What is the conjunction- Thousands of years ago fish was caught in nets and traps?

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The conjunction in the sentence is and, which joins the compound object of the preposition 'in'.
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Is there a linking verb in Thousands of years ago fish were caught in nets and traps?

There is not a linking verb in the sentence "Thousands of years ago, fish were caught in nets and traps." A linking verb is one that connects the subject to more information

Thousands of years ago fish were caught in nets and traps Which are conjunction preposition pronoun or linking verb?

The conjunction is and , which joins the compound object ofthe preposition 'in'. The prepositions are: . of , which connects the object of the preposition (years)to the no

Noun verb adverb for Thousands of years ago fish were caught in nets and traps?

In the sentence "Thousands of years ago fish were caught in nets and traps", considered word-by-word, "thousands", "years". "fish", "nets", and "traps" are the nouns; the only

Thousands of years ago, fish were caught in nets and traps?

um... yeah, you forgot to write what you're question actually is regarding that sentence by the way. And I already know it. The rest of your question is: " 'in' is this a conj