Identify the complete adverb clause. After I went to bed last night, the telephone rang twice. After I went to bed After I went to bed last night I went to bed last night to bed last night the telephone rang the telephone rang twice
After I went to bed last night
In the sentence, there are two clauses: an independent clause: the telephone rang twice (because it expresses a complete thought) and a dependent clause: After I went to bed last night(Because it does not express a complete thought on its own).
Dependent clauses can work as adjectives, nouns, or adverbs in a sentence. An adverb clause modifies verbs, adjectives or other adverbs and they are often introduced by a coordinating conjunction such as after, before, until and because. When they are placed at the beginning of a sentence (such as in the sentence given), they begin with a coordinating conjunction and end with a comma: After I went to bed last night, the telephone rang twice.
So, in the sentence, "After I went to bed last night" is an adverb clause because it has all those characteristics, and it modifies or adds further information to the verb "rang twice", more specifically, it answers the question When?: When did the telephone ring twice? Answer: After I went to bed last night.
♥"After I went to bed last night" is the adverb clause in the sentence
Parallel construction means that youA. begin each paragraph of your essay in the same way. B. repeat the first paragraph of your essay as the last paragraph. C. give both sides of the argument in your essay. D. use the same grammatical construction in all similar headings throughout an outline.
The correct answer is D. Use the same grammatical construction in all similar headings throughout an outline. This occurrence is also known as parallelism or a parallel structure.
In which sentence is the participial phrase punctuated correctly?a. Running very quickly, Grace managed to get to the bus stop on time. b. Running very quickly Grace managed, to get to the bus stop on time. c. Running very quickly Grace managed to get to the bus stop on time.
a. Running very quickly, Grace managed to get to the bus stop on time.
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Dwaina's sisters, Stephanie, sixteen, and Crystal, nine, already had aprons tied around their waists. Dwaina turned on the radio, and they all formed an assembly line and dug in. Gail threw chicken into three skillets and got them all going at once. Dwaina slapped meat on open slices of bread and covered them with mayo. Crystal wrapped sandwiches and stuffed sacks. Dwaina looked on proudly as the corner of the kitchen began to fill up with sacks. It looked like a lot of meals.The author’s words evoke a sense of
satisfaction. surprise. resentment. confusion.
Answer: A) Satisfaction.
Explanation: In the given excerpt we can see the description of how the sisters Stephanie, Dwaina and Crystal were preparing food like sandwiches and chicken. At the end of the excerpt, the narrator expresses that "Dwaina looked on proudly as the corner of the kitchen began to fill up with sacks" this phrase represents the author's use of words to evoke a sense of satisfaction in the text.
The author is creating a sense of satisfaction. Hope this helps!!!!:)
What mode of narration did Emily Brontë use in Wuthering Heights? A.free indirect speech B.frame narrative C.third-person limited D.third-person omniscient
The question ask to choose among the following choices that states the mode of narration that Emily Bronte did use in Wuthering Heights and the best answer would be C. Third person limited. I hope you are satisfied with my answer and feel free to ask for more
fame of narritive
Which of the following root words means “more than one”? A. Junct- B. Ject- C. Ambi- D. Terr-
The correct answer is C - Ambi. It means more than one. a prefix occurring in loanwords from Latin, meaning “both” ( ambiguous) and “around” ( ambient); used in the formation of compound words: ambitendency. Origin of ambi- Expand. Latin.
The root word A) 'Ambi-' means 'more than one'. It originates from Latin and it signifies 'both' or 'on both sides'. Other root words such as 'Junct-', 'Ject-', and 'Terr-' do not denote more than one.
The root word that means 'more than one' among the choices provided is'Ambi-'. The prefix 'Ambi-' originates from Latin and it signifies 'both' or 'on both sides', which implies more than one. For instance, the term 'ambidextrous' signifies a person who is skilled at using both hands equally well.
The other root words, 'Junct-', 'Ject-', and 'Terr-' do not have a connotation of 'more than one'. 'Junct-' pertains to 'join', 'Ject-' means 'throw', and 'Terr-' signifies 'earth'.