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Which of the following sentences contains an italicized word that's used as a predicate adjective? A. Jerry looks ill today. B. Jerry looks into the microscope. C. Jerry looks at the map. D. Jerry looks disdainfully at the pile of laundry.
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User: Which of the following sentences contains an italicized word that's used as a predicate adjective? A. Jerry looks ill today. B. Jerry looks into the microscope. C. Jerry looks at the map. D. Jerry looks disdainfully at the pile of laundry.

Weegy: The sentence that contains a word that's used as a predicate adjective is: Jerry looks ill today. The predicate adjective is the word ill.
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User: Choose the sentence below in which of is used correctly. A. The three girls might of broken the records. B. We should of left early. C. The boys surrendered, but they should of fought. D. The bird flew north of the beach.

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"The bird flew north of the beach" is the sentence in which the word "of" is used correctly.
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