You are sitting around at your friends house and one of them takes out some marijuana. your friends

You are sitting around at your friends house and one of them takes out some marijuana. your friends kind of look
around and then decide that it would not hurt anything to try it. their parents are not around, and you know you
would not get caught. they all just want to try it this one time, just to see what it feels like. what do you do?


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novesparks

novesparks

1. go home
2. just say no
3. make up an excuse of why you need to leave

mazzi88

mazzi88

It is a preposition in this sentence because it is relating to the other words in this sentence

GreenHerbz206

GreenHerbz206

For questions 1-3, the capitalized words are:

OUTSIDE is a preposition of place.AROUND is an adverb and in this example it means "from side to side."BEFORE is a preposition of time.

Prepositions join nouns, pronouns and phrases within a sentence.

The prepositions in questions 4-7 are the following:

4. (B) BENEATH

5. (A) DESPITE

6. (A) FOR

7. (B) ALONG

Coordinating conjunctions link words, clauses and phrases.

The coordinating conjunctions for questions 8-9 are:

8. (A) AND

9. (B) BUT

amulets2274

amulets2274

Here are the answers to the given questions above.
1. The word "around" is both a preposition and an adverb.
2. The word "before" is both a preposition and an adverb.
3. The preposition for this sentence is the word "into".
4. The preposition is the word "at".
5. The preposition is the word "in".
Hope these answers help.

gagehamel

gagehamel

It is a preposition.

Explanation:

A preposition is a word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element in the clause, as in “the man on the platform,” “she arrived after dinner,” “what did you do it for ?”

An adverb is a word or phrase that modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or other adverb or a word group, expressing a relation of place, time, circumstance, manner, cause, degree, etc. (e.g., gently, quite, then, there ).

Hope this helps  :  )

dondre54

dondre54

Tell your friends the horrible after effects of consuming it.

Explanation:

Marijuana is a drug, cannabis, which acts as a mind altering drug. Marijuana is smoked or consumed by people. Once a person use it, he gets addicted to the drug. With the continuous use of Marijuana, people may experience many effects like Physical illness, mental illness, Cough, lung problems, Lung infections may also lead to lung cancer with the excessive use of this drug.

So when you are caught in such a situation where you have a social pressure of consuming the drugs, you just tell your friends the horrible side effects of consuming Marijuana. If they don't understand, then clearly refuse to take it even for once, and if the pressure builds up, just leave the room and walk away. There is no justification of taking or consuming a bad thing even once.

Learn more about Marijuana at:

#LearnWithBrainly

jaclynnlyidaowdxnq

jaclynnlyidaowdxnq

1. AROUND - adverb (It relates to the word looked in the sentence. The word around tells how he and his friends looked.)

2. BEFORE - adverb (The word before is an adverb when it is not followed by a noun, and preposition if it is followed by a noun. In this case, it is an adverb.)

3. into

4. at

5. in

6. on, around

7. for, of

Coltong121

Coltong121

1. adverb

2. Adverb

3. into

4. at

5. in

6.and

7. So

andrew8228

andrew8228

1. adverb.

If you have to choose one, choose adverb. In this sentence around is telling you where my friends and I looked. It is modifying looked so it is an adverb.

2. adverb

Same reasoning as number 1. Usually before is a preposition, but in this sentence it is an adverb because it tells when they had never been sledding. A word that answer when like today, yesterday, tomorrow are adverbs.

3. into

4. at

5. in

Preposition tell the relation of one noun to another. These words all give you some indication of the relationship between the subject of the sentence and another noun (history, St. Joseph, days).

Yoma321

Yoma321

6. Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the sun

CORRECTION (and)

7. Neptune is an ocean blue color so it was named for the god of the sea.

CORRECTION (so)  Corrected answers