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Which is an accurate description of the viceroyalty system in the Americas? A. Viceroys did the will of the king, protected his territories, and worked to gain wealth for the crown. B. Viceroys enforced the king's trade laws to ensure that products from the Americas were easy to sell in Spain. C. Viceroys communicated the colonists' concerns to the king. D. Viceroys protected the Indians and represented them in court.
Weegy: A. Viceroys did the will of the king, protected his territories, and worked to gain wealth for the crown.is an accurate description of the viceroyalty system in the Americas.[ ] User: thanks Weegy: You're welcome. [smile] Do you have another question for Weegy? (More)
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How is the gerund phrase used in the sentence? My hobby is surfing every weekend.
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My hobby is surfing every weekend.
The gerund ''surfing'' is used as the predicate nominative.
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