No. "Nets" and "traps" are nouns; linking words are either verbs or, much more often, conjunctions.
Nets and traps are not linking verbs.
No, "caught in nets" is a sentence fragment, there is no subject.A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.Example sentence (with subject):Fish were caught in nets.They were caught in nets. (the pronoun 'they' takes the place of the noun 'fish')
The conjunction is and, which joins the compound object of the preposition 'in'.The prepositions are:of, which connects the object of the preposition (years) to the noun 'thousands';in, which connects the object of the preposition (nets and traps) to the verb 'caught'.There are no pronouns or linking verbs in the sentence.The verb in the sentence is 'were caught', an action verb.
by drag nets on shore or large trawl nets on boats
It depends on how they are used.Both words could be nouns or verbs.noun - The nets are kept in the shed. The trapsare in the shed too.verb - The fisherman nets the fish in the morning. Jon traps possums in the holidays. - (present tense)
Thousands of years ago, fish were caught in nets AND traps.The word 'and; is a conjunction, a word used to connect words, sentences, phrases, or clauses.
Squid are caught in nets and killed by suffocation. Cruel?????? Yes...
Using nets and pinning the nets to the ground. Then gently transfer what you caught into a container.
There is no pronoun in the sentence "Thousands of years ago, fish were caught in nets and traps."
The word 'in' is a preposition, a word that connects the object of the preposition (nets and traps) to the verb 'caught'.
They are caught in nets commercially and some will be caught in crab pots at sea, some are caught with a fishing pole.
"Nets" is a plural noun, "and" is a conjunction, and "traps" is a plural noun.
"Nets" in the object of a preposition. It's the object of "in"-- many students get confused because they see a noun and assume it's the subject; but often, they are really seeing an object. If the noun is in a phrase with words like in, on, above, below, at, to, or with, that's a "prepositional phrase" and the noun is an object. Marie lives in a big house. John was waiting at the bus-stop. They caught the fish in nets.
"were caught" is the verb.
they don't like to be caught in fish nets
because theyre gay
The noun fish is the subject of the sentence, "Thousands of years ago, fish were caught in nets and traps."
The nouns are: thousands, years, fish, nets, traps.
Sea laid traps, fishing nets or STDs.
'In nets and traps' is a prepositional phrase and "in" is a preposition.'Nets and traps' is the compound object of the preposition.
Sometimes people put food in the nets like pineapple or small other fish to attract them into the nets. Dolphins will quickly swim to get their pineapple or fish.
there are words that are alwys verbs the words are is,am,are,was,were......i hope that helped you
the biggest threat dolphins are tuna nets that dolphins are gettting caught in fishing nets when catching fish such as tuna