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in this sentence, how does the word sleeping function? Sleeping is my favorite activity.
Sleeping would be the verb since it is an action.
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User: in this sentence, how does the word sleeping function? Sleeping is my favorite activity.

Weegy: Sleeping would be the verb since it is an action.
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User: identify the infinitive in this sentence. My parents love to cook and enjoy sharing their favorite recipes with appreciative eaters.

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