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In this sentence what part of speech is the word under? A person under hypnosis may appear not to feel pain. A. subject B. verb C. preposition D. adjective
A person under hypnosis may appear not to feel pain. The word under is a preposition.
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In the following sentence what part or speach is the word are?Jellyfish are strange and sometimes beautiful sea creatures. A. action verb B. linking verb C. helping verb
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Jellyfish are strange and sometimes beautiful sea creatures.
The verb "are" is a LINKING VERB.

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Using the word or words in parenthesis, choose the correct answer for the complete sentence. Cataklyzm (played) well that night, but the group is still waiting for its big break. A. plural subject B. singular subject C. action verb D. linking verb
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Cataklyzm (played) well that night, but the group is still waiting for its big break.
The word (played) is an ACTION VERB.

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In this sentence the word or words in parenthesis is an action verb right? Cataklyzm (played) well that night, but the group is still waiting for its big break. A. plural subject B. singular subject C. action verb D. linking verb
Weegy: B. singular subject User: ANGEEELICA, how can a word that describes action be a singular subject, Cataklyzm is the subject and played is the action verb it describes what the group did Played. (More)
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You are right, played is not a singular subject, played is an action verb.
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Cataklyzm (played) well that night, but the group is still waiting for its big break.
The word played is an ACTION VERB.
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