Feb 15, 2016 ... Parts of the Sentence - Predicate Nominative. A predicate nominative or
predicate noun completes a linking verb and renames the subject.
An action verb shows action. Ex. dance, sing, act, study, cook, etc. Selenia knows
how to dance. * dance is the action verb... A linking verb does not show action.
DIRECT OBJECT: The noun that receives the action of the verb. ... PREDICATE
ADJECTIVE: An adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject of.
... complement is the adjective, noun, or pronoun that follows a linking verb. ...
Then you have a list of verbs that can be linking or action: appear, feel, grow, look
www.jiskha.com/search/index.cgi?query=what follows a linking verb or a action verb. the simple tense of verbs. follows a preposition. sometimes called the simple predicate.
what follows a linking or action verd After a linking verb, there'll be a predicate
noun or predicate adjective: ~~She is my sister. (is=linking verb; sister=predicate
Linking verbs do not express action. Instead, they connect the subject of the verb
to additional information about the subject. Look at the examples below:.
The sentences don't tell you what Diane, Clement, Maria, and the music did but
rather what they are. Linking verbs “link” their subjects to a classification, state of
Decide if each verb is an action verb or a linking verb. Remember, a predicate
noun or a predicate adjective follows a linking verb.
It can sometimes be tricky to recognize linking verbs because linking verbs, also
... Common verbs that can exist as either action verbs or linking verbs include: ....
the subject and the noun/pronoun that follows the linking verb, then it is linking.
The word, phrase, or clause which follows a linking verb to re-identify or describe
the subject is ... However, some of the verbs in our list can express an action.