What are Linking Verbs? A linking verb is a type of auxiliary verb that links the subject of a sentence to the subject complement. In today’s lesson we will learn about linking verbs. A linking verb does not show any action. It just links, or joins, the subject of a sentence to a word that …
In this video, we will explain the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs. Transitive verbs require a direct object while intransitive verbs do not. Examples are given.
Subject-verb agreement is for the most part fairly straight forward, but can be tricky when you have compound subjects joined by nor and or, collective nouns, indefinite pronouns, singular nouns that end in s, the pronoun none, inverted sentences beginning with here and there, and sentences interrupted by phrases. Examples are given.