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Where is the part of speech located in a dictionary entry?(1 point)

a. in the numbered definitions that follow the entry word

b. before the entry word

c. after the pronunciation

d. in parentheses after the entry word

i think the answer is c. after the pronunciation

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  1. the last thing isn’t a choice, it’s (A) a word with a similar meaning (B) a part of a word pronounced with force (C) how a word is spoken and (D) the meaning of a word. (NOT THE ANSWERS)!

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  2. the answers to this whole test are
    1. D. to provide the definition
    2. C. an accent mark
    3. C. how the word sounds
    4. B. after the pronunciation
    5. A. part of a word pronounced with force

    this is for connections academy btw

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  3. the answers to this whole test are
    1. D. to provide the definition
    2. C. an accent mark
    3. C. how the word sounds
    4. B. after the pronunciation
    5. A. part of a word pronounced with force

    this is for connections academy btw

    via the great
    Apr 23, 2021

    These are 100% correct. Thank you so much!

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