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Blinding snow and high winds closed the interstate highway today.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
closed - T
Are you well today?

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
are - L
Stop in the name of love!

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
Stop - I
Surprisingly, the umpire reversed his decision.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
reversed- T
Running a marathon requires incredible stanima.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
requires - T
Dripping with perspiration, he finished the 10K run.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
finished- T
He ran frantically from the bank.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
ran - I
His legacy will continue through the new endowment.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
continue - I
Harrison, widely believed to be the leading contender for the federal judegeship, today declined to complere the Senate questionanaire.

Transitive, Intransitive or Linking?
declined- T
To dream the impossible dream is her life's goal.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
To Dream- I
Do you know how to build a den for a platypus?

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
to build - I
Tom really enjoys building tree houses.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
building- G
Dancing by the light of the moon, Terry and Traci discovered new rhythms for their lives.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
Dancing by the light of the moon - I
Her academic specialty is researching the impact of "blog" journalism.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
researching - G
The hard-hitting investigative series was powerful enough to command the attention of the president.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
to command - I
You are on the grounds of the University of Oregon, long heralded as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
long heralded as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States

P
The blinding, swirling sow sent drivers skidding off the highway.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
sent- P
I'll never understand your refusal to serve in the Tofu Liberation Army.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
to serve- I
Refusing to serve on moral grounds won't impress your critics.

Which is the verbal? Is it a Gerund, Participle, or Infinitive?
refusing- G
Make the sentence concise:

The troops began tehir movement slowly at dawn.
The troops moved at dawn.
Make the sentence concise:

Sara voiced her complaints angrily to the city councilors.
Sara complained to the city.
Make the sentence concise:

The suspect erected a barricade for himself inside the house.
The suspect barricaded himself inside the house.
Make the sentence concise:

Four inches of rain in three hours really hit the city of New Orleans hard last night.
In three hours, four inches of rain hit New Orleans.
Make the sentence concise:

The suspect walked erratically and unsteadily as he left the building.
The suspect staggered as he left.