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In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is............... When you sit down to eat with guests, pay attention to your manners.
When you sit down to eat with guests, pay attention to your manners. The verbal is "to eat". It is an infinitive.
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User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is............... When you sit down to eat with guests, pay attention to your manners.

Weegy: When you sit down to eat with guests, pay attention to your manners. The verbal is "to eat". It is an infinitive.
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below.............. Mr. Hutton asked me to erase the boards.

Weegy: to erase is the infinitive phrase and the subject is Mr. Hutton
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below........... To speak clearly is essential to being understood.

Weegy: to erase is the infinitive phrase and the subject is Mr. Hutton
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: Identify the infinitive phrase and the subject of the infinitive in the sentence below...... To speak clearly is essential to being understood.

Weegy: to erase is the infinitive phrase and the subject is Mr. Hutton
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is..... Her children's crying had awakened her in the night.

Weegy: Awakened is a verbal in the given sentence
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: what kind is this word? Awakened.

Weegy: Kind words awaken kind echoes, or, [ ]
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: Choose the sentence that correctly combines the sentences or sentence elements by changing the italicized clause to an infinitive. Indicate whether the infinitive phrase is used as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. We are planning a party. It will honor our seniors.

Weegy: The sentence that correctly combines the sentences or sentence elements by changing the italicized clause to an infinitive is: We are planning a party to honor our seniors. The infinitive phrase is used as an adjective to modify 'party'.
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: Choose the sentence that correctly combines the sentences or sentence elements by changing the italicized clause to an infinitive. Indicate whether the infinitive phrase is used as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. Kimberly touched the flowers. She saw that they were real.

Weegy: they were real.was used as an adjective
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is...... The leak in the sink produced a constant dripping.

Weegy: constant dripping -gerund
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is. The driving rain destroyed the young and tender crops.

Weegy: The driving rain destroyed the young and tender crops. Verbal driving. Kind participle.
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is. Can you hear the brook's babbling?

Weegy: Babbling is the verbal and it is descriptive. It describes what the brook is doing.
Expert answered|julius.salonoy|Points 20|

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