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I believe it is, because 'is' is an auxiliary verb and 'running' is a main verb.In the above sentence, I know that "is" is the verb and "running" is a present participle. Is "running" also considered a "verb"?
The same explanation as above.Similarly, are "past participles" also considered verbs? For example, in the sentence below, is "done" considered a verb: