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Linking Verbs

Linking verbs include the five senses. true
A linking verb connects the subject of a sentence to a word that renames or describes the simple subject
A linking verb shows action. false
AM, IS, ARE, WAS, WERE, BE can be... being verbs and linking verbs
If a verb shows action, it is NOT a linking verb. true
Read the sentence and then decide if the verb is a linking or action verb = You smell good. linking
Read the sentence and then decide if the verb is a linking or action verb = I smelled the pretty flowers. action
What did the linking verb connect in the following sentence? We are very excited about Spring Break! The linking verb connected the subject "We" to "excited" which describes "we"
Created by: Amanda Kilgore