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What are the verbs in this phrase. Reggie bought a computer today at the store for $700.

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    There is one word in there that is a verb.

    What is someone DOING in that sentence?

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    If his doing something then it must be BOUGHT righ. Because he bought a computer

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    RIGHT! good thinking.

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    So in this phrase: Tony liked that car at the dealership. The verbs would be: liked and dealership or just liked because it shows what his action is?

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