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What do you think the answer is?
ummmmmm is it letter?
I think so. ^_^
thx:) here is another Which word is the subject of the sentence? The girls will be running in tomorrow's race. A. running B. tomorrow's C. race D. girls
Which do you think?
either c or d
I believe D is correct,
i have few more
Is the underlined verb transitive or intransitive? The pilot steered the helicopter toward the harbor. A. intransitive B. transitive
i think its transitive
Yes, I believe that's correct
Is the underlined verb transitive or intransitive? Our new puppy looks very happy and excited. A. transitive B. intransitive i have 3 more
what do you think the answer is?
looks is under lined
I believe so, I only have one more minute so post fast
Which sentence has a transitive verb? A. Ms. Alvarez is the volleyball coach. B. The cornbread doesn't taste sweet enough. C. What are you eating? D. Cindy read a story to her little sister.
What kind of complement is the underlined word? Colorado became a state in 1876. A. predicate nominative B. indirect object C. direct object D. predicate adjective
state is underlined
A and C are my guesses. Yeah, I know we're not supposed to give out direct answers but I'm really short on time and have no choice.
thank you:) ur a lifesaver
How'd u do?
i got them all right:D
The weirdest thing is that I'm not all that good with transitive and intransitive verbs. :D Good job! I gotta go!