Linking verb

Linking Verbs are always followed by a descriptive noun or adjective, while auxiliary verbs are always followed by another verb. When using linking verbs, the sentence structure will be : SUBJECT---LINKING VERB--- INFORMATION ABOUT THE SUBJECT (noun) (verb) (adjective, noun, or complement) Some verbs are ALWAYS linking

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  1. Below is a common linking verbs list in English with examples
  2. A linking verb doesn’t always act like a linking verb
  3. It’s an action verb
  4. Linking words, unlike action verbs, do not describe actions
  5. Linking Verbs
  6. The man is tall
  7. feel รู้สึก/ คลำ