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Verbs English Grammar- Definition, Rules, Types, Practice MCQs with Solved Examples PDF For All Competitive Exams

Jan 05, 2022, By Careericons

What is "Verb"?

verb is the action or state of being in a sentence. Verbs can be expressed in different tenses, depending on when the action is being performed.

Also, A verb is a word used to tell or assert something about some person or thing.

The verb may tell us:

(a) What s person or thing does; as

Savita swims. and The bulb lights.

(b) What is done to a person or thing; as

Mohan is punished.

(c) What a person or thing is; as

The dog is dead.

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There are some sentences in which action passes over from the subject to the object.

Verbs used in these sentences are called Transitive Verbs. These verbs are followed by an object.

Examples:

1. The boy picked the stone.

2. The child hugged the mother.

3. The student wrote a letter.

In sentence 1, the action denoted by the verb picked passes over from the doer or subject boy to the object stone.

The verb picked is, therefore, a transitive verb. Most verbs we use are transitive verbs as they take an object.

Intransitive Verbs are those denoting the action that does not pass over from the subject to the object.

These verbs denote an action which does not pass over to an object or which expresses a state or being. These verbs are not followed by an object.

Examples:

1. The baby sleeps.

2. Sunil ran a long distance.

3. The table is in the office.

In sentence 1, the action denoted by the verb sleeps, stops with the doer or subject baby and does not pass over to an object. The verb sleeps in, therefore, an intransitive verb.

Verbs that are intransitive in their most common meanings include appear, come, fall, go, happen, matter, sleep.

If a verb is not followed by an object. It cannot be made passive.

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What are the different types of "Verbs"?

There are three popular kinds of verbs:

  1. Auxiliary Verb,
  2. Ordinary Verb and
  3. Verb of Incomplete Predication.

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What are important topics to learn "Verb" completely, Explain with examples?'

  1. Types of Verbs,
  2. Subject-Verb Agreement,
  3. Rules for Subject-Verb Agreement,
  4. Three Forms of Verbs, &
  5. Exercises with examples for verbs.

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What is "Subject-Verb Agreement", Explain with examples?

'Verb-Subject' agreement plays a very important role in English Grammar. Even those who enjoy a good command over the language, sometimes commit mistakes.

Subject-verb agreement refers to the relationship between the subject and predicate of the sentence.

In simple meaning, "characteristics of the subject should be reflected in the verb".

Subjects and verbs must always agree in two ways: tense and number. For this post, we are focusing on the number, or whether the subject and verb are singular or plural.

We have a total of sixteen rules of the verb-subject agreement. Explained with suitable examples.

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