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Review: Linking Verbs

Indicate whether the highlighted verb is used as a linking verb:

  1. Frankenstein is the name of the scientist not the monster.
  2. The oenophile tasted several types of Beaujolais.
  3. Francine grows prize-winning dahlias.
  4. The cheesecake tastes delicious.
  5. After smoking three cigars, Bridget turned green.
  6. The cat fastidiously smelled the dish of food placed before it.
  7. The flowers always grow quickly during a sunny summer.
  8. The stew that Gordon made smells too spicy to me.
  9. Walter was annoyed because Sophy turned the corner too quickly.
  10. Lester B. Pearson was a prominent twentieth-century politician.

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