Which verbal in the passage functions as a noun?
James Maddalena is a celebrated American opera singer. Portraying Richard Nixon in the 1987 opera Nixon in China was his breakout role. Audiences have enjoyed Maddalena's dazzling voice for many years. His ability to perform is known throughout the world.
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the answer options are celebrated, portraying, dazzling, and preform
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it werrd right
do you have attempts like my homeschool?
i have one chance
I can take the test again but it changes the questions
so what do you think? my bet is perform but i think im wrong
well I'm pretty sure that it is not dazzling
i mean just from reading it it sounds like a performance
yeah I think i will go with perform
I won't know if I got it right untill the end of the quiz
its either perform or celebrate
ok well thanks!
its a test??
James Maddalena is a celebrated American opera singer.
the verb here is "is", with "celebrated" acting as an adjective.
Audiences have enjoyed Maddalena's dazzling voice for many years.
the verb here is "have enjoyed", with "dazzling" acting as an adjective.
His ability to perform is known throughout the world.
the verb here is "is known" with "to perform" acting as a part of speech I don't recall at the moment, but observe that the sentence would make sense without it:
"His ability is known."
Portraying Richard Nixon in the 1987 opera Nixon in China was his breakout role.
Simplified version of sentence:
" was his role."
Verb in this sentence is "was". is the subject.
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