7th grade Language (probably easy to answer)

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In the sentence ' Andy has driven many types of vehicles that have various controls.' What would many types, be? (Adverb,verb,pronoun,ect.)

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In the sentence ' The car has a lot of blind spots which make it difficult to turn safely.' What would lot, which make, and to, be?

  • 7th grade Language (probably easy to answer) -

    "Types" is a noun in this sentence.

    Noun: lot
    Pronoun: which
    Verb: make
    Verb: to turn

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