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which of the following is an example of an infinitive phrae? B. running C. having been running D. to
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which of the following is example of an infinitive phrase? A. having been running b. to run C. running d. which had been running. User: which of the following is an antonym fo the happy?. a. miserable b. blissful c. jovial d. joyful
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"to run" is example of an infinitive phrase.
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An adverb is used correctly in the sentence: She sang beautifully.
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"John G. Roberts, Jr." is an example of a proper noun.
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