is went a proper noun or a common noun?
No, the word 'went' is not a noun. The word 'went' is a verb, the past tense of the verb to 'go'. The word 'go' is an action verb: go, goes, going, went. Examples: We can go to McDonald's. No, I went there for lunch. A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. ...
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What is the verb in this sentence Years ago i went to Disney world for vacation?
WENT is the verb in that sentence. it is a verb in the past tense, the present form of the word being to go. ...
Asked in Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure, Verbs
Is the word do a simple predicate?
The predicate is a part of a sentence containing a verb that makes a statement about the subject of the verb, such as went to work in John went to work. Do is a verb. It could be part of a simple predicate but by itself it is a verb. ...
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What is the verb in a senctence?
The verb in a sentence explains the action or state of being. In your sentence, the word is, is the verb! Is or a form of is, means a state of being. All other verbs describe an action. He went to the show. What did he do? He went. Went is the verb. You can do the same with a number of other sentences. Try it. ...
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Is went an abstract noun?
No, the word "went" is not a noun. The word "went" is the past tense of the verb to go, a word for an action. The noun form of the verb to go is the gerund, going. The noun "going" is an abstract noun as a word for the ease or difficulty of accomplishing something; a word for a concept. The noun "going" is a concrete noun as a word for a departure; a word for a physical act. ...