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can be neither seen nor touched superlative degree 2. has a receiver named adverb suffix 3. has no receiver named joint ownership 4. expresses highest or lowest degree of comparison transitive verb 5. add sign of possession to last name adjective 6. indicates time intransitive verb 7. -ly abstract noun 8. modifies a noun verb tense
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Updated 9/2/2011 6:52:26 AM
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Your question seems to be incomplete. Can you rephrase your question or provide the complete question?
Added 5/14/2011 12:27:31 AM
Match each term to its definition.
Added 7/18/2011 3:39:44 PM
1. can be neither seen nor touched. superlative degree 2. has a receiver named. abstract noun 3. has no receiver named. intransitive verb 4. expresses highest or lowest degree of comparison. joint ownership 5. add sign of possession to last name. transitive verb 6. indicates time. adjective 7. -ly. verb tense 8. modifies a noun . adverb suffix Match each term to its definition.
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Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Jolene went to the city to find a new job.
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Italics do not translate to our system when you asked the question. Even if the question is in italics when you paste it in. The italics do not show in our system as italics.
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He is the _____ member of the club. contentest most content
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2.most content
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This aisle is _____ than that one. narrower more narrow
Weegy: more narrow User: That is an example of the survival of the _____. fittest most fit (More)
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The answer is survival of the fittest.
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This aisle is NARROWER than that one.

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That is an example of the survival of the fittest.
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I think that he is the _____ dog in the contest. handsomest most handsome
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I think that he is the __most handsome___ dog in the contest.
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