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Q: Locate the verbal in the following sentence and identify its verbal form. She wants to go to town. (a)infinitive (b)participle (c)gerund
A: (a)infinitive
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User: Locate the verbal in the following sentence and identify its verbal form. She wants to go to town. (a)infinitive (b)participle (c)gerund





Weegy: (a)infinitive
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User: Locate the gerund and identify its noun use. The art of stamp collecting is called philately. (a)subject (b)direct object (c)predicate nominative (d)object of a preposition

Weegy: (d)object of a preposition
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User: Locate the verbal in the following sentence and identify its verbal form. Kathy picked up the pieces of broken glass. (a)infinitive (b)participle (c)gerund

Weegy: (c)gerund
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User: Locate the gerund and identify its noun use. Besides eating, what does your baby sister do? (a)subject (b)direct object (c)predicate nominative (d)object of a preposition

Weegy: (b)direct object
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User: Locate the participle and the word it modifies. My teacher finds dangling participles unacceptable.

Weegy: Do you have the options?
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User: Participle: (a)unacceptable (b)participles (c)dangling (e) teacher (f)finds (g)my

Weegy: c)dangling
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User: Locate the gerund and identify its noun use. John likes jogging, Great Danes, and sweet rolls. (a)subject (b)direct object (c)predicate nominative (d)object of a preposition

Weegy: (d)object of a preposition
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User: Locate the infinitive and identify its use. My mother has finally learned to ride my brother's motorcycle. (a)noun (b)adjective (c)adverb

Weegy: (a)noun
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User: Locate the gerund and identify its noun use. Wrestling alligators seems both foolish and dangerous. (a)subject (b)direct object (c)predicate nominative (d)object of a preposition

Weegy: c)predicate nominative
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User: Locate the infinitive and identify its use. I don't really want to write that letter, but I should. (a)noun (b)adjective (c)adverb

Weegy: (b)adjective
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User: Locate the verbal in the following sentence and identify its verbal form. Few pastimes are more enjoyable than reading. (a)infinitive (b)participle (c)gerund

Weegy: (b)participle
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Updated 6/17/2011 9:09:42 AM
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Kathy picked up the pieces of broken glass. Picked is none of infinitive, participle, gerund for sure. Picked is simply a regular verb. Infinitive= to+verb, gerund/participle= verb+ing. Verb+ed= a regular verb. The verbal is "broken" here and it's a "participle", to be exact past participle.
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