1. English

    Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. 1) The nurse felt my pulse. 2) I felt much better. 3) The day ended with many surprises. 4) We can't leave without seeing her. This one I have a problem with. I think it is #2 - I felt much better. I think
  2. english

    Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. The day ended with many surprises. B. I felt much better. C. The nurse felt my pulse. D. We can't leave without seeing I think it's B.
  3. english

    Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. The day ended with many surprises. B. I felt much better. C. The nurse felt my pulse. D. We can't leave without seeing her. I think it's B.
  4. english parts of speech

    choose the sentence that has a subject complement a. the nurse felt my pulse b. i felt much better c. the day ended with many surprises d. we can't leave without seeing her
  5. english

    5. Choose the sentence that has a subject complement. A. I felt much better. [B. The nurse felt my pulse.] C. The day ended with many surprises. D. We can't leave without seeing her. is my answer correct
  6. english

    Which sentence has a subject complement? 1. The nurse felt my pulse. 2. I felt much better. 3. The day ended with many surprises. 4. We can't leave without seeing her.
  7. English

    choose the sentence that has a subject complement the nurse felt the pulse I felt much better the day ended with many surprises we can't believe without seeing her
  8. speech writing

    Which has a subject complement? A) The day ended with many surprises B) We can't leave without seeing her. C) The nurse felt my pulse D) I felt much better
  9. English

    Which has a subject complement? A. The nurse felt my pulse. B. I felt much better. C. The day ended with many surprises. D. We can't leave without seeing her. Please explain
  10. English

    pLease check my answer Which sentence has a subject complement 1.The nurse felt my pulse 2.I felt much better. 3. The day ended with many surprises. 4. We can't leave without seeing her. I pick answer #1
  11. Pratical English

    1. Which one of the following sentences contains an error in its verb? A. Both Clara and Nathan is planning to attend. B. Neither bananas nor squash was for sale. C. Either footnotes or endnotes are acceptable. D. Not only the players but also coach Jarvis
  12. English

    1. Select the sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly. A. Just between you and I, I am not impressed by our new manager. B. Be sure to divide all income from the suburban property between he and I. C. I sat between him and her during the sales
  13. Practical English

    This is my second time taking this exam this is the last one so I can graduate here is what I think the answers are. If you see any mistakes please help. 1. Choose the sentence in which the verb is a linking verb. A. He works at a gas station. B. His boss
  14. Grammar

    Can someone please check if my answers are correct? Identify the verb form that correctly completes each sentence: 1.At the stroke of midnight, the fireworks ________ into the night sky. A.burst B.bursts C.bursted D.bursting A 2.Jermaine, seeing the shower
  15. ENGLISH

    Select the complete subordinate clause (including all modifiers). I honestly did not know that you felt so strongly about the subject. A.I honestly b.I honestly did not know c.did not know that you d.that you felt e.that you felt so strongly f.that you
  16. English

    Can you please check my answers? Any questions involing italicized words just skip. 1. Choose the sentence in which the verb has a direct object. A. They won the game. B. She is insecure. C. I walked away. D. George was furious. 2. Which one of the
  17. english 7th grade

    I am to find the subject complement and linking verb in this sentence. At first we felt overwhelmed by the job ahead of us. Could you please help me understand , the examples in my book are not helping. Thank you
  18. English

    1. He felt happy. 2. He felt happiness. 3. He felt sad. 4. He felt sadness. (Are they all grammatical?)
  19. English

    Write a sentence that matches the form provided in the description (Sentence with compound subject and action verb.) My Sentence is : The lizard and the cat jumped on the mouse. Now i need a second sentence to match my first sentence (Sentence with a
  20. English

    1. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was near. 2. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was near to him. 3. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was close to him. 4. It's because Chuchu felt that his old master was near him. 5.
  21. English

    1. The second seed came out of the earth. 2. The second seed came out of the Earth. (Which one is correct? Do I have to use 'earth' or 'Earth'?) 3. I felt to get up early. 3-1. I felt getting up early. 3-2. I felt like getting up early. 3-3. I felt that I
  22. English

    Why didn't Chuchu stay calm? 1. It was because Chuchu felt his old master was so close to him. 2. He felt his old master was so close to him. 3. He felt his old master was near him. 4. He felt his old master was in the subway. 5. He felt his old master was
  23. statistics

    ) The personnel manager of a consumer products company asked a random sample of 300 employees how they felt about how they felt about going to a flex schedule, which would allow employees to choose their arrival and leaving times, on a five day schedule.
  24. English

    1. I took a shower so I felt refreshed. 2. I took a shower so that I felt refreshed. 3. I took a shower, so I felt refrewhed. (What does #1 mean, #2 or #3? In Sentence 1, there is no 'comma' before 'so.' In Sentence 1, we cannot see 'that' after 'so.')
  25. Math

    Erica has 8 squares of felt, each with area 16. For a certain craft project she cuts the largest circle possible from each square felt. What is the combined area of the excess felt left over after cutting out all the circles? A) 4(4-pi) B) 8(4-pi) C)
  26. English

    I'm working on a complements assignment, and I understand what they are, but I'm a little thrown off by something: Take the sentence, "At first this Saturday had been a warm, sunny day." Saturday is the subject, had been is the verb phrase, and the
  27. English

    1. He felt it hard to solve the problem. 2. He felt that he should get up early. 3. He felt like a philosopher. 4. The fish smelled like a dead body. (Are they all grammatical and correct?) 5. The stool is cheaper than the rocking chair. 6. The stool is
  28. Grammar

    Choose the sentence that is written and punctuated correctly. 1. She reported she was in the women's dressing room when she suffered what felt like a terrible chest cramp. 2. While she was in the womens' dressing room, she suffered what felt like a
  29. Social Studies

    Can you please explain this(Simple): "I took right of the cause. I could do but little...I did with a joyful heart, and never felt happier than when in an anti-slavery meeting...But, while attending an anti-slavery convection at Nantucket, on 11th of
  30. Geometry

    Glenda wants to glue glitter over a piece of felt shaped like a parallelogram with a height of 36 in. and a base of 46 in. If the glitter costs $1.20 per ft2 to cover the felt, how much will it cost to cover the felt? A) $55.20 B) $1987.2 C) $165.60 D)
  31. Social Studies

    Can you please explain this(Simple): ( I know what this means, I just don't know how to word it out) "I took right of the cause. I could do but little...I did with a joyful heart, and never felt happier than when in an anti-slavery meeting...But, while
  32. English

    What would the following time expressions change to in reported speech? Write a sentence in direct speech followed by one in reported speech to illustrate each change. The first one has been done for you as an example. a) today – that day Direct
  33. English

    1. I leave in a day or so. 2. I leave about in a day. 3. I leave around in a day. 4. I leave roughly in a day. 5. I leave approximately in a day. ======================== Are they they same in meaning? Do we have some other expressions which mean 'about'
  34. us history

    Which answer best expresses a political reason why some Americans supported the Loyalists? Although they could vote within their colony, they felt little could get done without having a king. Despite not being able to vote within their colony, they felt
  35. GT LA

    How does the phrase studying grammar function in sentence 4? Sentence 4: I hated studying grammar when I was in school. A) main verb Eliminate B) direct object C) subject complement D) subject of the sentence. subject My answer: D
  36. English

    I felt good/well when my family said that they enjoyed it. I think that I should pick well because it is an adverb that describes how I felt, is this correct?
  37. 7th grade - Social Studies

    how do you think women and native americans felt about not being included under the 14th amendment? how do you think white women felt when former slaves were allowed to vote and they were not? what percent of slaves were not freed after the issue of the
  38. English

    posted by rfvv yesterday at 10:38pm. owe [definition] -------------------------------------- The expressions are the definition of 'owe.' Which one is right, #2 or 1. to have to pay or repay 2. to feel the need to do or to give to 3. to feel the need to do
  39. English (PLEASE I NEED HELP)

    Read the following short excerpt of student writing. Use your vocabulary and grammar knowledge to determine which suggestions you would make to improve his or her grammar and word choice. I really thought she loved me but I discovered her grave betrayal
  40. English

    Jessie had felt sad all day. Jessie thought and thought about his situation and he thought to himself, I need to get myself together. Maria came in the door and asked what was wrong. He told her. Maria frowned. She felt as if she were being abandoned by
  41. social studies

    why does the cartoon from the bank war 1832 portray president jackson as a king? A many people felt he was motivated by his own wealth B some felt he had used his power inappropriately in vetoing legislation to recharter the bank C some felt there remained
  42. English

    Now I am confused. What about these sentences? I am happy to say that everyone in my family felt good/well after eating my meal. Is it well because it is an adverb that describes felt?
  43. English

    1. He still felt fun about the show to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers. 2. He still felt funny about the show to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers. 3. He still felt fun to watch the dynamic movements of the dancers about the show. (Are
  44. English 3

    1)Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used. S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition A lecture on cleanliness was not what the children wanted to hear. 2)Select the adjective clause and
  45. grammar

    Identify the sentence parts by placing the red abbreviations in their correct locations. Put parentheses around the prepositional phrases. Identify the subject, verb, and any complements (direct object, indirect object, subject complement, objective
  46. English 3

    1) Select the abbreviation that tells how the italicized noun clause is used. S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition Our study efforts should go to (whatever subject is most in need of improvement.) *my answer is DO
  47. Grammar

    Rewrite each of these sentences, correcting any errors in subject-verb agreement. If the subject and verb, write Correct. 1. No one of Columbus' sailors are in good health. A: Correct? 2. Neither success nor victory comfort the dying soldier. A: Neither
  48. Social Studies

    Ok so I'm supposed to write how the Europeans felt when they found America and how the Taino (the Indians that were originally there)felt about what happened, and I'm kind of stuck.
  49. English

    Decide if the underlined pronoun in the sentence below is used as a subject, a predicate nominative, or an appositive. 1:Both Ben and (he) will graduate at the same time. A:Subject*** B:Predicate nominative C:Appositive 2:The driver of that station was
  50. Language arts 8th grade.

    Which sentence contains a predicate pronoun as a subject complement? 1) The best person for the job is she. 2) The ground is sloping and uneven.* 3) We wondered what happened to him. 4) Amy is employee of the week. Identify the capital portion of the
  51. Grammar

    Read the following short excerpt of student writing. Use your vocabulary and grammar knowledge to determine which suggestions you would make to improve his or her grammar and word choice. I really thought she loved me but I discovered her grave betrayal
  52. History

    Which answer best describes Andrew Jackson's view of a national bank? A)Jackson felt that a national bank should be more tightly regulated by the government. B)Jackson felt that a national bank was well within the rights of the federal government to
  53. Grammar Please hurry please

    Identify the words that correctly complete the following sentence. If none of the choices are correct, choose "none of the above." In a sentence with a compound verb, each verb (Points : 1) may have a different subject must have the same subject may not
  54. English

    1. Read the following paragraph from "Like the Sun." The incense sticks burnt low. Sekhar's head throbbed with the medley of sounds that had assailed his ear-drums for a couple of hours now. He felt half stupefied. The headmaster had gone nearly hoarse,
  55. History

    How did the U.S. economy change after WWII ended, compared to what it had been like during the war? what Where people were able to have and do, and what might it have felt like after the scarcity of wartime.
  56. English

    1. I walked to school, feeling embarrassed. 2. I walked to school, and I felt embarrassed. 2-2. I walked to school, and felt embarrassed. 2-3. I walked to school and I felt embarrassed. 3. I walked to school, while I felt embarrassed. 3-2. I walked to
  57. English

    while doing sentence pattern I'am unable to identify which is complement and object clearly. I know that complement is the one which completes the sense of the sentence but for example "floods cause destruction". in this sentence which is complement or
  58. Story 'the necklace ' by guy de Maupassant

    Describe how u felt about Mathlide at the beginning of the Story , and how u felt about her at the end . Just 3 sentences plz. I wrote a few things
  59. grammar

    Can you say that someone felt as congruent as they felt before?
  60. Sentence skills

    1. The following sentence is an example of which primary English sentence pattern? The toddler tossed his father the ball. A. Subject+ action verb + direct object B. Pronoun+ subject+ interrogative verb (C. Subject+ action verb+ indirect object+ direct
  61. to writeacher

    The following sentence illustrate several kinds of nonparallel constuction. Rewrite the sentence to achieve parallelism. If you insist on reading the Old Testament all the way through and to do the same with the New Testament, you are in for some big
  62. history

    How did the U.S. economy change after WWII ended compared to what it had been like during the war? Use specific examples of what people were able to have and to do, and what it must have felt like after the scarcity of their wartime experience.
  63. History

    How did the U.S. economy change after WWII ended, compared to what it had been like during the war? Use specific examples of what people were able to have and do and what it must have felt like after the scarcity of their wartime experiences.
  64. English

    To answer the question below, use an idea that you generated in Part 2 of Lesson 2 or come up with a new idea. In the text box provided below indicate the following; The writing idea The kinds of questions you will be writing (Informational , Personal, or
  65. English

    Sandy's throw to first base was short the grey-blue ocean stretched out before him. dianna gave George a cold shoulder at the party assist me with Identify the sentence parts by putting the red abbreviations to their correct locations. Put parentheses
  66. English

    1. Peggy and Maddie felt sorry about teasing Wanda. = Peggy and Maddie felt sorry that they teased Wanda. 2. Peggy and Maddie felt sorry about having teased Wanda. = Peggy and Maddie felt sorry that they had teased Wanda. (What is the difference between #1
  67. physics

    When rolling along the felt on the billiard table, the ball experiences a frictional force of 0.2 N. a. What is the deceleration of the ball on the felt? b. How far will the ball roll before stopping? c. Explain this in terms of Newtons first law of
  68. Grammar

    Use the infinitives below to write ten sentence. Label each use of the infinitive a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. 1). to sing 2). to drive 3). to give 4). to walk 5). to tell 6). to contribute 7). to act 8). to be 9). to sleep 10). to dream These are
  69. English

    posted by rfvv yesterday at 7:25am. The dietitian says, "This is the school cafeteria." What does the school cafeterian mean? 1. This is the (only) school cafeterian of our school. 2. This is the specific school cafeterian of our school. [What does "This
  70. French

    I am a little confused as to how a sentence can have a what looks like a "complement de phrase" but is actually part of the subject. I am supposed to formulate a sentence that is like this. Thanks for any assistance.
  71. english

    Can someone check my work PLEASE.. Which of the following is not a strategy for revising your paper? Check for redundant language. Remove overly complicated language. Get rid of euphemisms and clichés. None of the above (my choice) Choose the correct word
  72. English

    Which is a simple sentence? 1. Given the time of day,we were lucky to find a taxi. 2. Shelia used the lawnmower and Jacob drove the tractor. 3. Eventually she will. 4. Jennifer and Brian gave money to the orphanage. Would number 4 be an example of a simple
  73. a Seperate Peace

    What are some examples of similies in the novel and what are the page numbers? Similes (note the correct spelling) occur when comparisons are being made with the use of "like" or "as" or "as if" or "as though" -- etc. "I found it. I found a single
  74. Writing

    Is this correct? describe the feedback you received from WritePointSM, providing specific examples of helpful suggestions, as well as ones you felt may have been incorrect and why you think that. underline topic sentence. Topic sentence firtst sentence I
  75. Easy (yet confusing) Algebra

    These problems are pretty easy, but confusing (as stated in the subject line). |2x+5|-x=10 |3x+4|-2x=11 I know there are supposed to be two answers for each problem, for the first problem I got 5 and for the second problem I got 7. I can't figure out the
  76. Two Voice poem

    Ok so I have to write a two voice poem on Christopher Columbus finding America, ok so I'm supposed to write how the Europeans felt when they found America and how the Taino (the Indians that were originally there)felt about what happened, and I'm kind of
  77. english 4

    I need to identify the subject, verb, and any complements (direct object, indirect object, subject complement, objective complement) and the prepositional phrases of the following sentances. Those mustard pickles are to sour for me.
  78. subject verb agreement

    mike felt bad or badly after beating his best friend in a tennis match
  79. English

    1. This morning, I walked to school, feeling embarrassed. 2. This morning, I walked to school, while I was feeling embarrassed. 3. This morning, I walked to school, while I felt embarrassed. 4. This morning, I walked to school, and I felt embarrassed. 5.
  80. english

    The following sentence illustrate several kinds of nonparallel constuction. Rewrite the sentence to achieve parallelism. If you insist on reading the Old Testament all the way through and to do the same with the New Testament, you are in for some big
  81. history

    Who tended NOT to sympathize with the Allies in the first years of the war? A. President Wilson and most of his advisers. B. German-American immigrants. C. Those who felt closer cultural ties with British and French culture. D. Americans who felt a closer
  82. grammar

    Can you check these sentences, please? "I've always loved animals and felt I could communicate with them. To become a veterinarian, I must carefully choose the right school."
  83. physics

    Our muscles atrophy when there is no gravitational force. On long space flights this is a problem, which is why astronauts exercise. On very long space flights it might be advisable to simulate gravity. Your space ship is a long cylinder of radius 100 m
  84. vocabulary

    Does this sentence make sense? "She was so happy and grateful that I felt more than recompense for all that I had tried to do to help her."
  85. math

    Meggie has 2,784 stickers. 1/4 of them have glitter, 3/8 of them are felt and the rest are plain. How many of the stickers are felt? what fraction of the stickers are plain?
  86. English

    What is the subject complement in this sentence? Painting is one of the oldest arts.
  87. ENGLISH

    In the following sentence, what is the subject complement? My neighbor is a newspaper reporter.
  88. english

    In the following sentence, what is the subject complement? My neighbor is a newspaper reporter.
  89. English

    The students felt fairly prepared for whatever tests their instructors might give them, after years of studying , however difficult the test might be which group of words is misplaced in the sentence above? a. however difficult they might be b. the
  90. math

    bob wants to glue glitter over a piece of felt shaped like a rectangle with length 46 inches and width 56 inches. if the glitter costs .30 to cover a square foot of material , how much will it cost to cover the felt with glitter?
  91. English writing rules

    Directions:Correct the following sentence if needed given under the rule of:Inclusive-language-talking about perple with disabilities and diseases. (1) Her brother's friend is an AIDS victim. The problem is the word "victim." Can you rewrite the sentence
  92. grammar

    looking for simple subects. we spent most the day picking berries in the woods. There is only one word in that sentence that is the subject. All the other words make up the predicate. Who is doing the action in the sentence? That's the subject. =)
  93. practical english

    In the following sentence, what is the subject complement ? My neighbor is a newspaper reporter?
  94. foreign languages

    Writeacher, I changed my name to Mike1 because someone answered my post with "I don't know". I hope it is OK with you. Here are the sentences I left out before. 1) I was proud of myself for helping my granny last holiday (on my last holiday, during my last
  95. English hurry

    Identify the words that correctly complete the following sentence. If none of the choices are correct, choose "none of the above." In a sentence with a compound verb, each verb (Points : 1) may have a different subject must have the same subject may not
  96. Grammar

    Find the simple subject and simple predicate of this sentence. We have to leave immediately to go to the meeting at the recreation center. the simple subject is we and the simple predicate is have because to leave is an infinitive phrase
  97. English Help!!! Correcting Grammar

    Choose the word in the following sentences that is grammatically incorrect: 1. Lisa enjoys meeting men who are very intelligent and real refined, but not too egotistical. Answer a. enjoys b. very c. real d. too e. egotistical IDENTIFY BELOW! 2. My lady and
  98. English

    5. Identify the simple subject in the sentence "There are too many people on this elevator." A. many B. people C. There D. elevator I picked B, because people is the subject and the verb is are. This places the verb before the subject, since the subject of
  99. us history

    Write a well-organized essay analyzing the effectiveness of propaganda in a World War I poster. Remember that you will be graded on content, organization, and mechanics (grammar, spelling, punctuation, and sentence structure). Be sure to include the
  100. history

    why is the study of the history of Apartheid in South Africa important in the study of world history? Apartheid in South Africa shows us what happens when a minority attempts to control the majority by extreme institutionalized discrimination. Although