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Action Verbs Subject Verb Agreement?

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The teaching resources gradually guide the learner by revisiting relevant previous work on the key parts of sentences, main and action verbs, introducing a new concept of linking verbs, what they link to how they might change the tense of a sentence and how they must agree with subject and the rule that they must follow. 

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What are Action Verbs Subject Verb Agreements?

 The Linking Verbs Subject Verb Agreement resources teach, test and instantly assess:

- The two types of main verb - action & linking verbs

- The main types of linking verbs - am, is, are, was and were

- What linking verbs actually link to adjectives, prepositional phrases, nouns and noun phrases

- Changing singular person and plural person, present and past tense verbs 

- How changing the linking verb changes the tense

- Subject and linking verb agreement

- The be linking verbs and their uses with adjectives, prepositional phrases or action verbs

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