anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words in the sentence are the adverb phrase? That old lighthouse has warned sailors for many decades. A. for many decades B. has warned C. That old lighthouse D. has warned sailors
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Tal_Tal
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
The answer is C
Tal_Tal
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Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
wait no sorry its not
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
It's B. It's being used as a verb phrase and modifying lighthouse.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks can you help me with more
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
Of course!
anonymous
  • anonymous
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Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
B) during the snowstorm. An adverb will usually tell when, where or under what conditions something happens. :)
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
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  • anonymous
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anonymous
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Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? Which word does it modify? Dad found the extra trunk key in the morning. A. in the morning; modifies found B. extra trunk key; modifies found C. Dad found; modifies key D. the extra trunk key; modifies morning
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words in the sentence make up the adverb phrase? Which words does it modify? Both teams in the playoffs were challenged by the rain. A. Both teams; modifies in the playoffs B. were challenged; modifies the rain C. in the playoffs; modifies Both teams D. by the rain; modifies were challenged
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
1st one is C. Adverb phrase = Two or more words. A famous inventor is an adverbial phrase. Who is Gutenberg; a famous inventor.
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
2nd question is in the morning modifies found
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words in the sentence are the adjective phrase? Julia uses these special tools to carve pieces of wood. A. these special tools B. Julia uses C. of wood D. to carve pieces
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
last one is A) Both teams; modifies in the playoffs
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
sorry that wasn't the last one
anonymous
  • anonymous
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Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
A. Because there are times when a noun is used as an adjective, "refrigerator doors" where refrigerator is an adjective. So here is also "pieces of wood" means "wooden pieces" where "of wood" is an adjective.
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
I THINK it's A. An adjective is a word that describes a noun. A noun is a person, place, or thing. An adjective usually comes before the noun. So, I hope that helps you!
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
^For the last one
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words in the sentence make up the adjective phrase? Which word does it modify? People throughout Alaska often witness the beautiful northern lights. A. often witness; modifies People B. People throughout; modifies Alaska C. beautiful northern lights; modifies witness D. throughout Alaska; modifies People
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
throughout Alaska modifies people.....which people ? people throughout Alaska. Its an adjective phrase answering the question " which people ?"
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
so D
anonymous
  • anonymous
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Tal_Tal
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The answer is A, these websites modifies list
Tal_Tal
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A. by hand; modifies produced. Because they are describing how they produced the book
anonymous
  • anonymous
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Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
A. Table
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
D. to the guests
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
Is that all? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@Tal_Tal
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
Okay let me think :)
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
C. At the cafeteria
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
D. restored classic cars; renames vehicles
Tal_Tal
  • Tal_Tal
B. A or B; renames grades
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  • Tal_Tal
I already did that one
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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Tal_Tal
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Sorry I have to go! I hope I helped you!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok thank its okay

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