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    What kind of part of speech is the word "wishing" in the phrase?

    1. In a phrase "Wishing you good health": What kind of part of speech is the word "wishing?
    2. In "Loving you so much": What kind of part of speech is the word "Loving"?

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    Re: What kind of part of speech is the word "wishing" in the phrase?

    Quote Originally Posted by Suthipong View Post
    1. In a phrase "Wishing you good health": What kind of part of speech is the word "wishing?
    2. In "Loving you so much": What kind of part of speech is the word "Loving"?
    It is difficult to analyze parts of speech in a phrase. Other words that would make these phrases into sentences have an effect on the part of speech. Can you put them into complete sentences?

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