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What is the verb in the sentence? The winning team was praised by the admiring fans. A. team B. winning C. admiring D. was praised
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C?

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Liv1234
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You are correct. A verb is an action word. And admiring is an action.
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Which word in the sentence is a participle? Do not cry over burnt toast! A. Do B. over C. burnt D. cry
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b
Liv1234
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D.
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o ya c. because a participle is used as an adjective
Liv1234
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Right.(:
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Which word in the sentence is a participle? Are you running from that buzzing bee? A. Are B. buzzing C. running D. bee
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B
Liv1234
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It can't be D or A because those aren't action words. So, it's either C or B.
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ima say c
Liv1234
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Yeah, me too.
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wait no
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running is a verb
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buzzing is describing bee
Liv1234
  • Liv1234
Oh, that's right oops. So, yes buzzing would be the answer and that makes sense.
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What is the participle in this sentence? The laughing child looks happy, but she was sulking this morning. A. was sulking B. laughing C. happy D. looks
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B
Liv1234
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Yes.
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Which word or words in the sentence does the participle modify? I am watching the marching band in the parade. A. am watching B. parade C. I D. band
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B
Liv1234
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Why do you assume every question is B?
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marching band is participle
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and it is describing parade
Liv1234
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Okay, but if you know the answer, we shouldn't have to check for you.
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checking
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NO ITS D
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Which word in the sentence does the participle modify? Pete, would you give the award to a retired officer? A. award B. Pete C. would D. officer
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D
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retired officer
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