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The English Verb


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The English Verb

  1. 1. THE ENGLISH VERB The English verb is represented into three coloumns: INFINITIVE PAST PARTICIPLE WORK DRIVE WORKED DROVE WORKED DRIVEN We use the infinitive for: a) SIMPLE PRESENT I study English. Jane studies German. b) THE GERUND study studying c) MODAL VERBS I can play the trumpet.
  2. 2. THE ENGLISH VERB We use the past Only for SIMPLE PAST in the affirmative sentence. I studied German last year. Frank drove a Ferrari in Italy. We use the PARTICIPLE a) PASSIVE Latin was studied years ago. b) In two-word tenses She has driven in F1 races.
  3. 3. THE ENGLISH VERB The English verb can be REGULAR or IRREGULAR a) In REGULAR verbs past and participles end in -ED JUMP JUMPED JUMPED STOP STOPPED STOPPED b) In IRREGULAR verbs past and participles don’t end in -ED COME CAME COME RUN RAN RUN COST COST COST SAY SAID SAID