Is the word suddenly a verb?
No suddenly is a adverb
No, the word 'suddenly' is not a verb; suddenly is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb (suddenly thought, suddenly appeared). A linking verb acts somewhat like an equals sign, the object is a form of the subject (Mary is my sister. Mary=sister); or the subject becomes the object (Mary felt cold. Mary->cold). The adverb 'suddenly' can modify the linking verb: Mary suddenly felt cold.
The word 'exclaim' is a verb, a word meaning to express or utter something suddenly or vehemently; a word for an action.
The word 'suddenly' is the adverb form of the adjective 'sudden'. An adverb is a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. The noun form of the adjective 'sudden' is suddenness. Examples: The car ahead of me suddenly stopped. (modifies the verb 'stopped') The picnic ended when a sudden storm came through. (adjective) The suddenness of her departure surprised everyone. (noun)
The word began is the past tense for the verb to begin. There is an adjective (the past participle begun) but no adverb form. The verb began can be modified by adverbs such as slowly, suddenly, abruptly, or inauspiciously.
The verb is pierced.
The verb of loudly is louden. As in "The music loudened suddenly".
The root word for suddenly is sudden. Suddenly is a word that means unexpectedly, quickly, swiftly, abruptly or instantly.
The word 'spring' is both a verb and a noun. The verb 'spring' means to move or jump suddenly or quickly upward or forward; to originate or arise from; to unexpectedly or suddenly develop or appear; to act quickly with energy; a word for an action. The noun 'spring' is a word for the season of the year after winter and before summer; a device that recovers its original shape when released from under pressure… Read More
The word seize is classified as a verb in the English dictionary, meaning to take hold of with force and suddenly. This means to put in possession of an item or thing.
No, but you can make a sentence with the word suddenly. Suddenly it started to rain.
"Suddenly" is an adverb.
What is the subject and the verb in the sentence you have suddenly developed an interest in our handsome neighbor on the third floor?
have is a verb. developed is a verb. interest is a subject. neighbor is a subject.
Sprout would be a word for 'to shoot up suddenly'.
A word that means to depart suddenly is "plump" or "plumped"
The word 'shipwrecked' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to shipwreck. The past participle of the verb is also an adjective. The noun form is a shipwreck: The shipwreck sat forlornly on the sand bar for many months. Verb: We suddenly shipwrecked on rocks hidden below the water's surface. Adjective: He was depressed about his shipwrecked career and planning to give up.
No, the word "verb" is a noun.
The word "perform" can't have an adjective. Adjectives only modify nouns, and perform is a verb. And adverbs and adjectives are usually the only parts of speech that can transition. Because a verb that describes an action( run, cook, play are some examples), it suddenly describe the noun.
Yes, "sally" is a noun, a singular, common noun. The word "sally" is also a verb. As a noun, sally may mean "a sudden rush forward." As a verb, sally may mean "to suddenly rush forward." The name "Sally" is, of course, a proper noun.
What part of speech is the word out in Fred has some eyeglasses but one afternoon while he was fishing suddenly his prescription ran out?
In this sentence 'ran out' is a phrasal verb. In phrasal verbs the second part of the verb can be a preposition or adverb I think here 'out' is a preposition. Have a look at this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phrasal_verb
The word "come" is a verb. It is a phrasal verb.
the word were is a LINKING VERB.
The word (is) is a linking verb
The word "is" is a verb, a being or linking verb.
a derived verb is a word that has a verb
He fell out off his bike suddenly because of pothole. It did not cause him much harm or injury.
To "Dike" is to move back suddenly.
Yes. Ex: Suddenly, a man jumped from the shadows. Suddenly, she was right next to me.
Yes, the word 'do' is a verb.
The word 'be' is indeed a verb.
The word 'smells' is an action verb; a word for the act of smelling.
The word 'pollution' is not a verb. The word pollution is a noun, a word for a substance in the environment that is harmful; a word for a thing. The verb forms are: pollute, pollutes, polluting, polluted The verb to pollute is a main verb.
No the word 'is' is a verb, the third person singular present of the verb to be. The verb 'is' functions as a main verb or an auxiliary verb. The singular present forms of the verb to be are: first person, I am second person, you are third person, he - she - it is A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. Example functions: Who is your teacher? The… Read More
It was a great afternoon, a cow suddenly appeared and ran toward a tree Was great IT WAS A CLEAR NIGHT WHEN SUDDENLY A COW FELL FROM THE SKY was, clear
I can give you several sentences. Suddenly, the lights flickered and went dark. He suddenly began to cry. We were suddenly surrounded by pygmies.
The word helpful is not a verb; it is an adjective. The word help would be a verb.
The word looks is a action verb.
The word "is" is a verb, a conjugation of the verb "to be."
Yes.The word WILL is a helping verb.
The Word "carved" is not a verb.
No, a helping verb (also called an auxiliary verb) is a verb; a word used to show the tense or possibility of a main verb. A verb is a word for an action or a state of being. A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. Example functions: The man was walking his dog to the park. verb = walking, a word for an action; helping verb = was, indicates… Read More
The word "is" is NOT a noun. The word "is" is a verb, a form of the verb "to be". A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. The verb "is" functions as a main verb and an auxiliary (helping) verb. Examples: Margaret is smart. main verb, Margaret = smart; the word smart is a predicate adjective; the noun is Margaret, a word for a person. The class is going… Read More
In the King James version the word - sudden - appears 3 times the word - suddenly - appears 41 times
Yes it can be. The word was can be a main verb or an auxiliary verb (sometimes called a helping verb)
Yes, a verb is an action word
The Latin word verb, "verbum"
The word learn is a verb only. The word float is both a noun and a verb. The word crowd is both a noun and a verb.
yes the word jump is a word because a verb is an action word.
The word 'word' is both a noun (word, words) and a verb (word, words, wording, worded). Examples: What is the word for H2SO4? (noun) I don't know how to word the request. (verb)
No, it is not a verb. it is a pronoun. A verb is a word that describes an action, state or occurrence.
The word invited is a verb. It is the past tense of the verb invite.