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A main verb is...
a) The most important verb in a verb phrase. b) The subject of the sentence. c) The verb with the most action. d) An action word that describes the noun.
A helping verb is...
a) Verbs in other sentences. b) Words that describe the verb. c) All of the other words in the verb phrase that lend a hand to the main verb. d) Phrases that describe the entire action of the sentence, also known as a complete predicate.
What is a verb phrase?
a) Words that describe who the sentence is about. b) Words that express emotion in various ways. c) A hat. d) a small cluster of verbs that fully describe the action of a sentence.
Which of the following words are NOT considered main verbs or helping verbs.
a) ran b) will be c) house d) has
Which of the following words are NOT considered main verbs or helping verbs.
a) have b) should c) could have been d) fearsome
Which of the following words are NOT considered main verbs or helping verbs.
a) must have been b) gently c) identify d) is
Which of the following words ARE considered main verbs or helping verbs.
a) does b) ocean c) organism d) easily
Which of the following sentences contain a verb phrase?
a) The monkey ran out of the zoo with a hat on its head. b) The monkey and his uncle wildy jumped the fence into the lion's den. c) In a panic, the monkey jumped on the picnic table and threw a soda at the lady. d) It could not have been the monkey's fault due to the fact that his cage was left unlocked.
Which of the following sentences contains a helping verb?
a) You know, you could have helped out more around the house before our guests arrived for dinner. b) I cleaned the bathroom and the downstairs office. c) I mostly played video games, though. d) I also watched three hours of Veggie Tales instead of cleaning my room.
Which of the following sentences only contains a main verb?
a) It must have been the mistloe that prompted that kiss from my mom. Blah! b) She could not have been more embarassing. c) I can't believe my friends saw it. d) Next time, I will run away.
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