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  • one year ago

Which part of speech is the underlined word? There should be a set time for the dance to end. A. noun B. pronoun C. verb D. adjective

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  1. anonymous
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    Adjective @ShirouxGhoul

  2. anonymous
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    What is underlined?

  3. anonymous
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    How to underline a word is by putting /\ these by it. EX. /people\

  4. anonymous
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    /set\

  5. anonymous
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    o.o

  6. anonymous
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    Its C

  7. anonymous
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    if set is underlined its C set is a verb

  8. anonymous
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    its not a verb because its not used as an action :p

  9. anonymous
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    It is C.

  10. anonymous
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    o.o O I see it now

  11. anonymous
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    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/set

  12. anonymous
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    set1 set/Submit verb verb: set; 3rd person present: sets; past tense: set; past participle: set; gerund or present participle: setting 1. put, lay, or stand (something) in a specified place or position. "Dana set the mug of tea down" synonyms: put (down), place, lay, deposit, position, settle, leave, stand, plant, posit; More be situated or fixed in a specified place or position. "the village was set among olive groves on a hill" synonyms: be situated, be located, lie, stand, be sited, be perched "the cottage is set on a hill" represent (a story, play, movie, or scene) as happening at a specified time or in a specified place. "a spy novel set in Berlin"

  13. anonymous
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    Your welcome xD

  14. anonymous
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    can you medal eachother? xD

  15. anonymous
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    Yes sure, we can all medal each other.

  16. anonymous
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    Sure xD

  17. anonymous
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    I wanna become a super librarian

  18. anonymous
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    Thanks guys! And ill try to give you guys alot of medals xD

  19. anonymous
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    Then, yeah. Let's just medal everyone on your questions.

  20. anonymous
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    Thanks :)

  21. anonymous
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    Sounds like a plan:]

  22. is3535
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    ill will go you a the medal you want @west_coast

  23. anonymous
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    Thanks

  24. anonymous
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    I would love a metal xD

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