in a sentence how to find noun and verb

July 10, 2006 9:46pm CST
give me some examples
4 responses
• India
17 Jul 06
subject denotes the person or performer, ie, who is going to perform the task or who has performed the action, or who is performing the task, what ever it may be it just denotes the name of the person, some times it varies from first person, second or third, I - first person, He , you, she- second person They, it- third person Verb is nothing but it shows what's the action to be . ie., if am going to write here write is the action, like wise it just denotes the type of the task . task means work. examples; Robert is writing a letter here robert is subject and writing is a verb He is driving he subject and driving is verb They are learning english they are subject and learning are verb english is adverb
@QnAQueen (555)
• United States
17 Jul 06
are you talking about what the subject and verb is in a sentence?
@Andy77 (432)
• United States
16 Jul 06
She ran to the store. Noun: she verb: ran The boy fell into the pool. Noun: boy verb: fell Jose is a very good student. Noun: Jose very: is
@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
11 Jul 06
The verb is the action word (for example run, walk, play) and the noum is a person, place or thing (for example ice cream, Joan, cow). The brown cow jumped the fence. Noun = cow; Verb = jumped