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How are the sentence patterns for asking questions different from the sentence patterns for making statements? A. Questions are typically much shorter than statements. B. Questions don't use pronouns or adjectives. C. Questions usually start with a helping verb or adverb. D. Questions always include a direct and indirect object.
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User: How are the sentence patterns for asking questions different from the sentence patterns for making statements? A. Questions are typically much shorter than statements. B. Questions don't use pronouns or adjectives. C. Questions usually start with a helping verb or adverb. D. Questions always include a direct and indirect object.

Weegy: How are the sentence patterns for asking questions different from the sentence patterns for making statements? -Questions usually start with a helping verb or adverb.
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User: What error in parallelism is made in the following sentence? Not only vacuuming, but the family wants to dust and straighten up the whole house. A. It uses inconsistency in a series. B. It omits a relative clause. C. It uses imperfect coordinating structure. D. It changes subjects.

Weegy: Not only vacuuming, but the family wants to dust and straighten up the whole house. This sentence makes an error in parallelism because: It changes subjects.
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User: An adjectival clause always includes a/an A. relative pronoun. B. infinitive verb. C. direct object. D. conjunction.

Weegy: An adjectival clause always includes a relative pronoun.
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User: Which of the following is an example of a run-on sentence? A. The garden was in full bloom; the sunflowers were the tallest. B. Lindsey was exhausted she had not gotten enough sleep for weeks. C. The music was incredibly loud, and Sheila loved every song. D. Although she was positive she had finished her homework.

Weegy: The following is an example of a run-on sentence: Lindsey was exhausted she had not gotten enough sleep for weeks.
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User: How could you combine the following two sentences into a complex sentence with a dependent adjectival clause? The boy wore a green coat. He carried his sister home. A. The boy wore a green coat, and he carried his sister home. B. The boy wore a green coat; he carried his sister home. C. The boy carried home his sister's green coat. D. The boy who wore a green coat carried his sister home.

Weegy: The sentences combined into a complex sentence with a dependent adjective clause: The boy who wore a green coat carried his sister home.
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User: Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? A. It will typically include the relative pronoun which. B. It will follow a proper noun. C. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. D. It will be set off by commas.

Weegy: It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. This is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause.
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User: In which sentence are the italicized words a dependent clause? A. She wanted to leave early, or she wanted to stay overnight. B. She became angry, but she would not leave without her brother. C. The diving board broke when she jumped into the pool. D. She went swimming, and her brother went boating.

Weegy: The diving board broke when she jumped into the pool. This sentence contains a dependent clause "when she jumped into the pool".
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User: Which one of these sentences contains a prepositional phrase? A. Trolls live under bridges; elves do not. B. Where did you find the papers that I lost? C. To be, or not to be: that is the question. D. You may think otherwise, but what I tell you is true.

Weegy: The sentence that contains a prepositional phrase is: Trolls live under bridges; elves do not.
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User: Which of the following sentences is a compound sentence? A. Although I was in a hurry, I still wanted to get a hot latte to go. B. Both the barista and the cashier gave me a huge, welcoming smile. C. The coffee shop was usually full, but today there were many open tables. D. The line was significantly shorter than usual which was a relief.

Weegy: The coffee shop was usually full, but today there were many open tables. -is a compound sentence.
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User: What type of internal punctuation is used to indicate someone is speaking? A. Exclamation mark B. Apostrophe C. Semicolon D. Quotation marks

Weegy: Quotation marks are internal punctuation used to indicate someone is speaking.
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User: Which of the following is a complex sentence? A. Sue gave Jim a new racket, and he left for the tennis courts. B. As I expected, she showed up late. C. Eileen bought pants but not a new jacket. D. Mark wanted blueberry pie and vanilla ice cream.

Weegy: The following is a complex sentence: As I expected, she showed up late.
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User: Which of the following sentences is correct? A. A clause has a subject and verb, but a phrase does not. B. A phrase is a group of related words, but a clause is not. C. A clause is a group of related words, but a phrase is not. D. A phrase has a subject and verb, but a clause does not.

Weegy: The true statement is: A clause has a subject and a verb; a phrase does not.
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User: In which of the following sentences is a semicolon used correctly? A. Joe watered the garden but the plants; did not grow. B. Joe watered; the garden yet the plants did not grow. C. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. D. Joe watered the garden and; the plants did not grow.

Weegy: The sentence in which a semicolon is used correctly is:
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User: In which of the following sentences is a semicolon used correctly? A. Joe watered the garden but the plants; did not grow. B. Joe watered; the garden yet the plants did not grow. C. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. D. Joe watered the garden and; the plants did not grow.

Weegy: The sentence in which a semicolon is used correctly is:
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Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. -semicolon is used correctly.
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