Infinitives can be used as nouns, as adjectives, or as adverbs.
An infinitive functions as an adjective, noun, or an adverb.
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Which of the following is not a verb tense?
past and future perfect
present and future
past perfect and past participle
present perfect and futureWeegy:
How to Know the Difference Between the Past Tense of a Verb and the Past Participle; ... present, past and future ... [ perfect tense construction requires a past ... www.ehow.com/info_8577485_difference-between-participles-verbs.html
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Which of the following is not a category of pronouns?
relative and indefinite
objective and prepositional
demonstrative and personal
reflexive and possessiveWeegy:
... the reflexive pronouns myself, yourself, ... Indefinite relative pronouns have some of the properties of both ... [ Objective; Personal; Possessive; Prepositional; www.answers.com/topic/pronoun
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Which of the following is not a type of verbal phrase?
What are the rules for when to use a participle? ... In which of the following sentences does the italicized word(s) ... [ A gerund phrase is not considered a sentence. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/In_which_of_the_following_sentences_does_the_italicized_wordS_represent_a_gerund_or_gerund_phrase
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The predicate of the sentence is the verb or verb phrase.
True. The predicate is much like a verb phrase.Auto answered|Score .6|groove_jhune|Points 232|
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