transitive verb or an intransitive verb. The way you answer this question is by asking “what”
right after the action verb. Helping verbs can also help the action verb indicate a tense or
possibility (might eat, had ate).
Linking verbs are verbs that connect a word at or near the beginning of a sentence. Most
common linking verbs are in the form of be (am, are, is, was, were, be, being, been, etc.). Other
linking verbs include appear, seem, look, feel, etc. These verbs are usually mistaken for action