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Locate the gerund phrase and identify its noun use. Declining an invitation can be difficult.
Weegy: "declining an invitation can be difficult" is that the sentence given? User: yes Weegy: declining is the gerund phrase.. it is refering to the noun invitation. (More)
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Updated 5/2/2011 3:07:45 PM
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Declining is the gerund and its noun use is as the subject of the sentence.
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Locate the gerund phrase and identify its noun use. She dreams of skiing in Switzerland.
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The gerund phrase is skiing in Switzerland. It is the direct object of the sentence.
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She dreams of skiing in Switzerland.
Gerund Phrase: Skiing in Switzerland;
Noun Use: Predicate Nominative.
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Actually Andrew, I think we are both incorrect. I believe it is the object of the preposition "of"? I'm not 100% though. To be predicate nominate it would have to follow a linking verb, like her dream is skiing in Switzerland.
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I heard Melissa practicing the clarinet.
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Locate the gerund phrase and identify its noun use. He heard the chattering of the blue jays.
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chattering of the bluejays is the gerund phrase and it is the object of the sentence.
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He heard the chattering of the blue jays.
Gerund Phrase: Chattering of the blue jays
Use: Object

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Locate the participial phrase and the word modified. I heard Melissa practicing the clarinet.
Weegy: The answer is "I heard Melissa" (More)
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Updated 5/1/2014 1:34:23 AM
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The participal phrase is "practicing the clarinet". The word is modifies is Melissa.
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I heard Melissa practicing the clarinet.
Participial Phrase: Practicing the clarinet;
Word Modified: Melissa.
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