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  1. You = a student The student = a boy W H They You are a student. The student is a boy. Women are not men. He seems nice. They 2+2 = 4 2x2 = 2+2 1+2 1/3

  2. Grammar Vocabulary (See Green Sheet) 28. Linking Verb: a verb that indicates a state of being, a verb that means = (equals) or “to be” verbs I am a teacher./I = a teacher. We are angry./We = angry. “to seem” & “to become” He seems nice./He nice. Boys become tall. Boys=tall. SOMETIMES LINKING: to appear, to remain, to stay, to prove, to grow, to get, to turn, to look, to smell, to sound, to taste, to feel

  3. Examples: He appears tired./He = tired. They remained here./They=here. She stays here./ She = here. The day proved hot./The day = hot. He grows angry./He = angry. They get sad./They = sad. He turned against me./ He = against me. It looks bad./ It = bad. It smells rotten./It = rotten. It sounds horrible./It = horrible. It tastes delicious./It = delicious. It feels rough./ It = rough.

  4. Examples of when they are NOT linking verbs: The rainbow appeared in the sky. He proves his point. I grew a garden. She gets a hotdog for lunch. He turns the car right. I look at you. I smelled a nasty smell. He tastes the pizza.

  5. 29. The words after a linking verb are predicate nominatives (nouns/pronouns/noun clauses) • It is a dog. • He is a man. • They are soccer players. • It is she. • This is he. • It is mine. • The car is hers. • It is what I like.

  6. -OR- 30. predicate adjectives • (adjectives, adjective phrases). • They are beautiful. • It is tasty. • The food is exotic. • It is under the desk. • My car is in the garage. • My mother is at home. • My test is on Friday.

  7. Name_____________________ Date________ Making Sentences with Transitive Verbs and Linking Verbs • S-TV-IO-DO. Example: My teacher gives me a food. 2. S-LV-Adj. (Prep. Phrase of Location). Example: The food is in a bag. • S-LV-Adj. (size). Example: It looks small. • S-LV-Adj. (shape). Example: It is square. • S-LV-Adj. (texture). Example: It feels smooth. • S-TV-DO. Example: I taste the food. • S-LV-Adj. (taste). Example: It tastes delicious. • S-LV-N. Example: It is a dark chocolate candy.