such a hard worker
A verb phrase is the verb and its dependents (objects, complements, and other modifiers), but not the subject or its dependents.
The verb phrase in the sentence is "heard that our school is getting a new mascot".
The subject is the pronoun "You".
Note: "that our school is getting a new mascot" is a relative clause functioning as the direct object of the verb 'heard'.
What is the most feared animal in the west
Linking Verb and Intransitive Verb
No. Why? And why would you ask this in the internet? ....
will have swum
like a revolutionary
Works is an intransitive verb in that example. There is no direct object.
(A+) should have borrowed
"Could have moved" is the verb phrase, but the reflexive pronoun (ourselves) doesn't agree with its antecedent (you).
You could never have moved that tree yourself (yourselves if you is plural).
We could never have moved that tree ourselves.
The only verb in the sentence, "Yesterday you went to the mall", is intransitive. (The verb is "went".)
tomorrow college or leave
should be delivering