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identify whether the italicized words are action verbs, transitive verbs, linking verbs, or helping verbs. I (used) my textbook to study for the exam. (1 point) action verb helping verb linking verb transitive verb The case of the missing sock remains a mystery. action verb helping verb linking verb transitive verb

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mystery should be in ( ) to thats in italics
used is an transitive verb (has both a subject and a noun) and I think mystery is a helping verb
Actually no mystery is a linking verb because it doesn't really have an action

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I just want to say that @MathBlonde is correct, used is an transitive verb and mystery is a linking verb . :)
And the second one is a linking verb because "remains" connects with the word mystery , which describes or tells what the case is. "The case is a mystery."

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