Parenthetical expressions are phrases that are not necessary to the sentence but give extra information. They work as commentaries. Give an example of one.
An example of a parenthetical expression is the following: Running away from home, while never a good idea, was definitely a mistake in the middle of winter.
In "To Kill a Mockingbird", Jem and Scout were walking home late at night from the school on Halloween. They were attacked by who on the way home. a. Mr. Tate b. Calpurnia c. Bob Ewell d. Arthur Radley
The answer is c. Bob Ewell
A phrasal verb is a set of words that act as a single verb unit. It can have a different meaning from the way the words are used individually. Give an example of a phrasal verb.
An example of a phrasal verb could be the following: The chicken on the field held up the game. Held up is the phrasal verb.