“The sailor was able to hold up the SAIL despite the storm.” – In this sentence SAIL is a NOUN. Choose the sentence below in which SAIL is a VERB.
A. He was able to sail through despite the storm.
B. The sail on the boat held up despite the storm
C. There was a tear on the sail and the boat slowed down.
D. A bird ripped the sail and damaged it.
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