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A participial phrase functions in a sentence as a(n) _____. A.adverb B.adjective C.noun
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User: A participial phrase functions in a sentence as a(n) _____. A.adverb B.adjective C.noun

Weegy: C.noun
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User: Select all that apply. An infinitive phrase can function in a sentence as a(n) _____. A.noun B.adjective C.verb D.adverb

Weegy: A.noun B.adjective C.verb
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User: Main clauses express a complete thought and appear in _____ sentences. A-compound B-complex C-compound-complex D-all of the above

Weegy: B-complex
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