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Verb Notes
Verb – a word that shows action or links a subject to
another word in a sentence. Every sentence MUST have a
verb to be a sentence.
Types of verbs
1. Action verbs – An action verb tell what the subject is
doing.
a. Example:
b. Example:
2. Linking verbs – A word that connects or links a
subject to a noun or an adjective in the predicate.
a. Example:
b. Example:
3. Helping verbs – Helps the main verb express the tense
and voice of the sentences. A helping verb is
ALWAYS paired with a main verb.
a. Example:
b. Example:
On left side, create a graphic organizer that illustrates
verbs.