Would, have come, and work.
would have come and work
would have come.
Explanation: A verb phrase is the part of a sentence that contains a main verb and all of its “helpers,” or auxiliary verbs. In the given sentence we have two clauses, an independent clause "Leslie would probably have come with us" and a subordinate clause "if she didn't work all summer," the main verb is "come" from the independent (main) clause, so the verb phrase is "would have come" because it includes the main verb and its auxiliaries ("would have").
would probably have come with us.
A verb phrase consists of a main verb with its auxiliaries and its objects, complements or other modifiers. In this case:would, have: auxiliary verb.probably: adverb (modifier).come: main verb.with us: complement.
(Although this would be the most accepted definition, different theories could include different elements in a verbal phrase).
A: Would Have Come
the answer is "would have come" I just did this test.
the correct answer is A would have come I just did this test