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How is a compound sentence formed? A. By joining a dependent and independent clause with a conjunction B. By joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction C. By joining two independent clauses and one dependent clause D. By joining a simple sentence with a dependent clause
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A compound sentence is formed by joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction.
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Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. I felt much better. B. The day ended with many surprises. C. We can't leave without seeing her. D. The nurse felt my pulse.
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The sentence that has a subject complement is:
I felt much better.
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Which of the following is a fragment? A. The rams locked horns, and the tourists watched them from far away. B. The truth can be unpleasant. C. The canoe with the blue stripes. D. The dancer floated across the stage.
Weegy: A fragment is: The canoe with the blue stripes. User: Which sentence contains italicized words that are used as an infinitive phrase? A. Tom went there for some flour. B. Kelly went to the grocery store. C. Jane parked her car behind a truck. D. Mark wanted to go, but not today. (More)
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The sentence that contains italicized words that are used as an infinitive phrase is:
Mark wanted to go, but not today.
(to go)
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Which of the following choices best describes the error in this sentence? The man is a scientist with a keen sense of observation and who dedicates long hours in the lab. A. Dangling modifier B. Uneven parallelism C. Fragment D. Misplaced modifier
Weegy: D. Uneven parallelism best describes the error in this sentence, The man is a scientist with a keen sense of observation and who dedicates long hours in the lab. User: Which one of the following sentences fails to follow parallel construction? A. Not only was Landers funny, she was charming, witty, and wise. B. I would be surprised if Jacob's essay does not demonstrate critical thought, careful analysis, and exhaustive research. C. It was a fine but extremely boring lecture. D. I want nothing more than excellent quality, attention to detail, and a person who knows what they want in life. Weegy: Which one of the following sentences fails to follow parallel construction? D. I want nothing more than excellent quality, attention to detail, and a person who knows what they want in life. User: A split infinitive is an infinitive that A. has a word between "to" and the verb. B. is used as an adjective or a noun. C. must have a subject. D. is used without the word "to." User: Identify the sentence that contains a noun clause in italics. A. When should Betty harvest the corn? B. Betty would like to harvest the corn. C. Betty wants to harvest the corn. D. What Betty wants is to harvest the corn. Weegy: The sentence that contains a noun clause is: What Betty wants is to harvest the corn. (what Betty wants) User: How is a compound sentence formed? A. By joining a dependent and independent clause with a conjunction B. By joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction C. By joining two independent clauses and one dependent clause D. By joining a simple sentence with a dependent clause (More)
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A compound sentence is formed by joining two simple sentences with a comma and a coordinate conjunction.
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