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 What Are the Basic Linking Verbs?

Answer A verb is often described as an action word; a word that expresses an action. For example: "run," "jump," "eat" and "sleep" all express actions. However, in English, some verbs do not describe an a... Read More »
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How to Identify Linking & Helping Verbs?

There are three types of verbs -- linking, helping and action -- including some that overlap, so it is no wonder that many students have trouble identifying which is which. With a few rules and som... Read More »
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What Are Compound Verbs?

Compound verbs are formed by putting two or three verbs together, one or two helping, or auxiliary verbs with a participle, or main verb. They are similar to compound nouns, which put two nouns tog... Read More »
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