anonymous
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What is the difference between action verbs and linking verbs?
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  • anonymous
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shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Hi! @HelpMePlease1999 ! There might not be helpers all the time, so i suggest you to tag more people so that they can come to the respective section and help you..anyways i'll try to help you here..
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok Thank you, I seen you on the post were I asked for help so I tagged hoping you could.

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shreehari499
  • shreehari499
So whats an action verb? An action verb is a verb that describes an action, It can be things like running, jumping etc
anonymous
  • anonymous
I am struggling with What a Linking Verb is What a Action Verb is What a Auxiliary Verb is I have studied it for the past few days and still get it confused
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok so it is the verb that has the most meaning to it in a sentence? "The Standard Platform Team "Operates" Operates: Action Correct?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Now linking verb ( The word linking is self explanatory) : A linking verb is a verb that links the subject of the sentence to information about that subject. They do not describe any action.
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Exactly
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
I'll now give you an example of linking verb
anonymous
  • anonymous
A Linking verb is the verb that connects the sentence correct? "Neither humans nor computers (Can Be) used to operate them" Can Be: Linking Verb?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
The child \(\color{red}{\Huge\text{will be}}\) tall five years from now.
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
you are correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
Awesome. One more. Auxiliary.
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
An auxiliary verb is a verb that adds functional or grammatical meaning to the clause in which it appears...for example I \(\color{blue}{\Huge\text{am}}\) leaving
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Here the main verb is \(\color{yellow}{\Huge\text{Leaving}}\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Would "Seem" be a auxiliary verb?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Yes it can be, for example It seems to be leaving
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Now i will give you some sentences, tell me which verb it is. Ok?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
The wind ''blows'' constantly in Chicago
anonymous
  • anonymous
The Wind: Auxiliary Blows: Action Constantly: Linking ?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
I am having a connectivity issue here..can you wait for a few min?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Ok..now auxillary verbs are only of four types , namely Be, Have, Will and Do.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So there is no auxiliary verb in that one?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
you can use it passively or actively
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
hese verbs are also called Helping Verbs, as they ‘help’ the main verb to denote the actions of the subject. They help in making compound tenses of the main verb and also help in making negative statements, questions and passive voice statements.
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
*these
anonymous
  • anonymous
So is the word "IS" a Linking verb?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes it is.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey. I still could use some help if you are up for it.
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Please go through this link so i can help you more efficiently http://www.englishleap.com/grammar/auxiliary-verbs
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
there is a network issue here..the internet keeps on going off and on ...sorry
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Have you opened it?
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
@HelpMePlease1999
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes, sorry I was reading through it.
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
So the different types of Auxillary verbs are given there
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
There are both progressive and passive use of BE
anonymous
  • anonymous
They are used to show Tense or Mood from other stuff I read to
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
'is' comes under Simple Present
anonymous
  • anonymous
I only have 6 minutes left on this assignment and like 10 questions to go so I have to go work on it. Thank you for your time. You helped out a lot!
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Ok..do well on your assignment, I think that you still have a doubt on Auxillary verbs. Message me after your assignment so that we can discuss more on Auxillary verbs. Action and Linking Verbs are very easy to understand. All the Best. Do well. happy OpenStudying!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I read through the website. If I fail the assignment they will make me retake it again so I will have to study it even more. I am confident I will do good and will be able to move on though! :)
shreehari499
  • shreehari499
Ok Thats Good. All the Best. This confidence will help you get good marks!

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