An interrogative pronoun is a word used to introduce a question.
The interrogative pronouns are: what, which, who, whom, whose.
The interrogative pronoun takes the place of the answer to the question.
What time does the movie start?
Who is the new math teacher?
To whom do I give the completed application?
Which do you like best?
A participial adjective is a present or past participle that is used to modify a noun.
The topic sentence, the body with supporting sentences, and the clincher sentence
Anything that includes all cultures and does not exclude or highlight any one person due to culture
help combine balance on both sides of the sentence
The three degrees (of comparison) for adjectives are Positive, Comparative and Superlative.
Citizen Kane was famous for the deep focus technique.
The positive degree is the base form of the adjective or adverb (not the comparative or the superlative).
good = positive degree
better = the comparative
best = the superlative
much = positive degree
more = the comparative
most = the superlative
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When the claim depends on information about identity:) Apex <3
Cavemen Paintings were crude and mimetic. They closely resembled real life objects.