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Which sentence contains a helping verb? A. A small lizard ran across the yard. B. I walked to the movie theater. C. Janice will be taking dancing lessons for the last time. D. The group of small children startled the puppies.
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User: Which sentence contains a helping verb? A. A small lizard ran across the yard. B. I walked to the movie theater. C. Janice will be taking dancing lessons for the last time. D. The group of small children startled the puppies.

Weegy: Janice will be taking dancing lessons for the last time: contains a helping verb.
Expert answered|Score 1|jhennv|Points 7057|

User: Which of the following sentences contains a demonstrative adjective? A. This is his. B. Which one is this? C. Whose is this? D. This hat is his.

Weegy: This hat is his - contains a demonstrative adjective.
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User: Which one of the following sentences contains a collective noun? A. The quality of mercy is not strained. B. Listen, my children, and you shall hear. C. The legislature met in secret session. D. Who among you is a butcher, a baker, or a candlestick maker

Weegy: The sentence that contains a collective noun is: The legislature met in secret session.
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User: Which type of pronouns indicates ownership? A. Demonstrative B. Relative C. Possessive D. Interrogative

Weegy: Possessive pronouns indicate ownership.
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User: Which word in this sentence is an example of a common noun? Wuthering Heights and The Call of the Wild are two of my favorite books. A. Heights B. books C. favorite D. are

Weegy: Wuthering Heights and The Call of the Wild are two of my favorite books. BOOKS is a common noun.
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User: In the following sentence, identify the part of speech of the italicized word. Large fish swim swiftly in the sea. A. Noun B. Adjective C. Adverb D. Pronoun

Weegy: Large fish swim in the sea. Noun: fish and sea, Adjective: large.
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User: In the following sentence, identify the part of speech of the italicized word. Large A. Noun B. Adjective C. Adverb D. Pronoun



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Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. We can't leave without seeing her. B. The day ended with many surprises. C. The nurse felt my pulse. D. I felt much better.
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The sentence that has a subject complement is: I felt much better.
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