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Q: What is the complete verbal phrase in this sentence. Listening to that lecture made me angry.
A: Listening to that lecture made me angry. Complete verbal phrase: Listening to that lecture Type: Gerund phrase
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User: What is the complete verbal phrase in this sentence. Listening to that lecture made me angry.

Weegy: Listening to that lecture made me angry.
Complete verbal phrase: Listening to that lecture
Type: Gerund phrase


User: What is the complete verbal phrase in this sentence. He stood on tiptoe to see the parade.

Weegy: He stood on tiptoe to see the parade.
Complete verbal phrase: to see the parade.
Type: Infinitive phrase
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