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What is a prepositional phrase in the sentence? Either you must stop eating my food from the refrigerator or you must pay me for it. A. must stop B. from the refrigerator C. eating my food D. pay me
Weegy: Either you must stop eating my food from the refrigerator or you must pay me for it. A prepositional phrase in this sentence is: from the refrigerator. User: How would you form a superlative for the adverb widely? A. Add the word less B. Add the suffix “est” C. Add the word most D. Remove the “ly” Weegy: To form a superlative of the adverb widely: add the word most. User: Which of the following words cannot be used as an adverb? A. Tally B. Widely C. Deeply D. Too Weegy: TALLY cannot be used as an adverb. User: What mark of punctuation is most closely associated with interjections? A. Exclamation point B. Comma C. Quotation marks D. Period Weegy: Exclamation points is most closely associated with interjections. User: In which one of the following sentences is the word too used like the word also? A. John had too much homework over the weekend. B. Harriman told Jake it was too bad about his mother. C. The dessert was too rich for his taste. D. Would you care if I went too? Weegy: The word too is used like the word also in the following sentence: DWould you care if I went too? User: Interjections are used most commonly in A. formal reports. B. memos. C. business letters. D. speech. Weegy: Interjections are used most commonly in speech. User: Which one of the following sentences correctly uses a comparative adjective? A. Of the three girls, Janet is the better speaker. B. George has a bigger appetite than Harry. C. This is the worse picture I've ever seen. D. Alicia is a gooder swimmer than Marilynn. Weegy: The sentence that correctly uses a comparative adjective is: George has a bigger appetite than Harry. User: In which sentence is the underlined word a preposition? A. Senator Young objected to the bill, but he didn't say why. B. The Constitution calls for equal rights for all. C. She skipped her breakfast, for it was getting late. D. It was a sunny day, but Jane remained ... (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 5:57:09 PM
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According to Hythloday in Utopia by Sir Thomas More, all of the following are problems in England except A. a school system that is underfunded B. capital punishment as a consequence for stealing C. nobles taking advantage of the poor D. the enclosure movement
Weegy: According to Hythloday in Utopia by Sir Thomas More, all of the following are problems in England except a school system that is underfunded. User: All of the following practices occur in Utopia except A. all citizens serve occasional two year shifts in the country farming the land B. public officials are elected C. women are equal to men D. some people are turned into slaves Weegy: A) all citizens serve occasional two year shifts in the country farming the land User: When Pat was in the hospital for three weeks, Jake was the interim manager. Based on the context, Interim probably means ___________. A. new B. promoted C. qualified D. temporary Weegy: When Pat was in the hospital for three weeks, Jake was the interim manager. Based on the context, Interim probably means D. temporary. An interim official is a person who is filling an official role temporarily. [ This can be in between two other people, or when the normal person is temporarily unable to do it and somebody else must fill in temporarily or without following the ordinary protocol. ] User: In 1984, why does O'Brien use rats to torture Winston? A. In the future, rats carry horrible diseases that make them more deadly than anything else. B. These are mutant rats that have razor sharp teeth and strong jaws. C. Winston is very afraid of rats. D. O'Brien doesn't want to kill Winston; he just wants to hurt Winston. Weegy: In 1984, why does O'Brien use rats to torture Winston? The answer is: D) O'Brien doesn't want to kill Winston; he just wants to hurt Winston. User: Flash floods are treacherous. It would not be smart to drive through one. Based on the context, treacherous probably means___________. A. dangerous B. deep C. exciting D. silly Weegy: Based on the context, treacherous probably means DANGEROUS. User: Which of the following sentences is written in first person point of view? A. Jack reported to the guidance office for his working papers. B. Jack ... (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 5:39:44 PM
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The sentences is written in first person point of view is I just got a job, but I'm pretty sure I have to receive my working papers before I can start.
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Which sentence below is properly punctuated? a. I am typing a letter, and she is talking on the phone. b. She finished her work and, then took a long lunch. c. Mae said "Why don't you come up and see me sometime "
Weegy: The properly punctuated sentence is: I am typing a letter, and she is talking on the phone. (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 2:48:17 PM
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A teacher is painting rectangular boards with chalkboard paint for her students. Each board has an area of 154 square inches. The bucket of paint she purchased covers 30 square feet. What is the maximum number of boards she will be able to paint entirely?
Weegy: A teacher is painting rectangular boards with chalkboard paint for her students. Each board has an area of 154 square inches. The bucket of paint she purchased covers 30 square feet. [ The maximum number of boards she will be able to paint entirely is 28 boards. 30 square feet = 4320 square inches / 154 square inches = 28.05 = 28 boards. ] (More)
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Asked 1 day ago|10/29/2014 2:21:14 PM
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When a writer focuses on writing from experience and showing insight, he/she is working on a. word choice. c. sentence fluency. b. ideas and content. d. presentation.
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 1:19:08 PM
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When a writer focuses on writing from experience and showing insight, he/she is working on ideas and content.
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Miss Emily Grierson, the protagonist in the story, is BEST described as
Weegy: Miss Emily Grierson is best described as the classic outsider, inhibiting and limiting the people's access to her real identity by hiding. (More)
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Asked 1 day ago|10/29/2014 12:11:00 PM
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Please read the following sentence to answer the question. Sonya, my Mother, owns a bakery, and she makes the best brownies in town. Is the word mother capitalized correctly in the sentence?
Weegy: The word "Mother" in the sentence "Sonya, my Mother, owns a bakery, and she makes the best brownies in town." is not correctly capitalized. (More)
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Asked 1 day ago|10/29/2014 11:41:20 AM
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Is the sentence simple, compound, or complex? She practices her basketball moves whenever she has time. A. complex B. compound C. simple
Weegy: She practices her basketball moves whenever she has time. The sentence is COMPLEX. User: Is the sentence simple, compound, or complex? My uncle and I built and then painted the tree house in our back yard. A. simple B. complex C. compound (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 11:20:34 AM
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Is the sentence simple, compound, or complex? Rebecca brushes and flosses her teeth each morning. A. complex B. simple C. compound
Weegy: Rebecca brushes and flosses her teeth each morning. This is a simple sentence. User: Is the sentence simple, compound, or complex? She wants salad, yet I crave a heartier meal. A. compound B. simple C. complex (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 11:19:44 AM
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She wants salad, yet I crave a heartier meal.
This is a COMPOUND sentence.
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Terris sister hung onto the rope above the river. "Help!" she called. What is wrong with the underlined word? A. It should have an apostrophe to indicate it is possessive. B. It is misspelled and should be corrected. C. It should be in quotation marks. D. It should be replaced with a pronoun.
Weegy: What is the underlined word? User: terris Weegy: Terris sister hung onto the rope above the river. "Help!" she called. What is wrong with the word "terris": It should have an apostrophe to indicate it is possessive. User: Read the sentence then answer the question. Rosalia felt confident after the test because she new all the material so well. What error in this sentence should be found during editing? A. punctuation B. capitalization C. spelling D. grammar (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 10:27:45 AM
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Rosalia felt confident after the test because she new all the material so well.The error in this sentence should be found during editing is spelling.
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Translate the sentence into an equation. Six less than a number is 14. A. 6 – n = 14 B. 6n = 14 C. n – 6 = 14 D. n = 14 – 6
Weegy: "Six less than a number is 14' can be translated into: n - 6 = 14. User: Translate the sentence into an equation. Five times the difference of a number and 8 is 45. A. 5 (m – 8) = 45 B. 5m – 8 = 45 C. m – 8 5 = 45 D. 5 (m + 8) = 45 Weegy: Five times the difference of a number and 8 is 45: The answer is 5 (m - 8) = 45 User: Choose the equation that models the problem. Luisa won 17 tennis matches last summer. She played a total of 26 matches. How many matches did she lose overall? Let l represent the number of games that Luisa lost. A. l – 17 = 26 B. l + 26 = 17 C. 17l = 26 D. l + 17 = 26 Weegy: The equation that models the problem is: l + 17 = 26 User: Nawaf has $60 in bills in his wallet. Four of the bills are $10 bills, and the rest are $5 bills. How many $5 bills does Nawaf have in his wallet? Nawaf has $5 bills. (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 10:04:56 AM
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Nawaf has $60 in bills in his wallet. Four of the bills are $10 bills, and the rest are $5 bills. Nawaf has 4 $5 bills.
[60-(4*10)]/5 = 20/5 = 4
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She smiled ________ than before. a. more happily b. happier c. most happily
Weegy: She smiled MORE HAPPILY than before. User: Ramon was dressed very (professional, professionally) for his job interview. a. professional b. professionally (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 10:03:16 AM
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Ramon was dressed very professional for his job interview.
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Which answer best describes the verb tenses in the sentence? Before she tries the lock, we went to the back door. A. The verb tenses shift. B. The verb tenses are consistent.
Weegy: The verb tenses shift. tries= present, went= past tense User: Which answer corrects the shift in verb tense in the sentence? After letting the dishes soak, I rinse them in the sink and dried them with a towel. A. After letting the dishes soak, I had rinsed them in the sink and dry them with a towel. B. After letting the dishes soak, I rinsed them in the sink and will dry them with a towel. C. After letting the dishes soak, I rinsed them in the sink and dried them with a towel. D. After letting the dishes soak, I am rinsing them in the sink and dried them with a towel. Weegy: Which answer corrects the shift in verb tense in the sentence? After letting the dishes soak, I rinsed them in the sink and dried them with a towel. User: Which answer corrects the shift in verb tense in the sentence? Tarik repaired the tires on his bicycle, and he takes it for a ride. A. Tarik will repair the tires on his bicycle, and he takes it for a ride. B. Tarik repaired the tires on his bicycle, and he took it for a ride. C. Tarik repaired the tires on his bicycle, and he had taken it for a ride. D. Tarik has repaired the tires on his bicycle, and he takes it for a ride. (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 9:42:15 AM
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The following answer corrects the shift in verb tense in the sentence:

Tarik repaired the tires on his bicycle, and he took it for a ride.
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When the narrator is open with the reader about the piece’s fictional nature, he or she is said to be ____________________. a. insecure c. limited b. self-conscious d. self-reflexive
Weegy: When the narrator is open with the reader about the piece's fictional nature, he or she is said to be self-conscious. (More)
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 7:50:02 AM
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If a person has blood type A, he or she cannot receive a blood transfusion from a person with blood type O.
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Updated 1 day ago|10/29/2014 7:12:14 AM
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If a person has blood type A, he or she cannot receive a blood transfusion from a person with blood type O. This is False.
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Juliet loses trust in Nurse at the end of Act 3 because the nurse __________. A. believes that Romeo is dead B. recommends that she run away C. advises her to marry Paris D. brings too much bad news
Weegy: Juliet loses trust in Nurse at the end of Act 3 because the nurse advises her to marry Paris. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|10/29/2014 4:58:21 AM
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Which of the following sentences contains an indefinite pronoun? A. This is Mary's necklace. B. The flowers, which were just planted, need watering. C. The team congratulated one another on a job well done. D. Her car's battery died because she left the lights on.
Weegy: The sentence that contains an indefinite pronoun is: The team congratulated one another on a job well done. User: Which one of the following sentences contains a collective noun? A. The legislature met in secret session. B. Who among you is a butcher, a baker, or a candlestick maker? C. Listen, my children, and you shall hear. D. The quality of mercy is not strained. (More)
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Updated 2 days ago|10/29/2014 4:57:26 AM
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The sentence with a collective noun is: The legislature met in secret session.
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