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What follows a linking or action verb

WHAT FOLLOWS A LINKING VERB?

A linking verb (known as a copula) is normally followed by either a COMPLEMENT (which may be either a noun or an adjective), or an ADVERBIAL. For example, in He is my father, 'is' is the linking verb and 'my father' is the Complement (noun phrase). Similarly, in David is happy, 'is' is the linking verb and 'happy' is the complement (adjective). As in those examples, the linking verb is most often a form of 'be', although 'become', 'feel', seem' are also commonly used linking verbs. As those examples show, the Complement tells you about the subject, either by renaming it (father) or by describing it (happy). The analysis in both is S-V-C.

The other structure that may follow a linking verb is an Adverbial which typically tells you where the subject is, for example in John is in the garden, 'is' is again the linking verb and the prepositional phrase 'in the garden' an adverbial. This time the sentence would be analysed S-V-A.

WHAT FOLLOWS AN ACTION VERB?

Most verbs are not in fact linking verbs. One type of non-linking verb is the dynamic verb (sometimes called an action verb). Here the subject is actively involved in a specific action, e.g. 'kick, 'run', 'eat'. Often, action verbs require something to complete their meaning, but sometimes they don't. The important thing is to look at how the verb is being used. For example, the verb phrase 'is eating' can be used in three different ways:

1. With an object: in Alan is eating his lunch, 'is eating' is an action verb and 'his lunch' is an object. The sentence is thus analysed as S-V-O. When verbs are used like this with an object they are said to be 'transitive'.

2. Without an object: in Alan is eating, 'is eating' is the action verb, but this time nothing follows the verb. The sentence analysis here is S-V. When verbs are used that way, they are said to be 'intransitive'.

3. With an adverbial: in Alan is eating in the garden, 'is eating' is again the action verb and the prepositional phrase 'in the garden' an adverbial, thus S-V-A.

A linking verb is normally followed by either a predicate noun or a predicate adjective.

Example: He is my father.

IS (linking verb) father (predicate noun).

Thus the Sentence pattern is Subject (He) - Linking Verb (father) - Predicate Noun (father) or S-LV-PN. another

Example: She seems tired.

SEEMS (linking verb) TIRED (predicate adjective).

Thus the sentence pattern is: Subject (She) - Linking Verb (seems) - Predicate Adjective (tired) or S-LV-PA.

It would be good to note that both predicate noun and predicate adjective are considered Subjective Complements (C) So the sentence patterns for both may appear: S-LV-C. On the other hand, an action verb may be followed by a direct object.

Example: John threw a ball .

THREW (action verb) BALL (direct object).

Thus the sentence pattern is Subject (John) - Transitive Verb (threw) - Direct Object (ball) simply put: S-TV-DO

The result of multiplication

The result of the process of multiplication is referred to as a 'product'

The result of subtraction

difference

Set of numerical data

statistics

Who or what the sentence is about

subject
The sentence is about the subject.

A segment joining the center of a circle to a point of the circle

Radius
radius

The distance around a geometric figure

perimeter or circumference The only answer is perimeter. The circumference is the the perimeter of a circle; the distance around a circle.

A letter that is used in place of a numeral

variable

The result of division

The quotient. In the problem 7 / 2 = 3 (+1) The 7 is the "dividend"; the 2 is the "divisor": the 3 is the "quotient" and the 1 is the "remainder".

A five sided polygon

It is a pentagon

What is nominative object and possessive

the three cases of personal pronouns

A part of a circle

is an arc.

A mathematical sequence whose verb is equal

formula

The basic unit of weight in the metric system equal to 0.35 ounces

the basic unit of weight in metric system; equal to 0.35 ounces

A closed geometric figure made up of three or more line segments

polygon

A round figure whose surface is at all points equidistant from the center

sphere

The difference between the greatest and least numbers in a list of data

The range is the difference between the greatest and least numbers.

Parts per hundred-hundredths

If you quote a concentration 'x' as so many parts per hundred, then that number does represent hundredths. It's just a fraction, x/100

A segment with end points on the circle

A segment with end points on a circle is a chord.

A location the place where two lines cross or intersect

Two lines cross or intersect at a point.

A dress that sells for 50.00 now has a 10 percent discount marked on the taghow much will you save off the regular price of the dress

$5.00

One hundredth of a metric gram

One hundredth of a gram is 10 milligrams.

How do you solve x plus 3 plus 2x equals x plus 9

x + 3 + 2x = x + 9

x + 2x + 3 = x + 9

1x - 1x + 2x + 3 = 1x - 1x + 9

1x - 1x + 2x + 3 = 1x - 1x + 9

2x + 3 = 9

2x + 3 - 3 = 9 - 3

2x + 3 - 3 = 9 - 3

2x = 9 -3

2x = 6

2x/2 = 6/2

2x/2 = 6/2

x = 6/2

x = 3

What is the answer for 23 46

That depends on what you want to do with them.
23 x 46 = 1058
23/46 = 1/2
23 + 46 = 69
23 - 46 = -23

Sometimes called the simple predicate-

The Verb is sometimes called the simple predicate.

what is 2x plus 39x

This is 41x

One tenth

deci

Tells more about another noun

Action and

Does not pay

Default

Security

Security is freedom from, or resilience against, the potential harm caused by others. Beneficiaries of security may be of persons and social groups, objects and institutions, ecosystems, or any other entity or phenomenon vulnerable to unwanted change.

One thousandth

What is one thousandth

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