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Absorbed in the book she was reading, Charlotte did not hear her mother call her. simple sentence compound sentence complex sentence
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User: Absorbed in the book she was reading, Charlotte did not hear her mother call her. simple sentence compound sentence complex sentence

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User: Locate the complete verbal phrase and identify its use. I would like to swim faster.

Weegy: "Would like to swim" is the verb phrase.
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User: Locate identify the verb phrase. infinitive, gerund, participle I would like to swim faster.

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User: Jane wanted to forget about the matter. noun adjective adverb

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User: Locate identify the verb phrase. infinitive, gerund, participle

Weegy: to forget is an infinitive
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