Choose the word that the adverb phrase modifies in the following sentence?

16. Choose the word that the adverb phrase modifies in the following sentence. With feasts and cheers, people throughout the kingdom celebrated the prince's achievement. (Points : 1) feasts people celebrated achievement 17. Choose the answer that identifies the... show more 16. Choose the word that the adverb phrase modifies in the following sentence.

With feasts and cheers, people throughout the kingdom celebrated the prince's achievement.
(Points : 1)
feasts

people

celebrated

achievement


17. Choose the answer that identifies the structure of the following sentence.
The sound of rain made Chelsea sleepy and distracted her from her work.

(Points : 1)
dependent clause
simple sentence
compound sentence
complex sentence

18. Choose the sentence that is punctuated correctly. (Points : 1)
Oh, I read the novel “Great Expectations” years ago.
My favorite movie is “The Fellowship of the Ring.”
Charlie called his short story Winter Dreams.
The choir will sing “Shenandoah” at the Fall Festival.

19. Choose the sentence that is capitalized and punctuated correctly.
(Points : 1)
Mary said "Well, that's the plan for this weekend."

"Mother, this is David." Victor said as he introduced his friend.

Jan smiled and replied, "yes, we'd be happy to help."

"Don't," Ms. Walker advised, "be in such a hurry."


20. Choose the sentence that uses apostrophes correctly. (Points : 1)
If these are their’s, those notes must be hers.
Are these sketches Terry’s or yours’?
The ladies coats had been taken into another room.
Once released, the calf ran quickly to its mother.

21. Questions 2140 assess the vocabulary skills you have studied this semester.
Which of the following pairs includes synonyms?

(Points : 1)
impassively, interminably
obstinate, endeavors
unkempt, disarranged
genially, consummately

22. Which of the following words combines a prefix that means “before” with a root that means “adult”? (Points : 1)
consummately
indolent
desiccated
premature

23. Both inarticulate and impassively have prefixes that mean
(Points : 1)
"between."

"inside" or "within."

"not" or "without."

"back" or "again."


24. Which of the following words contains an affix that means “full of”? (Points : 1)
stolid
unobstructed
frivolous
trepidation

25. The prefix inter means
(Points : 1)
"after."

"between."

"before."

"without."


26. Which of the following words comes from a Latin root that means "to end"?
(Points : 1)
tremble

turntable

terminal

tern


27. Read the following sentence, and choose the best definition for the bolded word.
The lonely sound of the wind in the trees made the campers feel homesick and melancholy.

(Points : 1)
strong
sorrowful
fearful
adventurous

28. Which word, with the prefix un– added, means “not tidy”? (Points : 1)
gallant
conscious
kempt
imaginable
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