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it is a scientific guess or an educated guess on
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1) hypothesis an educated guess about a possible solution to a mystery; a prediction or statement that can be tested; A reasonable or educated guess; what a scientist thinks will happen in an experiment.
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it is a noun kr pronoun that answers the question
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We use interrogative pronouns to ask questions. They are: who, which, whom, what and whose. These are also known as wh-words.
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Guess the Logo
THE LOGO IS Y?
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It answers the question to whom or for whom
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the individual whom the message is derected or the person
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called the receiver or the interpreter.
I'm from ______ guess it hope you guess
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Your from Canada or U.S.A OR in Philippines?
the girl + Whom he invited + is marimar.Bakit "Whom"
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‘whom’ addresses the direct object. The girl is a direct object kaya whom yung ginamit.
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GUESS THE DRAWING LOW BUDGET
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Guess who he is @ Guess and rate :>
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sorry but I don’t know who he is so yeah I’m don’t know.
It receives the direct object and answers the question "to
Ask: It receives the direct object and answers the question “to whom” or “for whom”.
The direct object of the sentence receives the action of the sentence. The indirect object of the sentence answers the question “to whom/what?” or “for whom/what?” for the action of the sentence. … For sentences in passive voice, the subject comes after the verb.