ELA Noun and Verb Phrase Project
By Katie Moriarty
A Verb Phrase is a group of words put together that describe an action.
Why is "I" a Pronoun?
"I" is a pronoun because "I" takes the place of the noun that's being used in the sentence.
For example: Katie is going on a walk : I am going on a walk.
Differences between a linking and an action Verb
You can differentiate between an action verb and a linking verb because a action verb will show the characters doings or actions in the sentence, but a linking verb will NOT show action. Instead it will link the verb and subject to other information in the sentence.
Grammar Lesson 18.2: Action Verbs vs. Linking Verbs