NEED HELP FAST Which word correctly completes the sentence? What would you say is the __________ of jellybeans in that jar? A.number B.amount Which word correctly completes the sentence? I would __________ chosen the lasagna
Question 1.Choose the answer that identifies the case of the parentheses word. My grandparents always go to the square dances with the Warrens and (them). nominative objective possessive *** my answer none of the above Question 2.
Which word best completes this sentence? 1. Although the biographer claimed to admire his subject, his writing had a ______ tone. A. Tumultuous B. Sentimental C. Condescending D. Poignant I think the word that best completes this
1.Which of the following shows the correct parenthetical citation for a quote from page 91 of an article in the October 2002 issue of Travel America magazine called "Backroads of Oklahoma" written by Mary R. Simpson? A.(Simpson
When the realtor realized that there was a large dent in the floor, he tried to __________ cover it before the potential buyers noticed it. flagrantly ostensibly (my answer) surreptitiously latently Choose the word that best
Type the pronoun that correctly completes the sentence. Remember that you must spell your answer correctly to receive credit. Yes, the one who designed the house was (she, her). (Points : 1) Question 2. 2. Type the pronoun that
1.Is the group of words a simple sentence, a compound sentence, a run-on sentence, or a sentence fragment? Her computer has new software, it runs much faster now. A. run-on sentence B. sentence fragment** C. compound sentence D.
Spanish help please.....!!!! _________________ The directions I was given was this: Choose the word that correctly completes the sentence (a; para; que); or select "No word is required". _________________ I'm stuck on all of the
Please some one check to see if I got these right. Thank you:) 1.Which personal pronoun correctly completes the sentence? The pitcher for our team will be either __________ or Jake. him his he** 2.Which personal pronoun correctly