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Sept. 12 Warm-Up: Action Verbs
The main word in a complete predicate of a sentence is
the verb. An Action Verb is a word that names an
action. Action verbs can express either physical or
mental actions.
Example:
The white cloud floated lazily across the sky. (physical
action)
Mary thought about the painting. (mental action)
Have, has, had are also action verbs when they name
what the subject owns or holds.
Example:
Jim has an entire set of Mark Twain books. (owns)
Jim has experience as a character actor. (holds)
Practice:
1.Today, many persons keep horses.
2.Farmers also relied on horses in the past.