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Which sentence contains a verb in the active form? a. The first pitch will be thrown by a baseball great at the Babe Ruth Day celebration game. b. Babe Ruth Day will be celebrated by our varsity baseball team. c. Our varsity baseball team will celebrate Babe Ruth Day. d. Was the Babe Ruth Day celebration attended by the community?
Weegy: Our varsity baseball team will celebrate Babe Ruth Day - is the sentence with the verb in the active form ("our team WILL CELEBRATE"). User: Because it falls on a Friday, I plan to boycott Clean Up Your Room Day. What is the form of the underlined verb? subjunctive imperative active passive (More)
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Excluding contractions, in what ways is an apostrophe used? User: When using a colon to introduce a list, what must the colon follow?
Weegy: Use a colon [ : ] before a list or an explanation that is preceded by a clause that can stand by itself. [ Think of the colon as a gate, inviting one to go on: There is only one thing left to do now: confess while you still have time. The charter review committee now includes the following people: the mayor the chief of police the fire chief the chair of the town council You nearly always have a sense of what is going to follow or be on the other side of the colon. (Compare the function of a semicolon in this regard.) You will find differing advice on the use of a colon to introduce a vertical or display list. See Using Numbers and Creating Lists. We will often use a colon to separate an independent clause from a quotation (often of a rather formal nature) that the clause introduces: The acting director often used her favorite quotation from Shakespeare's Tempest: "We are such stuff as dreams are made on; and our little life is rounded with a sleep." With today's sophisticated word-processing programs (which know how much space to put after punctuation marks), we insert only one space (hit the space-bar only once) after a colon. It might be useful to say, also, when we don't use a colon. Remember that the clause that precedes the mark (where you're considering a colon) ought to be able to stand on its own as an independent clause. Its purpose might be strictly to introduce the clause that follows, so it might feel rather incomplete by itself, but grammatically it will have both a subject and a predicate. In other words, we would not use a colon in situations like the following: Her recipe for gunpowder included saltpeter, dry oatmeal, and ground-up charcoal briquets. (no colon after "included") His favorite breakfast cereals were Rice Krispies, Cheerios, and Wheaties. (no colon after "were") Her usual advice, I remember, was "Keep your head up as you push the ball up the court." (no colon after "was") ] (More)
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Pronouns in the objective case may function as objects.
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