What is a Verb
A verb is a word that describes an action, an occurrence or a state of being. The action expressed can be mental or physical.
The basic form of a verb is called "the infinitive".
What is a Verb - ExamplesPhysical Action
I went to the shop yesterday.
The boss goes to the office.
She buys milk for the baby.
The nurse talks to the parents.
I sell it.
I think so.
The guru meditates a lot.
He contemplates his future plans.
State of Being
I am tired.
She likes it.
The tiger is dangerous.
I will be there.
Verbs are absolutely necessary to make a sentence.
Verbs have the tenses: present, past, and future.
You have to learn the Infinitive, the Simple Past and the Past Participle of each verb to be able to communicate correctly. See below
There are regular and irregular verbs. To learn irregular verbs like these above requires a lot of memorizing.
What a Verb Is, and What Verbs Aren't.
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