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3 April, 11:12

Underline the verbal phrases in the following sentences. Identify the phrase as a participle, a gerund, or a verb.

Leaving the beach, he built two huts and hunted the island goats.

His diet of fresh vegetables, fruit, and goat meat was very healthy. Eventually, he became so fleet that he could catch a running goat without a rifle!

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  1. 3 April, 11:27
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    Leaving the beach (gerund), he built two huts and hunted the island goats.

    His diet of fresh vegetables, fruit, and goat meat was (verb) very healthy. Eventually, he became so fleet that he could catch a running (participle) goat without a rifle!
  2. 3 April, 12:34
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    Leaving the beach (a gerund), he built two huts and hunted the island goats.

    His diet of fresh vegetables, fruit, and goat meat was (verb) very healthy.

    Eventually, he became so fleet that he could catch a running (a participle) goat without a rifle!
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