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    for the phrase "came about" are both parts considered a verb? if you had to identify the verb, would you say both words are the verb or is it just "came" and "about" is considered an adverb?

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    Re: verbs

    ‘Came’ in phrasal verb ‘came about’ is considered the verb and ‘about’ the adverbial particle.

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