Words That are Both Nouns and Verbs Worksheet


Some words can be both nouns and verbs depending on how they are used in the sentence. In the following sentences, underline the nouns and circle the verbs.

  1. We went to camp at the top of the mountain at the old mining camp.
  2. The fish were biting, so we decided to stay longer and fish some more.
  3. The charge on the credit card was charged to the wrong person.
  4. I will not drink that strange blue drink.
  5. Everyone on our block decided to block off the street for the party.
  6. “I will cook you your favorite meal,” said the cook.
  7. Don’t forget to lock the lock on our garage.
  8. Number from one to ten and don’t forget any of the numbers.
  9. She began to laugh, and I realized that it was the loudest laugh I’d ever heard.
  10. When I traded with Billy, I knew it was a good trade.
  11. I could smell that smell from across town!
  12. The stress of the exam began to stress me out.
  13. “The object of the game is to win,” I objected.
  14. “I cannot reply to your reply,” I replied.
  15. I like to surf the biggest surf I can find.
  16. The hunt began early, for they were determined to hunt down the criminal.

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