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    Question What is the verb in the predicate?

    Hello, my name is Merciah, and I would like to ask a question. Does anyone know what is the name of the verb in the predicate?

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    Re: What is the verb in the predicate?

    Welcome to the board, Merciah.

    I'm sorry but I don't understand your question.

    Wait a while to see if anybody else does; otherwise try to ask it in a different way.

    Good luck.

    Rover

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    Re: What is the verb in the predicate?

    I don't think anyone else will Unless the word the OP wants is 'finite'. Declarative sentences have a subject and a predicate, and the predicate includes a finite verb.

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