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Locate the complete adjective phrase and the noun modified. The conductor of the train collected the tickets. Adjective Phrase: Modified Noun:
The conductor of the train collected the tickets. Adjective clause: of the train. Noun modified: conductor.
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Select the verbal; indicate whether it is a participle, gerund, or infinitive; and indicate how it functions in the sentence. Sprinting, the gazelle outran the three lionesses. Function:
Weegy: The answer is: Sprinting = gerund User: Select the sentence that uses a prepositional phrase as an adjective. Christa chose to critique the novel Oliver Twist. The main character of this book does not change much. The student receiving the achievement award should represent his class. Earning money has been a difficult task lately. Choose your words with great care. My job is leading me to rethink my future plans. Weegy: Choose your words with great care. User: Identify the function of the phrase contained in the following sentence. Her main concern was wearing a diamond necklace. subject direct object predicate nominative adverb adjective object of a preposition Weegy: Direct Object User: Identify the function of the phrase contained in the following sentence. Many scientists have been researching the possibility of Black Holes. subject direct object predicate nominative adverb adjective object of a preposition Weegy: Direct Object User: Select the sentence that uses a prepositional phrase as an adverb. Christa chose to critique the novel Oliver Twist. The main character of this book does not change much. The student receiving the achievement award should represent his class. Earning money has been a difficult task lately. Choose your words with great care. My job is leading me to rethink my future plans. Weegy: Choose your words with great care. User: Identify the phrase contained in the following sentence. Choose your words with great care. participle gerund infinitive preposition Weegy: The answer is gerund. User: Select the sentence that uses a participial phrase. Christa chose to critique the novel Oliver Twist. The main character of this book does not change much. The student receiving the achievement award should represent his class. Earning money has been a difficult task lately. Choose your words with great care. My job is leading me to rethink my future plans. Weegy: Earning money has been a difficult task ... (More)
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The sentence that uses a prepositional phrase as an adjective is: The main character of this book does not change much.
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Her main concern was wearing a diamond necklace.
'wearing a diamond necklace' is a predicate nominative.
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Choose your words with great care.
'with great care' is a prepositon phrase.
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The sentence that uses a participial phrase is: The student receiving the achievement award should represent his class.
The participle is 'receiving'. The participle phrase is 'receiving the achievement award'. It modifies the noun student, so it is used as an adjective.
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Eusph, Earning money is a gerund phrase because it is used as a noun.
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Locate the verbal in the following sentence and identify its verbal form. Few pastimes are more enjoyable than reading. infinitive participle gerund
Weegy: The verbal is enjoyable, verbal form enjoy and it functions as a participle. (More)
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Few pastimes are more enjoyable than reading.
Verbal: Reading;
Type: Gerund

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Weegy: I heard the voices of the children. Adjective phrase: of the children. Word modified: voices. User: Locate the complete adjective phrase and the noun modified. The study of American literature is rewarding. Adjective Phrase: Modified Noun: Weegy: The study of American literature is rewarding. Adjective phrase: of American literature. Word modified: study. (More)
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