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Choose the connective that belongs in the blank. She left the party early. Next she went to a movie. _______ she went home. A. Meanwhile B. First C. Next D. Finally
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She left the party early. Next she went to a movie. Finally she went home.
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Which sentence contains an action verb? A. Lynn is pretty. B. Her dog seems fierce. C. Mary works every day. D. She was lazy last year.
Weegy: The sentence that contains an action verb is: Mary works every day. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|9/1/2015 7:27:31 AM
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What is the definition of “symbol”?
Weegy: A symbol is an object that represents, stands for, or suggests an idea, visual image, belief, action, or material entity. User: I knew a woman, lovely in her bones, When small birds sighed, she would sigh back at them; Ah, when she moved, she moved more ways than one: The shapes a bright container can contain! Of her choice virtues only gods should speak, Or English poets who grew up on Greek (I’d have them sing in chorus, cheek to cheek). Source: Source: Roethke, Theodore. “I Knew a Woman.” The Collected Poems of Theodore Roethke. New York: Random House Inc., 1961. Poetry Foundation. Web. 9 June 2011. Which excerpt best illustrates a contemplative mood? (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|9/1/2015 6:06:18 AM
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Which sentence features a shift in tense? A. She is breaking the plates she is carrying. B. Grammar has always been the secret to good writing. C. He bought a car two weeks ago, and then he goes and buys a motorcycle last week! D. The live broadcast will last until this evening, and then the station will return to its former programming.
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Updated 2 days ago|9/1/2015 3:03:56 AM
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The sentence that features a shift in tense is: He bought a car two weeks ago, and then he goes and buys a motorcycle last week!
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Which of the following is NOT a requirement of becoming a House representative? A. must be at least 25 years old B. must have at least a college degree C. must have been a citizen for 7 years D. must live in the state he or she represents
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Updated 2 days ago|9/1/2015 2:51:51 AM
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The following is NOT a requirement of becoming a House representative: must have at least a college degree.
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Which of the following sentences contains an abstract noun? A. She thought we should have left earlier. B. Respect must be earned. C. I hope that we are not late. D. They did a good job planning the party.
Weegy: The following sentence contains an abstract noun: Respect must be earned. User: What is the adjective in the sentence "The red truck was parked behind the garage"? A. behind B. parked C. truck D. red Weegy: The red truck was parked behind the garage. The adjective is: red. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|9/1/2015 2:12:06 AM
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Adverbs can modify all of the following except A. other adverbs. B. nouns. C. adjectives. D. verbs.
Weegy: Adjectives modify nouns. User: In which of the following sentences is the word down used as an adverb? A. The ball moved down the street towards the intersection. B. Ricky rolled down the car window to place his order at the coffee shop. C. Just as she was standing to give her presentation, Ashlee fell down. D. Gail fell down the steps because she tripped on her untied shoelace. Weegy: The word down is used as an adverb in this sentence: Just as she was standing to give her presentation, Ashlee fell down. User: In which sentence is the word but used as a preposition? A. Children should be seen but not heard. B. We would like to visit the Grand Canyon, but our vacation time is up. C. John liked baseball but not football. D. None but the brave shall enter in. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|9/1/2015 2:07:22 AM
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Adverbs can modify all of the following except NOUNS.
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How would you form a superlative for the adverb widely? A. Add the suffix “est” B. Add the word most C. Remove the “ly” D. Add the word less
Weegy: To form a superlative of the adverb widely: add the word most. User: 1) Brenda would have liked to have taken her vacation at the beach. (2) However, the weather forecast on the television called for rain. (3) Also, her fiancé, Max, wanted to vacation in the mountains. (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. (5) They would spend their vacation time at Spring Lake. (6) That way, Max could fish, and Brenda could enjoy swimming. 14. Which one of the following sentences does not contain a prepositional phrase? A. Sentence 6 B. Sentence 5 C. Sentence 2 D. Sentence 3 Weegy: The answer is C. Sentence 6 User: What is a prepositional phrase in the sentence? A. from the refrigerator B. pay me C. eating my food D. must stop User: In which one of the following sentences is but used as a preposition? A. We discovered that Candy will do anything but work. B. I would like to return to Italy, but I have no money. C. I wanted to leave, but I was embarrassed to do so. D. The lake is pretty, but it's too cold for swimming. User: What mark of punctuation is most closely associated with interjections? A. Exclamation point B. Comma C. Quotation marks D. Period Weegy: D Exclamation points User: Brenda would have liked to have taken her vacation at the beach. (2) However, the weather forecast on the television called for rain. (3) Also, her fiancé, Max, wanted to vacation in the mountains. (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. (5) They would spend their vacation time at Spring Lake. (6) That way, Jack could fish and Brenda could enjoy swimming. 18. In sentence 4, what is "After a heated discussion"? A. An adjective phrase B. A dependent clause C. A prepositional phrase D. An independent clause Weegy: (4) After a heated discussion, Brenda and Max decided to compromise. After a heated discussion is a prepositional ... (More)
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Sonya, my Mother, owns a bakery, and she makes the best brownies in town. Is the word mother capitalized correctly in the sentence? A. No, because a possessive pronoun comes before the word. B. Yes, since Sonya must be capitalized, so should mother. C. No, because it is a parenthetical element. D. Yes, since Sonya is the owner of the bakery.
Weegy: Sonya, my Mother, owns a bakery, and she makes the best brownies in town. Is the word mother capitalized correctly? No, because a possessive pronoun comes before the word. User: Which of the following sentences contains correct usage of its/it's? A. My grandmother always said, "Its not if you win or lose, but how you play the game." B. Let's go out on Friday; it's my birthday! C. Its only a game. D. The dog chased it's tail until it got dizzy. Weegy: Let's go out on Friday; it's my birthday! contains correct usage of its/it's. User: . Carly just rented an apartment, and she will need to sign and date her lease. Which of the following is not a correct way for her to write out the date? A. 01/25/14 B. 25 January 2014 C. 2014, January 25 D. January 25, 2014 (More)
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Asked 2 days ago|8/31/2015 11:46:57 PM
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(1) As soon as Loraine arrived in town, she phoned Dee. (2) However Dee was not home. (3) Discouraged, by this Loraine walked four blocks to a coffee shop. (4) She hoped Darlene her old friend would be there. (5) When she got to the coffee shop, Loraine found that Darlene was not there. (6) Loraine asked one of the waitresses where Darlene was, and she learned that Darlene had moved to Delaware. 7. Which sentence in the passage contains a parenthetical element that should be set off by ...
Weegy: Sentence 4 " She hoped Darlene her old friend would be there." -is the sentence that contains a parenthetical element that should be set off by commas. User: . Which one of the following titles is capitalized correctly? A. The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles B. The hunger games C. Bridge To Terabithia D. Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone User: Each sentence below contains two apostrophes. Which sentence gives an example of an apostrophe used to show possession, as well as one that is used as a contraction? A. Let's see whom we'll call on next. B. It's Howard's fault. C. Lady's slippers were under Carol's bed. D. I can't say whether it's hers. Weegy: D. It's Howard's fault User: The process of brainstorming involves A. making a list of ideas. B. writing a first draft. C. editing your work. D. checking punctuation and capitalization. Weegy: The process of brainstorming involves making a list of ideas. (More)
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Which of the given responses is a proper noun from the sentence below. Who would have ever guessed that she would actually give Henry Smith her love? a. love c. she b. Henry Smith d. guess
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Updated 2 days ago|8/31/2015 10:50:46 PM
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Who would have ever guessed that she would actually give Henry Smith her love?
The proper noun is: Henry Smith.
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Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu. B. Joe looked sad at his broken bike. C. He spoke sharply to his sister. D. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it.
Weegy: Its A. I feel goodly now that I'm over the flu. User: Choose the simple subject in the following sentence. The tallest contestant won the prize. A. tallest B. won C. prize D. contestant Weegy: The simple subject of the sentence "The tallest contestant won the prize." is Contestant. User: If you grow 523 eggplants and sell 378, how many do you have left? A. 901 B. 197 C. 154 D. 145 Weegy: A. 145 User: . The product of 7/16, 4/3, and 1/2 is A. 2 13/48. B. 7/24. C. 21/32. D. 7/12. Weegy: 7/16 * 4/3 * 1/2 = 7/24 User: Divide 969 by 26. A. 37 r 7 B. 29 r 17 C. 32 r 6 D. 28 r 5 Weegy: C. 37 r 7 969/26= 37.3 37.7 IS THE CLOSEST OPTION User: If 28% of a sum is $100.80, what is the sum? A. $282.24 B. $129.02 C. $277.78 D. $360.00 Weegy: 100/28 * 100.80 (= 360) Answer is B. $360.00 User: . If you mow 24 lawns and earn $10.50 for each lawn, your total earnings are A. $2,520.00. B. $214.20. C. $25.20. D. $252.00. Weegy: total earning would be A. $252.00 24 multiplied by $10.50 User: The total of 42, 75, 189, 301, and 728 is A. 1,533. B. 1,335. C. 1,297. D. 2,301. Weegy: 42 + 75 + 189 + 301 + 728 = 1,335. Your answer is A. 1,335. User: The quotient of 794.1 divided by 7.61, expressed to two decimal places, is A. 104.35. B. 95.83. C. 1,043.50. D. 786.49. Weegy: D. 104.35 User: Express the fractions 3/4, 7/16, and 5/8 with the LCD. A. 9/16, 49/16, 36/16 B. 24/32, 14/32, 24/32 C. 12/16, 7/16, 10/16 D. 3/4, 2/4, 3/4 Weegy: 3/4, 7/16, and 5/8 with the LCD is: 12/16, 7/16, 10/16 User: Express the decimal 2.39 as a percent. A. 23.9% B. 240% C. 239% D. .239% User: . The sum of 1/6, 2/3, and 1/4 is A. 13/12, or 1 1/12. B. 2/72, or 1/36. C. 11/12. D. 4/12, or 1/3. Weegy: 1/6 + 2/3 + 1/4 = 2/12 + 8/12 + 3/12 = (2 + 8 + 3) / 12 = 13/12 = 1 1/12 so its A. User: 11. You wish to mentally estimate the total cost of items that have the ... (More)
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Moneys taken out of a salary for such things as taxes, medical insurance, and retirement funds are called deductions..
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Which of the following sentences has a relative clause? A. The audience applauded the ambassador, who spoke for one-half hour. B. The bus stopped at the corner, but she forgot to get off. C. Many young people are searching for jobs. D. Tony ate the pizza and then went to the movies.
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Updated 2 days ago|8/31/2015 10:41:24 PM
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The following sentence has a relative clause: The audience applauded the ambassador, who spoke for one-half hour.
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Which one of the following sentences is an example of a metaphor? A. She eats like a bird. B. I'm as hungry as a wolf. C. I am a rock. D. The breeze blew the branches back and forth.
Weegy: The following sentences is an example of a metaphor: I am a rock. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|8/31/2015 9:56:24 PM
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Which of the following statements is a fact? A. Terrorists should be caught and put away forever. B. Green is a calming color. C. Never hit a puppy. D. The number of diagnosed cases of ADHD has risen in the past five years.
Weegy: Which of the following statements is a fact? D. The number of diagnosed cases of ADHD has risen in the past five years. User: Read the following scenario and answer the question below. Sarah is a local politician running for a seat on the city council. She is preparing a speech she will give tomorrow to a group consisting of senior citizens and members of the PTA (Parents Teachers Association). She is hoping her speech will increase support for her campaign. Evaluate the following details Sara plans on including in her speech and put them in order from most important to least important to supporting her argument. I – Education II – Nonpolitical leadership experience III – Political management experience IV – Family and personal background A. IV, III, II, I B. II, III, I, IV C. III, II, I, IV D. I, II, III, IV Weegy: Sara should plan here argument as follows. I IV II She should concentrate on certain areas that will hit a nerve with certain people. User: Classify the following statement. I have worked in law enforcement for over thirty years and I can tell you without a doubt that people between the ages of 15 and 24 are more likely to get arrested than any other age group. A. opinion B. lie C. fact D. informed opinion Weegy: The statement is an informed opinion. User: Read the following scenario and answer the question below. Sarah is a local politician running for a seat on the city council. She is preparing a speech she will give tomorrow to a group consisting of senior citizens and members of the PTA (Parents Teachers Association). She is hoping her speech will increase support for her campaign. Which of the following facts should Sarah include in her speech? A. According to a watchdog group, Sara has a 99% rate of returning citizen phone calls. B. According to her grandmother, Sara finds helping people to be the most rewarding part of her life. C. According to one of her neighbors, Sara cares about the people she represents ... (More)
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Asked 2 days ago|8/31/2015 9:36:24 PM
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Select the sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly. A. Be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between he and I. B. I sat between him and her during the sales conference. C. Just between you and I, I am not impressed by our new manager. D. I hope she will keep this between she and I.
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Updated 2 days ago|8/31/2015 9:25:41 PM
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The sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly is: I sat between him and her during the sales conference.
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Correct the sentence by selecting the correct pronoun usage. Two of the better runners were he and she.
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Updated 2 days ago|8/31/2015 9:21:14 PM
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Two of the better runners were he and she. The sentence is correct as is.
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Identify the type of logical fallacy found in the following argument: Susan did not study for the test at all, so she failed the test. A. appeal to pity B. personal attack C. none D. false dilemma and appeal to logic
Weegy: D. false dilemma and appeal to logic User: Given the issues of the historical period, why were logical fallacies used to persuade American people during World War II? A. Americans were told the complete truth about the war during the World War II era. B. Logical fallacies were only used by the United States’ enemies during World War II as a way to create more fear in their citizens about the dangers of the United States military. C. Logical fallacies were truthful statements used by American soldiers while fighting in war zones to help persuade the enemy soldiers to surrender to the United States. D. Logical fallacies played on the fears and emotions of the American people, which allowed for manipulating them into service. Americans were desperately needed during wartime to continue production that sustained the overseas military as well as the nation’s demands for labor, goods, and food. Weegy: The logical fallacies used to persuade American people during World War II: Logical fallacies were only used by the United States? enemies during World War II as a way to create more fear in their citizens about the dangers of the United States [ military. ] User: Which of the following concerns of the World War II era is NOT used in this propaganda poster? A. concern for country more than the individual B. concern for continued production of goods and services C. concern for survival of the nation beyond the war, which depends on sacrifice by the American people D. concern for people understanding the cultures of enemy nations Weegy: Among the following concerns of the World War II era D. concern for people understanding the cultures of enemy nations is NOT used in this propaganda poster. User: Identify the type of logical fallacy found in the following argument: Either you can vote for Smith for president, or you can watch the country be destroyed. A. none B. personal attack C. appeal to emotion D. false dilemma Weegy: Either you can vote for ... (More)
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Which of these lines contains a metaphor? A. You are like a sun to me. B. She offered him a hundred-watt smile. C. Now is your final hour. D. Like unto death was her countenance.
Weegy: She offered him a hundred-watt smile contains a metaphor. (More)
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