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Label the subject and verb in each sentence.
1. She crept past the baby's crib.

Would the subject be she and the verb be crept?

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asked by Lily
  1. Yes, you're right.

  2. Thank you. And also, is loved a verb? Because it is the same directions and the sentence is, She loved walking..... However, isn't walking a verb to?

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    posted by Lily
  3. You're right, loved is the verb.

    Walking is a verb form, but it's used as a noun here so is a gerund.

    http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/gerund.htm

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