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Is the word are a linking word or action word?
have is linking verb Right..and wrong. By itself it typically does not function as a linking verb. It takes an object, not a compliment.
Yes. They link a prepositional phrase to the rest of a sentance. Example: to
Is, and any other form of be, can be used as a linking verb or an auxiliary verb. It is never an action.
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it is an action verb
The word looks is a action verb.
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No... probably not the BEST answer ever.(I'm in Honors 8th grade so yeah...)
The verb 'can' is an action verb, a word for an act. The verb 'can' is most often an auxiliary (helper) verb. Examples: John can bring the donuts. I can make the coffee. We c…an have a party. The verb 'can' is not a linking verb. The object of a linking verb must rename the subject (Jane is my sister.) or be a form of the subject (Jane was chosen the winner.) The verb 'can' may be an auxiliary to a linking verb (You can be a winner.)
To Unite ,A unit in the connected series
not exactly. a transitional word is a word that you use when you make a new paragraph or whatever. an example is Next or Then or Second but there are many more.
a common idea
The easy way to recognize a linking verb is that a linking verb acts as an equals sign, the object of the verb is a different form of the subject (Mary is my sister. Mary=sist…er); or the subject becomes the object (My feet got wet. feet->wet). The verb ruled is an action verb, a word for the act of ruling.
In Word Games
Words that can be made from the letters in ACTIONS are: aact action anantasatcast catcation coast coinconcostcot Iininto ion isit nonot oat on sac saint satsatin scion sic sin…sitsonsonic stain tantintotontonic