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Formed by the word to and a verb, a(n) _____ may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb.
Formed by the word to and a verb, an infinitive 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.
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User: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. The child offered resistance when the hair brush pulled her long curls. type of clause:

User: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. The instructor decided that this girl must have inherited her father's musical ability. type of clause:

Weegy: Adjective
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User: A noun or pronoun that follows and renames another noun or pronoun is called a(n)

Weegy: The answer is Appositives.
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User: Select the words of the complete subordinate clause in the sentence below. Then identify it as either an adjective or an adverb clause. Three criminals were soon behind bars, victims of their foolish belief that they could outsmart the law. subordinate clause: Three criminals were soon behind barstheir foolish belief that they could outsmartthat they could outsmart the lawvictims of their foolish belief clause type:adverbadjective Question #7MultipleChoice Score: A verb form which ends in -ing, -d, -ed, -n, -en, or -t, and is used as an adjective is called a(n) _____. appositivegerundinfinitiveparticiple Question #8TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the following abbreviations, tell how the italicized noun clause is used. S-Subject SC-subject complement DO-direct object of verb OP-object of preposition The bill must be paid by whoever purchased the lumber. DOSOPSC Question #9TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. The accountant desires to be honest rather than rich. type of verbal: gerundinfinitiveparticiple Question #10TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. Searching for something that she could wear, Sally pulled open the drawer in the dresser. type of clause: adjectivenounadverb Question #11TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the words of the complete subordinate clause in the sentence below. Then identify it as either an adjective or an adverb clause. The note repeated the telephone demand for $10, 000, which was to be delivered in unmarked bills. subordinate clause: the telephone demand for $10, 000which was to be delivered in unmarked billsThe note repeated the telephone demandwhich was to be delivered clause type:adverbadjective Question #12TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. The thief confessed to stealing the camera from the display. type of verbal: gerundinfinitiveparticiple Question #13TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. There was a kite, dangling from the telephone wires. type of verbal: gerundparticipleinfinitive Question #14TextMultipleChoice Score: Choose the correct relative pronoun to complete the sentence. Then identify the noun antecedent to which the pronoun refers. Renoir is a painter whichwhomwhosewho most people admire. antecedent: painterpeopleRenoir Question #15TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the words of the complete subordinate clause in the sentence below. Then identify it as either an adjective or an adverb clause. 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: directing him to go at once to a certain motel roomto go at once to a certain motel roomAfter he had waited an hourMr. Jones received a telephone call clause type:adverbadjective Question #16MultipleChoice Score: A clause in which one or more words are understood but omitted is called a(n) _____. appositivedangling participleelliptical clauseincomplete clause Question #17TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Wishing will never make your dreams come true. type of verbal: participlegerundinfinitive Question #18TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. He saw how eager she was to do her best. type of clause: adverbnounadjective Question #19MultipleChoice Score: A verbal which ends in -ing and is used as a noun is called a(n)____. appositivegerundinfinitiveparticiple Question #20TextMultipleChoice Score: 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 whowhichwhose had received training in Europe. antecedent: sculptureartistEuropeshopping center Question #21TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Anticipating the taste of the food, Father sat down at the table and carefully adjusted his napkin. type of verbal: participlegerundinfinitive Question #22TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the words of the complete subordinate clause in the sentence below. Then identify it as either an adjective or an adverb clause. There he was instructed to go to an alley that ran between two commercial buildings near the downtown area. subordinate clause: to go to an alleythat ran between two commercial buildings near the downtown areaan alley that ran between two commercial buildingshe was instructed to go to an alley clause type:adverbadjective Question #23TextMultipleChoice Score: Using the following abbreviations, tell how the italicized noun clause is used. S-Subject SC-subject complement DO-direct object of verb OP-object of preposition What you say about the Mid-East problem is true. DOSCOPS Question #24TextMultipleChoice Score: We have studied foureightthree kinds of verbals. Question #25TextMultipleChoice Score: Choose the correct relative pronoun to complete the sentence. Then identify the noun antecedent to which the pronoun refers. The Award for Excellence in Architectural Design will go to the architect whosewhichwhomwho the committee selects. antecedent: committeearchitectaward Question #26TextMultipleChoice Score: Select the words of the complete subordinate clause in the sentence below. Then identify it as either an adjective or an adverb clause. At six o'clock Mr. Jones and some undercover police officers boarded the bus as if they had been total strangers. subordinate clause: police officers boarded the bus as if they had been total strangersif they had been total strangersAt six o'clock Mr. Jones and some undercover police officers boarded the busas if they had been total strangers clause type:adjectiveadverb Question #27TextMultipleChoice Score: Read the sentence. Then complete the statements that follow it. The young artist was discovered living in poverty in an attic above a garage. The verbal phrase in this sentence is living in povertythe young artistliving in poverty in an attic above a garageliving in poverty in an attic. The phrase is a(n) participlegerundinfinitive. It is used as a(n) nounadjectiveadverb. Question #28TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Daily jogging is a good way to build one's strength and stamina. type of verbal: participleinfinitivegerund Question #29TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the italicized clause as a noun clause, an adjective clause, or an adverb clause. "We must plan a picnic for the holiday," said Mrs. Bailey, while the children were getting dressed. type of clause: adjectivenounadverb Question #30TextMultipleChoice Score: Choose the correct relative pronoun to complete the sentence. Then identify the noun antecedent to which the pronoun refers. The victim of the robbery, whicheverwhomeverwhoseverwhoever it is, must be unhappy. antecedent: robberyvictimunhappy Question #31TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the following italicized word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. Your telling me what you heard doesn't disturb me at all. type of verbal: gerundinfinitiveparticiple

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