Verbs

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Verbs

  1. 1. VERBS Action speak louder than words.
  2. 2. Verb I stand for action, existence or being and possession.
  3. 3. Kinds Doing Verb/Action Verbs Being Verb/Existence Verb Having Verb/Possession verb
  4. 4. Action Verb It denotes the action done by the subject of the sentence. E.g. They dance on the stage. These pictures look beautiful.
  5. 5. Being Verb It denotes the being or existence of the subject of a sentence. e.g. I am a student. They were at home.
  6. 6. Having Verb It denotes the belonging or possession of the subject in a sentence. e.g. I have a red pen. They had a lot of money.
  7. 7. Main Verb It is a verb that makes a sentence complete and meaningful. It may be doing, being or having verb. e.g. I am a doctor. You run very fast. Our school has a huge library.
  8. 8. Helping Verbs! Helping Verbs! There are 23.... Am, is are! Was and were! Being, been, and be! Have, has, had! Do, does, did! Shall, should, will, and would! There are 5 more helping verbs: may, might, must, can, and could!
  9. 9. Main Verb+ Helping Verb A helping verb is used before aMain verb to express the exact time and tense of a sentence. e.g. They have finished their breakfast. I am working hard.
  10. 10. Three forms of verb Infinitive/Present – go, call Past – went, called Past Participle – gone, called

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