The verb is 'is' . The definitive verb is 'to be',
The correct verb in the sentence is 'has written'. The word 'written' is the main verb; the word 'has' is the auxiliary verb.
You are a nice person.second person conjugation of the verb BE.
The interrogative version of the sentence - "It is a nice day otday", would be "Is it a nice day otday?" .
In the sentence "By the end of the day the children were tired", the voice of the verb is active. this is because the subject of the verb, "the children", is the agent.
The form it's (with apostrophe) is a contraction, a shortened form for the pronoun it and the verb is.The pronoun it is a singular pronoun, a word that takes the place of a noun for one thing.The contraction it's functions as the subject and verb (or auxiliary verb) of a sentence or clause.it = pronounis = be verbExample: It is a nice day. Or: It's a nice day.
The verb is in italic. The kitten played all day long.
In this sentence, works is the action verb.
No. There is no verb.
NO, I SHALL NOT ANSWER IT! ^--^ Have a nice day. -Slenderman .-.
Is is the verb in your sentence.