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  • 1. 1. The student became frustrated when she was not allowed to take chemistry.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 2. linking verb    
  • 3. 2. The school's football coach will give a speech at the banquet.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 4. transitive verb     
  • 5. 3. The wizard tapped his wand and disappeared.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 6. transitive verb      
  • 7. 4. The fishing has improved on this lake since they outlawed speedboats.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 8. intransitive verb     
  • 9. 5. The writer gestured to the crowd with his pen.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 10. intransitive verb  
  • 11. 6. Smoking is a ridiculous habit .       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 12. linking verb
  • 13. 7. The curry dish tasted spicier than he thought it would.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 14. linking verb   
  • 15. 8. The police yelled, " Drop your weapon to the ground!"       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 16. transitive verb
  • 17. 9. The burglar escaped the police with all of the money.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 18. transitive verb
  • 19. 10. The driver stopped quickly when she saw the accident ahead.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 20. intransitive verb
  • 21. 11. The director thinks the studio could make millions on this film.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 22. transitive verb     
  • 23. 12. The critics should consider how difficult it is to write a novel.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 24. transitive verb     
  • 25. 13. The boxer appeared confused after the blow to his jaw.           a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb          d. auxiliary verb
  • 26. linking verb   
  • 27. 14. Some people work simply to buy more things.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 28. intransitive verb     
  • 29. 15. The man standing on the corner looks suspicious.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 30. linking verb    
  • 31. 16. The warning labels on the package make little difference in sales.           a. transitive verb          b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb         d. auxiliary verb
  • 32. transitive verb
  • 33. 17. Did Eric decide what schools to visit this spring?       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 34. auxiliary verb
  • 35. 18. Philip resented giving his room to his brother.          a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb           c. linking verb         d. auxiliary verb
  • 36. transitive verb   
  • 37. 19. Holly danced wildly across the lawn.          a. transitive verb           b. intransitive verb          c. linking verb         d. auxiliary verb
  • 38. intransitive verb
  • 39. 20. His broken watch is always his excuse for being late.       a. transitive verb      b. intransitive verb      c. linking verb     d. auxiliary verb
  • 40. linking verb