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thanks can you help me with a few more
I don't have much time but I'll answer as many as I can (:
What is the action verb in this sentence? We rode on the Ferris wheel at the fair last night. A. wheel B. fair C. last D. rode
What is the action verb in this sentence? For breakfast, Julia enjoys pancakes with blueberries. A. pancakes B. breakfast C. with D. enjoys
D. enjoys The action verb is basically just the verb in which an action is taking or took place. Try taking out all of the nouns first and then looking at the remaining words.
now i have to do helping verbs and I have not done them in a long time are they just verbs to or are they any different
A helping verb is simply a second verb to help the main verb. First, look for all of the verbs in the sentence. Then find out which one is the main verb. That means it would make sense without the second verb. Try taking out both verbs and only using one in the sentence at a time. Which ever makes more sense in the sentence alone is the main verb.
OK thanks again
My pleasure (:
What is the helping verb in this sentence? My friend Frieda has cut her finger with the kitchen knife. A. friend B. has C. with D. cut
B, has. It's the only one that leaves the sentence legible if it's removed.
What are the helping verbs in this sentence? We should have turned left at the last intersection. Choose all answers that are correct. A. left B. have C. turned D. should
plz answer someone
Try removing them from the sentence and seeing what makes sense. A: We should have turned at the last intersection. Makes sense. B: We should turned left at the last intersection. NOPE! C: We should have left at the last intersection. Makes sense, but means something else. D: We have turned left at the last intersection. Makes sense, but also means something else. In this case, go with A. If it changes the meaning, it's not a helping verb.
I passed thanks
No problem :)