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Select the verbal; indicate whether it is a participle, gerund, or infinitive; and indicate how it functions in the sentence. There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. Verbal: in any small townplentyof workto doThere'salwaysinany small Type: participlegerundinfinitive Function: direct objectobject of a prepositionadverbadjectivepredicate nounsubject
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There's always plenty of work to do in any small town. Verbal: To do; Type: Infinitive; Function: Adjective
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There's always plenty of work to do in any small town.
Verbal: To do;
Type: Infinitive;
Function: Adjective


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