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Thank you Ms. Sue and SraJMMcGin for your help. SraJMMcGin thanks for the verb list. Yeah thats what I meant, I just need to know out of the verb list you gave me, which are action, linking, auxilary and transitive. visit = verb scare = verb is = verb lines = verb stay = verb ...
September 5, 2009 by Sarah
Which verb is the italicized word? The baby is (this is italicized) becoming louder with each waking moment. 1. action verb 2. helping verb 3. linking verb 4. transitive verb 2?
September 11, 2013 by Anonymous
base verb basic verb base from of the verb the dictionary form root verb verb root root of the verb bare infinitive infinitive without the 'to' ----------------------------- Are they all the same? Are there any words which are not correct? What is the definition of the base ...
March 17, 2008 by John
How do you form the perfect tense of a verb? A.Use the Helping verb will and the base form of the verb. B.Use a form of the verb be and the last particle of the verb C.Use a form of the verb have and the present participle of the verb. D.Use a form of the verb have and the ...
October 17, 2014 by Misty
The interviewer (remained) speechless upon hearing about the senator’s revelations. Is remained a (I think this is the answer) linking verb action verb auxilary verb transitive verb Thanks for the help
September 22, 2012 by Beth
Language Arts HELP!
How fo you form the perfect tense of a verb? A. Use the helping verb (will) and the base form od a verb. B. Use a form of the verb (be) and the past participle of the verb. C. Use a form of the verb (have) and the present participle of the verb. D. Use a form of the verb (have...
October 23, 2014 by Anonymous
The infinitive is the most versatile verb form because it can be used as A. a verb, an adjective, or a preposition B. a verb, a noun, an adverb, or an interjection C. a verb, an adverb, or a conjunction D. a verb, a noun, an adjective, or an adverb
June 14, 2013 by Cherokee
5th grade English
She will become a physicist one day. Have to identify the verb or verb phrase and then tell if it contains a linking verb or does not. will become=verb phrase contains linking verb
October 14, 2010 by Jack
Is 'two word verb' composed of 'verb + adverb' or 'verb + preposition? Or is 'two word verb' composed of only 'verb + adverb'? Would you let me know the website containing the meaning of 'two word verb'? Thank you.
November 16, 2009 by rfvv
How do you form the perfect tense of a verb? A: Use the helping verb will and the base form of the word? B: Use a form of the verb be and the past participle of the verb? C: Use a form of the verb have and the present participle of the verb? D: Use a form of the verb have and ...
November 6, 2014 by Marylyn
6th grade grammar
Can you check these sentences? Identify whether each sentence includes an action verb, linking verb, or verb phrase. 1. Celina is coming to my house after dinner. Linking = is verb phrase = is coming 2. The weather was beautiful this past weekend. Linking = was verb phrase = ...
December 11, 2013 by Alexis
I have two questions. If I get these right, I think I know how to do the rest. 1. "George's father feels happy." Is "feels" a linking verb or an action verb? It seems like it is a linking verb. 2. "People pay ten times as much for sugar." Is the verb "pay" singular?
April 15, 2008 by Lisa
Okay got that one.. What about The cab driver was driving extremely fast down the street. The very phrase is was driving. Was is a linking verb and driving an action. Is it a linking verb or an action verb? Directions say to underline the verb phrase and indicate action or ...
November 14, 2011 by Kelley
13. When an adverb modifies a verb with a helping verb, the adverb should generally be placed A. before the helping verb. B. after the helping verb. C. at the end of the sentence. D. at the beginning of the sentence. Ms.Sue I just submitted my answers and got this question ...
September 26, 2014 by Sarah
Parts of Speech
I had a list of 50 words to change the parts of speech of. I got most of them but I can't seem to find these anywhere. Conjure - change to a noun and adj. pernicious - change to a noun and verb diffident - change to a noun and verb lament - change to an adj. rancor - change to...
September 24, 2007 by Samantha
UNDERLINE THE VERB OR VERB GROUP IN EACH SENTENCE. THEN WRITE A NEW SENTENCE USING THE VERB OR VERB GROUP YOU UNDERLINED. BRAN, A THIN BROWN SKIN, COVERS RICE. I KNOW (COVERS) IS SUPPOSED TO BE UNDERLINED, BUT I DON'T GET WHAT IT MEANS WHEN IT SAYS "THEN WRITE A NEW SENTENCE ...
February 23, 2012 by Celest
I need help identifying verbs in a passive and active voice. 1. Masai, a people of East Africa, live in kraals, or small villages. (Verb=live, A) 2. The village is surrounded by a thick round fence. (verb=is surrounded, P) 3. The kraal contains about 10 to 20 small huts. (verb...
December 5, 2009 by Emily
In each sentence, if the italicized verb does not agree with the subject, circle the verb and write it correct form. I will capitalize the verb since I don't know how to italicized. 1.Big Ma and Cassie SHARES the same bedroom. How would I solve this?
February 9, 2010 by Shadow
Sorry, put one more sentence Name verb and subject for the sentence "Compaies usually love these qualities." Is the subject companies and verb is usually? and for this sentence "He would be a model employee" Would he be the verb and be the verb?
October 13, 2014 by Ana
Which are the simple subject and the verb? The child was treated with erythromycin. was=verb treated = subject. Cultures were taken of the throat. were = verb cultures = subject She was seen here, stabilized, and transferred to County Hospital. she = verb stabilized and ...
July 26, 2009 by Garrett
Determine each verb and predicate noun or predicate adjective 1.Each year about ten million people visit Niagara Falls. 2.Many industries also operate close by. 3.To them, businesses ruin the area's scenic beauty. 4.Rainbow Bridge spans the gorge below Niagara Falls. Ans 1. ...
April 2, 2014 by cee
UNIVERSITY COMPOSITION AND COMMUNICATION I
write 9 sentences about financial planning. Each sentence must demonstrate a different verb tense (so, only use each tense once). For each sentence, identify the subject, the verb, and the verb tense demonstrated. In order to receive full credit, you must have included any ...
September 2, 2010 by dedo
Identify the word that best describes the bolded word. The interviewer REMAINED speechless upon hearing about the senator's revelations. A.) linking verb********* B.) action verb C.) auxiliary verb D.) transitive verb FEW people know about the complex science behind the ...
August 26, 2014 by Cassie
what is the complete verb phrase? and helping verb? Who has been doing research on early polar flights? Is it has research? I can not include any of the words that may seperate the parts of the verb phrase
September 20, 2010 by hunter
Hi..need help with this question. Tim is moving to a new house. The words is moving can also be called a a. verb phrase b. prepositional phrase c. linking verb d. main verb Thanks..
October 1, 2012 by Brandi
I have to circle the simple subject,find the verb,decide if its right and if not I have to put the correct verb in its place. (subject-verb agreement) Across the grasslands sound the roar of the lions.
March 4, 2009 by cody
You work hard. In this sentence, 'work' is the form of the present tense. We use the base form of a verb for the form of the present tense verb. ----------------------------------- Is my explanation above grammatical? Which one is right, base verb or basic verb?
March 17, 2008 by John
I have a few question on linking verbs: 1. I am fond of both kinds of comics. linking verb - fond? 2. Joseph Pulitzer was the first to publish color funnies. linking verb - was? 3. The sales of his newspaper were high. linking verb - sales 4. Sunday Funnies soon became part of...
November 2, 2010 by Emily
grammar action and linking verbs(mental or physica
In China, shrines honor ancestors. Is honor an a. action verb(physical)b. action verb(mental) c. linking verb d. not a verb
October 30, 2012 by robin
what is the difference between a predicate and a verb? is a predicate a type of verb and if it is then how can i tell when it is just a verb and when it is a predicate
January 8, 2009 by Lindsay
Verb form " to be"
How can I introduce or teach 3rd graders how to use the Correct Verb Form of the verb "to be"? I want to tell them when to use the words: am, is, are, was, and were....
October 21, 2008 by Samantha
I need to find the error in these sentences. 1. They is both happy. It has a subject and a verb. I'm lost. 2. This morning I watch TV before I drove here. .. need to know are they subject-verb agreement, run- on, verb form and tense or fragment. Please explain so I can ...
September 28, 2010 by Renee
I need to find the subject and the verb 1.In the!@#$%^&pit the pilot checked the instruments. (pilot is the subject and checked is the verb?) 2.From the kitchen drifted the delicious aroma of spaghetti sauce. (drifted is the verb and aroma is the subject?) 3. In the distance ...
September 12, 2007 by Trevor
I need to find the subject and the verb in each sentence. If the subject is understood, write (you). Can someone tell me if I am on the right track? 1.Have you ever heard stories about dragons? Subject-dragons, verb-stories 2.Picture a yellow-speckled, olive-green creature ...
September 16, 2007 by Samantha
Subject Verb agreement.
Which of the following sentences does illustrate subject verb agreement? I think it's this one, but I'm not sure. Tricia, as well as all her colleagues, are being trained on new equiptment. The subject and verb in that sentence agree. Good job. Each week,the committee
December 31, 2006 by Patty
The verb exercise is a regular verb. Exercise has a consonant and a silent e at the end, so you should edd just d to the end. And ed is pronounced [id] in this verb. ------------------------------- Is this explanation correct? If there are errors, correct them, please.
November 17, 2007 by John
Does this sound ok for a subject verb agreement? Either the interviewer or the committe members usually begin by asking simple questions. It's correct, yes. The subject "members" (plural word) is nearer the verb, so the verb needs to be in plural form. =)
November 21, 2006 by KATHY
I instructed the patient to return tomorrow. return = adverb modifying verb is tomorrow. The gentleman was unusually talkative when he came out of the anesthetic. unusally = adverb mod/verb = talkative out= adverb modifying verb = anesthetic "I will never go there again," she ...
July 27, 2009 by Stephen
can you give me an example of a sentence with subject pronoun, action verb, adverb phrase, verb, subordinating conjunction, adverb, linking verb, subject, infinitive phrase?
January 6, 2011 by matt
If "te (verb)" is in the present tense how would I change this to the preterite tense ? Would I leave it as " te (verb)" and only change the verb to a preterite would this be the same for "lo (verb)"?
October 4, 2010 by Amy~
Another possible diagnosis included pulmonary embolus. which words are verbs? pulmonary embolus = verb The external oblique fascia was then incised, and the incision was lengthened in the direction of the fibers using Metzenbaum scissors. was incised = verb was lengthlened = ...
July 5, 2009 by tina
Language Arts - Grammar - please check answers
Identify the linking verb and the predicate nominative. 1. My partner for biology lab is Penelope. 2. Jason will be the next student council president. 3. Mrs. Furillo's favorite song is still "Night and Day." 4. Rocky Marciano was the world heavyweight boxing champion from ...
April 15, 2014 by Charlotte
Lungs were clear with an occasional cough. verb = were,lungs = subject He was discharged on the fourth hospital day. verb = discharged hospital = subject After 24 hours in the hospital he was much improved. improved is a predicate adjective but now is the verb = was and the ...
July 26, 2009 by Garrett
Verb - Check
Because someone accidentally pushed Frank as he walked down the street, he nearly dropped his papers and lost them in the wind. In the sentence above, which verb is the irregular verb? •lost •walked •pushed***** •dropped
March 11, 2014 by Mindy
Analogies Yearn: longing which one fits with this? beware: danger rush:patience enjoy:pleasure Suppress:rage sleep:insomnia Yearn is a verb that means about the same as the verb, long. Longing is a noun. Which analogy shows a verb paired with a noun with a very similar meaning?
October 21, 2006 by JoE
The words here and there have generally been labeled as adverbs even though they indicate place. In sentences beginning with here or there, the subject follows the verb. Ex) There (is / are) two pins on the table. In this sentence 'two pins' is the subject of this sentence. As...
December 10, 2007 by John
Language Arts - Grammar - please check answers
1. Michelle Kwan has become an inspiration to us all. 2. Is Sara the runner in the blue T-shirt? 3. I could have been a contender. 4. The winner of the spelling bee was Tracy. 5. The next speaker will be Mr. Gonzales. 6. Who was the fourteenth president of the United States? 7...
April 15, 2014 by Charlotte
Pressure was applied. 1. This is a fragment that can be fixed by adding a subject before pressure. 2. this is a fragment that can be fixed by adding a verb after pressure. 3. This is a fragment that can be fixed by adding both a subject and a verb. 4. This is a fragment that ...
May 9, 2011 by Leslie
The only bad thing is that she smells bad. In the above sentence, I think bad is an adverb because it describes the linking verb, smells. The dictionary lists bad as a verb. Is it an adverb or verb and why? Thanks.
July 29, 2010 by Mary
6th grade grammar
Can you explain linking verbs? I'm getting confused. (To decide, I used 'is' or 'was' to replace the verb). These are the ones I missed. 1. Paul's exhibit remained on display for an entire month. By replacing with 'was', the sentence still makes sense (exhibit was on display...
December 3, 2013 by Alexis
1. Wilma tried very hard to succeed as an athlete. 2. Wilma tried to succeed as an athlete very hard. (Do both sentences have the same pattern and the meaning? Is the verb 'tried' a transitive verb, and take an object the to infinitive? Or is the verb 'tried' used as an ...
March 20, 2012 by rfvv
1. Colors make up our world. 2. Our world is made up by colors. 3. Our world is made up of colors. (What is the passive form of the active form #1? Is it #2 or #3? Are both grammatical?) 4. Is two-word verb composed of a verb and an adverb? What about a verb and a preposition...
July 14, 2009 by John
Identifying and Replacing Verbs. In each sentence, underline the verb or verb phrase, if it is an action verb rewrite it with another action verb. If it is linking just leave it. I got -8 out of 6. First sentence is 1. Owls can turn their heads almost all the way around. 2. A ...
May 2, 2012 by Michael
Spanish: Please check answers
Please check my answers. The nswers are at the bottom. 3. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb: yo/dormir. yo _________ 4. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb: ella/devolver. ella _________ 5. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb: ...
February 25, 2013 by Cassie
Determine if verb is a linking verb: 1. The American Falls lies within the US. Ans. "lies" is a linking verb 2. The Horseshoe Falls lies within Canada Ans, "lies" is a linking verb
April 2, 2014 by cee
1. The young student (noun), who was new to (preposition) the school, wants (verb) to join the debating and (conjunction) fencing clubs, 2. I (pronoun) dream nightly (verb) to play the guitar (noun) in (preposition) the school (adjective) band. 3. The train (noun) that loudly...
January 13, 2011 by jana
Information in an entry tells you that salute A. Is used only by military personnel. B. Can be used as both a verb and a noun. C. Can be used as both a verb and a noun. D. Is used as a verb but also never as a noun. Is the answer C?
September 16, 2014 by beau
Rennet is an extract made from the lining of a calf's fourth stomch. In the sentence above, what is the verb and is it linking or action? I thought it would be an action verb-is made.But I am not sure. The verb in the main clause is IS. Rennnet IS an extract. It's a linking ...
December 11, 2006 by Katie
les verbes suivis de l'infinitif We are learning about infinitifs following a verb, so its either nothing following, like aimer... the preposition "a", like chercher a and the preposition "de", like accepter de... I just want to know is there actually a pattern as to which of ...
May 27, 2008 by french
Spanish (Please Help)
1. Write the verb form for: yo/hacer. 2. Write the verb form for: ellos/hacer. 3. Write the verb form for: nosotros/hacer. I'm not sure, but I think these are the answers: 1.) Hago 2.) Hagan 3.) Hagamos Thnk You.
January 24, 2013 by Brendon
Underline each adverb. Indicate whether the adverb is modifying a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. This part is hard for me, but here's what I got. Oh, and I will indicate the modifying part in brackets. 1. (verb) Knute lay "quietly" on the sofa. 2. (adjective) Carra is ...
November 20, 2008 by Larry
I feel stupid for not knowing these but I can't figure it out! So in the sentence we have "underline the verb be (and its various forms) and decide how it's used. Circle the verb its helping or linking to and Write linking verb or helping verb on the line" so here is an ...
September 24, 2012 by Carly
can be neither seen nor touched transitive verb 2. has a receiver named adverb suffix 3. has no receiver named joint ownership 4. expresses highest or lowest degree of comparison verb tense 5. add sign of possession to last name intransitive verb 6. indicates time abstract ...
September 18, 2012 by Anonymous
English ASAP Please
Which one of the following sentences demostates correct subject-verb or tense agreement? A. Neither my team nor Sandra's team are in the playoffs. B. One pair of shoes cost four dollars. C. How many times has she told you that same old story? D. The sound of the people were ...
June 23, 2006 by Danielle
4.)Which word or phrase is closest in meaning to the word unanimous? a.)justifies b.)in agreement c.)divided d.)not accurate 5.)Which word is the best choice to complete the following sentence?She didn’t want to get in trouble for breaking the window, so she wrote a note ...
October 29, 2014 by Gabriella
Circle the verb in each sentence. then think of an exact verb to make the sentence more interesting. rewrite the sentence using your exact verb. 1. One night, Zia concetta goes to the statue. 2. The giant statue moves off the pedestal. 3. the statue's clever plan beats the ...
December 10, 2012 by mythreyee