AIDS can be stopped only if every person decides to take action against it.
I'd stop worrying about it and take some action. The anxiety that comes from doing nothing is worse than any danger you might face.
A man who asks his wife's permission before taking any action except breathing is a henpecked husband.
Notice how the hero in an action flick never seems to run out of ammo?
The greatest pleasure I know is to do a good action by stealth and have it found out by accident.
The "predicate" is that part that shows the action in the sentence. In Japanese it would be the part that ends in "da", "suru", etc.
Linda's quick action probably saved the boy's life
Definition if you take legal action against someone, you start a case in a court of law because you want to prove that they have done something wrong
Act now! he said, and in addition to his obvious meaning, he hinted that there were number of other important reasons why immediate action was needed.
When suddenly faced with a dangerous situation, hold your horses - make sure of the proper action, then act.
The future progressive tense is used when expressing events and action in progress at some future point, however the example sentence cannot be understood in that way.
I move that these proposals be approved, and that action be taken as soon as possible.
Although many pay lip service to the idea of affirmative action, in reality, very few minorities get hired.