Verbs (please answer all, don't give me a website)

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IN EACH OF THE FOLOWING SENTENCES, DRAW ONE LINE UNDER ANY HELPING VERBS AND TWO LINES UNDER THE MAIN VERB. THEN,WRITE AV IF THE VERB IS AN ACTION VERB OR LV IF ITS A LINKING VERB. ALSO, WRITE TR IF THE VERB IS TRANSITIVE OR IN IF THE VRB IS INTRANSITIVE.

1. I will dance the reel.

2. Our costumes look beautiful.

3. How will they look?

4. We have sewn them ourselves.

5. Mine is purple and black.

6. Hillary will wear blue.

7. Both of us will be leaping.

8. Have you thought about performing?

9. You gave a good show last year.

10. Have you learned improvisational dance?

11. Improvisation requires activity.

12. The dancer remains very aware.

13. Each movement flows into the next.

14. Duets are especially difficult.

15. Partners turn somersauts together.

16. This had turned too difficult for me.

17. Actually, everyone can dance.

18. Many have grown more self-confident.

19. Dance class has made me more agile.

20. Will you come to the class next week?

  • Verbs (please answer all, don't give me a website) -

    Why do you think our volunteers will do your work for you? You don't want the reputation of being an answer moocher.

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    Once you let us know what YOU THINK the verbs are, someone here will let you know if you're right or not -- and will steer you in the right direction. We will not, however, do your work for you.

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    4. We have sewn them ourselves.
    action verb, transitive verb. Correct?

    6. Hillary will wear blue.
    action verb, intransitive verb. Correct/

  • Verbs (please answer all, don't give me a website) -

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Please do not use capital letters (upper-case letters) for two reasons. First of all, it is more difficult to read and many volunteers will just skip those questions. Secondly, in computer language it is considered rude, like SHOUTING!

    Although you asked for no Websites or links, there is the place to teach you what kind of verb you have - transitive, instansitive, active, linking. It is a handy reference when you are not sure.

    Now, the name of this board is HELP Board. Although we do not DO the work for you, we are only too willing to help after you try. After all, that is the best way for you to learn - trial and error.

    Sra

  • Verbs (please answer all, don't give me a website) -

    ok, could you help?

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    We'll be glad to help. :-) Post your answers, and we'll be glad to explain any that are wrong.

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    4. We have sewn them ourselves.
    have sewn is action verb, transitive verb. Is this correct!

    6. Hillary will wear blue.
    will wear is action verb, intransitive verb. Is this correct.

  • Verbs (please answer all, don't give me a website) -

    im having problems with the same worksheet, on number six i got "will wear" and action verb/TRANSITIVE. i don't know if im correct. i could sure use help on these, though.

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