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The verb in the sentence is resulted. You can parse the sentence like this, where [X] is the subject of the sentence: The [X] resulted in many safety reforms. In short: The [sinking of the ship after it collided with an iceberg] resulted in many safety reforms. It's the same general construction as this: The [fire] resulted in many safety reforms....


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Neither are the predicate verb. "Sinking" is used as a noun (gerund)... it fou ere not sure, notice the article before it. "After it collided" is a dependent clause. Look for another verb in that sentence.


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