No, technically it is not.
The word basketball is a noun; a word for a game or a type of ball; a word for a thing.
The word 'basketball' is a noun; a singular, common noun; a word for a thing.The noun 'basketball' is an abstract noun as a word for a game or a sport.The noun 'basketball' is a concrete noun as a word for a ball used to play the game or sport.The noun 'basketball' can function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, or the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples:subject: The basketball flew over the fence.object: We all got new uniforms for basketball.
The Maori verb meaning 'to dribble' (as in dribble a basketball) is 'Tupanapana'.
No, the word 'play' is a noun (play, plays) and a verb (play, plays, playing, played).Examples:Maggie has a part in the play. (noun)Mickie loves to play basketball. (verb)A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.Example: Mickie loves to play basketball. He is trying out for the team. (the pronoun 'he' takes the place of the noun 'Mickie' in the second sentence)
Yes, the word basketball is a singular, common, compound noun; an abstract noun as the word for the game basketball; a concrete noun as the word for the ball for basketball. The noun basketball is a word for a thing.
In the sentence "Most of the basketball team will be attending weather dance," the verb phrase is "will be attending."
Loves is the verb in that sentence.
the word were is a LINKING VERB.
The word 'be' is indeed a verb.
Yes, the word 'do' is a verb.
Verb 2. A Verb is an action word, a 'doing' word.