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    IS this sentence is complete? Which one is verb here?

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    Re: IS this sentence is complete? Which one is verb here?

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Where did you find that sentence? You need to quote the source. Why do you need to find a verb?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: IS this sentence is complete? Which one is verb here?

    Thanks for your reply ! I found this sentence in a scientific paper. I want to use it for my note ! Someone said to me that there is no verb in this sentence. However, I believe that it is a complete sentence. I am not a native speaker of English. Therefore, want to confirm it from this forum.

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    Where did you find that sentence? You need to quote the source. Why do you need to find a verb?

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    Re: IS this sentence is complete? Which one is verb here?

    There is no verb, and it is not a sentence but a noun phrase.

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    Re: IS this sentence is complete? Which one is verb here?

    ...and it lacks a final punctuation mark.

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