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whats the question?
Which word in the sentence does the adjective modify? The loud crackle scared the dogs near the campfire. A. dogs B. campfire C. loud D. crackle
I'm thinking D, because loud modifies crackle
one more plz
Thanks for the medal!
sure no problem
You need one more? Bring it on!
Which word in the sentence does the adjective modify? The dog barked loudly at the unfriendly stranger. A. barked B. stranger C. loudly D. dog
Hmmm I would say B, Because B is modified by unfriendly.
All you have to do is look for a noun, see if the noun had an adjective, and if it does, that the noun is usually the one modified. :)
Is there any other English work you need help with?
umm sorry but i need help this one is so hard sory again
Oh, it's fine!
What part of speech is the underlined word in the sentence? Which of the rock formations did you view from the canyon rim? A. pronoun B. adjective C. noun
the underlined word is rock
Oh, I love doing parts of speech! It's the easiest subject for me! The answer is Noun!
there is another one do you want to help me
This is a adjective , I had this before
Sure, Oh wait! I made a mistake! Yeah, Frozen15 your right XD Sorry
What part of speech is the underlined word in the sentence? This was a tough game for the regional match. A. adjective B. noun C. pronoun
the underlined word is this
think about it this way. This is replacing a possible more broad descriptor. So it can't be an adjective, since it's not describing. Narrowed one done for ya. so pronoun (C) is your answer
can I at least get a medal?
well i can close this one and open another so u can cause i can only give a medal to one persone
so ill open another post ok