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Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. He spoke sharply to his sister. B. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu. C. Joe looked sad at his broken bike. D. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it.
Weegy: The sentence with the correctly used modifier is: D. He spoke sharply to his sister. User: correct example of the singular possessive case Weegy: When we want to show that something belongs to somebody or something, we usually add 's to a singular noun and an apostrophe ' to a plural noun, for example: The boy's ball (1 boy) or The boys' ball. (2 or more boys) User: which one of the following is a correct example of the singular possessive case? User: which of the following sentence contains an italicized word that's used as a predicate adjective? Weegy: The correct answer is one that describes Jerry because a predicate adjective describes the subject. A tells where he looked; it's not the not choice. C also tells where he looked. D tells how and where he looked. B describes how Jerry appears. [ **** The problem is the verb "looks" because sometimes it is followed by a predicate adjective while at other times it may be followed by a prepositional phrase acting as an adverb (answering questions like when, where, how, why, etc.). ] User: plural ox Weegy: The plural of Ox is Oxen. User: plural of buffalo User: plural goose Weegy: The plural form of goose is GEESE. (More)
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possessive case stone's throw User: men's plans plural possessive case
Weegy: * Plural means more than one, often singified by adding an s, e.g. egg, eggs. * The possessive form or case shows possession . e.g. A house-martin's egg is white, smooth and non-glossy. [ ] User: which one of the following is a correct example of the plural possessive case? Weegy: * Plural means more than one, often singified by adding an s, e.g. egg, eggs. * The possessive form or case shows possession . e.g. A house-martin's egg is white, smooth and non-glossy. [ ] User: which one of the following is a correct example of the plural possessive case? Weegy: * Plural means more than one, often singified by adding an s, e.g. egg, eggs. * The possessive form or case shows possession . e.g. A house-martin's egg is white, smooth and non-glossy. [ ] User: which one of the following is a correct example of the plural possessive case? A.stone's throw, B. men's plans,C. it's place, D.woman's plans Weegy: A. men's plans is correct example of plural possessive case User: choose the simple subject in the followin sentence ,the tallest contestent won the prize Weegy: The tallest contestant won the prize. The simple subject is CONTESTANT. (More)
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wich sentence contains repetitious words that should be left out A.The bright star is visible.B.The bright star is visible to the eye.C.The star was visible centuries ago.D.The star will soon disappear.
Weegy: The sentence that contains a repetitious words that should be left out is: B. The bright star is visible to the eye. User: hello beautiful (More)
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