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If you need to refresh your memory about these topics please visit the class web site for links to the lessons on these topics To navigate through the lesson you can either use the icon in the bottom right corner to go to the Table of Content page or you can use the icon, which is also in the bottom right corner, to navigate to the next slide. If you need a vocabulary refresher click on.
Linking Verb Action Verb Direct Object Predicate Adjective Predicate Noun Subject Complement An action verb tells what the subject of the sentence is doing Is a word that is in the predicate of the sentence, but it renames the subject of the sentence Is a word that is in the predicate of the sentence, but it describes the subject of the sentence. A word that is after the linking verb, but it refers back to the subject by either describing or renaming the subject. It complements the subject Is the object involved in the action. It answers the questions who or what A linking verb links the subject to a word that describes it or renames it. Click on the word to see the definition.
ACTION VERBS LINKING VERBS dance have break fix love run play create select develop hold jump Action verbs show the ACTIONS of the subject. Linking verbs LINK the subject to a word that either describes it or renames it. BOTH grow is feel appear taste sound smell remain prove will be seems were was are am become been
Action verbs describe the ACTION of the subject. These verbs are what you DO He the rock. June an apple. She Jen. It the glass. Ben Michael. jumped selected saw hugged broke Ask yourself the questions: What did he do? What did June do? What did Ben do? What did she do? What did it do?
The bear climbed tree. the Click on the word that is the ACTION of the subject. Then watch the orange box to find out if you are correct. Climbed is an action.TRY AGAIN She eats seafood. Eats is an action.TRY AGAIN and Johnny scattered toys. the Scattered is an action.TRY AGAIN The girlsscreamedhome.and Screamed is an actionTRY AGAIN Chicago thedyes green river Dyes is an action.TRY AGAIN Bill ran Ran is an action. forMarch 17 th.
Direct Objects are the OBJECTS involved in the ACTION They answer the questions WHO or WHAT. He jumped the. June selected an. She hugged. It broke the. Ben saw. rock apple Michael Jen glass He jumped WHAT? June selected WHAT? Ben saw WHO? She hugged WHO? It broke WHAT? ASK THE QUESTIONS
The bear climbed tree. the Click on the word that is the OBJECT affected by the action. REMEMBER to ask the question WHO or WHAT. Then watch the orange box to find out if you are correct. Tree is the D.O.TRY AGAIN She eats seafood. Seafood is the D.O.TRY AGAIN and Johnny scattered toys. the Toys is the D.O.TRY AGAIN The girlsscreamedhome.and TRY AGAIN Chicago thedyes green river River is the D.O.TRY AGAIN Home is the D.O. Bill ran forMarch 17 th.
He smart. June a teacher. She a junior. It a butterfly after several months. Ben and James friends. is was are will be became Linking verbs LINK the subject to either a word that describes it or renames it. These verbs DONT show action.
The ball is blue. bright Click on the word that is the linking verb. You will hear an applause if your correct or a bomb if you need to try again. Mrs. Smithwill benext month.forty Barry Bondsbecame a Thedogseems tired. very Laurenhas been for three years. a diver baseball player.
Predicate Noun Are nouns that are located anywhere after the linking verb, but they give another name for the subject. JUNE and TEACHER are both nouns that name who June is. SHE and JUNIOR are both nouns that tell who She is. He is June was a She will be a Ben looks smart. teacher. happy. junior. There are two types of subject complements, predicate adjectives and predicate nouns. Predicate Adjectives Are words that are located anywhere after the linking verb, but they DESCRIBE the SUBJECT of the sentence. The word SMART describes the subject HE. The word HAPPY describes the subject BEN.
Peter Mother was a The flower will be It became a to dance. Newts and geckos are cool. writer. lizards. beautiful. Predicate Adjective is Predicate Noun Predicate Adjective Predicate Noun Decided whether the word in blue is a predicate adjective or a predicate noun Predicate Adjective Predicate Noun Predicate Adjective Predicate Noun Predicate Adjective Predicate Noun ritual
What should you do now? 1.You could go back to the Table of Content to review a confusing topic. 2.You can go on to the UNDECIDED VERBS lesson to learn tips on telling the difference between verbs that can be both action and linking verbs 3.You can move on to your VERBS FOUR LEVEL, which will test your knowledge of the topics learned You have completed the opening lesson on Action and Linking Verbs. EXITSTART OVER