No, the word 'happy' is not a verb; happy is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is happiness; the adverb form is happily. There is no verb form.
Yes, patiently is an adverb of manner, telling how an action was performed.
no, chew is a verb, or action word, like jump or punch. An adjective is a describing word like dumb or happy.
What is the consequence of always telling the truth? His action was of little consequence to the team's efforts.
An arrow that is telling about the action and the direction it is reacting.
Just depends on how they are feeling. they are hyper when they are ( hyper | happy|excited|scared|nervous) i found out by my parakeets telling me the word that they feel. i found out when she said " HAPPY! BRAWHK!"
Theres No way of telling(Sorry =( )
Sit down and have a convo with her about it flat out ask he if she is not happy
Double Fine Happy Action Theater happened in 2012.
she'll be happy??
The word 'happy' is an adjective, a word that describe a noun: a happy baby, a happy time.The noun form for the adjective happy is happiness.