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In the following sentence, which word is an adverb used to modify an adjective? It was quite late for a telephone call.
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quite is an adverb used to modify the word late.
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Thousands of years ago, fish were caught in nets and traps User: Which sentence contains an action verb? User: The strikers will return to work when the union representatives have completed their negotiations User: Which of the following is an interjection?
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time out you are confussing mr
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time out you are confussing mr
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Which of the following is a run-on sentence? A. The house was owned by the mayor. B. Mike joined the army, and he became more disciplined during the training. C. Karen's uncle arrives tomorrow she wants to see him. D. We like to take a walk after dinner.
Weegy: The answer is c.) Karen's uncle arrives tomorrow she wants to see him. User: Which sentence uses correct parallel construction?A.The painter wore glasses, gloves, and boots. B. Most people enjoy ice cream and the plant grows. C. You can either talk to the manager about your problem or writing a letter to the president of the company. D. Anyone who is going to work here will have to be athletic, an intelligent person, and have a good sense of humor. Weegy: D. User: Which of the following is a fragment? A. The truth can be unpleasant. B. The rams locked horns, and the tourists watched them from far away. C. The dancer floated across the stage. D. The canoe with the blue stripes (More)
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D. The canoe with the blue stripes. there are no verb in this sentence. So, this is a fragment. . Please, rate the answer “Good” and let us grow if you are satisfied. Thank you for the interest. Best wishes.
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Which one of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? A. The sea calmed but no boats left shore. B. The sea calmed, but no boats left shore. C. The sea calmed; but no boats, left shore. D. The sea, calmed, but no boats, left shore.
Weegy: D. The sea, calmed, but no boats, left shore. gy. User: How could you combine the following two sentences into one compound sentence? The rabbit jumped into the bushes. The dog followed it. A. After the rabbit jumped into the bushes, the dog followed it. B. The dog and the rabbit jumped into the bushes. C. The rabbit jumped into the bushes, and the dog followed it. D. The dog followed the rabbit when it jumped into the bushes. (More)
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The first answer should be B. The sea calmed, but no boats left shore. There are way too many incorrectly used punctuation marks in D. And I believe the answer to the second question is C. The rabbit jumped into the bushes, and the dog followed it. A compound sentence uses the one of the words "for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so".
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Which of the following is a compound sentence? A. Kim will take her daughter shopping when she learns to behave in public. B. Sue gave Jim a new racket, and he left for the tennis courts. C. Rain and heavy winds caused damage along the coast. D. We found our way home without a map.
Weegy: D. We found our way home without a map. User: Which of the following pairs of ideas could be combined into a compound sentence? (Remember that only related ideas should be joined into a compound sentence.) A. The days became longer. The children could play outside later. B. The street lights were dim. The play was a success. C. The weather had changed. The house seemed deserted. D. We watched the news on television. The girls walked quickly to school. Weegy: D. We watched the news on television. The girls walked quickly to school. User: In which sentence is the punctuation correct? A. Marge "said The train is just leaving." B. Marge said The train is just leaving C. Marge said "The train is just leaving". D. Marge said, "The train is just leaving." Weegy: D. Marge said, "The train is just leaving." (More)
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The answer to the first question should have been B. Sue gave Jim a new racket, and he left for the tennis courts. This holds two clauses connected by a coordinating word. I don't believe the second answer is D either. Those two pieces of information are not very relative. A. The days became longer. The children could play outside later. The answer 'A' is the only one there that really makes sense.
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