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Do you mean the parts of a sentence? A sentence contains a subject (what the sentence is about, the topic of the sentence) and a predicate(what is said about the subject). A predicate always contains a verb.
In this sentence:
sentence: You speak French subject predicate
verb You speak French

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What is the adverb in this sentence? "It can connect to the internet and can run programs.


To the internet..place adverb space the answer is to the internet

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Finding a word in Word


Tips for using Find in Word
What if you wanted to find a specific word, in Word? You know, you are looking for the word ‘know’ but you keep getting other words, too, like knowledge, known, acknowledge, knowable, etc.

You may say, “I always want to find a whole word; what’s the deal here?” Well … the deal is that Find will find everything that contains the word for which you are searching, as mentioned above.

A whole word, to Office and Word, is a group of characters surrounded by punctuation or spaces.

Word has a special function in Find, called ‘Find whole words only’ and it can help reduce the number of false hits. If you open the Find feature (Ctrl-F), and click the More button, you will find (no pun intended) this feature.

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Okay, so to see the difference, search for the word ‘know’ in the following sentence. “This sentence is a way to show that you know the difference between education and knowledge.”
There is only one appearance of the word ‘know’ within the text; searching without the 'Find whole words only' option would actually find 2 matches. The other match comes as part of the front-end of the last word of the sentence, which is ‘knowledge.’

Before you go and use this option, understand that it will not find plurals and return them with your search results.

Searching for the word ‘know’ in the following sentence will not produce any matches: "It is not clear that he knows what this means."

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What is Online Sentence Correction?


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What is an adverb phrase?


An adverb is simply a "qualifier" for a verb. An example might be:

I write - "write" being the verb (I write, you write, they write etc)

With an adverb:

I write swiftly
I write carefully (etc)

Largely ignored these days, the adverb should follow the verb, not the other way around

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Of what should a word conscious writer be aware when choosing between synonyms


I've pasted some basic information copied from http://www.whitesmoke.com/synonyms.html :

My own personal suggestion (also) is in bold below. Good luck to you!

[ "When replacing a word with its synonym, make sure the meaning of the sentence in the specific context is maintained as well. Synonyms are defined according to certain senses of words.

For example:

This is my senior year at University.

Senior in this sentence cannot be replaced with the words elder or older, since the meaning of the sentence will change and will make less sense.

However, senior in the sense of fourth year can be replaced with the word last and the meaning will remain the same as in the original sentence.

Good speakers and writers often vary their vocabulary and so can you! The best way to expand your vocabulary is to use a thesaurus. A thesaurus is a source that provides you with a listing of similar or related words you can choose from in order to vary your word choice in your text." ]

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How do I know how to define the nouns pronouns adjective and adverb on a sentences


Now you as talking. Grammar, your best bet is to look into the grammar book in your language or the language you are using. Not all languages have the same order of words in their sentences. I gather that you recognise the word by their grammatical word. You know a verb from a noun. I always find adjectives and adverbs tricky.
if you recognise the different groups of words,you are ok. Just look in the grammar book to make certain.
one thing I did in the old days when learning a new language,nears too learn the grammar that differed from my native language.

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How do i use heinous and perception in a sentence


I'M ASSUMING YOU WANT AN ACTUAL SENTENCE USING BOTH OF THESE WORDS. IF I AM INCORRECT ABOUT THAT PLEASE LET ME KNOW. IN THE MEANTIME HERE IS A SENTENCE USING BOTH WORDS CORRECTLY. IF I HELP PLEASE NOTE THAT TOO. THANKS!
"My initial perception of the man was quite negative because of the numerous heinous crimes he had been charged with."

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Problems samsungHow can I delete a word or senrence sfeom ny asamaubnf cheromebook?


select the word or sentence and use the "Backspace" key

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I'm trying to find the Mad Libs Card game instructions. To be more specific, I've lost the card that details what rounds are. I don't even need the card, just to know what the 6 rounds are.


Rules and Game Play
Normally, I cover the rules in the Materials section, but in this instance I feel they are better described here.

The object of the game per the instructions is to just build sentences of varying lengths based on the round you are playing. In actuality, the object of the game is to have the most points at the end. You get points for:
1) being the first to put down a sentence in a given round
2) being the winner of a round
3) playing a 10 word sentence; and,
4) for each word in your hand that is part of a complete sentence.

Note: to score points on this last part, the length of the sentence in your hand, must be equal to the required sentence length for that round (i.e., if a round requires two 5 word sentences to win, in order for you to score points in your hand, the words must be part of a 5 word sentence in your hand).

So, to start the game, you must shuffle all 192 cards and you must shuffle them well. Each set of 48 cards (e.g., nouns, verbs, etc.) come as one deck of cards in the set. So, in order to ensure some type of mixture, you really need to shuffle the decks a lot. I'm not a great shuffler, but I'm ok (having played Magic the Gathering, I'm used to shuffling 100 card decks). In any case, after shuffling the decks for about 5-10 minutes, we were ready to go (although not quite as enthusiastic as we were before).

Next, you must find paper and pencil/pen and write down 4 nouns, 4 verbs, 4 adverbs and 4 adjectives. These are to be used during the game if you get a 'MAD FIB' card. These are basically blank cards that you can insert one of the 15 words of your choice that you wrote down at the beginnig of the game. Once this is done, the "fun" is ready to begin.

The game starts by dealing 10 cards to each player. The remaing cards go into a draw pile with the top card being flipped over the first player to take if wanted. The game itself is to be played like gin. Each round you are required to make 2 to 3 sentences of varying word length, but never to exceed 10 cards (e.g., 4 and 6, 7 and 3, etc.).

The game is to go on for 6 rounds. At the end of the sixth round, everyone adds up their points and the person with the most points wins (see above for ways to score points).

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What the adverbs and adjectives in this sentence Suddenly the spine tingling cry of a night creature rang out from the shadowy swamp


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