Feb 18, 2015 ... Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics. A) joe looked
SAD at his broken bike. B) the sauce tasted BITTERLY & I ...
Nov 18, 2014 ... Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. The sauce
tasted bitterly, and I couldn't swallow it. B. I feel goodly now ...
Jun 26, 2012 ... D. I feel badly because I lost the race. English - Ms. Sue, Tuesday, June 26, 2012
at 8:16pm. Which words are in italics? Which sentence do you ...
Oct 17, 2012 ... Which of the following is a correctly written compound word? A. Thirty one ...
Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics?
Jan 9, 2013 ... Which sentence below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. Joe looked
sad at his broken bike. B. The sauce tasted bitterly, and I ...
MISPLACED MODIFIER: Some modifiers, especially simple modifiers — only,
just, ... (In the sentence below, what does it mean to "barely kick" something?) ...
Dec 28, 2007 ... Select the sentence in which all pronouns are used correctly. ... Which sentence
below contains a correctly used modifier in italics? A. He spoke ...
Which sentence contains words in italics that form a gerund phrase? ... In which
sentence are the italicized words a dangling modifier? ... In which of the following
sentences is a semicolon used correctly? ... In the quoted questions below, I'll
mark the answers I think are correct with an underline and bold ...
Which of the sentences below correctly rewrites the following simple ... Identify
the type of phrase italicized in the following sentence. ... Which sentence contains
a participle? .... What type of evidence is used in this excerpt from The Crisis No.1
? .... and found: comma splices, sentence fragments, and misplaced modifiers.
In these sentences the words little and sweet are used to tell the kinds of children
... As we have already seen, every sentence contains a sub-ject and a predicate.
... Verbs which may be used as predicates, without the... XVIII. Modifiers 1. ... Let
us examine the forms of the nouns boy, man, lady, child, given below and thus ...