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Locate the complete gerund or infinitive phrase and identify its noun use. Her motive was to keep peace in the family.
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User: Locate the complete gerund or infinitive phrase and identify its noun use. Her motive was to keep peace in the family.

Weegy: A gerund is a verb used like a noun. Gerunds frequently end in ing. trying is the gerund
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Her motive was to keep peace in the family. Verbal Phrase (infinitive): to keep peace in the family. Use: Noun (predicate noun)
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