Finding the Verb Directions: Underline the verb in each sentence. Make sure you include helping verbs. 1. After years of debt, Sally is now saving money. 2. She went to the bank and opened an account. 3. Her credit card companies were calling her all the time. 4. Sally had few dollars and no sense. 5. She even maintained charge accounts at local gas stations. 6. Late payments ruined her credit report. 7. Now, Sally balances her checkbook. 8. She budgets herself very tightly and never cheats. 9. Her credit and debt are slowly recovering. 10.Now, Sally relies only on herself! Directions: Underline the verb in each sentence. Be careful that you only mark verbs that function as verbs (that is, not verbals which are in the form of verbs but function as other parts of speech). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Running provides an easy way for people to relax. The gambling industry is ruining the country. Kramer continuously raids Jerry’s refrigerator. John and Thomas carefully sanded the oak table. After their first consultation and view, the Millers bought the house. Riley did not understand the joke his father made. Many women prefer jogging to weightlifting. Amy loves hearing Lynyrd Skynyrd rock to “Sweet Home Alabama.” Golfing stirs the hearts of many men and women. 10. Jack enjoys watching the milk mustache commercials.