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Is a adverb and a linking verb the same

I don't know if they are the same

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    Shayla Garmon Mar 29, 2014

    I don't know if they are so if I were you guys i will look it up on a diffrent website

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A noun is any physical or imaginary object.
A verb is anything that an object can do.
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