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In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is. He waits at the bus stop to catch the bus. Verbal _____. at the bus stop waits to catch Kind _____. gerund infinitive participle
He waits at the bus stop to catch the bus. Verbal: to catch. Kind: infinitive.
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User: In the sentence below, find the verbal and tell what kind it is. He waits at the bus stop to catch the bus. Verbal _____. at the bus stop waits to catch Kind _____. gerund infinitive participle





Weegy: In the sentence ''He waits at the bus stop to catch the bus.'', the verbal is , to catch.
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He waits at the bus stop to catch the bus. Verbal: to catch. Kind: infinitive.
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