WHAT IS VERB? WHAT IS ADJECTIVE? HEY HEY WASHHUP​

WHAT IS VERB?

WHAT IS ADJECTIVE?

HEY HEY WASHHUP​

Answer:

A verb is the action or state of being in a sentence. Verbs can be expressed in different tenses, depending on when the action is being performed. Example: Jennifer walked to the store. In this sentence, walked is the verb that shows an action.

An adjective is a word that tells us more about a noun. It “describes” or “modifies” a noun (The big dog was hungry). In these examples, the adjective is in bold and the noun that it modifies is in italics. An adjective often comes BEFORE a noun: a green car.

  • Verbs are the “action words” that describe the event taking place in a sentence, whereas adjective is the quality of the noun (subject or object related to the verb).
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