1. grammar

    Identify ALL nouns and pronouns in the following sentence. An = not a noun or pronoun evaluation = noun with = not a noun or pronoun Maddox = noun rod = noun was = not a noun or pronoun consistent = not a noun or pronoun with = not a noun or crossed = not
  2. grammar

    Identify ALL nouns and pronouns in the following sentences. Pupils are equal, round, and reactive to light. pupil = noun are = not a noun or pronoun equal = not a noun or pronoun round = not a noun or pronoun and = not a noun or pronoun reactive = not a
  3. grammar

    Identify ALL nouns and pronouns in the following sentence. An abdominal film showed no obstruction. An = not a noun abdominal = adjective not a noun or film = noun showed = not a noun or pronoun no = not a noun or pronoun obstruction= noun
  4. Language Arts EnglishIII

    Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Also identify the class and noun function of the pronoun using the abbreviations from the chart. For intensive pronouns, put NONE for noun function. Due to the large storm approaching, three students, Jamie,
  5. grammar

    Xerofoam gauze and glycerin-soaked cotton were placed in the umbilicus. Xerofoam = not a noun or pronoun gauze = noun and = not a noun glycerin = noun soaked = not a noun cotton = noun were = not a noun or pronoun placed = not a noun or pronoun in = not a
  6. English

    Identify the word that best describes the bolded word. 1. NO ONE believed the woman when she said that she was at the crime scene that night. A.) Noun B.) Pronoun****** C.) Verb D.) Adverb The president HERSELF had to intervene to settle the dispute. A.)
  7. grammar

    Nouns Use the following categories to identify each noun: concrete noun, proper noun, abstract noun, possessive noun, or compound noun. You will use two categories to identify some of the nouns. 1. War's possessive noun proper noun (is it concrete or
  8. grammar

    She is tender to palpation over the lateral femoral condyle. She = pronoun is = not a noun or pronoun tender = not a noun or pronoun to = not a noun or pronoun palpation = noun over = not a noun or pronoun the = not a noun or pronoun lateral =not a noun or
  9. english

    Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Also identify the class and noun function of the pronoun using the abbreviations from the chart. For intensive pronouns, put NONE for noun function. That was a very long phone call.
  10. Grammar-Writeacher

    Match the part of speech: a. noun b. pronoun c. antecedent (the noun (or nouns to which a pronoun refers) d. adjective e. adverb f. verb g.preposition h. conjunction 1. This stack of books is hers. a. This = d. adjective b. of = g. preposition c. books =
  11. Writing

    What is the difference between a common noun, proper noun, possessive noun and pronoun?
  12. Help with English sentence pattern

    follows these rules: begins with a relative pronoun, follows any noun, restrictive noun follows common noun, non restrictive follows proper noun commas are not supposed to be used(i guess this is supposed to be sentence pattern 15??) here's the sentence:
  13. Quick French

    Just checking if my articles are correct. le stade (masculine noun) le musée (masculine noun) le cinema (masculine noun) le restaurant (masculine noun) le conert (masculine noun) la plage (feminine noun) la bibliothèque (feminine noun) la piscine
  14. grammar

    He was then awakened and extubated. He = not a noun or pronoun was = not a noun or pronoun then = not a noun or pronoun awakened = not a noun or pronoun and =not a noun or pronoun extubated = not a noun or pronoun
  15. Grammar

    Select the correct statement: A) The subject of the sentence is that part about which something is being said, and it sometimes contains a noun or pronoun. B) The predicate of the sentence is that part about which something is being said, and it always
  16. English

    work-abstract noun money-material noun homework-abstract noun food - collective noun fruit - collective noun (Are the kinds of nouns explained correctly?)
  17. English Poetry

    Define parts of Speech for Jabberwocky I'm on stanza 2 Please check: Beware(v) the(article) Jabberwock(Noun) my (adj) son (noun) The (article) jaws (n) that (pronoun) bite (verb), the(article) claws (noun) that(pronoun) catch (verb) Beware(verb)
  18. English

    15. In this sentence, what is the antecedent of the pronoun it? A. work B. house C. Carla D. her I answered B, because the house (noun) was replaced by the word it (pronoun, which is considered the antecedent of the pronoun. Is my thinking correct. 17.
  19. ENGLISH

    PLEASE HELP !! Identify the pronoun in the sentence below. Also identify the class and noun function of the pronoun using the abbreviations from the chart. For intensive pronouns, put NONE for noun function. 1.Robert was successful because his planning
  20. english

    In the sentence: We visited a museum in the afternoon. Which are the common nouns vs proper noun? Is We a common noun or just a pronoun? Thanks
  21. Grammar-Writeacher

    My last set of Questions: Match the part of speech for each word. a. noun b. pronoun c. antecedent ???? d. adjective e. adverb f. verb g. preposition h. conjunction 1. I read Moby Dick and Wuthering Heights last semester. a. read = f. verb b. last = d.
  22. English

    Identify the part of speech for the CAPITALIZED phrase. The novel Huck Finn is set along the banks of the MISSISSIPPI RIVER. a. proper noun*** b. common noun c. collective noun d. compound noun
  23. english

    1. The young student (noun), who was new to (preposition) the school, wants (verb) to join the debating and (conjunction) fencing clubs, 2. I (pronoun) dream nightly (verb) to play the guitar (noun) in (preposition) the school (adjective) band. 3. The
  24. Grammar

    An antecedent is A) The first pronoun in a sentence B) The noun that a pronoun refers back to C) The pronoun that a noun refers back to my answer is B but for some reason it looks like it could be C
  25. Grammar

    1. Identify the NC in each of the following sentences. Tell whether it is a Subject Noun Clause, an Object Noun Clause or an extraposed subject Noun Clause. a.For Karen to quit now would be foolish. [subject noun clause] b.Betty knew that I was busy.
  26. english

    In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun renamed by the appositive. Mr. Murray, the Scoutmaster, likes to hike. Appositive: Noun or pronoun renamed:
  27. English

    In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mr. Murray, the Scoutmaster, likes to hike. Appositive? Noun or pronoun defined?
  28. English

    The 'White House' has been home to many animals as well as presidents. (1 point) common noun proper noun compound noun collective noun
  29. eng9

    The White House has been home to many animals as well as presidents. (1 point) common noun proper noun compound noun collective noun
  30. Grammar

    An adjective: A) Modifies another noun only. B) Modifies a noun or a pronoun. C) Modifies a noun, pronoun, adjective, or adverb. D) Modifies a noun, pronoun or another adjective. My answer is B
  31. English

    Identify the choice that best describes the word "St. Louis" As I listened to Carlos, I pictured my self in St. Louis. common noun proper noun*** compound noun collective noun *** - My Answer
  32. English part of speech Help

    The part of speech is in all caps: 1. "Way too cool" is a colloquial expression that should never be used in FORMAL writing. a. noun b. pronoun c. verb d. adjective e. adverb f. preposition g. conjunction 2. Each person in this CLASS has a desire to be
  33. language arts

    how does a preposition function in a sentence? a. it shows action. b. it takes the place of a noun. c. it tells more about the subject. d. it relates to a noun or pronoun to another word im the sentence.
  34. grammar

    If it tells you more about a noun, it’s a/an ________. A) adjective B) adverb C) noun D) pronoun E) verb I answered d
  35. Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, and Verbs

    An object pronoun takes the place of a/an _______ in the object part of a sentence. A. verb B. different pronoun C. adjective D. noun
  36. English

    Identify the choice that best describes the word "report" Carlos wrote a report about modern foods for his social studies class. common noun*** proper noun compound noun collective noun *** - My Answer
  37. English

    write a sentence about what the future holds using 1 abstract noun 1 subordinate clause. and then another sentence same topic using 1concrete noun 1 adjectives 1 prepositional phrase 1 personal pronoun and 1 interjection.
  38. grammar

    In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mother gave a birthday gift to Mary, my youngest sister. Appositive/Appositive phrase: Noun or pronoun defined:
  39. Grammar

    The object of the preposition is ________ a noun when we define a noun as a person or thing, a proper name, a pronoun, or a gerund. A) always B) never C) sometimes I answered Sometimes
  40. English

    a simple subject can be either a noun or a/an.......... is is a noun and a pronoun?
  41. English

    PLEASE HELP ME! I have been trying all day! I need a sentence for tomorrow that follows this pattern and ends with a ! Pronoun-predicate verb-verb-article-proper noun-verb-article=adjective-proper noun- preposition - proper noun ! Please I'm begging HELP
  42. language atrs

    A. singular possessive noun B. plural possessive noun C. singular possessive pronoun D. plural possessive pronoun E. singular verb F. incorrect usage G. singular noun H. plural noun tell me the answers for the following chose from the answers choices above
  43. Check these ASAP please!!!

    Please check these: 1.A 2.C 3.C 4.B 5.B ----------------------------------------------------- 1.Which part of speech is the parentheseised word? (Set) the table for me, please. A.verb B.pronoun C.noun D.adjective
  44. pronouns/nouns

    Could you please help with some of my homework questions of nouns and pronouns We can help you better, if you give us the specific questions. However, here are some sites that may be helpful. I got them by using the key words "noun pronoun" to search on
  45. English

    Can a noun be located in a prepositional phrase? Yes, most of the time the object of a preposition is a noun. Sometimes it's a pronoun, but most of the time it's a noun. Examples: in the house to the store for my education into Jane's house because of my
  46. English...check my work

    parts of speech 1.Mason is fantastic at gossamer billowing. my answer: Mason=noun, is=verb fantastic=adjective at=preposition gossamer=adjective billowing=noun We get to go home early on Wednesday. my answer: We=pronoun get to go=verb home=noun
  47. english grammar check please

    parts of speech 1.Mason is fantastic at gossamer billowing. my answer: Mason=noun, is=verb fantastic=adjective at=preposition gossamer=adjective billowing=noun We get to go home early on Wednesday. my answer: We=pronoun get to go=verb home=noun
  48. Language Arts

    Is her a noun? Is cat a person, place or thing? Isn't her a pronoun? Either a possessive or personal pronoun? A cat is a thing, the word cat is indeed a noun. Your dictionary can be a big help on these words... yes and thing A cat is a thing her is a
  49. enlish/grammar

    I was wondering if these sentences are labeled right with either predicate noun or predicate adjective? Their presence was necessary in the far north country in the early days. preicate noun Now they are famous throughout the world. predicate noun They are
  50. English

    Identify the part of speech or the form of a part of speech in the underlined portion of the next sentence. The children steadily eased themselves into the cold water of the neighborhood pool. A. Common noun B. Proper noun C. Pronoun D. Adjective I think
  51. english

    IDENTIFY THE PARTS OF SPEECH IN THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE. I usually go swimming with my best friend and his rather unusual girlfriend. a) I - personal pronoun - countable (I is the subject in this sentence) b) usually - adverb (indicates frequency) c) go -
  52. French

    Original Poem-Formula Poetry line one = a noun line two = 2 adjs. that describe the noun line three = a sentence describing noun. line four = another word that has the same meaning as noun. Could I have an example on this please.
  53. writing

    what are some antonyms and synonyms for the words: illusion (noun) horizon (noun) consecutive (adjective) debut (noun) gross (adjective) monastery (noun) thank you!
  54. LAL!

    Noun Clauses 1. is this noun clause used as a predicate noun? - Kendra is asking WHY you are acting that way. 2. is this noun clause used as direct object? - Do you know WHO is in charge of counting votes? thank you
  55. English

    Ok. Its about syntax in the post. How does this look. Identify the parts of speech in the following sentence. I usually go swimming with my best friend and his rather unusual girlfriend I - personal pronoun - countable (I is the subject in this sentence)
  56. grammar

    was brought = conjunction and = conjunction anesthesia = noun upper = preposition was prepped = verb draped = pronoun in = preposition sterile = pronoun longitudinal = noun was made = verb along = proposition thenar = adjective
  57. English

    Need to underline the noun or pronoun and circle the word that modifies it.... 1. Countless pioneers crossed this vast continent. Noun=pioneers Adj=countless, Noun=continent Adj=this,vast 2. Some people wanted rich, productive farmland. Noun=people
  58. english

    I need a sentence with a pronoun-adjective, noun, helping verb, conjunction, helping verb, main verb, preposition, pronoun-adjective and noun in that order. Please help. Thanks in advance.
  59. English

    Choose the function of the italicized infinitive phrase. 1.May I have permission to use the car tonight? 2.He went to Europe to study architecture. 3.I want to go with you to the store. 4.Can you give me a place to put my things? 5.To help you is my
  60. english

    in each sentence is a Direct object, a predicate noun, or a predicate pronoun. underline ''direct object,''predicate noun or predicate pronoun. 1. Paul gave thanks for the bread. 2.The others also took meat. 3. We are 276 souls in God's care,''Paul said.
  61. English

    1. All the food was gone. 2. All the food were gone. 3. All the foods was gone. 4. All the foods were gone. (Which ones are grammatical? What kind of noun is 'food'? A countable noun or an uncountable noun? A material noun or a collective noun? Thank you.)
  62. grammar

    In the sentence - "Tom could see the anger in Mr. Adams' face." is "Mr. Adams' face" a compound noun? I know Mr. Adams' is a possessive noun and face is a common noun but I am supposed to list compound nouns. Same with the sentence "The Team lost their
  63. English

    Identify the part of speech or the form of a part of speech in the underlined portion of the next sentence. The children steadily eased themselves into the cold water of the neighborhood pool. A. common noun B. proper noun C. pronoun D. adjective
  64. lanugage

    write each noun in each sentence. tell wether each noun is a common or plural noun. 1. He is a gives lessons to young children. 2. Ryan will learn to swim this summer. 3. He kicks his feet in the water. 4. Some teens are lifeguards at Central Pool.
  65. English

    A. Zach enjoyed biking to his job at the Bistro Cafe'. the early morning ride gave some serenty to his hectic schedule. Opening the restaurant allowed him to get everything ready before the rest of the crew arrived. 1. In the above passage, an example of a
  66. Language Arts

    What is a concrete-noun? Nouns fall into two types -- concrete and abstract: If the noun represents a person, place, or thing (something you can see or touch or smell or ???), it's considered a concrete noun. If the noun represents an idea (something you
  67. english grammar check my answer

    Can you help with the parts of speech: am I correct? 1. The high school game is at home tonight. answer:(The ..article..high school ..adjective... game...noun..at..preposition....home..noun....tonight...adverb) 2. The junior high track team is going to win
  68. eng

    What is the pronoun in this sentence: Me Smith gave it one more try before giving up on the mower How does the noun function and what is the pronoun class?
  69. english

    We met at Nick's house before going out to eat. Proper Noun=Nick's Common noun=house Byron Elementay School has a day off tomorrow. Proper noun= Bryon Elementary School Common noun=tomorrow They studied the pictures of Venus. Proper Noun=Venus Common
  70. French

    Translate the sentence you see in to French. We see you. (familiar) Smart Text Plain Text HTML Preview Question 2 2 points Save Which of the following sentences is the sentence you see below, with a direct object pronoun replacing the direct object noun?
  71. English

    When a the subject of sentence has 2 or more nouns or pronouns connected by “or” or “nor,” the verb must agree with the noun or pronoun that appears closest to the verb in the sentence. Would this be true or false?
  72. Grammar

    When a the subject of sentence has 2 or more nouns or pronouns connected by “or” or “nor,” the verb must agree with the noun or pronoun that appears closest to the verb in the sentence. A) True B) False I answered A
  73. 4th grade

    what is a possessive pronoun that could replace these words 1.Martha Katz's (before a noun) 1.Martha Katz's ( not before a Noun)
  74. Correction - Grammar

    2.Which of the following sentences contain Noun Clauses and which contain adverbial clauses? a.Liz accepted [that she would never be a great opera singer.] (Noun Clause) b.I’ll participate provided [that you listen to me.] (Noun Clause) c.We waited
  75. English

    The sentence is: No one grew tired of eating it. Is there any prepositional phrases in there? The other sentence says: Linking verbs link the subject with a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective. Is everything after with(also including with)a prepositional
  76. english

    what is a possessive pronoun that could replace these words 1.Martha Katz's (before a noun) 1.Martha Katz's ( not before a Noun)
  77. Language

    As which parts of speech can the multiple meaning word cry be used? 1. Noun and verb (My correct answer) 2. Noun only 3. Adjective and noun 4. Adjective only
  78. 11th grade english. Noun clauses

    I'm supposed to choose how the italicized noun clause is used. Not so sure about the different types of noun clauses.. can someone help me? & also kinda explain the difference? 1.The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.] S OP PN DO 2.I am
  79. Science

    Plural Noun That Change Spelling .Write the plural noun for each singular noun. Wolf man tooth
  80. English

    Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? A. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. B. It will be set off by commas. C. It will typically include the relative pronoun which. D. It will follow a proper
  81. english

    Which of the following is true regarding a restrictive adjectival clause? A. It will follow a general noun and is not set off by commas. B. It will be set off by commas. C. It will typically include the relative pronoun which. D. It will follow a proper
  82. 11th grade english

    I'm supposed to choose how the italicized noun clause is used. Not so sure about the different types of noun clauses.. can someone help me? & also kinda explain the difference? 1.The first thing to consider was [how to find a paying job.] S OP PN DO 2.I am
  83. Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, and Verbs

    Which of the following statements is true regarding sentence components? A. Every sentence must have an object. B. The object can be a noun or a verb. C. Often the subject will act upon the object. D. The predicate can be a noun or a verb.
  84. grammar

    Is audience a pronoun, or just a noun? Can "yourself" be a demonstrative or Indefinite pronoun?
  85. grammar

    Is the abbreviation Pkwy. a proper noun? How about Mt.? It seems like mount would be a common noun since it is not with a proper noun, but it is capitalized.
  86. history

    The noun to which a pronoun refers is called the ________ of the pronoun. A. dependent B. object [C. antecedent] D. modifier is my answer correct
  87. Pratical English

    Can someone check over my answers please. 1. Which sentence contains a helping verb? A. A small snake slithered across the yard. B. I walked to the movie theater. C. Sophia will be taking swimming lessons for the first time. D. The group of small children
  88. English

    Question 9 How is an amount indicated for a noncount noun? add an -es to the noun include a noncount noun first add an -s to the noun include a count noun first Question 10 Count nouns are usually what type of words? wrong specific limitless abstract
  89. Nouns

    Our son's 3rd grade teacher gave out a homework assignment which had the students make a sentence for each of their spelling words and then circle the "noun" in the sentence. We received his homework back from the teacher with the words, "I, you, He",
  90. Language Arts

    Information in an entry tells you that salute A. Is used only by military personnel. B. Can be used as both a verb and a noun. C. Can be used as both a verb and a noun. D. Is used as a verb but also never as a noun. Is the answer C?
  91. English

    I need a sentence with a Helping verb, pronoun,verb,pronoun,preposition,and noun. all in order. Please and thank you
  92. english

    what is a noun? a noun is a person, place, thing, or idea Anonymous is exactly right... Here is a great website on all sorts of nouns with examples for each. http://www.arts.uottawa.ca/writcent/hypergrammar/nouns.html
  93. word order

    Which is the correct ordering of adjectives and adverbs in the English language? adverb-adjective-noun adjective-adverb-noun adverb-noun-adjective noun-adjective-adverb
  94. english

    I have to find the adjectives of a sentence and the noun it modifies. 1.)Other explorers, restless and eager, sought freedom. Adj.- other, restless, and eager. Noun- explorers. 2.) They were slow-footed yet persistent. Adj.- slow-footed and persistent.
  95. Grammar

    2.Which of the following sentences contain NC’s and which contain adverbial clauses? a.Liz accepted [that she would never be a great opera singer. ](Noun Clause) b.I’ll participate provided [that you listen to me.] (Noun Clause) c.We waited [until the
  96. ENGLISH

    What is the proper noun and common noun in this sentence. On his journey back to America, Victor sailed on the Princess.
  97. English grammar

    There are five kinds of nouns: Common nouns, collective nouns, material nouns, proper nouns, and abstract nouns. What kinds of nouns is 'hour'? It's a common noun, so it is a countable noun. Therefore we have to use many before hours. For example, how many
  98. english

    sentence containing noun clause or noun phrase
  99. English

    1. Why is the agreement in the following sentence incorrect? Neither of the cakes are very expensive. The verb should agree with cakes, which is a plural noun. The verb should agree with cakes, which is a singular noun. The verb should agree with neither,
  100. Enlgish

    I just need an explanation from the instructions. I am a bit confused about it. EITHER use EACH of these nouns in a sentence which shows a human trait or characteristic OR choose one noun and use it in FIVE different sentences showing five human traits for