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Linking Verbs

Linking verbs link or connect the subject of a sentence with an adjective, noun, or pronoun that follows the linking verb. This occurs most frequently with the verb to be:

I am lonely.                                 We are teenagers.

You are correct.                          You are the winner.

He is a soccer player.                  They are careful.


As the linking verb changes tenses, it has no effect on the other elements in the sentence:

Present: He is spoiled.

Past: He was spoiled.

Present perfect: He has been spoiled.

Past perfect: He had been spoiled.

Future perfect: He will have been spoiled.

Future: He will be spoiled.

In informal or casual style, it is common to use an objective-case pronoun after to be. In formal style, subjective-case pronouns are used. This is true in all tenses:

Subjective Case                                 Objective Case

That’s he.                                           That will be him.

It was I.                                              It is me.



Other linking verbs work in the same manner as to be: they combine the subject of a sentence with an adjective that follows the verb. Some of these linking verbs can also be combined with nouns and pronouns that follow the verb. The verbs that are followed only by adjectives are:

appear                                           seem

feel                                               smell

grow                                             sound

look                                              stay

prove                                            taste


Each of these ten verbs can be followed by an adjective that modiļ¬es the subject of the sentence, and this can occur in any tense and with auxiliaries:

The man appears ill.

She feels unhappy.

The sky has grown dark.

His skin will look better tomorrow.

Their theory proves wrong.

The man seemed impatient.

The cookies smell so good.

The piano will sound better after tuning.

She wants to stay young.

The soup tasted delicious.

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