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Which one of the following words has the suffix -ing added correctly?         A. Stoping   B. Talking   C. Hopeing   D. Findding
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Which one of the following words has the suffix -ing added correctly?         A. Stoping   B. Talking   C. Hopeing   D. Findding
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anonymous
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I think B
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yeah your right
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Yep

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anonymous
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do you have any more questions?
anonymous
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Actually yea if u dont mind helping im trying to pass my test @crazykole
anonymous
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ok hit me with them
anonymous
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are you going to put the questions up?
anonymous
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Ok i messaged it to you
anonymous
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I would say B
anonymous
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Ok i have more if u dont mind
anonymous
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just keep typing them
anonymous
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Ok give me a minute
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As it sailed south, Lord Nelson's great ship, Victory, met the Spanish fleet near Trafalgar. 5.   The simple subject of the sentence is         A. Lord Nelson.   B. south.   C. ship.   D. fleet.
anonymous
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Are you in tenth?
anonymous
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Im in 11th but i can help u if u need it
anonymous
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The simple subject is the main word or word group that tells whom or what the sentence is about. The complete subject consists of all the words that tell whom or what a sentence is about.
anonymous
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Hope I helped!
anonymous
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I would say C
anonymous
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Thank you both
anonymous
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Yup!
anonymous
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Do u need any help @imbeingthatguy
anonymous
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Nah I'm Good! Thanks though
anonymous
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Wait I have a question ivy how do you not know this stuff I'm in 8th grade you are in 11th
anonymous
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Lol Calm down bro, She is just asking a question
anonymous
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I'm not mad just curious
anonymous
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I just try to make sure i have the right answer im not good at English
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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R u still helping or no
anonymous
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yeah
anonymous
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I am helping
anonymous
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What is the simple subject of the following sentence? Then, glancing upward at Lady Weathers's face, he saw a look of consternation.         A. he   B. Lady Weathers's   C. face   D. consternation
anonymous
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what do you think because I think it is B or C
anonymous
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never mind it is most likely C
anonymous
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I think it would be c
anonymous
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Can I have a medal?
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Thank you
anonymous
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Which of the following pairs of words are homophones?         A. Dessert and desert   B. Blight and bright   C. Right and correct   D. Brake and break
anonymous
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I think d and your welcome
anonymous
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yeah I would go with D also I gtg ok
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Ok thx

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