I NEED HELP PLEASE. Locate the verbal (not the verbal phrase) in the following sentence. One should learn to speak effectively. type of verbal:infinitive, participle, gerund type verbal in the sentence here_________

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I NEED HELP PLEASE. Locate the verbal (not the verbal phrase) in the following sentence. One should learn to speak effectively. type of verbal:infinitive, participle, gerund type verbal in the sentence here_________

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any one want to help?
I'll try to help :)
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Do you think maybe "should" is a verbal? (I'm not terribly sure)
yea
Okay...Just a second
but at the same time i think speak is
Okay. I think speak wouldn't be only because it is used more as a verb than an adjective/adverb I think
So which of those answers (of the type of verbal) do you think it is?
Actually speak could be one
@PizzaLover123 @nevermind_justschool can you help please?
im not sure
me either...Sorry! I'll tag someone else and maybe they can help too
@texaschic101 and @BlueishPastel can you help too please?
i think its speak because my previous answer wer verbs or close to a verb
Okay sounds good
i have attempts so i can try again one more time
What do you need help with?
We think the verbal is "Speak" (or "to speak") but which type of verbal do you think it is?
A verbal is a word that originally is a verb, but now it's changed to or being used as some other part of speech. For example: I like skiing. I like to ski. "Skiing" and "to ski" come from a verb, but now they are functioning as nouns (just like in "I like pizza", the noun is pizza.) Skiing is a gerund (because it has +ing) and "To ski" is an infinitive (because it has "to.")
Oh okay that makes a lot of sense! So "to speak" is a gerund verbal, right?
yea
Mhm..
I think it sounds good :) What do you two think?
to speak is correct but gerund is not
Do we know why it's wrong?
i have one more attempt to get it right?
OH I think we got infinitive and Gerund reversed but I'm not sure...
Sorry that was my fault :o
np it was correct
Awesome. Thanks @BlueishPastel for the help!
thanks for the help
You're welcome ;)
And thanks whoever gave me the medal too!
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