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What is a verb?

Verbs describe (i) an action, (ii) a state or (iii) an occurrence:- . As an action word, it is something that you do, like walk or play or eat . . As a state of being (MORE)
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Is have is a verb?

Yes, have is a verb and it can also be a noun. A verb is a word that describes an action ( run, walk, etc ), a state of being ( exist, stand, etc ) or occurrence ( happen, be (MORE)
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Is out verb?

1. Abbr. V or vb. . a. The part of speech that expresses existence, action, or occurrence in most languages.. b. Any of the words belonging to this part of speech, a (MORE)

Is you a verb?

The word 'you' is not a verb. The word 'you' is a pronoun.   The pronoun 'you' is a personal pronoun, a word that takes the  place of a noun (or nouns) for the person (or (MORE)
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Is this a verbs she is?

No it is not a verb but is....is a verb you cannot is but it is a helping word he is a i think Pronoun?? not sure but any action word or helping word is a verb
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Is have a to be verb?

Have is not a "to be" verb. Present tense forms of be: am/is/are Past tense forms of be: was/were Being is the present participle, and been is the past participle.
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Is you are a verb?

The term "You are..." is a subject and a verb.   The verb is are.   The subject 'you' is a pronoun, a personal pronoun, a word that  takes the place of a noun (name) (MORE)
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Is are a verb or not?

'are' is part of the infinitive verb 'to be.' (i am, you are, he/she is, we are, they are). Yes, 'are' could be classed as a verb
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What verb is are?

"Are" is what most people would call a helping verb. A helping verb is used before a verb or after a pronoun in most cases.
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