What would you like to do?
Is supply a verb or noun?
The word 'do' is both a noun and a verb. The noun 'do' is a word for the first note on a musical scale; and an informal word for a social event such as a par…ty, or a hairstyle (short for hairdo). The verb 'do' means to perform; to achieve or complete; to act or behave in a specified way; to be suitable or acceptable. The noun forms for the verb to do are doer, doing, doings.
Nouns that are also verbs: arm bear change date edge fly grip and gripe help ice joke knife level mine note point reason star and stag…e trip urge vault water yell zero
The word answer can be either a verb or a noun, depending on how it is used. I have the correct answer. It is a noun in this sentence. Anytime the answer can be described as… a thing, it is a noun. I answer the phone. It is a verb in this sentence. Anytime the word describes an action that somebody performs, it is a verb.
is is a verb.
A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. A verb is a word for an action or a state of being. Examples: The boy was running. . noun = boy , a word for a person; …. verb = was running , the action of the boy. Susan is home. . noun = Susan , a word for a person; . verb = is , a state of being; . noun = home , a word for a thing. The family ate pizza at the ballpark. . noun = family , a word for people; . verb = ate , the action of the family; . noun = pizza , a word for a thing; . noun = ballpark , a word for a place. Some words can be both a noun and a verb. Example: I love to dance so I'm going to the dance with Harvey.
'He' is a pronoun, a word which replaces a noun. Example: John is my brother, he attends the local college. The pronoun he replaces the noun John in the second part of the se…ntence.
It can be a verb and a noun. Verb: To provide something. Noun: An amount of something available for use.
'The' is neither a verb nor a noun. It is 'the definite article' as opposed to 'a' which is 'the indefinite article'. CORRECTION- yes, as the person above said, it is the def…inite article. bascically the is an adjective. No. The is always an article. There are three articles a /an / the. The is called the definite article
Verb: A word that shows action or being! Noun: A word that names a person, animal, place or thing!
The present participle of a verb, the -ing word, is also used as a noun called a gerund. The present participle can also be an adjective. Examples: Verb: We were swimming at… the community center. Noun: Swimming is my favorite extra curricular activity. Adjective: The swimming pool is closed today. There are also a number of words that act as both a verb and an noun; for example: I won fifty dollars on one roll of the dice. Or, You can dice the onions for me. I'll have my roll with butter and jam. Or, I won fifty dollars on one roll of the dice. Don't jam everything in together, you'll crush the berries. Or, I'll have my toast with jam.
A verb tells about actions - run, walk, drive, - or states - know, like, love. Nouns are the names of people, places and things - John, Paris, table, aardvark.
Was is a verb: a past tense singular form of the verb "to be." (plural or 2nd person is were)
The word 'disease' is a noun; a word for an impairment of health or a condition of abnormality of the body; a word for a thing. Examples of verbs used with the n…oun 'disease' are to catch a disease or to develop a disease.
The word 'contract' is both a verb and a noun. The verb to 'contract' is to make smaller or to become smaller; to acquire or incur; to enter into a formal agreement; a … word for an action. The noun 'contract' is a word for an oral or written agreement between parties; a document on which an agreement is written; a word for a thing. The noun forms of the verb to contract are contractor, contraction, and the gerund, contracting.
The noun 'supply' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for an amount or quantity of something that is available to use; a word for a thing. Example: Our supp…ly of milk and eggs will get us through the week. The word supply is also a verb: supply, supplies, supplying, supplied. The noun forms of the verb to supply are supplier, and the gerund, supplying.
The word "what" is a pronoun, whether used as an interrogative (What are you doing) or object (Listen to what I say). It can also be an adjective (what school do you a…ttend), and more dubiously as an adverb or conjunction. It is, however, never a verb.
The word 'why' is an adverb, a conjunction, a noun, and an interjection. The adverb 'why' introduces a question or an adverbial clause. Examples: Why… were you late? (the adverb 'why' modifies the verb 'were late') The reason why I was late is due to an electrical outage. (the adverb 'why' introduces the adverbial clause 'why I was late') The conjunction 'why' connects two independent thoughts into one sentence. Example: She never told me why she didn't go back. The noun 'why' is a word for a reason or explanation. Example: You gave the right answer except the why. The interjection 'why' is used to exclaim or protest or command. Example: Why, I never said that!