Sentence and Word Structure
When was the first complete sentence transmitted by phone and what was it?
The first complete sentence transmitted by phone was on March
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Is this a complete sentence or a fragment loudly talking on his cell phone Ivan scrolled through the mail?
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When were pictures first transmitted over telephone lines?
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What is the complete predicate in the sentence The secretary answered the phones while we were away?
Asked in Cable Television, Telephones
When was the first word transmitted by wireless phone?
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What is the complete predicate of the sentence below?
What is the complete predicate of the sentence below? Looking up from his computer monitor, Jason mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone. A. picked up the phone B. mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone. C. mopped his brow D. Looking up from his computer monitor, -- mopped his brow, exhaled sharply, and picked up his phone.
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Do blue tooth headsets have to correspond with the type of phone you have?
Asked in Mobile Phones, Wireless Communication
How does a mobile phone make a call?
A mobile phone is a transmitter and receiver that both work at the same time. There are also 'cell' towers placed less than 10 miles apart to receive the signal from the mobile phone, and to send out signal to the phone. When a call is made, the phone number is transmitted from the mobile phone to the cell tower, which connects the signal to regular telephone lines. When the person on the other end answers, their voice is transmitted from the cell tower to the mobile phone, and whatever is said on the mobile phone is transmitted to the cell tower and then over telephone wires to the person on a regular phone.
Asked in Computer Monitors
What is the complete predicate of this sentence Looking up from his computer monitor Jason mopped his brow exhaled sharply and picked up his phone?
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure, Pronouns
Is this sentence correct yours is the briefcase with the phone ringing inside?
Yes, and if anyone argues you're ending a sentence with a preposition, they're wrong. In this case, 'inside' functions as an adverb answering the question "where is the phone ringing?" The possessive pronoun 'yours' is correctly taking the place of the noun briefcase as the subject of the sentence. The object of the linking verb 'is' is the complete noun clause 'the briefcase with the phone ringing inside'.