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  • 1. VerbsVerbs
  • 2. 1 Finite Verbs2 Non – finite Verbs3 Auxiliary Verbs
  • 3. Finite Verbs • (singular or plural) (tense)
  • 4. Examples Present Tense 1 : I play . We play. 2 : You play . You play. 3 : He plays. They play. She plays. They play. It plays. They play.
  • 5. Intransitive Verbs Transitive Verbs Linking Verbs
  • 6. Finite Verbs Intransitive Verbs Examplesarrive, come, go, run, eat, die ,sit ,stand ,wake up, sleep He arrive. ,We run. ,She sits. Verbs
  • 7. Finite Verbs Transitive Verbs Examples- I saw a snake.- He love me.- Ananda wants to take a nap. Verbs
  • 8. Finite Verbs Linking Verbs NounLinking Verbs Linking Verbs Linking Verbs Linking Verbs Verbs
  • 9. Finite Verbs Linking Verbs Linking VerbsLinking Verbs V. to be(Object) Linking Verbs Nouns, Noun Phrases, Noun Clauses Adjectives LinkingVerbs Linking Verbs Subject + Linking V. +Subjective Complement Linking Verbs .. Transitive Intransitive Verbs
  • 10. ExamplesYou look sad.Alan is an artist.Jennifer is beautiful.That sounds boring
  • 11. Finite Verbs Linking Verbs Linking Verbs Linking Verbs Examples be My teacher seems nice. appear Somchai became a teacher. remain Somchai seem Prasit is a good boy. Prasit Verbs
  • 12. Finite Verbs Linking Verbs Linking Verbs look taste smell Examples soundYour grandfather looks very young. The milk in this box smells terrible.Thai food tastes very good. Verbs
  • 13. Finite Verbs Linking Verbs go Linking Verbs come Examples get fallMy dream came true. proveShe fell silent.Something goes wrong. Verbs
  • 14. Non - finite Verbs • Finite Verbs Non - finite VerbsNon – finite Infinitive with to Verbs Infinitive without to Gerund
  • 15. Non - finite Verbs Infinitive with to Examplesinfinitive to - To smoke is prohibited in this area. afford help tell agree hope wish arrange - We want to watch this invite ask movie. learn come like decide - I like to play . fail plan order forget Verbs
  • 16. Non - finite Verbs Infinitive without to Infinitive Exampleswithout to to - We heard her sing at the help see restaurant. let smell ( :We heard her to sing at make watch the restaurant.) feel - My teacher let me go home. hear ( : My teacher let me to notice go home.) observe Verbs
  • 17. Non - finite Verbs Gerund Examplesgerund ing - Sleeping is necessaryadmit delay fancy mention to heath.allow deny finish mindavoid detest forgive miss - Working in thisappreciate dislike imagine practice condition is pleasure.compare enjoy involve recognizeconfess escape risk - We enjoyed seeingconsider excuse that film. Verbs
  • 18. Non - finite Verbs Gerund Gerund Infinitive begin continue dislike hate intend love like plan prefer start Examples Gerund : He begins learning history tomorrow.Infinitive : He begins to learn history tomorrow. Gerund : We like playing football on Sunday.Infinitive : We like to play football on Sunday. Verbs
  • 19. Non - finite Verbs Gerund Gerund Infinitive allow forget mean remember regret stop Gerund : I stopped working.Examples Infinitive : I stopped to work. Gerund : He forgot swimming in the canal. Infinitive : He forgot to swim with me in the canal. Verbs
  • 20. Auxiliary Verbs• Primary Auxiliary Verbs Modal Auxiliary Verbs Verbs
  • 21. Auxiliary Verbs Primary Auxiliary Verbs 1. Verb to be : is, am, are, was, were 2. Verb to have : has, have, had 3. Verb to do : do, does, did Verbs
  • 22. Auxiliary Verbs Primary Auxiliary Verbs (Examples)Verb I am a teacher. ( ) to I am teaching English ( tense) be The dinner was cooked (by me). Passive voice Verb I have two oranges. ( )to have I have eaten two oranges. ( tense)Verb They always do the housework. ( ) Do they do the housework? ( ) to They do not always do the do housework. ( ) Verbs
  • 23. Auxiliary Verbs Modal Auxiliary Verbs Examples shall canwillwould Can I go with you? should couldmay must needmight dare ought toused to Verbs