Linking Verbs for intermediate learners
Linking verbs are connectors of the language. Their only job is to link a subject with a subject complement. Want to know how?
What Are linking Verbs?
Linking verbs do not show any special action but they are used to link the verb to the adjective.
The most common linking verbs in English are:
Why Do We Use Linking Verb?
Linking verbs are used to show quality, and name an attribute of a noun. Here are the examples.
Linking verbs are not followed by an object but they are followed by an adjective.
Soon you will feel
Remember, linking verbs do not take '-ing'.
Linking verbs link the subject to the adjective. Here are linking verbs.
- be (am/is/are)
- seem, look, feel, sound, taste