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Identify the use of the italicized noun clause. The game will be won by whoever plays best. subject complement subject object of preposition
The game will be won by whoever plays best. The noun clause "whoever plays the best" is used as an object of preposition.
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Which of the following is not an abbreviation for a level of usage? sl. Sp. colloq. dial.
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Sp. is not an abbreviation for a level of usage. "sl." = slang; "colloq." = colloquial; and "dial." = dialect. "Sp." can stand for "Spanish" in the derivation of a word.
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Identify each italicized word as gerund or participle. By PAYING his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating
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By PAYING his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating.
The word PAYING is a GERUND and functions as object of a preposition.
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Etymological dictionaries are the only dictionaries that provide word derivations. FALSE.

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Identify the subordinate clause and tell if it is used as an adjective, adverb, or noun. The student who had not studied the lessons failed the test.
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The student who had not studied the lessons failed the test.
Subordinate clause: Who had not studied the lessons;
Use: Adjective
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