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Which is the entire verb phrase in this sentence?

My friends and I could have carefully dismantled the playhouse.

A.
dismantled

B.
could have dismantled

C.
could have carefully dismantled

D.
could have

  1. Writeacher

    ... and you think it's ... ??

  2. Josie

    I think its C or B

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