Verb

Verb
The word which tells something about person, place, or things etc., is called Verb.
It is classified into two parts.
A-Main Verb / Principal Verb:- It is also classified into two parts.
i-Transitive Verb: - In Transitive Verb emotion passes from subject to object. Or action of verb is passed from a subject to an object, that verb is called Transitive verb. Transitive verb has succeeding verb.Such as give, take, bring, teach, see, watch,sell, send etc.

  • I’ll give a book to you.
  • I watch a very good movie last night.
  • I can see whole world on internet.
ii-Intransitive Verb:- It is opposite of transitive verb. It doesn’t have any succeeding object like Transitive verb. It only points to a condition. Such as dance, cry, weep, sleep, wake up, laugh, go, come, walk, stand, sit, run etc.

  • you danced very well.
  • Child is crying .
  • A shouldn’t sleep much while chasing his target.
  • She laughs very much.
  • Let’s go.
  • I walk daily in the morning.
B-Helping Verb / Auxiliary Verb:- It is also classified into two parts.
i-Primary Auxiliary Verb:- Primary Auxiliary verbs are am, are, is, was, were, has,have, had, do, does.

  • I am good at English.
  • You are a good cricket player.
  • He is a doctor.
  • They were very nice.
  • I have much money.
  • She hasn’t any fear.
  • Ram does his work very well.
ii-Modal Auxiliary Verb:-  Modal Auxiliary Verbs are shall, will, can, could, would, should, may, might, ought to, much, dare, need.

  • You should respect you elders.
  • You can do this work.
  • May I come in?
  • You must study.

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  1. Learning new vocabulary is very interesting for fresh learners. who want to get command over language learning skills


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  2. English is the hardest language to be fluent in, in the world. However, it is not the hardest language to learn on the basic level.

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