What are the three correct names to which a verb is functioning as a different part of speech within a sentence?
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What is a verb called if it is functioning as a different part of speech in a sentence?
What may a verb be called if it is funtioning as a different part of speech within a sentence?
Asked in Verbs, Example Sentences
What is the verb in the sentence he seems to be tired?
Asked in Grammar
Is this sentence grammatically correct- That is her?
Asked in Parts of Speech, Verbs
What part of speech is the word enjoying in the question Are you enjoying the party?
Asked in Grammar
Different between direct speech to reported speech?
direct speech: a speech or a sentence quoted from a sentence somebody had spoken or am speaking. using inverted commas(" ") reported speech: a report of what somebody had said before. direct speech: a speech or a sentence quoted from a sentence somebody had spoken or am speaking. using inverted commas(" ") reported speech: a report of what somebody had said before.
What are the uses of verbals?
How many parts of speech are used in a sentence?
Asked in Parts of Speech
What are the parts of speech in the sentence What was the name of his college?
What was the name of his college? (The name of his college was what?) What - interrogative pronoun, functioning as a predicate nominative; was - linking verb; the - article; name - noun, functioning as subject of the sentence; of - preposition; his - pronoun (possessive adjective), describes the noun 'college'; college - noun, object of the preposition 'of'.
Asked in Nouns, Parts of Speech
Is I'm beautiful a noun?
No, in the sentence, "I'm beautiful." there are no nouns. The parts of speech are of the sentence are: I'm, a contraction for "I am", the subject pronoun and the verb of the sentence. beautiful, an adjective, functioning as a subject complement (predicate adjective) following the linking verb "am" (I = beautiful).