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18. Choose the sentence in which the verb has a direct object. A. She is insecure. B. I walked away. C. They won the game. D. George was furious.
The sentence in which the verb has a direct object is C. They won the game.
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The sentence in which the verb has a direct object is C. They won the game.
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1. Choose the simple predicate in the following sentence. The men finished the game in a short time. A. game B. men C. finished D. time
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The men finished the game in a short time.
Simple predicate: finished.
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3. Choose the sentence below in which of is used correctly. A. We should of left early. B. The bird flew north of the beach. C. The three girls might of broken the records. D. The boys surrendered, but they should of fought.
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"The bird flew north of the beach" is the sentence in which "of" is used correctly.
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5. Which one of the following word or words is an example of a correlative conjunction? A. Because B. Either . . . or C. Since D. And
Weegy: Either . . . or is an example of a correlative conjunction. (More)
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7. Which one of the following words is an antonym of joyful? A. Agitated B. Passive C. Morose D. Garrulous
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10. Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. The nurse felt my pulse. B. I felt much better. C. The day ended with many surprises. D. We can't leave without seeing her.
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The sentence that has a subject complement is: I felt much better.
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