no it is a noun referring to a person on the soccer teams
Soccer isn't an adjective, it's a noun. There are no adjectives in the sentence. 'Boy' and 'soccer' are nouns, and 'played' is the verb.
No, it is a verb or a noun (to go around, to surround; a round shape). The adjective form is circular.
Because you play a game of soccer and play is the verb in the sentence.
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We played soccer (noun) at the soccer (adject) club.
Has is a verb; it is not a noun. It is the third person singular of the verb to have. It functions as a helping verb as well, but it is not a noun.
There is no standard collective noun for a group of soccer stars. A collective noun is an informal part of language. Any noun that suits the context of a situation can function as a collective noun; for example a team of soccer stars, a galaxy of soccer stars, a stable of soccer stars, etc.
No, it is not. It is a noun, and colloquially a verb (to check ID, or warn a player in soccer). It is, however, used as a noun adjunct in terms such as card table and card trick.
The verb play is not generally a linking verb, but it can be used as a linking verb. A linking verb links noun+ noun, pronoun + noun, noun+ adjective, or pronoun + adjective. As it is generally used, the verb play is an action verb: "I play football." It could be used as a linking verb: "The actor played James Bond." (noun + noun)
The noun 'is' is a verb, a form of the verb 'to be'. The verb 'is' functions as an auxiliary verb and a linking verb.
Noun. Adjust is a verb.
Noun. Photosynthesizing is a verb.
It is a verb not a noun
It is neither a noun or a verb.
is wrap a noun or verb
To convert a noun into a verb just add ing or ed to a noun which can also be a verb.
It is both a noun and verb because the word "Fat" has meanings for a noun and verb.
Yes, soccer is a noun and nothing else.
Yes, soccer ball is a common noun.
The word 'noun' is not a verb. The word 'noun' is a noun, a word for a thing.