Verb ppt etm rita

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Verb ppt etm rita

  1. 1. Verbs are carry the idea of being or action in the sentence What are verbs ? Verb is word or phrase that expresses an action, an event, or a state. The verb or compound verb is the critical element of the predicate of a sentence.
  2. 2. Verb is divided into three types: Action verbs Verb of being Linking verbs
  3. 3. Action Verbs Show physical actions which you can see somebody doing either physical or mental. Smith catches the ball (catches shows physical action) Smith imagines the great things ( imagines show a mental action)
  4. 4. Verb of being Describes state of being or show a state of being or show a state of existence Smith is strange. (is shows a state of existence) Smith will always be my friend. ( will, be show a state of existence)
  5. 5. Linking verbs Connect the subject of the verb to additional information about the subject. Kella is a shopaholic ( is isnt something that kella can do, is connect the subject, kella, to additional information about her) A ten– item quiz seems impossibly long after a night of not studying. (seems connect the subject, a ten- item quiz, with something said about it, that difficulty depends on preparation, not lenght.)
  6. 6. INFINITIVE FORM FUTURE TENSE VERB TERMINOLOGI PRESENT TENSE PAST TENSE
  7. 7. INFINITIVE FO When a verb is preceded by the word to, it is said to be in its infinitive form I have to smoke that! (to smoke - infinitive form of the verb)
  8. 8. PAST TENSE Verbs which express actions in the past are said to be in the past tense He talked with more claret than clarity. (talked - past tense of the verb to talk)
  9. 9. PRESENT TENSE Verbs which express present actions are said to be in the present tense. John jumps out the window. (jumps - present tense of the verb to jump)
  10. 10. FUTURE TENSE Verbs which express actions in the future are said to be in the future tense. These are usually formed by preceding the verb with the word will. I will take the blame. (will take - future tense of the verb to take)

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