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Question 14 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 14. The following sentence is an example of which primary English sentence pattern? O A. Subject + verb + object + object complement • B. Subject + action verb + indirect object + direct object O C. Subject + action verb + direct object O D. Pronoun + subject + interrogative verb
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User: Question 14 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 14. The following sentence is an example of which primary English sentence pattern? O A. Subject + verb + object + object complement • B. Subject + action verb + indirect object + direct object O C. Subject + action verb + direct object O D. Pronoun + subject + interrogative verb

Weegy: The toddler tossed his father the ball. Subject+ action verb+ indirect object+ direct object
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User: Question 15 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 15. Which of the following is an example of a run-on sentence? • A. Although she was positive she had finished her homework. • B. The music was incredibly loud, and Sheila loved every song. O C. The garden was in full bloom; the sunflowers were the tallest. O D. Lindsey was exhausted she had not gotten enough sleep for weeks.

Weegy: The following is an example of a run-on sentence: Lindsey was exhausted she had not gotten enough sleep for weeks.
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User: Question 16 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 16. What's the best way to rewrite the following sentence while avoiding passive voice? • A. The soup was tasted by the chef in a tiny sip. • B. The chef tasted the soup and taking a tiny sip. O C. Tasting the soup, a tiny sip was taken by the chef. O D. Taking a tiny sip, the chef tasted the soup.

Weegy: Taking a tiny sip, the chef tasted the soup. -is correct.
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User: Question 17 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 17. The italicized words make up which type of verbal phrase? • A. Infinitive • B. Split infinitive O C. Gerund O D. Participial

Weegy: Turning the corner, Kate bumped into David. "Turning the corner" is a participial phrase.
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User: Question 18 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 18. In which of the following sentences is a semicolon used correctly? O A. Joe watered the garden and; the plants did not grow. • B. Joe watered the garden but the plants; did not grow. O C. Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow. O D. Joe watered; the garden yet the plants did not grow.

Weegy: The sentence in which semicolon is used correctly is: Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow.
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User: Question 19 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 19. Identify the error in the following sentence: Jumping from a great height, we watched the cliff diver plunge into the water below. • A. Run-on sentence O B. Misplaced modifier O C. Uneven parallelism O D. Sentence fragment

Weegy: Jumping from a great height, we watched the cliff diver plunge into the water below. [ Misplaced modifier is the error in the sentence. ]
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User: Question 19 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 19. Identify the error in the following sentence: Jumping from a great height, we watched the cliff diver plunge into the water below. O A. Run-on sentence O B. Misplaced modifier O C. Uneven parallelism O D. Sentence fragment

Weegy: Jumping from a great height, we watched the cliff diver plunge into the water below. [ Misplaced modifier is the error in the sentence. ]
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User: Question 20 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 20. When you have three or more items in a series, the final comma before the conjunction (and, or, nor) is

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When you have three or more items in a series, the final comma before the conjunction (and,or,nor) is optional.

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Question 5 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 5. In a complex sentence like, "Although she's late to meetings, she always contributes good ideas," where is the emphasis? O A. On the dependent clause O B. On the adverbial clause O C. On the predicate O D. On the independent clause
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On the independent clause -is the emphasis in the sentence "Although she's late to meetings, she always contributes good ideas."
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On the independent clause -is the emphasis in the sentence "Although she's late to meetings, she always contributes good ideas."
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Question 1 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 1. A type of run-on sentence in which two independent clauses are joined with only a comma is called a
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On the independent clause -is the emphasis in the sentence "Although she's late to meetings, she always contributes good ideas."
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On the independent clause -is the emphasis in the sentence "Although she's late to meetings, she always contributes good ideas.".

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Question 6 of 20: Select the best answer for the question. 6. Which of the following sentences is a compound sentence? O A. Both the barista and the cashier gave me a huge, welcoming smile. O B. Although I was in a hurry, I still wanted to get a hot latte to go. • C. The coffee shop was usually full, but today there were many open tables. O D. The line was significantly shorter than usual which was a relief.
Weegy: The coffee shop was usually full, but today there were many open tables. - is a compound sentence. User: 7. What type of punctuation should not typically be used in any kind of formal or professional writing? O A. Question mark O B. Exclamation point O C. Apostrophe O D. Semicolon Weegy: An exclamation point should not typically be used in any kind of formal or professional writing. User: Question 8 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 8. Which of the following statements about sentences is true? O A. There is only one correct pattern for any given sentence to follow. • B. There are only two sentence patterns you can use to ask a question. O C. There are four basic, common patterns for forming a declarative sentence. O D. The English language generally follows a VOS sentence pattern. (More)
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The following statements about sentences is true: There are four basic common, patterns forming a declarative sentence.
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Weegy: A restrictive clause is one that limits the meaning of the word it describes. User: Question 10 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question 10. Identity the dependent clause in the following sentence: I will put away my winter clothes and store the blankets in the upstairs closet when I no longer have to turn on the furnace every day. Weegy: I will put away my winter clothes and store the blankets in the upstairs closet when I no longer have to turn on the furnace every day. Dependent clause: when I no longer have to turn on the furnace every day.. [ ] User: 11. An adjectival clause always includes a/an Weegy: An adjectival clause always includes a relative pronoun. User: Select the best answer for the question 12. Which of the following is the best advice for using commas correctly A. Use commas in a way that will help you convey your ideas clearly. B. Use a comma every time you would pause if you were reading a sentence aloud. O C. Use a comma between every independent clause. O D. If there's any doubt, always use a comma Weegy: The following is the best advice for using commas correctly: Use a comma every time you would pause if you were reading a sentence aloud. User: Question 13 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 13. Which sentence contains italicized words that are used as an infinitive phrase? • A. Jane parked her car behind a truck. O B. Kelly went to the grocery store. O C. Tom went there for some flour. • D. Mark wanted to go, but not today. (More)
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The sentence that contains an infinitive phrase is: Mark wanted to go, but not today.
The infinitive phrase is: "to go"
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The sentence that contains an infinitive phrase is: Mark wanted to go, but not today.
The infinitive phrase is: "to go"

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