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can't find the verb
'we could have done a better job.'
we- subject
???

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    The helping verbs are "could have." What is the main (action) verb?

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    is it done?
    but you can doing?

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    huh?

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    Yes, the action verb is "done." Of course, you can "do" or (have) "done."

    Every night I "do" the dishes.
    I have "done" them every night for a week."

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    oh, well thanks for all your help i'll be sure to use this website with homework help
    thanks again!

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    You're very welcome. I look forward to helping you again.

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