anonymous
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Fan and medal duh why not ;) What is a linking verb?
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anonymous
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Linking Verbs are verbs that express a state of being. They are called "linking" verbs because they link the subject of the sentence to a word or phrase in the predicate that renames or describes the subject (tells us more about the subject's "state of being").
anonymous
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oh alright thanks so much :)
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but i need more explanations just so i can understand more please :)

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Is Are Was Were Has become Could have come Shall be Shall have been Have appeared Should have appeared Will be Will have been Had seemed Should have been, etc. Has been Have been Had been Can be May be Might be Should be Could be Become Would be Appear Seem those are all linking verbs so if you see one thats the linking verb
anonymous
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she has been sad lately. the linking verb is has been
anonymous
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THANK U SO MUCH NOW I GET IT :DD that's what i needed :)
anonymous
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no problem :)
anonymous
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jst tag me if you need help with another.
anonymous
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Thank you so much :) i can't thank you enough! :)
anonymous
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oh okay well bye thanks again! :)
anonymous
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haha no problem bye!
anonymous
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zoejay1 why you always gotta add more to what i say lol makes us look like nerds
anonymous
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lol it makes you guys look smart xD
anonymous
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lol she needed more help i had to i guess i'll settle for a nerd
anonymous
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lmao oh well works for me ill be a nerd to lol
anonymous
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@zoejay1 i have a question though if you could please answer :) What is the linking verb in the sentence? What in the world is the meaning of this mess? A. meaning B. this C. mess D. is
anonymous
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im pretty sure its meaning??
anonymous
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it would be Is.
anonymous
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thanks :) lool
anonymous
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nvm dont listen to me im wrong lol
anonymous
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haha
anonymous
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it's okay to be wrong you'll learn :)
anonymous
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okay now dont pick on me
anonymous
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Haha! i won't :)
anonymous
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good deal :*
anonymous
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so zoey
anonymous
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@zoejay1 can you pls just answer One more please :)
anonymous
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yep you can ask me as many as you want
anonymous
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Mr. Lundgren has been president of the club for four years. A. years B. club C. for D. been
anonymous
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thanks your the best :)
anonymous
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you must be smart @zoejay1 :)
anonymous
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^
anonymous
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i would hope so
anonymous
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lol
anonymous
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ok its been or for which one do you think it is?
anonymous
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i think its been or for
anonymous
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is it been?
anonymous
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yeah!
anonymous
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Thanks :)
anonymous
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see you're learning!
anonymous
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yeah because of you :D
anonymous
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^^^^
anonymous
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My aunt seems comfortable as the leader of the dance. A. seems B. aunt C. dance D. comfortable
anonymous
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i think its A seems
anonymous
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or maybe comfortable
anonymous
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yep its A.
anonymous
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Yayyy
anonymous
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Thanks!
anonymous
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comfortable is a adjective. she was on a comfortable couch
anonymous
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oh woah your smart :)
anonymous
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@zoejay1 come do my homework dear lol
anonymous
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can you help with this question? it's okay if you say no :)
anonymous
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haha sure just copy of my test
anonymous
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My aunt seems comfortable as the leader of the dance. A. seems B. aunt C. dance D. comfortable
anonymous
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didn't we do this one?
anonymous
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yeah you did
anonymous
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oh woops
anonymous
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this one sorry
anonymous
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Is the underlined verb in the sentence a linking verb or an action verb? Some frogs are blue. A. linking verb B. action verb
anonymous
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i think it's A
anonymous
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'cause it's no action verb
anonymous
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which word is underlined?
anonymous
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Are*
anonymous
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sorry 'bout that loll
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i think its a linking verb
anonymous
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what grade are you in?
anonymous
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Yeah me too thanks you don't need to help anymore i got it from here but thanks for all the help :)
anonymous
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6th
anonymous
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:)
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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No problem! :)
anonymous
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byeee :) thanks again!

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