Led hundreds to freedom - is hundreds a noun or adjective?
It is an adjectival noun. Here "hundreds" stands for hundreds of people, a noun phrase. But it is shortened to hundreds.
No, Led is not an adjetive. Adjetives are words that describe a noun(a noun is a person, place, or thing). Led would be considered a noun. In "Black Led" black is the adjetive because it is describing the noun, which in this case is led.
Harriet Tubman led hundreds of slaves to freedom.
The word significant is an adjective. The noun form is significance. Example sentences: Adjective: There was a significant increase in the number of calls after we placed our ad. Noun: The significance of his donation led to greater contributions by everyone.
Who was the former slave who led hundreds of slaves to freedom on an escape route called the Underground Railroad?
Harriet Tubman. :D
The word 'their' is a pronoun called a possessive adjective, a word that is placed before a noun to describe the noun as belonging to two or more people or things. Examples: Jack and Jill came for a visit and brought their baby with them. The horses were led to their barn at sunset.
No, the word 'guilty' is not a noun, it is an adjective (guilty, guiltier, guiltiest), a word used to describe a noun. A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Examples: The guilty prisoner was sentenced to life. He was then led from the courtroom. the adjective 'guilty' describes the noun 'prisoner', a word for… Read More
No, the word 'followed' is not a noun. The word followed is the past participle, past tense of the verb to follow. The past participle of the verb also functions as an adjective. Examples: The dinner was followed by entertainment. (verb) The followed suspect led them right to the evidence. (adjective) The noun forms for the verb to follow are follower and the gerund, following.
general is noun when you are speaking of a person in t he military " the general led his troops up the hill...". its also an adjective if you are speaking in summation " in general, most people enjoy eating..."
moses led the hebrews out of egypt.
The Freedom Summer led to intensive voter-registration in Mississippi. In addition, it also led to construction of freedom Schools and Community Centers.
they led protests, led rebellions
Yes, the word 'lead' is a noun (lead, leads), a verb (lead, leads, leading, led), and an adjective. The noun 'lead' is a countable noun as a word for the person or thing in front, or the principle role in a play, movie, etc. The noun 'lead' is an uncountable noun as a word for the element (atomic no. 82), a word for a substance. Examples: My daughter got the lead in the school play… Read More
She led so many slaves to freedom that she became known as the Moses of her people.
The brakes of freedom.
No, the word 'led' is the past tense of the verb to lead (pronounced 'leed'). The common noun forms of the verb to lead are leader and the gerund, leading. The word 'lead' is a verb, an adjective, and a noun. The noun 'lead' (pronounced 'leed') is a common noun as a word for position at the front; the amount or distance ahead; the principal role in a play; the person who has the principle… Read More
Christians believe that Moses led the slaves to freedom
The word 'tracks' is both a verb and a noun. The verb 'tracks' is the third person, singular, present of the verb to track. The noun 'tracks' is the plural form of the singular noun 'track'. Examples: The tracks of the mice led to a broken basement window. (noun) The railroad tracks pass through the center of town. (noun) Sherlock tracks the clues until he finds the culprit. (verb)
Hundreds of Klansmen were indicted
Mechanical pencil, led
Harriet Tubman was a former slave that led many hundreds of African-American slaves to freedom along the Underground Railroad. Because of this, she earned the nickname of Moses, because she was leading her people out of bondage.
it was led mainly by students and intellectuals
He led hen into freedom
Harriet Tubman was a famous African American woman who led many escaped slaves through the underground railroad to freedom in the North.
religious freedom Freedom from oppression free land
Freedom from Tyranny
Dakota Kelly Alder
He led America to freedom.
Her name was Harriet Tubman and yes because she led so many slaves to freedom and out of slavery she got the nickname Moses.
because she led her people to freedom just like moses led his
The ideas of self government and individual freedom led to the French Revolution.
The Israelites were led out of Egypt by Moses, at God's command (Exodus ch.12).
He led them out of Egypt where they had been slaves for hundreds of years.
Harriet Tubman led almost 300 slaves to freedom.
harriet Tubman led the slaves to freedom after she got all of the slaves that she could
Who was the woman who was nicknamed Moses that led 300 people to the north due to the underground railroad?
Harriet Tubman was often called "Grandma Moses" because she led African-American Slaves to freedom, almost in an analog to the biblical Moses who led Israelite Slaves to freedom.
Yes, costly is an adjective. E.g. It was a costly mistake. (One that was expensive to fix, or that led to other bad consequences.)
You're thinking of Spartacus. He was the slave who led the most famous revolt.
His name was George Washington
José de San Martin
he was the father of our country and led our country in freedom.
the tobacco and the search for religious freedom
The Quakers led by William Penn.