LANGUAGE ARTS 6 A

Determine which sentence contains the relationship of sequence. (1 point)

A. He made his world-famous spaghetti; of course, I ate every bite of it.

B. The gate opened to let us in; finally, it was our turn to go on the ride.

C. She wanted to go see a new movie; likewise, all of her friends did too.

D. He ate a hamburger; in addition to this, he ate a hot dog at the picnic.

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  1. looks like A to me
    can't eat it until it's been made.

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  2. Determine which sentence below uses an adverbial prepositional phrase.(1 point)

    A. Alli ate several delicious chocolate chip cookies.

    B. Roy served the meal on his best dishes.

    C. The ocean waves rolled, and the wind roared.

    D. The boy on the chair read the magazine article.

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  3. AND ARE YOU SURE???

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  4. B
    adverbs answer the question: how?

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  5. Read the following sentence to determine its form.

    Kalin had been practicing his skateboarding tricks for ten months although he fell during the competition.

    (1 point)

    A. simple sentence

    B. complex sentence

    C. run-on sentence

    D. compound sentence

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  6. #1 for me is b
    #2 is i think a run on sentence
    that is all i know so far

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  7. 1.roy served the meal on his best dishes
    2.complex sentence
    3.the gate opened to let us in;it was our turn to go
    4.i lost the match even though i had practiced each chess move
    5.believe and set
    6.dictionary thesaurus,glossary
    7.b and c
    8.ist=suffix uni=Prefix arch=root auto=prefix ive=suffix
    9. Slang,incorrect intensive noun,double negative,slang,double negative

    I reviewed them and 100%:)

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  8. @Valeria can u provide proof?

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  9. I took the test got a few questions wrong,and i had to review them:)

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  10. @e fr?

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  11. for question 7 it's not b and c it's d and c and for question 9 in thins order from 1 to 5 it is 1. double negative 2. slang 3. double negative 4. slang 5. incorrect intensive pronoun

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  12. those are for questions 7 and 9 these are for the rest

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  13. for 1. it's B for 2. it's A for 3. it's C for 4. it's C for 5. it's believe and set for 6. it's 1 dictionary 2 thesaurus 3 glossary for 8. it's in this order 1 root 2 suffix 3 prefix 4 suffix 5 prefix. These are answers for people in the 6th grade connexus idk for anyone else

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  14. I took the test just now

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  15. What did you get arson

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  16. Guys my answers are only for connexus academy if your not in connexus it’s probably wrong⚠️

    And i failed just to give the connexus kids the correct answers

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  17. sorry Dylan o brien. Its nice that you took that risk.

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  18. ummm what is the answer?????

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