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#2: Choose the direct object. Aaron had hung posters of every kind on the walls in his room. A. kind B. posters C. walls D. room ***my answer; B. posters is that right??
#3: Choose the indirect object. Can't the umpire give us a break now and then? A. umpire B. us C. break D. then ***my answer: B. us is that correct?
#4: Choose the answer that identifies the starred word. The class named Jaime their **spokesperson** and gave him a list of questions to ask. A. objective complement B. predicate nominative C. direct object D. indirect object ***my answer: A is that right?
#5: Choose the answer that identifies the starred word. The secretary for this committee will be **Anna**, and Franco will lead the meetings. A. predicate nominative B. predicate adjective C. direct object D. objective complement ***my answer: C. direct object not too sure.. is that right??
#6: Choose the answer that identifies the starred word. Well, I must say that your ideas are quite **creative.** A. direct object B. indirect object C. objective complement D. predicate adjective ***my answer: D. predicate adjective is that right??
#7: Choose the adjective phrase in the sentence. Just in time, the referee blew on his whistle, and the player with the ball shot it into the basket. A. in time B. on his whistle C. with the ball D. into the basket **my answer; C. with the ball is that correct?? yes? no?? haha :P
#8: Choose the word that the adjective phrase modifies. Polish the silver until the gloss on the surface reflects your image. A. silver B. gloss C. surface D. image **my answer; B. gloss is that the right answer?
#9: Choose the adverb phrase. It’s hard to load these thin pieces of lead into the mechanical pencil. A. of lead B. thin pieces of lead C. of lead into the mechanical pencil D. into the mechanical pencil ***my answer: D is that right??
#10: Choose the word that the adverb phrase modifies. Before you turn in your essay, secure the pages with a paper clip. A. turn B. essay C. secure D. clip ***not too sure on this one.. i'm thinking it's either A. turn, or C. secure.... what do u think?? is it A, or C?? or is it neither??? :/
First 10!! @ArkGoLucky :) thanks!! just lemme know what you think and stuff and I'll check it when i have time earlier, if not, then tomorrow night!! :D thxx =)
1-4 are right. 5 is A
kk so 5 is actually predicate nominative?
okay! what about 6-10?
6 and 7 are right. not sure about 8. Think it might be surface
wait so B is gloss or surface??
not sure about 9 either. I think D is a prepositional phrase not an adverb phrase
wait 9 is prepositional phrase?
and whats 8?
8 I think is surace, C
okay and what about 9? ;/
I guess cause that person's an english major he/she is right
idk... what do u think tho??
so 8 is surface or gloss?? and what's 9??
just follow what that other guys says. I thought it was surface I think 10 is A turn
okay... what about 9 tho?
9 is probably D
D? okay :) thank youuuuu!!!!!