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Locate the complete gerund or infinitive phrase and identify its noun use. The seal was skillful at balancing balls on his nose.
Weegy: A gerund is a verb used like a noun. Gerunds frequently end in ing. trying is the gerund User: Locate the complete infinitive phrase and identify its noun use. The seal was skillful at balancing balls on his nose. Weegy: I am sorry. Maybe you have the wrong sentence. Infinitive phrase is always compose of to + verb. for example:We had an opportunity to watch the fireworks. Infinitive phrase: to watch the fireworks (infinitive plus direct object of infinitive). [ The whole phrase is acting like an adjective, answering the question, "which opportunity?" and thus, modifies the word, opportunity. ] (More)
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The seal was skillful at balancing balls on his nose.
The gerund phrase is: balancing balls on his nose. Noun use is: object of a preposition (at).
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How does the verbal function in this sentence. There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative
Weegy: i think its Direct Object. User: How does the verbal function in this sentence. We must not shrink from exploring our mistakes as well as our successes. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative Weegy: shrink User: How does the verbal function in this sentence. We must not shrink from exploring our mistakes as well as our successes. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative Weegy: do you want to know the verb functioning in thids sentence? (More)
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There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. The verbal "to do" functions as an ADJECTIVE.
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We must not shrink from exploring our mistakes as well as our successes. The verbal "exploring" is a gerund and functions as an object of a preposition. (from).
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Select the sentence type and explain why. Neither Jennifer, Thomas, nor I had ever seen the likes of that giant cheeseburger. cheeseburger. A. Fragment B. Simple C. Compound D. Complex E. Compound-Complex
Weegy: Neither Jennifer, Thomas, nor I had ever seen the likes of that giant cheeseburger. The sentence is compound. (More)
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Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy.
Weegy: Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the verb. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. Weegy: Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the subject. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. Weegy: The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. User: Select the sentence that contains a clause used to modify the verb. The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. Geoff fell off the ladder into the pool because he was dizzy. . (More)
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The French girl who wears the yellow leather coat was here about an hour ago. This sentence contains a clause that modifies the subject. "who wears the yellow leather coat" modifies the girl (subject).
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Locate the prepositional phrase and identify its use. Everything in the house must be sold.
Weegy: "In the house" is the prepositional phrase. User: identify the use of the prepositional phrase. Everything in the house must be sold. Weegy: "In the house" is the prepositional phrase. User: identify the use of the prepositional phrase. Everything in the house must be sold. adverb adjective Weegy: The adverb prepositional phrase is "in the house" because it tells where the event will occur. (More)
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Everything in the house must be sold. "in the house" is a prepositional phrase acting as an adjective because it modifies "everything".
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