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    Question need help with verbs

    Can "Mean" and "Pay" be irregular verbs.
    Can "get involved" ,"on Sale" be main W/ helping verbs.
    Can savings, possibilities be present verbs.
    Can these be verbs in that form.

    Thanks so much and love this site

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    Re: need help with verbs

    [1] mean, meant; pay, paid
    [2a] "get involved": She is getting involved
    [2b] "on Sale" is not a verb: It is on Sale.
    [3] Plural Nouns: savings, possibilities
    [4a] Continuous Verb: I am saving.
    [4b] "possibilities" is not a verb. It comes from an adjective, possible.

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