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Choose the sentence in which the verb is a linking verb. A. His boss pays him well. B. He works at a gas station. C. He has walked to work from his house. D. His hours are long and busy.
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User: Choose the sentence in which the verb is a linking verb. A. His boss pays him well. B. He works at a gas station. C. He has walked to work from his house. D. His hours are long and busy.

Weegy: The sentence in which the verb is a linking verb is: His hours are long and busy.
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User: Choose the correct singular, third person, conjugation of the verb to be in the future perfect tense. A. I will be B. They will have been C. You have been D. She will have been

Weegy: The correct singular, third person, conjugation of the verb to be in the future perfect tense is: She will have been.
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