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The comparative form of adjectives compares A. at least a dozen different items. B. two things or people. C. the past to the present. D. more than two things or people.
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User: The comparative form of adjectives compares A. at least a dozen different items. B. two things or people. C. the past to the present. D. more than two things or people.

Weegy: The comparative form of adjectives compares two things or people.
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User: Which one of these verbs would generally suggest a state of being? A. Remain B. Educate C. Think D. Cooperate

Weegy: REMAIN would generally suggest a state of being.
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User: Which of the following statements about irregular verbs is correct? A. To change tenses, an irregular verb has to change its spelling. B. The rules about irregular verbs are simple and easy to learn. C. To form the past tense, an irregular verb needs a –d or –ed. D. Each irregular verb is preceded by the word "to."


User: What do the verbs fit, set, and read have in common? A. They are all considered regular verbs. B. They are pronounced differently depending on their use. C. They keep the same form no matter what tense is used. D. Each one requires the addition of a helping verb.

Weegy: The verbs fit, set, and read have in common that: They keep the same form no matter what tense is used.
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User: To form the comparative degree of adverbs, you should add which of the following words? A. All or none B. Great or little C. Most or least D. More or less

Weegy: To form the comparative degree of adverbs, you should add: More or less.
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User: How are most adjectives changed into adverbs? A. By moving their place in the sentence B. By adding –ly to the end of the word C. By including an irregular verb D. By adding the suffix –d or –ed

Weegy: Most adjectives are changed into adverbs: By adding -ly to the end of the word.
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User: Which of these verbs is spelled the same but pronounced differently depending on the tense? A. Speak B. Read C. Be D. Throw

Weegy: Read is spelled the same but pronounced differently depending on the tense.
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User: When the present participle of a verb is used in conjunction with a helping verb, the verb is referred to as A. irregular. B. infinitive. C. futuristic. D. progressive.

Weegy: When the present participle of a verb is used in conjunction with a helping verb, the verb is referred to as progressive.
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User: When using the perfect tenses of verbs, it's necessary to add a/an A. irregular verb. B. helping verb. C. suffix. D. infinitive.

Weegy: When using the perfect tenses of verbs, it's necessary to add a helping verb.
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User: Another name for the predicate in a sentence is a/an A. object. B. verb. C. noun. D. subject

Weegy: Another name for the predicate in a sentence is a verb.
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User: Either you must stop eating my food from the refrigerator or you must pay me for it. 11. What type of conjunction is used in the sentence? A. Subordinating B. Coordinating C. Correlative D. Common

Weegy: Either you must stop eating my food from the refrigerator or you must pay me for it. Either ... or is a correlative conjunction.
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User: Which one of the following sentences correctly uses a comparative adjective? A. Alicia is a gooder swimmer than Marilynn. B. This is the worse picture I've ever seen. C. Of the three girls, Janet is the better speaker. D. George has a bigger appetite than Harry.

Weegy: George has a bigger appetite than Harry. This sentence correctly uses a comparative adjective.
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Updated 12/9/2017 6:19:13 AM
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To change tenses, an irregular verb has to change its spelling. -is a correct statement about irregular verbs.

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To correct fragments beginning with an -ing word, add a subject and a helping pronoun. helping adverb. helping verb. helping adjective.
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To correct fragments beginning with an -ing word, add a subject and a helping verb. E.g. fragment: "going to a party". SHE (subject) IS (helping verb) going to a party.

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