About my earlier question, I meant 'verb of perception'. ( I spelt it wrongly)
What does it means , the rules when using and can you give some examples.
Verbs of perception, also known as verbs related to the five senses (look, sound, feel, smell, taste), are linkng verbs. They link the subject with its complement -a word or phrase that describes the subject. For example,
The cookies taste great. (cookies = great)
Verbs of perception tend not to take -ing,
The cookies are *tasting great. (ungrammatical)
Does that help? If not, try searching under the words linking verbs.