Which is the entire verb phrase in this sentence? Sarah must have been diligently working on her project for months. A. have been diligently working B. must have been working C. must have been D. working

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Which is the entire verb phrase in this sentence? Sarah must have been diligently working on her project for months. A. have been diligently working B. must have been working C. must have been D. working

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i think it is b
I had this same question for a test, do you attend k12?
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