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Loyalty to one's husband or wife is highly valued in many societies. Do you think Monsieur Loisel is a good example or a bad example of this loyalty?
Weegy: I believe he wasn't loyal, he should have stuck up and been straight with his wife, for her own good. He should have had her go to her friend and tell exactly what happened. [ I think the money that went for her new dress was loyalty but working on the debt for years and agreeing to letting her lie was not loyal at all. ] (More)
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What figure of speech is illustrated in this sentence? Her face lit up with pleasure as quickly as a light flashing on. metaphor personification simile
Weegy: Her face lit up with pleasure as quickly as a light flashing on. This is SIMILE. (More)
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Mark Twain's real name was Samuel Clemens.
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Mark Twain's real name was Samuel Clemens. This is TRUE.
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When a speaker uses the words you, yours, yourself, she is using ____ person. first second third
Weegy: When a speaker uses the words you, yours, yourself, she is using second person. (More)
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Locate the complete gerund phrase and identify its use. She dreams of skiing in Switzerland. Gerund Phrase: Use:
Weegy: Definition: A traditional grammatical term for a verbal that ends in -ing and functions as a noun. Adjective: gerundial. A gerund with its objects, complements, and modifiers is called a gerund phrase or simply a noun phrase. (More)
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She dreams of skiing in Switzerland.
Gerund Phrase: skiing in Switzerland;
Use: Object of a preposition.


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