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What is the part of speech of the underlined word in the sentence? The timid mouse crept across the floor. A. conjunction B. adjective C. adverb D. preposition
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User: What is the part of speech of the underlined word in the sentence? The timid mouse crept across the floor. A. conjunction B. adjective C. adverb D. preposition

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The timid mouse crept across the floor.
The word "across" is a PREPOSITION.
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