On the sentence, "The choir sat/set their hymnals on the bench." Would the correct verb be set?
having some trouble deciding between which verb completes the sentence. Would it be "A bell lays or lies on its side? Also having trouble on the sentence, "The piano sets or sits on a platform." Thanks...
I am trying to decide between 2 answers on a vocabulray question. The question is: The ________________ of two or more denominators is the least common denominator. The choices are either simplest form or least common multiple. Would the correct answer be least common multiple?
Am having trouble figuring out how to work this problem. We are currently studying about least common multiples. The problem is: Stacey jogs every third day and swims every fourth day. If she is jogging on Monday, what day of the week will she end up jogging and swimming?
We are working on subject verb agreement. Would you say....Food and equipment become expensive or would it be becomes? Trying to decide between become and becomes. Thanks.
A 5.00kg ornament is hanging by a 1.2m wire when it is suddenly hit by a 3.00kg missile traveling horizontally at 10.0 m/s. The missile embeds itself in the ornament during the collision. What is the tension in the wire immediately after the collision?
If you said....They have been fed today. Would the verb phrase be "have been fed"?
In the sentence....They have done nothing wrong. I know "have done" is part of the verb phrase but not sure if "wrong" is part of the verb phrase too. Would "wrong" be included in the verb phrase?
In the sentence...She did not notice the hours passing. Is "not" included in the verb phrase?
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