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How does the verbal function in this sentence. There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative
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User: How does the verbal function in this sentence. There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative

Weegy: i think its Direct Object.
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User: How does the verbal function in this sentence. We must not shrink from exploring our mistakes as well as our successes. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative

Weegy: shrink
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User: How does the verbal function in this sentence. We must not shrink from exploring our mistakes as well as our successes. direct object, object of a preposition, adverb, adjective, subject, predicate nominative



Weegy: do you want to know the verb functioning in thids sentence?
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There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. The verbal "to do" functions as an ADJECTIVE.
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We must not shrink from exploring our mistakes as well as our successes. The verbal "exploring" is a gerund and functions as an object of a preposition. (from).
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