What is the difference between linking verbs and auxiliary verbs?
Verbs are a key part of grammatically correct sentences: for most sentences to be grammatically complete, they must include a verb. Verbs convey an action, a state of being, or connect the subject to the rest of the sentence. One of the most important parts of verbs is to indicate tense—when an action occurred.
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A linking verb is a type of verb that connects the subject to a subject complement. A subject complement is a word, phrase, or clause that describes...
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Explore the difference between action and linking verbs and understand how auxiliary verbs are used. Study examples of auxiliary verbs and action vs. linking verbs.