Identify the prepositional phrase. – I am driving to my boyfriend’s house today.
A. am driving
B. house today
C. to my boyfriend’s house
D. no prepositional phrase
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I ________ to Korea many times.
A. have gone
B. have been
C. have been being
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“The homecoming game will be an awesome event if we win, and I hope the weather is nice.” What is the part of speech for “will”?
A. Action Verb
B. Linking Verb
C. Helping Verb
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