Originally Posted by TheGroceryman
actually "are" is the verb in this sentence. In this case, its the 3rd person plural of the verb "to be." just like one says "they are" commonly.
lets stop this grammar stuff before we all make fools of ourselves.
Ah, but doesn't my bold highlight of the quote and his use of a full stop, mean i was talking about the other sentence, that actually isn't one..
Now we can stop.