The verb in this sentence is "seems."
Seems is the verb. To be tired is a verbal phrase, a verb form functioning as another part of speech in this sentence.
No. Seems is a copula ('linking' verb).
Yes, "seems" is a linking verb.
The verbs in this sentence are "is" and "seems."
No.Seems is a state verb.
it is a linking verb. "Seems" "tastes" "smells" are all the same kind of verb, what one of my old teacher called "Wannabe Verbs", meaning they want to be a "Being Verb" (be, is, was, might be, etc. etc.) The soup seems good..... SEEMS is a Linking Verb to GOOD, which is the PREDICATE ADJECTIVE
The cart was unable to bear the heavy load.
Noun: That fish was extremely heavy. Verb: How do you know how to fish?
"Seems" is a verb.
Usally Jim seems relaxed before a race.