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A is a or a combination of words that indicates action or a state of being or condition. A verb is the part of a that tells us what the subject performs. Verbs are the hearts of English sentences.
- Jacob in the morning. (A usual action)
- Mike to school. (A condition of action)
- Albert to walk. (A negative action)
- Anna a good girl. (A state of being)
There are forms of verbs. These forms are as follows:
- Children in the field.
- Tell them not
- They football yesterday.
- I have a burger.
- I saw them with him today.
- is the best exercise.
TYPES OF VERBS
1. HELPING VERBS AND MAIN VERBS:
Helping verbs or auxiliary verbs are verbs that have no meaning on their own. They are necessary for the grammatical structure of the sentence, but they do not tell us much alone.
- People must start donating in charity.
Main verbs are verbs that have a meaning of their own. They tell us something.
- Aslam is going to school.
- They are walking in the park.
- I have seen a movie.
- Do you drink tea?
- Don’t waste your time.
- Please, do submit your assignments
2. TRANSITIVE VERB
A transitive verb is a verb that requires an object to receive the action.
- John kicked the ball. (The verb ‘kick’ demands an object to be kicked)
- I painted the car. (The verb ‘paint’ demands an object to be painted)
- She is reading the newspaper. (The verb ‘read’ asks the question “what is she reading?” – the answer is the object)
3. INTRANSITIVE VERB
An intransitive verb does not take an object. An intransitive verb is one which is complete in itself, or which is completed by other words without requiring an object.
- She . (The verb ‘smile’ cannot have any object since the action of ‘smiling’ does not fall upon anything/anyone)
- I up at 6 AM. (No object is needed for this verb)
4. MODEL VERBS:
Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs that are used to express abilities, possibilities, permissions, and obligations.
Can, Could, May, Might, Will, Would, Must, Shall, Should, Ought to.
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