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Q: Match the verbal with the sentence in which it occurs. 1. Filling out the application is a hassle. participle 2. Would it be better to run or to walk? infinitive 3. The girl riding her bike is
my sister. gerund
A: 1. Filling - gerund. 2. to run, to walk - infinitive. 3. riding - participle. Thanks for asking Weegy.
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User: Match the verbal with the sentence in which it occurs. 1. Filling out the application is a hassle. participle 2. Would it be better to run or to walk? infinitive 3. The girl riding her bike is my sister. gerund

Weegy: 1. Filling - gerund. 2. to run, to walk - infinitive. 3. riding - participle. Thanks for asking Weegy.
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