french verbs(again)PLEASE HELP this is due tonight

I have to find 10 french verbs in this passage but I can only 8. Here is the passage:
Balthazar Claes se montra tout a coup, fitquelques pas, ne regarda pas cette femme, ou s'il la regarda, ne la vit pas, et resta tout droit au milieu du parloir en appuyant sur sa main droite sa tete legerement inclinee. Une horrible souffrance a laquelle cette femme ne pouvait s'habituer quoiqu'elle revint frequemment chaque jour,(...) dissipa son sourire, plissa son front brun entre les sourcils vers cette ligne que creuse la frequente expression des sentiments extremes: ses yeux se remplirent de larmes, mais elle les essuya soudain en regardant Balthazar. Il etait impossible de ne pas etre profondement impressionne par ce chef de la famille Claes.

These are the 8 verbs I found at least I think they're all verbs:
regarder, rester, parler, pouvoir, s'habiller, sourire, se remplir, and etre. You can only list a verb once if it appears twice so can anyone fimd the other two I don;t see?



What about --
se montra
vit
a (avoir)
creuse
essuye
se remplirent

Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. When you say 8 verbs, do you mean in the passé simple? Because there are other verbs used in other forms (l'imparfait, l'infinitif, présent, gérondif.

se montra, fit, regarda, vit, resta, revint, dissipa, plissa, se remplirent, essuya (10)

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