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Examples of linking verbs include: to be, to become, and to seem. These three examples are always linking verbs. In addition, you have the verbs: to appear, to feel, to look, to smell, to sound, and to taste.What is a linking verb and give the example?
Updated July 03, 2019 A linking verb is a traditional term for a type of verb (such as a form of be or seem) that joins the subject of a sentence to a word or phrase that tells something about the subject . For example, is functions as a linking verb in the sentence "The boss is unhappy."What is the difference between linking verbs and helping verbs?
The main difference between linking and helping verbs is that linking verbs act as the main verb of a sentence whereas helping verbs do not act as the main verb. In addition, helping verbs are generally used with action verbs whereas linking verbs do not denote an action.