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Which word is the indefinite pronoun in this sentence? Mrs. Ortiz wondered whether both her daughters would like to take a trip to the Grand Canyon. A. would B. both C. her D. whether
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checking my answers
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its my last chance to re take this test
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@SarahMotionless

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IM THINKING b
anonymous
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Yes B
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oh great
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can u help me with some more @SarahMotionless
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i can give u a medal if i know how
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Sure just keep tagging me
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Which word is the indefinite pronoun in this sentence? Mrs. Ortiz told her daughters they could each bring a friend when they go to the Grand Canyon. A. they B. could C. her D. each
anonymous
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im think c
anonymous
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@SarahMotionless
anonymous
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D
anonymous
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Which word is the indefinite pronoun in this sentence? Brian said nervously, "This race is scary for everybody who is standing on the sidelines." A. for B. this C. who D. everybody
anonymous
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everybody is my answer
anonymous
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@SarahMotionless
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D
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yay im right
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Which word is the indefinite pronoun in this sentence? "I'd like nothing more than a tall glass of your homemade lemonade," Rachel said to her mother. A. I'd B. nothing C. your D. her
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i really dont know this one
anonymous
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@SarahMotionless
anonymous
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her
anonymous
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is it right
anonymous
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can u help
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ChantySquirrel1129**
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It's not her because it is referring to Rachel.
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"her"
anonymous
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nothing
ChantySquirrel1129**
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Look for a pronoun that is not pointing directly at a person or a group of things, or anything specific.
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yes, you got it. c:
anonymous
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can u help with some more
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I'll try :)
anonymous
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i need to check my answers
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Which word is the demonstrative pronoun in this sentence? That would look good on me, don't you think? A. would B. me C. you D. that
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Alright, go for it
anonymous
  • anonymous
you
anonymous
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*bites teeth*
ChantySquirrel1129**
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not quite. A demonstrative pronoun is a pronoun which modifies nouns. Some examples are this, these, those....
anonymous
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that
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Yes c:
anonymous
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Which word is the demonstrative pronoun in this sentence? I'm not so sure these are the best for me. A. me B. these C. so D. for
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these
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Lol yes c:
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Which word is the demonstrative pronoun in this sentence? This is what I eat for breakfast most days of the week. A. This B. most C. I D. of
anonymous
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this
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yes again :3
anonymous
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iv been here for 1 hour trying to finish this test
anonymous
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i failed
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Are you in connexus or k12?
anonymous
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k12
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You did? why?
anonymous
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im not cheating bcs im checking my answers
anonymous
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can u help some more
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I can try :3
anonymous
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lol i dont know how topay u
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i got my account today
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lol no worries, I'm just glad to help c:
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oh thanks a lot
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I got mine yesterday lol
anonymous
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my name is sunny
anonymous
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im 13
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Hi Sunny c: I'm Chantilly :3
anonymous
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hi
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No tin a mean way, but Sunny, in a girl name way?
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*to lol
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What is the sentence order of the following sentence? Jennifer tried out for the school play. A. inverted B. natural
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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r u in k12
ChantySquirrel1129**
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oh ok c: hold on, let me see...
anonymous
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tanx
ChantySquirrel1129**
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I believe natural order c:
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i go to Connexus
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What is the sentence order of the following sentence? Near the edge of the road was a deep ditch. A. natural B. inverted
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b
ChantySquirrel1129**
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correct c:
anonymous
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In which sentence is the subject an understood you? A. Mom told us to clean up our rooms. B. Hang up your clothes when you get home. C. My little brother doesn't want to clean his room. D. Billy shoved his toys under the bed.
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a
anonymous
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lol i just want to check my answers and go to bed
anonymous
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this is the last test i need to check thank god
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It's not a. an understood you is a phrase that is not directly pointed to someone or a group of things. For example "Turn off the lights." this phrase is not directly towards someone, but is to whomever is in the room or place.
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c
ChantySquirrel1129**
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Not c, because it is pointed toward the little brother. Try again.
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d
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Yes, correct c:
ChantySquirrel1129**
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I mean no,
anonymous
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b
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lol there you go
anonymous
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Which word is the subject of this sentence? Did you ask for directions? A. ask B. you C. an understood you D. directions
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b
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yes :3
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Which word is the subject of the sentence? His sister's puppy was found yesterday. A. was B. yesterday C. puppy D. sister's
anonymous
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sisters or pup[y
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@ChantySquirrel1129**
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The subject of a sentence is a noun that doing or being something.
anonymous
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i dont know
anonymous
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b
ChantySquirrel1129**
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ok you said sisters or puppy, what is the sister doing or being? or what is the puppy doing or being?
anonymous
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b
ChantySquirrel1129**
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No you were right, it either sisters or puppy.
ChantySquirrel1129**
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is the sister doing or being anything?
ChantySquirrel1129**
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is the puppy doing or being anything?
anonymous
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Which word is the subject of the sentence? His sister's puppy was found yesterday. A. was B. yesterday C. puppy D. sister's
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@ChantySquirrel1129**
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what do you think? c:
anonymous
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c or d
ChantySquirrel1129**
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okay is the sister doing or being anything?
anonymous
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no so it spuppy
ChantySquirrel1129**
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yes, the puppy, because it has been found. So it has done something c:
anonymous
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Which word is the subject of the sentence? Hand me a dry towel from that pile on the floor. A. towel B. pile C. me D. an understood you
anonymous
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pile
anonymous
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me
anonymous
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or towel
anonymous
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i think towel
ChantySquirrel1129**
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Nope, does the person talking directing it to a specific person or thing that we know? or is it to any person?
anonymous
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me
ChantySquirrel1129**
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not me, because the person saying "me" is not doing anything, he is telling someone else to do it. Remember, the subject is a noun doing or being something. But is anybody specific doing or being something that we see in the sentence?
anonymous
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d
ChantySquirrel1129**
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yes, great job!
anonymous
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an understood you
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yup, that's it
anonymous
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Which word is the subject of the sentence? Around my feet jumped one excited puppy. A. puppy B. an understood you C. one D. feet
anonymous
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b
anonymous
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feet
anonymous
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feet or puppy
anonymous
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puppy
ChantySquirrel1129**
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nope, the feet aren't doing anything.
ChantySquirrel1129**
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yes, the puppy. again lol
anonymous
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Which word is the subject of the sentence? Did Jennifer eat the last piece of the cake? A. Did B. piece C. cake D. Jennifer
anonymous
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d
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yup yup!
anonymous
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Which sentence is in inverted order? A. I fingered the script nervously. B. Auditions for the play are in progress. C. At the back of the theater sat the director. D. I took a deep breath and began to read.
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a
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this is hard for me
ChantySquirrel1129**
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Inverted order, sound backwards and a little weirder than a usual sentence.
anonymous
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?
anonymous
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b maybe
ChantySquirrel1129**
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inverted sentenes are usually which a predicate(a verb: a word to describe action) comes before the subject
anonymous
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i dont know
ChantySquirrel1129**
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so look for he sentence where you have the person or thing that is doing or being something, at the end of the sentence. For example: Down the street lived the man and his wife. See how the subjects(the man and his wife), are at the back of the sentence instead of the front? Now look for a sentence like that. I'll help you
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does choice a have a subject at the end of the sentence or the front?
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Which is a complete sentence? A. Many types of formations in Carlsbad Caverns. B. Turn down the last street to reach the beach. C. Guest rooms at the Hotel Del Coronado. D. The sunset, behind graying storm clouds.
anonymous
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a
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@ChantySquirrel1129**
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b i sthe answer
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b is correct for this question
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did you get the other question?

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