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Katrina wanted to visit her grandmother and grandfather over the weekend. 1. adverb 2. conjunction 3. interjection 4. noun
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the question ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
up there is it a noun are adverb what?
anonymous
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which one? ....

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anonymous
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idk
anonymous
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It's a conjunction.
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are u sure
anonymous
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What do you think? |dw:1378163012482:dw|
anonymous
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ok thanks
anonymous
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:)
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What do you think? |dw:1378163012482:dw|
anonymous
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can u help me out with another @love_jessika15
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Maybe, baby
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ok
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I'm waiting
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indeed, it has been one of the hottest, driest summers in our state's history. 1. verb 2. noun 3.adjective 4.interjection
anonymous
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Adjective, they're describing summer
anonymous
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thank u can u help me out one more time
anonymous
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yes
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Before they left, Katrina made sure to pack the very special gift she had made for her grandmother. 1 adverb 2 preposition 3 adjective 4 conjunction
anonymous
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Preposition
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are u just guessing?
anonymous
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Nope
anonymous
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ohh thnaks
anonymous
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one more?
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You nee to try some yourself
anonymous
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you wont learn
anonymous
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I got alot more just one more
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you'll be stoopid
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fine hurry up
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50 cent...nuu
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ok thanks
anonymous
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I turned off the light just before my alarm clock rang. 1 adverb 2 preposition 3 adjective 4 conjunction
anonymous
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What word are you looking at
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idk
anonymous
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then i can't answer it ....adverb prepositions adjective conjuction these are all one words or a few words...not entire sentences..u can have all of those in that one sentence..or none of them
anonymous
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adverb?
anonymous
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which word in the sentence looks different than the others...underlined? ..maybe you got a set of instructions on what to do ?
anonymous
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I turned off the light just before my alarm clock rang. 1 adverb 2 preposition 3 adjective 4 conjunction there's no instructions there
anonymous
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just what u see there
anonymous
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at the very beginning of the assignment?
anonymous
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like beginnging at the group of these problems?
anonymous
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I don't see nothing
nincompoop
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anonymous
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I turned off the light just before my alarm clock rang. 1 adverb 2 preposition 3 adjective 4 conjunction
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anonymous
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I don't undertand
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anonymous
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I still don't understand
anonymous
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ohh preposition ohhhhh now I get it
anonymous
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but I need help on I turned off the light just before my alarm clock rang. 1 adverb 2 preposition 3 adjective 4 conjunction
nincompoop
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nincompoop
  • nincompoop
first, you need to define and understand 1 adverb 2 preposition 3 adjective 4 conjunction adverb - modifies a noun, verb, adjectly and another adverb (it usually ends in -ly). i.e. quickly preposition links noun, pronoun and phrases to other sentences. i.e.: in, over, on, object of the preposition is what the preposition introduces adjective describes, identifies and quantifies noun or pronoun, i.e. beautiful, hot conjunction links words or phrases. i.e. AND
anonymous
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now I get it let me take my test now thanks
anonymous
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thank u
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