To find a main verb
Here is a sentence I am curious about.
"Second, look for more October surprises in hairpin curves in the course of the race."
I can't find a main verb above. I only guess this is an imperative sentence.
Let me draw an article from the news so that you can catch the context.
First, Donald Trump isn’t leaving the race, and indeed seems oblivious to the storm of criticism surrounding him.
“I haven’t heard from anyone saying I should drop out, and that would never happen, never happen,” Trump told the New York Times on Saturday. “That’s not the kind of person I am. I am in this until the end.”
Second, look for more October surprises in hairpin curves in the course of the race. The simultaneous leaks of Donald Trump’s lewd remarks and the publishing of excerpts from Hillary Clinton’s Goldman Sachs speeches are only the beginning.