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11 June, 19:25

In each of the following sentences, underline the complete verbs. Some sentences have more than one verb. I have completed the answers 1. We left on our fishing expedition when we got off work. 2. My brother has felt guilty since he took my money. 3. People sometimes think more than they act. 4. The first sign of trouble came almost immediately. 5. Next weekend, we will be going Christmas shopping at the mall.

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  1. 11 June, 20:08
    The answers are:

    Left and got off Has felt and took Think and act Came Will be going


    Verbs are the actions of the sentence, those that you can conjugate with pronouns, e. g,. I drink, you drink, we drink, he drinks, she drinks, etc ... some of them in the sentences provided are in different tenses: past, infinitive, past participle, future, continuous, etc ... So this is basically what it means when stating "complete verbs" in the instructions. For instance, sentence 1 has the verbs left and got off in the simple past - -infinitive: to leave, to get off- - Number 2 is the past participle which is: have or has plus the participle for of the verb. Number three is in the simple present, the verbs are on its natural form. Number 4, simple past - -come-came--. And number 5 is the future continuous tense; remember that continuous forms the verb ends in - ing.
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