English Verb Phrases

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Can someone please check my answers please? *Cross out any prepositional phrases. Underline the subject once and the verb/verb phrase twice. 1. The garbage truck has stopped near the corner of Washington Street. (subject truck verb- has stopped prepositional phrase- near the corner, of Washington Street) 2. May I sit between Todd and you for ten minutes? (subject- I verb - sit prepositional phrase- between Todd and you, for ten minutes) 3. Everyone but John must have taken his bathing suit with him. (subject- everyone verb- must have taken prepositional phrase- but John, with him)4. We will be rowing on the lake after sunset today. (subject- we verb- will be rowing prepositional phrase- on the lake, after sunset) 5. Does the policeman attend the church beside the new park? (subject- policeman verb- does attend prepositional phrase- beside the new park) 6. Your name should not have been written in cursive. (subject- name verb- should have prepositional phrase- in cursive) 7. Mark's friend cannot come until the end of the winter. (subject- friend verb-can come prepositional phrase-until the end, of the winter)

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    1. May is a helping verb and part of the verb phrase.

    6. Complete verb: should have been

    Everything else is correct. Great!

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    Thank you! :)

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    You're welcome. It's a pleasure working with you. :-)

  • English Verb Phrases -

    did you have ms. Mather by any chance

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