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E.L.A - Verbs

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E.L.A - Verbs

  1. 1. BY:NOR ATIRAH MOHD RAPINGI
  2. 2. WHAT IS VERBS? Most verbs describe an action or state of being. Tell us what is happening. This taxi is departing to Alor Setar Kamal often asks question Some verb describe situation
  3. 3. VERBS NON- ACTION ACTION LINKINGTRANSITIVE INTRANSITIVE BE VERB VERB
  4. 4. ACTION VERB Expresses what something or someone does. Transitive IntransitiveRequires an object Does not require anand the object comes object. after the verb. A sentence with an intransitive verbs completeE.g: my brother built without an object. a tree-house in the E.g : Ali Hanapiah garden smiled.
  5. 5. NON ACTION Do not express any action. They are used to refer to physical characteristics and conditions. BE VERB Linking verb Used to link the subjectUsually comes of a sentence with aimmediately after the complement.subject in statement. Followed by aIt takes a different complement rather thanform after different an object.subject
  6. 6. Be verb affirmativeI am confident I He was tiredHe SheShe is exhausted ItItWe WeThey are intelligent They were shyYou You
  7. 7. LINKING VERBS Use to link the subject of a sentence with a complement These are the example of common linking verbs and their function Expressing feeling Expressing Expressing sensory and thought possession perception believe own feel need possess hear dislike Examples: belong smell  I know the lady who works at the front desk.  He owns a fleet of private jets.  It smells delicious
  8. 8. AUXILIARIES VERB Known as helping verbs. Cannot be used without a main verbs Used to make sentences negative Used to ask questions Have-has- Do-does-did Be verbs had To avoid Emphasis the expressrepetition statement obligation

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