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Why is reitify not a word?
Reitify isn't a word for the same reason "googlate" and "sparkhair" aren't words ("recordify" probably qualifies too). It is an accidental and incorrect combination of two partial words (my assumption is that it comes from reiterate and clarify) and our language, flawed as it may be, doesn't currently require it.
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Linking verbs connect to parts of a word: the subject and then subject complement. Linking words are words like: are, is, was, were, and so on. Action verbs deno…te action as in "He jumps." or "She ran." The subjects are doing something.
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