anonymous
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Which is the adjective phrase in the sentence? Before dinner, bring the plates to the table, and wash that lettuce from the garden. A. from the garden B. to the table C. Before dinner
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anonymous
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I will give out medals!!!
anonymous
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Dinner is the main noun of the sentence, therefore "Before dinner" is the adjective phrase since "Before" is descriptive.
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anonymous
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Can you help me with some more?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Np.
anonymous
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And sure?
anonymous
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Which is the adverb phrase in the sentence? Many florists with small kiosks to large shops sell flowers to their customers. A. with small kiosks B. to their customers C. to large shops
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
"with small kiosks" is describing the "florists" so it should be A?
anonymous
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okay thanks
anonymous
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Np. If you ever have anymore questions, simply ask, I'm glad too help!
kosonge
  • kosonge
any more im great in english
anonymous
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Which is the adverb phrase in the sentence? Between two rows at the nursery, Jennifer saw a small bunny with floppy ears. A. Between two rows B. with floppy ears C. at the nursery
anonymous
  • anonymous
A, "Between two rows" is describing the nursery.
kosonge
  • kosonge
yes
anonymous
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Which is the adverb phrase in the sentence? During the night, he heard animals in the woods by the campground and had trouble sleeping. A. by the campground B. in the woods C. During the night
kosonge
  • kosonge
because adverb phrases are times and places
kosonge
  • kosonge
c
anonymous
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Mhhm.
kosonge
  • kosonge
also most of the time its in the beggining
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you sooooo much!! Can you help me with a couple more?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is the adverb phrase in the sentence? Eventually, Jennifer, with two orchids and a dahlia, stood at the counter in the store and bought her plants. A. with two orchids and a dahlia B. in the store C. at the counter
kosonge
  • kosonge
sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is it B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
A, it's describing what Jennifer has.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh okay thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is the adverb phrase in the sentence? There are lots of blooms and leaves on the plants, and Jennifer is pleased with her choices. A. of blooms and leaves B. with her choices C. on the plants
anonymous
  • anonymous
A, it's describing the plant.
anonymous
  • anonymous
B?
kosonge
  • kosonge
a
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh I think I understand Thanks! I just have a couple more
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok?
anonymous
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Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? A. Two teams from nearby colleges played for the championship. B. In network programs on television, the Morenos have all seen basketball games. C. However, none of the Morenos had ever been to a sports arena. D. Last night, the Moreno family went to a basketball game.
kosonge
  • kosonge
b
anonymous
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You take over, kosonge. I gotta go :p
anonymous
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Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? A. The Morenos saw fans in clothes with the team's bright colors. B. Mr. and Mrs. Moreno were amazed by the crowd's excitement. C. In support of the team, the Morenos saw fans with posters. D. The faces of some fans were also brightly painted.
kosonge
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c
anonymous
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I thinhk its C
anonymous
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Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? A. Then the children saw baby sheep at the other side of the pen and went to pet them. B. With a loud chirping sound, the children heard baby chicks squawk. C. Once, a goat nudged against Christina, and she ran to her mother. D. The children wanted to walk among the animals in the petting zoo.
kosonge
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you gotta flip those
anonymous
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Dude stop cheating your on a test
anonymous
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This is my test not yours.
anonymous
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I am really bad at this and I can't fail.
kosonge
  • kosonge
c
anonymous
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Thank you @kosonge
kosonge
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np
anonymous
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Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? A. The battle of the championship had finally begun! B. Both sides of the arena went wild with enthusiasm. C. Angela Moreno covered her ears on account of the noise with her hands. D. The ball was tossed by the referee.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C?
kosonge
  • kosonge
yes
anonymous
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Which sentence contains a misplaced modifier? A. During the climb, Mr. Swanson slipped on a loose rock up a steep hill. B. The Swansons sat on a rock beside the stream and had a snack. C. By late afternoon, they arrived in a meadow and set up camp. D. The trail up the mountain winds alongside a rushing stream.
anonymous
  • anonymous
A?
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
some of these are wrong...
kosonge
  • kosonge
sorry im multi tasking
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which ones are wrong?
anonymous
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Dude your cheating on a test!!You are supposed to show what YOU know...Not what others know
anonymous
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This is none of your business.
anonymous
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do u got o connections academy
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
1. from the garden....describes lettuce Eventually, Jennifer, with two orchids and a dahlia, stood at the counter in the store and bought her plants.....this one is B There are lots of blooms and leaves on the plants, and Jennifer is pleased with her choices........this is C
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texaschic101
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anytime :)

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