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    states what the subject does is, or has in a sentence---verb/ verb phrase
    the main part of a word without any affixes---root word
    two kinds of verb---action and linking
    modifies nouns or pronouns--adjective
    follows a linking or action verb--- predicate nominative
    the simple tenses of verbs---present,past, and future
    follows a preposition--- object of a prepostion
    tell me more about another noun--nominative, object and possessive
    answers what or whom--- direct object
    who or the sentence is about--- subject
    three cases of personal pronouns--- gender
    usually modidies a verb but can sometimes modify an adjective----adverb
    show relationship between it's object and some other word in a sentence----prepostion

    a participle that end in "ing" and function as a noun---gerund
    capitalized because they are particular persons, places, and things---proper noun

    short way of writing a word consisting of some of the letters in the word followed by a period---abbreviation

    to show where the exact words of a speaker begin and end--- apostrope
    opposite meanings--antonyms
    simliar meaning to another meaning---synonym

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    This needs more work.

    to show where the exact words of a speaker begin and end--- apostrope

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    thank you.. i need some more help...

    the one i have wrong is it quotation marks
    the subject of a sentence may be what parts of a speech--- verb
    sometimes called simple predicate--noun/ pronoun
    personal pronouns have number,person, and what-- apostrophe
    needed to form possessive nouns and contractions--- appositive


    is there any way you can help me on some history homework...its hard!!!

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    quotation marks

    the subject of a sentence may be what parts of a speech--- verb

    personal pronouns have number, person, and what-- apostrophe

    needed to form possessive nouns and contractions--- appositive

    Quote Originally Posted by sTaYceE
    is there any way you can help me on some history homework...its hard!!!
    We don't do homework assignments, nor do we provide answers to assignments. However, if you have a specific question we can help guide you. Let us know.

    Welcome.

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    Verb-- Personal pronouns have #, person, and what
    Apostrophe-- Needed to form possessive nouns and contractions
    appositive-- The subject of a sentence may by what parts of apeech


    Requisition- to demand or take by authority
    Committee Chairman- Acts as president of the senate
    Statute- law enacted by a legislative body
    Referendum- the process of submitting to a direct vote of the citizens for approval or rejection
    Vice President- Serves as prsident of the senate in his absence
    President protempore- Majority party member with the most seniority
    Lobby- To try to influence the votes of legislatures, to try to get a bill passed
    Totalitarian- A gov. controlled by one political group which suppressess all apposition and conrols many aspects of it's citizens
    Hierarchical- The organizations of persons ot church officials arranged one above the other according to rank, class, or grade
    Adjudication--Decision of a judge or court
    Bureaucracy-- A system of government by groups or officials
    Naturalization-- Admitting a foreigner to citizenship
    Papacy--Government by a Pope; position, rank or authority of a Pope
    Invest-- To give power, right or authority
    Party Whip-- Assists pary leaders
    Autocracry-- the type of government in which one person holds supreme power
    Speaker Of the House-- Preside over the House Of Representatives
    Gubenatorial-- Having to do with a governor; of a governor
    Anarchy-- The absence of a systwm of government and law
    Tribunal-- A court of justice

    Amendment-- A change, modification or addition
    Prohibition-- To forbid the practice of making,selling or using
    Inauguration-- The act or ceremony of installing a president into office
    Colonization-- The establishment of a colony or colonies
    Immigrant-- One who comes into a country in which one is not a native
    Medieval-- Belonging to or having to do with the Middle Ages
    Boycott-- To refuse to buy or use a product or service in order to coerce or punish
    Embargo-- An order restricting certain goods and or ships from entering or leaving a country
    Electorial College-- The group of people chosen by the voters to select the president and the vice-president of the United states
    Pardon-- The legal document ot aciton setting a person free from punishment
    Legislative-- Having to do with making laws
    Veto-- The right or power of a President of Governor to reject bills passed by a lawmaking body
    Cold War-- The contest for world leadershop that began after Word War 2 between the communist nations and the nations of the west
    Filibuster-- The act or process of deliberately hindering the passage of a bill in the legislature by long speeches or other means of delay
    Desegregation-- Theh elimination of the ptactice of providing separate schools and other public facilities for racial groups
    Inflation--A sharp and sudden rise in prices resulting from an excessive expansion in paper money or bank credit
    Judicial-- Having to do with courts or the administration of justice

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    Committee Chairman- I would say that he/she is in charge of the proceedings of a committee

    President protempore- A senator who presides over the Senate in the absence of the Vice-President

    suppresses all opposition and controls many aspects of its citizens - I would suggest it controls ALL aspects of its citizens' lives.

    Electoral College--

    Watch your typing! Lots of typos.

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    Are these the one i need to correct?? ok if i was to write a 200 words essay how long would it be???

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    Quote Originally Posted by sTaYceE View Post
    ok if i was to write a 200 words essay how long would it be???
    Uhm, 200 words long.

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    i mean how many pages...1 or 2...

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    Impeach-- To accuse a public officials of wrong conduct during office
    Civil Rights-- The right of a citizen, especially those guaranteed to all citizens of the United State
    Recession-- a period of temporary business reduction, shorter than depression
    Magistrate-- A government official who has power to apply the law and put it in force
    Intergration-- the inclusion of people of all races on an equal basis in neighborhoods, schools, parks, or other facilities
    Union-- a group of workers joined together to protect and promote their interests
    Federal-- having to do with the central government of the United States
    Constituent-- the voters in a district
    depression-- age of power-driven machines
    Industrialization--a reduction in the amount of jobs, goods and money
    Constitution-- the plan of the government for the United States, the supreme law of the land

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