Sorry? How is 'Once' the only correct choice here?
1. Neither of these boys (Want/Wants) to try a piece of ... Below, the subject My dog is not inside a prepositional phrase:
2. My dog, along with seven puppies, has chewed ...A clause has a subject and a verb. Where is the subject and verb here?
3. Lying exposed with its blanket of snow, ...You're right: Lying exposed with its blanket of snow describes the noun the ice.
A simple sentence has one main verb, a compound sentence has two or more main verbs. This sentence below has two main verbs:
4. He drives a Rolls-royce and his wife (drives) a mercedes.How many main verbs do these sentences have?
5. He wondered how he was progressing?
6. Rosen, her mouth stained with berries, came out of the park.
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Originally Posted by aous02