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Which word in the sentence is the participle? In 1450, Johannes Gutenberg's printing press changed the world. A. printing B. world C. changed D. press
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User: Which word in the sentence is the participle? In 1450, Johannes Gutenberg's printing press changed the world. A. printing B. world C. changed D. press

Weegy: ohann Gutenberg invented the printing press in the 1450's, and the first book to ever be printed was a Latin language Bible, printed in Mainz, Germany. [ Gutenberg?s Bibles were surprisingly beautiful, as each leaf Gutenberg printed was later colorfully hand-illuminated. Born as ?Johann Gensfleisch? (John Gooseflesh), he preferred to be known as ?Johann Gutenberg? (John Beautiful Mountain). Ironically, though he had created what many believe to be the most important invention in history, Gutenberg was a victim of unscrupulous business associates who took control of his business and left him in poverty. Nevertheless, the invention of the movable-type printing press meant that Bibles and books could finally be effectively produced in large quantities in a short period of time. This was essential to the success of the Reformation ]
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Johannes Gutenberg's printing press changed the world.
The participle is printing.
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Which words in the sentence make up the infinitive? The party is just beginning, and it is too early to leave. A. is just beginning B. to leave C. too early to leave D. too early
Weegy: A split infinitive is an infinitive that has a word (usually and adverb)between "to" and the verb. (More)
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The party is just beginning, and it is too early to leave.
The infinitive is: to leave.
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