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Amna will always
VERB CHANGES ITS FORMS ACCORDING TO:
Different forms of verbs shows different meaning related to such things:
Tense (present, future, past)
Person(first person, second
person, third person)
Voice (active, passive)
IMPORTANT POINTS OF VERBS
There are eight parts of speech:
PARTS OF SPEECH
ORIGIN OF VERBS:
Latin word verbum means “word”.
DEFINITION OF VERBS:
verb is used as a word that conveys
an action(bring ,read ,walk ,run )
an occurrence (happen , become)
a state of being (be ,exist ,stand).
To understand the
Tells the relationship to
Must agree with its
ROLL NO: 35
TYPES OF VERBS
"Action Verbs are verbs that
TYPES OF ACTION VERBS:
I am doing my work.
I eat food.
She loves her doll.
state of being.
to the subject of a
The pepsi tastes good.
Aliza is a smart girl.
He became suspicious.
Helping verbs help the main verb
which describe action that happened
in the past, is happening in the
present or will happen in the future.
She is sleeping.
He has played cricket.
We will watch T.V.
ROLL NO: 20
Transitive verbs are action verbs
that have an object to receive to
Intransitive verbs are action verbs
but they do not have an object to
receive the action.
Those verbs that form their past
participle with 'd' or 'ed'.
Those verbs that undergo substantial changes when changing forms between tenses.
TALK TALKED TALKED
WALK WALKED WALKED
CALL CALLED CALLED
SEE SAW SEEN
GO WENT GONE
DRINK DRANK DRUNK
He calls me.
He called me.
He has called me.
I drink water.
I drank water.
I have drunk water.
IMPORTANCE OF VERBS