If you know that the affix dis- means "not," what is the meaning of disregarded in the follow sentence
Shawn disregarded his friends advice about the problem.
A) showed respect for
B) did not reject
C) did not pay attention to
D) listened carefully
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@AloneS do you think you could help me please?
I should say that disregarded means :pay no attention to; ignore.
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i believe if i can :)
Which of the following sentences is written in the past perfect tense?
A) Latisha is joining the photography
B) Latisha joined the photography club
C) Latisha had joined the photography club
D) Latisha will be joining the photography club
I think its B @AloneS
I have three more if you have time :)
umm..i think it should be C had joined it's long ago so yeah..I can :)
Which sentence contains present participle of the verb run?
A) Jennifer runs in a track meet
B) Jennifer has run in a track meet
C) Jennifer will run in a track meet
D) Jennifer is running in a track meet
I chose C :)
umm why do you say it's C?? xD nah it's not present means -right now so it's actually should be D orA ain't sure :/
which sentence contains an error in subject-verb agreement?
A) A pack of wolves hunts together.
B) The host and hostess takes us on tour.
C) Cupcakes are my favorite dessert
D) The boy and girl work together.
This is the last one @AloneS
I read the last one wrong :|
I should say that 1 is correct because it has a singular verb which matches the singular subject.
3 is also correct so this leaves you 2 and 4..wait was that a multiple choice??
what do you mean by 1 2 3 and 4? @AloneS
i mean that 1 is corect and 3 also and 2and 4 are worng//wel that's what i believe