Definitions Action Verbs Linking Verbs Helping Verbs Sentences

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What is a word that expresses a physical or mental activity
Action Verb

100

What is walked.
Identify the action verb in the following sentence: Sally walked to the mall.

100

What is is.
Identify the linking verb in the following sentence: She is a very smart girl.

100

What is is.
Identify the helping verb(s) in the following sentence: Arthur is walking to the mall at five o'clock.

100

What is sprinted (AV).
Identify the verb(s) in the following sentence AND state which type they are: Sondra sprinted during the race.

200

What is a word that connects the subject to something about the subject
Linking Verb

200

What is drove.
Identify the action verb in the following sentence: Sheila drove her car into the bridge.

200

What is became.
Identify the linking verb in the following sentence: The teacher became frustrated with her students' grades on the test.

200

What is was.
Identify the helping verb(s) in the following sentence: Luke was watching the football game on TV.

200

What is tasted (AV).
Identify the verb(s) in the following sentence AND state which type they are: Harry tasted the spicy salsa.

300

What is a verb that helps the main verb in a verb phrase
Helping Verb

300

What is questioned.
Identify the action verb in the following sentence: Alex and Marsha questioned Mr. Schlote about his fabulously decorated star shirt.

300

What is were.
Identify the linking verb in the following sentence: After the basketball game, we were sweaty.

300

What is should and have.
Identify the helping verb(s) in the following sentence: The dancers should have practiced their routine before the performance.

300

What is seemed (LV).
Identify the verb(s) in the following sentence AND state which type they are: Betty seemed sick all morning.

400

What is what the entire sentence is about.
Subject

400

What is dancing.
Identify the action verb in the following sentence: Luke and Samantha were dancing the night away at the prom.

400

What is was and Marsha is being linked to upset.
Identify the linking verb in the following sentence and ALSO state what is being "linked": Marsha was extremely upset about her failing grade on the test.

400

What is could, have and been.
Identify the helping verb(s) in the following sentence: In the morning, Gabby could have been looking over her notes for the test.

400

What is is (HV) and planning (AV).
Identify the verb(s) in the following sentence AND state which type they are: Is Samantha planning on a new shirt for the dance tonight?

500

What is: action- a word that expresses a physical or mental activity; linking- a word that connects the subject to something else about the subject; helping- a verb that helps the main verb in the verb phrase
Define: action, linking and helping verb

500

What is action = listened and subject = Mrs. Munday.
Identify the action verb AND the subject in the following sentence: Mrs. Munday should have listened to the instructions from the policeman.

500

What is tasted and are. Cookies is being linked to delicious AND they is being linked to moldy.
Identify the linking verb(s) in the following sentence and ALSO state what is being "linked": Yesterday, the cookies tasted delicious, but now they are moldy.

500

What is will and be.
Identify the helping verb(s) in the following sentence: Will you be attending the church service on Sunday?

500

What is would (HV), have (HV), been (HV), sleeping (AV) and was (LV).
Identify the verb(s) in the following sentence AND state which type they are: Lucas would have been sleeping if he was tired.

Action, Linking and Helping Verbs

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