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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 'was' a verb?

Yes. 'was' is a past tense of 'is', and 'is' is a verb and so 'was' must be a verb.
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Is from a verb?

No, it is not, because a verb is an action or something you can do.  The word from is not something you can do, so therefore it is not a  verb.
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Is can a verb?

Yes, it is a verb, most often used as a helping verb or understood helping verb. e.g. He can run. / Can he run? Yes, he can. It can also be used as a noun ("Soup is bought (MORE)
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Is to a verb?

No, it is a preposition, or it can also be an infinitive. Here are  some common prepositions: about, above, across, against, among,  around, at, before, behind, beside, betw (MORE)
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Is 'am' a verb?

Am can be used as a linking verb for the first person singular, as in "I am awake". It can also be used as a helping verb, again in the first person singular, such as in "I am (MORE)
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Is was a verb?

Yes. "was" is the past tense of the verb "to be".
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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 at a verb?

No, the word 'at' is a preposition, a word that connects a  noun or a pronoun to another word in the sentence.   The noun or the pronoun that follows a preposition is cal (MORE)
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What is the verb of be?

The verb "to be" which is the most irregular verb in the  English language.   I am   you are   he/she is   We are   They are   ---------------   I (MORE)