What are the three kinds of verbals?

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The three kinds of verbals are participial, infinitives, and gerunds. The participial are vowels used as adjectives. The infinitives are followed by the word to that is used as a noun, adjective, or adverb. Gerund phrases are verb forms used as a nouns.
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