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What are the nouns and verbs in this sentences.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart. Do not depend own understanding.

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  1. The verb in the first sentence is "trust."

    The second sentence has a main verb plus a helping verb. What do you think they are?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Depend and understanding. Ms.
    Sue.

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  3. You're half right. The main verb is "depend." Here are a few helping verbs:
    is, are, was, were, have, had, has, do, did, should, must, will

    Which of those words helps the verb, "depend?"

    In this sentence, "understanding" is a noun.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. What about the nouns in the first half of the sentence.

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  5. A nouns in the first sentence is "Lord." What do you think the other one is?

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    Ms. Sue
  6. Heart

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  7. Right!

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    Ms. Sue
  8. identify the noun and verbs in this sentence.Don't be impressed with your own wisdom.Instead,fear the Lord and turn your back on evil.

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  9. Heart

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