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  • Dinusha

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    “Sing” is an action verb because it describes an action that a subject performs. When someone sings, they are actively producing vocal sounds in a sustained and controlled manner to create music or express emotions.For example:

    • The choir sings beautifully during the church service.
    • My little sister loves to sing along to her favorite songs.
    • He sings in the shower every morning.

    In each of these sentences, “sing” is the verb that indicates an action being taken by the subject (choir, sister, he). Singing involves using the voice to create sounds, which is an active process rather than a state of being. This is what distinguishes “sing” as an action verb.

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