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Every preposition must have a/an A. pronoun. B. object. C. subject. D. comma.
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Asked 1/11/2018 5:26:07 PM
Updated 1/12/2018 6:18:03 AM
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User: Every preposition must have a/an A. pronoun. B. object. C. subject. D. comma.

Weegy: Every preposition must have an OBJECT.
Expert answered|Score 1|Janet17|Points 33247|

User: Subordinating conjunction

Weegy: A subordinating conjunction is a conjunction (a connecting word or phrase) that introduces a dependent clause, joining it to a main clause.
Expert answered|Score 1|sipichapie|Points 5015|

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Edited by jeifunk [1/12/2018 6:18:01 AM], Confirmed by jeifunk [1/12/2018 6:18:03 AM]
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Is lively an adverb
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Updated 1/23/2018 5:07:54 PM
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No, lively is not an adverb. Lively is an adjective. E.g. The couple did a lively dance.
Added 1/13/2018 8:30:03 AM
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Lively may be used as an adverb. Step lively.
Added 1/21/2018 5:03:36 PM
Right! Very idiomatic though - ? I think it can be argued that lively is most often thought of as an adjective. I wonder what answer the teacher who set the question was expecting. I've unflagged the first answer.
Added 1/22/2018 4:21:02 AM
It is much more commonly used as an adverb in British countries than in America, I believe. I think it would depend on the teacher, and country.
Added 1/23/2018 4:45:22 PM
Interesting you should say that; my perception is it may be used adverbially more often in North America! Certainly "step lively" is more American than British. My OED does not record usage of "lively" as an adverb at all (it actually gives the rather silly "livelily" as the adverb, which no-one ever says). The nearest idiom it records is "look lively" but it gives this as an adjectival usage, not an adverb. I love words!
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