The verb is the workhorse of any sentence. Without a verb, nouns would just sit around doing nothing. Adjectives may be able to tell you how wonderful the noun is, but it’s still sitting on its backside (actually, it’s not even doing that, as ‘to sit’ is a verb). Chuck in a verb, however, and your sentence is jumping, skipping, singing, dancing and even racing across the page (or just sitting on its backside . . .).
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