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2015-03-02 19:00:45

Identify is a verb. The past tense and past participle are identified.

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Identify IS a verb. It's other forms are: identify identifies identified identifying


Identify is already a verb. For example "to identify something or someone" is an action and therefore a verb.


Yes, the word 'identify' is a verb. The noun form would be 'identification'.


The verb form of identity is identify. As in "to identify something or someone".


Identify is the verb form for identification.


The noun forms for the verb to identify are identifier and the gerund, identifying.A related noun form is identity.


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he jumped. jumped is the verb becayse iti it the action that the noun:he is doing == "Identify the verb in this sentence."The word "verb" has been used in the sentence in a correct context. "Identify" happens to be the verb in the sentence. The subject (main noun) of the sentence is "the verb," and "in this sentence" is a prepositional phrase and the object.


The verb identify can use either of the participles depending on the usage. They are identifying and identified.



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The abstract noun form of the verb to identify are identification and identity; words for concepts.



The noun forms for the verb identify are identifier and identifiable. Other noun forms are identity and identification.


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The verb of identity is identify.Other verbs are identifies, identifying and identified, depending on the tense.Some example sentences are:"We will identify the suspect"."She identifies with him"."They are identifying the culprit now"."The thief had no idea how he was identified".



something with an "ing" at the end of the word it is usually a verb




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