language arts

Hi..need help with this question. Tim is moving to a new house. The words is moving can also be called a
a. verb phrase
b. prepositional phrase
c. linking verb
d. main verb
Thanks..

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  1. The words is moving is verb phrase.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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