Is put an action verb?
Yes. Sometimes it is difficult to see or recognize an action verb. An action verb is a verb that describes an action. The way to recognize an action verb is to try and substitute the verb with is, am, are. If the sentence make no sense with those substitutions, then it is an action verb. For more information, please refer to the "Related Links" below.
In a typical sentence, the subject (the one who performs the action) is usually a noun, and sometimes a pronoun. The action that the subject does is usually a verb. The boy ate his lunch. The doer of the action is "boy" and what action he did is "ate." But we can make the sentence more interesting by describing the noun-- which requires an adjective; or describing the verb-- which requires an adverb. So, the…