This GED Practice Test language arts question comes from the Parts of Speech section of our GED Online Course. The Parts of Speech lesson breaks down nouns, verbs, adverbs, pronouns, adjectives, and more.
The correct solution is (C) 2. Toured and saw are verbs.
A verb is a word that describes a physical or mental action or a state of being. Verbs have different tenses, which show time. Each verb has three primary forms. The base form is used for simple present tense, and the past form is used for simple past tense. The participle form is used for more complicated time situations. Participle form verbs are accompanied by a helping verb.
Remember: A complete sentence must have at least 1 verb. Below is a chart with a few examples of verbs in their various forms:
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