What Follows a Linking or Action Verb?

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A linking or action verb is followed by a subject. Linking verbs do not convey an action. Instead, they connect the subject of the verb to supplementary information about the subject. By this, it implies a condition for the subject.
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WHAT FOLLOWS A LINKING VERB? A linking verb (known as a copula) is normally followed by either a COMPLEMENT (which may be either a noun or an adjective), or an ADVERBIAL. For example
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Well, it looks as tho the action verb got left out. to eat is the infinitive. eat is an action verb, altho is this sentence it is a noun. Satiety frequently follows eating. Strange
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An action verb is a part of speech that usually denotes an action. A linking verb that
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