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I have the sentence...When I get home from school,I'm going to take a nap.
I am supposed to underline the subjects and verbs. I know in the first part the subject is I and the verb is get. On the second part the subject is I. I'm not sure on the verb though. Is it am going or am going to take?
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    In the second part (main clause) of that sentence, only "going" is the main verb. The infinitive "to take" is a verb form completing the thought.

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