Which sentence contains an adverb clause? A. Many stores are having sales throughout the weekend. B. I visited the bookstore while you were shopping for a computer. C. The bookstore is closing for renovations at the end of the month. D. We will try to find a good price for a new computer.
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"I visited the bookstore while you were shopping for a computer" contains an adverb clause.
Updated 11/15/2015 7:28:53 AM
Confirmed by debnjerry [11/15/2015 7:28:53 AM]
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Which sentence has a misplaced adjective clause? A. I prefer to ride along streets that have separate lanes for bicycles. B. I sometimes see Mrs. Jackson, who owns two brown dogs, as I ride through the neighborhood. C. Sometimes I ride to a park to meet my friends that is far from my house. D. I like to ride my bicycle, which has a basket, on long trips around town.
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The girl had been upset, yet now she smiled and told us about her day. This is a compound sentence.
Solve. 4x + 2 > –6
Weegy: 6 ? 6(x ? 1) = 4x ? 8 6 - 6x + 6 = 4x - 8; 12 - 6x = 4x - 8; -6x - 4x = -8 - 12; -10x = -20; x = -20/-10; x = 2 User: What is the solution to the equation? t(7 – 2) = 9 • 7 – 9 • 2 A. 9 B. 2 C. 7 D. –2 (More)
Updated 11/16/2015 6:45:12 AM
4x + 2 > –6
4x > -6 - 2
4x > -8
x > -8/4
x > -2
Which expression is equivalent to the given expression? 13(19 – x) A. 13 • 19 – 13x B. 13 • 19 – x C. 1319 – 13x D. 13 + 19 – 13 + x
Weegy: 13 ? 19 ? 13x is equivalent to the given expression? 13(19 ? x). User: Combine like terms. 9 + 3x – 9x + 16 A. 19x B. 25 – 6x C. 18x + 3x + 16 D. 3x + 16 Weegy: Combine like terms. 9 + 3x ? 9x + 16 = D. 25 ? 6x . User: Evaluate the expression by using the given values of the variables. y ÷ 3 • 2 – 8 ÷ x + 5 where x = 4 and y = 12 A. 9 B. 5 C. 11 D. 21 (More)
Updated 11/16/2015 6:43:53 AM
13 * 19 – 13x is equivalent to the given expression 13(19 – x).
Which words in the sentence are the adverb clause? As long as you're going to the store, would you buy some bananas? A. as you're going to the B. to the store C. as long as you're going to the store D. would you buy some bananas
Updated 11/14/2015 10:12:41 PM
As long as you're going to the store, would you buy some bananas? The adverb clause is: as long as you're going to the store.
Confirmed by debnjerry [11/15/2015 7:23:20 AM]
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