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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Gerry cut his hand while using the saw. A. adjective B. noun C. pronoun D. verb

4 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

what am i trying to answer

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

CALL THE DOCTOR!!!!!

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OpenStudy (terenzreignz):

Wrong section :)

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

What word are you trying to find the part of speech for?

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OpenStudy (uri):

What do we have to tell...

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OpenStudy (e.cociuba):

Hold on Gin. I got my first aid kit.... http://medicalimages.allrefer.com/large/first-aid-kit.jpg

4 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

lol pronoun

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Gerry is the noun. Cut is a verb. His is a pronoun. Hand is a pronoun.

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Hand is a noun*

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Happy to help :)

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which part of speech is the underlined word? Her sculpture for the museum has a wavelike formation. A. pronoun B. verb C. adjective D. noun

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

wavelike

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

POST IT IN ENGLISH AND I WILL HELP YOU!!!

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

and one question per thread

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OpenStudy (e.cociuba):

Hand is a noun; pronouns are he, she it etc., adj. describes something, and a verb is an action. A noun is a person place or thing.

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

She needs to go to the English section, I just sent her a Pm. So she might be posting it there now.

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OpenStudy (texaschic101):

you need to point out the underlined word.....by making it all caps then we can tell the word she is looking for

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

wavelike

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

wavelike

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OpenStudy (texaschic101):

wavelike is the adjective

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OpenStudy (debbieg):

If Gerry's saw blade has a diameter of 6" and is spinning at 1500rev/min, what is the linear velocity of the blade at the time it slices off Gerry's finger? ;)

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OpenStudy (texaschic101):

it describes the noun " formation "

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