Answer this Linking Verb question.

 

The hikers in the woods are tired.

 

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i. What is the subject of this sentence?

 


 

ii. What is the linking verb in this sentence?

 


 

iii. What is the adjective in this sentence?

 


 

iv. What is the prepositional phrase in this sentence?

 


 

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The teaching resources gradually guide the learner by reviewing relevant previous work, the key parts of a sentence and then looks at the difference two main types of verbs, action verbs and linking verbs, the most common linking be verbs including is, was, are and were, what happens when linking verbs link to adjectives to describe the subject of a sentence and what happens when they link to prepositional phrases, how be verbs can change the main tenses and how with adverbs they can be used to modify adjectives.

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What are Linking Verbs?

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- The two types of main verbs action verbs and linking verbs and the difference between them

- The different linking verbs including is, was, are and were

- Linking verbs linking to adjectives to describe 

- Linking verbs linking to the subject - who or what

- The most common linking verbs am, is, are, was and were

- Linking verbs linking to prepositional phrases

- be linking verbs and the main tenses

- Linking verbs and adverbs to modify adjectives

 

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