawer in the dresser.

Weegy: adjective clause
Narkotiq|Points 317|

User: The young artist was discovered living in poverty in an attic above a garage.

Weegy: The young artist was discovered living in poverty in an attic above a garage. The verbal phrase in this sentence is Everything is big, roads are big, houses are big, well worth the value for everything. [ Pretty good customer service, and beaurocracy goes better than other countries. Things are convinient, like drive thru ATM's. [ All kinds of nature, desert, mountains, forests, etc.. All different kinds of people that you can interact with.. Everyone is different, and individuality is great. A lot of free thinking promoting. Cars are cheap. Technology is great. Education is great, and higher level education is defintiely the best in the world with a lot of options to choose. Economy is number 1 in the world. Lower taxes compared to the rest of the world. Everyone is chill......... ] ]
Princess Mel|Points 290|

User: The young artist was discovered living in poverty in an attic above a garage. verbal phrase in the sentence

Weegy: The young artist was discovered living in poverty in an attic above a garage. The verbal phrase in this sentence is Everything is big, roads are big, houses are big, well worth the value for everything. [ Pretty good customer service, and beaurocracy goes better than other countries. Things are convinient, like drive thru ATM's. [ All kinds of nature, desert, mountains, forests, etc.. All different kinds of people that you can interact with.. Everyone is different, and individuality is great. A lot of free thinking promoting. Cars are cheap. Technology is great. Education is great, and higher level education is defintiely the best in the world with a lot of options to choose. Economy is number 1 in the world. Lower taxes compared to the rest of the world. Everyone is chill......... ] ]
Princess Mel|Points 290|

User: The instructor decided that this girl must have inherited her father's musical ability.

Weegy: I believe it is the participle verbal.
DefconZero|Points 0|

User: The instructor decided that this girl must have inherited her father's musical ability. noun adjective clause

Weegy: Adjective
pathwise|Points 1257|

User: The instructor decided that this girl must have inherited her father's musical ability. noun, adjective clause or adverb clause

Weegy: Adjective
pathwise|Points 1257|

User: He saw how eager she was to do her best. noun, adjective clause or adverb clause

Weegy: Noun Clause
knowledgeispower|Points 162|

User: After he had waited an hour, Mr. Jones received a telephone call directing him to go at once to a certain motel room. adjective or adverb clause

User: After he had waited an hour, Mr. Jones received a telephone call directing him to go at once to a certain motel room. subordinate clause

User: what is the subordianate clause or this sentence After he had waited an hour, Mr. Jones received a telephone call directing him to go at once to a certain motel room.

Weegy: Mr. Jones received a telephone call, is the answer.
Expert answered|paral|Points 1889|

User: "We must plan a picnic for the holiday," said Mrs. Bailey, while the children were getting dressed. noun, adjective clause or adverb clause

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Weegy: "while the children were getting dressed" is an adverb clause. It modifies "said". User: Choose the correct relative pronoun to complete the sentence. Then, identify the noun antecedent to which the pronoun refers. The modernistic sculpture in the shopping center was designed by an artist whichwhosewho had received training in Europe. (More)
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