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In the following sentence, identify the participle and the word the participle modifies. Falling continually, the heavy, wet snow meant the ski slopes would be open soon.
Weegy: In the sentence "Falling continually, the heavy, wet snow meant the ski slopes would be open soon", "falling" is the participle, modifying the noun "snow". (More)
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Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. That dog figured out that the bug he ate, a bee, was not so tasty.
Weegy: The sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject is: The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. The clause 'who wears the yellow leather coat' modifies the subject 'girl' (More)
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Which of the following is the solution to 17 - 2x = -11? -14 -3 3 14
Weegy: x=14 is the answer. (More)
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Updated 170 days ago|6/10/2014 3:53:21 PM
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17 - 2x = -11

-2x = -11 - 17

-2x = -28

x = -28/-2

x = 14
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What figure of speech is illustrated in this sentence? My car is being temperamental this morning. metaphor personification simile
Weegy: The figure of speech illustrated in the sentence "My car is being temperamental this morning", is PERSONIFICATION. (More)
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