The verb in that sentence is jumped.
The verb is jumped because a verb is a word which describes an action. Other verbs are jump, jumps and jumping.
So, "we all jump three feet into the air" would be the present tense of the verb.
velociraptor jumped about 12 feet in the air! Going to high ground wouldn't save you from its jaws!
Capt Joseph Kittinger of the US Air Force jumped from a helium balloon at 102,800 feet. His parachute deployed somewhere around 15,000 feet - roughly the height that skydivers normally jump from.
The sky diver jumped off the airplane and experienced air resistance.
No, air is a noun.
The word air is both a noun and a verb. Example uses: Noun: Let's take a walk and get some fresh air. Verb: We've scheduled a meeting for the employees to air their grievances.
The plane was on the ground, not flying in the air.
Air raids is a noun.
No, it is not. The word "air" can be a noun or a verb.
Is making is the verb. It shows what the air conditioner (subject) is doing.