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What type of sentence is used to give a command?
Imperative type of sentence is used to give a command.
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Asked 11/1/2018 9:41:49 PM
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To form the comparative degree of adverbs, you should add which of the following words? A. All-or-none. B. Most or least. C. More or less. D. Great or little.
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Updated 11/1/2018 7:54:07 PM
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To form the comparative degree of adverbs, you should add: More or less.
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"Norman _______ algebra." How would you fill in the blank with the present perfect tense of the verb study? A. has studied. B. will have studied. C. had studied. D. studied.
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"Norman has studied algebra."
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Which of the following pairs of words are homophones? A. Dessert and desert. B. Blight and bright.C. Break and brake. D. Right and correct.
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Which of the following statements about dictionaries is not true? A. Definitions and pronunciations are usually included. B. They identify the word specific part of speech. C. All of the words are arranged in alphabetical order. D. Each word is first shown as it is commonly misspelled.
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Each word is first shown as it is commonly misspelled. -is not true about dictionaries.
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What is the correct way to add the suffix Hood to the word likely
Weegy: "Likelihood" is the correct way to add the suffix hood to the word likely. User: When adding a suffix that begins with a consonant, the general rule is to (More)
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When adding a suffix that begins with a consonant, the general rule is to add the suffix at the end.
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