He works at a gas station Is this a linking verb?

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No, the verb "works" an action verb.

A linking verb is a verb that functions as an equal sign, the subject is or becomes the object. Examples:
He is the owner of the gas station. (he = owner)
He became a mechanic in his teens. (he = mechanic)

Choose the sentence in which the verb is a linking verb. A. He works at a gas station. B. He has walked to work from his house. C. His hours are long and busy. D. His boss pays him well.?

Answer . The answer is C. In question A: "works" would be the verb, but it is an action verb. In question B: "has" and "walked" would be the verbs. "Has" is a helping

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