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Usally Jim seems relaxed before a race.

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What is subject and linking verb?

The subject is the part of the sentence doing something or experiencing the verb of the sentence.John bought a soda. -- subject in boldJohn feels happy. -- subject in boldWhen looking for the subject of a sentence, your best betis usually to find the phrase just before the verb. -- subject in boldThe entire subject of the sentence can be a single word like 'John' or a string of words, like 'your best bet', which is made up of 2 adjectives (your and best) and a noun (bet).Linking verbs are verbs that do not show the subject doing an action. Bought (or 'to buy') is an action verb. John is doing something.Feels (or 'to feel') in the example is a linking verb. It connects John to something about him -- that he is happy. Likewise, 'is' in the third example is a linking verb.Google linking verbs and you'll be able to find more examples. :)


When do you use a coma before the word and in a sentence?

Aaah, good question... Use a comma when the part of the sentence after the conjunction can stand alone as a complete sentence (i.e., when linking multiple independent clauses). Examples: Bob went shopping, and I went to the gym. Bob went shopping and bought some tomatoes.


Is was a linking verb or an action verb?

Was (past tense of be) can be used as a linking verb and as an auxiliary verb. It is never an action verb.Linking verb: Bob was a teacher before his retirement.Auxiliary verb: Sheila was driving when the tornado hit.Yes was is a linking verb and it is a past tense of be.


How do you use appear as both an action and a linking verb?

An action verb is a word for the action of the subject. When the object of a verb is a form of the subject or the subject becomes the object, it is a linking verb. Action verb: You appear before the committee tomorrow. Linking verb: You appear tired.


How do you use an adjective in a sentence?

An adjective modifies a noun or pronoun to give more information about it. Adjectives make sentences clearer and more informative. "The dog ran after the squirrel" becomes "The large black dog ran after the quick little squirrel." Pronouns are usually modified by using linking verbs. "He is very tall" - tall is the adjective Nouns can be modified with adjectives directly before them, or following a linking verb. "I saw a tall man across the street." - tall is the adjective "Bob seems tall for his age. - tall is the adjective

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Do you use a comma before where?

not usually. What is the sentence?


Does an adverb follow a linking or action verb?

It depends on what kind of adverb it is. For example:frequency adverbs come before the main verb but after the be verb - He is always late. He always comes late.adverbs of manner usually come at the end of a sentence - She dances awkwardly.


What is subject and linking verb?

The subject is the part of the sentence doing something or experiencing the verb of the sentence.John bought a soda. -- subject in boldJohn feels happy. -- subject in boldWhen looking for the subject of a sentence, your best betis usually to find the phrase just before the verb. -- subject in boldThe entire subject of the sentence can be a single word like 'John' or a string of words, like 'your best bet', which is made up of 2 adjectives (your and best) and a noun (bet).Linking verbs are verbs that do not show the subject doing an action. Bought (or 'to buy') is an action verb. John is doing something.Feels (or 'to feel') in the example is a linking verb. It connects John to something about him -- that he is happy. Likewise, 'is' in the third example is a linking verb.Google linking verbs and you'll be able to find more examples. :)


What is the predicate adjective in this sentence Even before he starred in a hit movie the young British actor was popular?

The predicate adjective is "popular". It follows the linking verb "was".


What is a linking verb and a be verb?

A linking verbs is a verb before the predicate verb and, be verbs you can find on Google.com


Can you put active in a sentence?

The local natives are usually active just before dawn.


What word should to start a new sentence?

Any word is usually ok it depends on the sentence (s) that came before or what you are writing about.


When do you use a coma before the word and in a sentence?

Aaah, good question... Use a comma when the part of the sentence after the conjunction can stand alone as a complete sentence (i.e., when linking multiple independent clauses). Examples: Bob went shopping, and I went to the gym. Bob went shopping and bought some tomatoes.


How do you know who is linking to your site?

Google search has an option to add "link:" before a URL. That will show what web pages are linking to that URL. Example: "link:www.answers.com".


Credential in a sentence?

Credential is usually plural: "before giving a teaching position, the university will scrutinize your credentials."


What to say in a concluding sentence?

That will depend on what you have been talking about or writing about. A concluding sentence will usually have some reference to what you have said or wrote before that. So there is no single answer to the question.


Does the comma go before or after however in the middle of a sentence?

A comma usually comes before and after "however".I would love to go to the beach with you, however, I have to work.

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