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  • 1. Roads were a slushy mess on Monday along parts of the East Coast.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • LINKING VERB
  • 2. Thousands of families and businesses had no electricity following a deadly snow and ice storm.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • TRANSITIVE VERB
  • 3. In Virginia, about 126,000 electricity customers are living without power.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • auxiliary verb
  • 4. Even without the computer trouble, rain would have kept the space shuttle from launching.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb     
  • At his sentencing, West neither apologized nor attributed his behavior to his drinking problem.          a. transitive verb          b. intransitive verb          c. linking verb        d. auxiliary verb
  • intransitive verb  
  • 6. Officials blamed the storm for at least 17 deaths along its path across the southern Plains.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb
  • 7. It seemed difficult for police to find the man suspected in a cafe robbery.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • linking verb    
  • 8. Dozens of lawsuits, billions of dollars and an incalculable public outcry can make a difference.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • auxiliary verb
  • 9. Philip Morris continues its court fight to prevent the federal government from regulating tobacco.          a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb          c. linking verb          d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb   
  • 10. Elian Gonzalez's grandmothers arrived in Cuba without the child they had hoped to bring home.          a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb          d. auxiliary verb
  • intransitive verb
  • 11. Before he could finish the project, Bill had to contact an expert in pesticide-use management.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb
  • 12. Holding his nose to block out the smell, Evan made his way through the butcher’s work area.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb     
  • 13. The book that Tim sent to his brother has been under his desk for six months           a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb          d. auxiliary verb
  • intransitive verb
  • 14. After a slow start, the team finished with its best record ever.           a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb          c. linking verb          d. auxiliary verb
  • intransitive verb
  • 15. The class's ideas sounded much more sophisticated than the substitute teacher expected.           a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb         d. auxiliary verb
  • linking verb    
  • 16. The man grew tired of the constant questions from reporters.           a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb         d. auxiliary verb
  • linking verb  
  • 17. Do you know whom to contact in case of an emergency?       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • auxiliary verb
  • 18. The golfer listed in the paper as the leader decided to drop out of the tournament.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb    
  • 19. It was those two boys who pulled the fire alarm.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • transitive verb   
  • 20. She wanted to speak with whoever was responsible for her poodle’s awful haircut.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • linking verb    
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