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Three of the following statements about a verb are true. Which statement is false? A. A verb takes the place of adjectives. B. A verb can express a state of being. C. A verb can express action. D. A
verb makes a statement about the subject of a sentence.
A verb can express a state of being and C. A verb can express action are true.
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