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linking verbs

Linking verbs just link the subject of a sentence to a word or phrase that tells something about the subject.

Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

'She smiled beautifully'. 'She started a rumor'. One of these sentences has an intransitive verb and one has a transitive one. Want to know the difference?


Verb Phrases

It's time to learn how to identify the verb phrase in a sentence. Learning about verb phrases is essential in speaking and writing without mistakes.


Attributive and Predicative Adjectives

An attributive adjective is an adjective that appears before the noun or pronoun it describes. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.



As you may know, 'go' is a common verb in the English language. In this lesson, we are going to learn all there is about it.



The part of a sentence that contains the verb and gives information about the subject is called the predicate. In this lesson, we will discuss it.


Subject Complements

Subject complements are placed after linking verbs. Follow the article to learn more about them.



'Get' is a common verb in English and can take many meanings. In this lesson, we are going to learn all about it.



In grammar, complements are words, phrases, or clauses that are essential to complete the meaning of a given expression. Here, we will study them thoroughly!


Linking Verbs

Linking verbs are connectors of the language. Their only job is to link a subject with a subject complement. Want to know how?



To be or not to be, that is the question. Have you ever considered what 'to be' means and does in English grammar? We will explain everything so buckle up.

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