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What are synonyms antonyms and homonyms for deer

Synonyms-cervus,buck,doe

Antonyms-N/A

Homonyms-dear

What is the simple predicate of this sentence The lifeguard dashed into the water to save the drowning child

What is the simple predicate of this sentence The lifeguard dashed into the water to save the drowning child? The answer is Dashed.

It was a gloomy day when you found out your team lost the debate

complex

What is the complete predicate in Everyone in our school is wearing uniforms this year

The complete predicate is "is wearing uniforms this year."

Type the verb form of the capitalized verb that agrees with the sentence you knew you ARE in trouble

'You know you ARE in trouble.'

What is the noun clause in this sentence The award goes to whomever did the best job

The noun clause is 'whomever did the best job', which is the object of proposition 'to'.

An outline may be of two types a topic outline or a outline

topic outline

sentence outline

What is the preposition in the sentence He was found guilty of the charges

of -- the phrase "of the charges" modifies the adjective guilty, a rare case.

What job noun in the noun clause doing in this sentence ''No one could believe that Stella took dance lessons at her age''

The noun clause is "that Stella took dance lessons at her age". The noun clause is introduced by a relative pronoun that and acts as the direct object of the verb 'believe'.

What is the noun in the sentence No one could believe that Stella took dance lessons at her age

The nouns in the sentence are Stella, lessons, and age.

What is the predicate during storms people in open areas should crouch close to the ground

whats the simple predicate of this sentence, (During storms, people in open areas should crouch close to the ground.)

What does a correctly punctuated sentence look like

This sentence is correctly punctuated. This is another correctly punctuated sentence. Here is a sentence with a comma, and a period.

What is the verb phrase in this sentence Turn in your reports on Friday

Turn in

Does Every line of a poem must begin with a capital letter

Yes.

Which phrase is the complete infinitive phrase in the sentence

Lisa wants to go quickly.

A polite guest will eat whatever is served.

direct object A+

What job is the noun clause doing in this sentence The award goes to whoever did the best job.

object of preposition

What job is the noun clause doing in this sentence A polite guest will eat whatever is served.

direct object

What job is the noun clause doing in this sentenceBrad's one worry, that he would use up his inheritance, never came true.

appositive A+

What is the complete predicate and complete subject. All visitors to our school must report at the office

Complete Predicate: must report at the office

Complete Subject: All visitors to our school

What is the simple predicate for: In the back of the shed, sits a mint-condition Model T

Simple Predicate: sits

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