In this case ball=thing
Therefore its a noun.
Sorry is an adverb.
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i think it is a noun because it's describing something. person place or thing
1. c 2. a 3. b 4. c 5. c 6.a 7. d all correct
3. Linking verb.
In this exercise you have to select the correct option.
1. French is a proper noun that is why It must go with capital letter.
2. Her is a possessive pronoun.
3. Generally "link verbs" are followed by adjectives as in this case "cold" and "dreary" are adjectives.
4. Yikes! is an interjection.
5. Sorry is modified by the degree adverb "very".
6. Come over is a phrasal verb. However, phrasal verbs are analized as a whole unit. So we can establish that come over is a kind of adverb.
1. The correct answer is C, French. French should be capitalized because it s is a language and languages are always capitalized.
2. A pronoun is a word that can function by itself as a noun phrase and that refers either to the participants or to someone else mentioned. Some examples include I, you, he, she, and it. This means the correct answer is A, because her is referring to a girl.
3. An action verb is a verb that expresses physical or mental action. A linking verb does not describe an action, but describes the subject by connecting it to an adjective or noun. Some examples of a linking verb include being, seem, and was. The verb in this sentence is looks, which can function as both an action verb or a linking verb. In this case, the correct answer is B, a linking verb, as the weather is not physically looking at something, but rather the weather is linking to cold and dreary.
4. An interjection is used to convey emotions. They can stand alone or be used before or after a sentence. The correct answer is C, yikes. It is the only word that can be used alone and it also conveys emotion.
5. Assuming the italicized adverb is very, the correct answer is C, sorry. An adverb describes a verb, an adjective or another adverb. It tells when, where, how, or how often. In this case, very is modifying sorry, because it shows how sorry the person is.
6. Assuming the italicized word is over, the correct answer is A, an adverb. Over can be used as either an adverb or a preposition depending on the context. In this particular sentence, it is used as an adverb because it is not followed by any other essential word or phrase along with it. We could just say, "Why don't you come over?" and the sentence would still makes sense. An example of over used as a preposition is, "The rabbit jumps over the hole." In this case, over is used as a preposition because we need to know what the rabbit jumped over.
Answer= Prepositional phrase.
B. great quantity
Profusion means extremely amount of something. The word profusion is a noun derived from the adjective profuse. The adjective has been turned into a noun by adding to the root the sufix ion. This is a sufix because it is attached to the end of the root: profuse + (e) turns into (i) = ion. Profuse means abundant and profusion means the state of being abundant.
ball is the direct object in the sentence
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