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Odysseus says he respects one person "more than any man alive." Who is that person
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Who is Theoclymenus
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Like adjectives, adverbs with one syllable form the _____ by adding -er to the positive.
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Like adjectives, adverbs with one syllable form the COMPARATIVE by adding -er to the positive.
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A gerund phrase functions in a sentence as a(n) _____.
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A gerund phrase functions in a sentence as a NOUN.

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Main clauses express a complete thought and appear in , compound, complex and compound-complex sentence.

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Identify the type of subordinate clause in the following sentence. The man who bought the coat forgot his umbrella. noun adjective adverb
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The man who bought the coat forgot his umbrella. Subordinate clause: who bought the coat. Type: adjective clause.

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