What do you know about linking verb? can you give example?

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What do you know about linking verb? can you give example?

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In point of fact, the verb to be is also a linking verb. But I prefer to put be in a category all by itself and then treat linking verbs separately. We learned above that the verb to be can connect a grammatical subject to a noun (predicate noun) (Mary is president), to an adjective (predicate adjective) (John is big), or to a phrase (Nancy is in financial trouble).

Linking verbs do the same thing: They link a subject to a predicate adjective, a predicate noun, or a phrase modifying the grammatical subject. Broadly, the be’s and the linking verbs are called copulative verbs. (See? I told you these pages would sizzle! Should be worth a few reviews about two thumbs being up, way up!) In addition to the eight forms of be (am, is, are, was, were, been, being, be).

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