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Asked in Moby Dick
In Moby Dick who asks captain ahab if Moby Dick took his leg off?
The first mate, Starbuck: "Captain Ahab, I have heard of Moby Dick - but it was not Moby Dick that took off thy leg?" ...
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure, Pronouns, Verbs
Does the pronoun I use as predicate in the sentence?
All sentences must have some form of predicate. A predicate is a verb and all of the words that follow that are related to that verb. A predicate can be just the verb, a simple predicate. Examples: How did you get here so fast? I ran. (the verb 'ran' is a simple predicate) How did you get here so fast? I took the train from work. (the complete predicate is 'took the train from work'; the simple predicate is the verb 'took') ...
Asked in Poptropica
Is mystery train a real story?
It took my baby, and it's never comin' back. Well I went to the station, to meet my baby at the gate Asked the station master, "Is your train running late?" She said she'd be waiting on the 5:44 Well, I hate to tell you boy, that train don't stop here no more. Mystery train, rolling down the track. Mystery train, rolling down the track. ...
How long did it take for the train to travel at a speed of 25.0km with 15 cars?
Take the distance and divide by the speed of the train. That is how long it took for the train to travel. ...
Asked in Adjectives and Articles
What is the adjective in this sentence-The Fosters had a good time when they took a train to Chicago?
The adjective in the sentence "The Fosters had a good time when they took a train to Chicago" is 'good'. 'Good' is the adjective as it describes the noun 'time'. For another example of an adjective in this case, we can use 'bad' instead of good: "The Fosters had a bad time when they took a train to Chicago." ...
Asked in History of Sports, Baseball History
Did Josh Gibson really hit a ball from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh?
No, but he hit the ball onto a train, and the train TOOK the ball to Pittsburgh! ...
Asked in Pop Music, Rock Music, Lyrics and Sheet Music
What is the song called that starts with the words he took the midnight train?
"Don't Stop Believin'" aka "Small Town Girl" by Journey: "Just a small town girl/Livin' in a lonely world/She took the midnight train going anywhere/Just a city boy/Born and raised in South Detroit/He took the midnight train going anywhere..." ...