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posted by rfvv Friday, April 13, 2018 at 9:46pm

posted by rfvv Monday, April 9, 2018 at 10:21pm

1. What is the root verb of 'seen'?
2. What is the base verb of 'seen'?
3. What is the bare infinitive of 'seen'?
4. What is the verb root of 'seen'?
5. What is the dictionary form of 'seen'?
6. What is the base from of the verb 'seen'?
-It's 'see.'
[Which expression in each question is ungrammatical?]
Writeacher Monday, April 9, 2018 at 11:24pm
2 has the best phrasing. The rest don’t (unless there’s a typo in 6).

The answer should be phrased like this: It’s “to see.”

rfvv Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7:54pm
1. What is the root verb of 'seen'?
2. What is the base verb of 'seen'?
3. What is the bare infinitive of 'seen'?
4. What is the verb root of 'seen'?
5. What is the dictionary form of 'seen'?
6. What is the base form of the verb 'seen'?
-It's 'see.'
[Which expression in each question is ungrammatical?]
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Thank you for your help.

7. a verb root
8. a root verb

[Which expression is grammatical? I found #7 on-line. What about #8? Can we use #8?]

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  1. I believe the accepted phrase is "root verb".

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