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10. In which of the following sentences do you find a verb phrase?
A. The crowed roared as the bull charged.
B. I shall be all that I am and more.
C. June was a collector of memorabilia.
D. I believed every word he said

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    B. shall be

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    I was looking evheewryre and this popped up like nothing!

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