Types of Verb

Types of Verb

                  Types of Verb  (क्रिया के प्रकार)

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Definition:- A verb is a word or a combination of words that indicates action or a state of being or condition. A verb is the part of a sentence that tells us what the subject performs. Verbs are the hearts of English sentences. Types of Verb

A word that shows an action, state, or event is called a verb. It is an essential part of a sentence and is known as the soul of language.

क्रिया वह शब्द हे जो किसी कार्य , अवस्था अथवा घटना के बारे में जानकारी दे। किसी भी भाषा के वाक्य में क्रिया एक महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाती हे।

Types of Verb

  •  Main Verb

  • Finite Verbs:- A finite verb is a verb that has a subject and shows tense. Here’s an example:
  •  Non-finite Verbs:- Non-finite verbs do not change their form when the number or person of the subject changes. There are mainly three types of non-finite verbs: infinitives, gerunds, and participles.
  •   Action Verbs:- Action verbs indicate what the subject of a sentence performs. Action verbs can make the listener/reader feel emotions, see scenes more vividly and accurately.
  •   Linking Verb:-A linking verb is used to re-identify or to describe its subject. A linking verb is called a linking verb because it links the subject to a subject complement
  •     Auxiliary Verbs/ Helping Verb:- A helping verb is a verb that precedes the main verb in a sentence. A helping verb is also called an “auxiliary verb,” and words may or may not separate a helping verb from the main verb. The main purpose of a helping verb is to support the main verb by providing it with clearer meaning.
  • Modal Verbs:- A modal verb is a kind of auxiliary verb. It assists the main verb to indicate possibility, potentiality, ability, permission, expectation, and obligation.

Types of Verb

Action verb

  • laugh
  • read
  • Run
  • Dance
  • Slide
  • Jump
  • eat
  • Do
  • Go
  • Stand
  • Smile
  • Listen.
  • Speak
  • scold
  1. 2.Transitive Verbs
  • Love
  • Respect
  • Tolerate
  • Believe
  • Maintain
  • think
  1. Intransitive verb
  2. Irregular Verbs
  3. regular Verbs
  4. 2, Helping Verb/Auxiliary Verbs(to be, have, and Do)
  • is
  • am
  • are
  • do
  • does                         
  • did
  • has
  • have
  • had
  • have been
  • has been
  • had been
  1. modal Auxiliary Verbs

  • Can
  • could
  • should
  • may
  • would
  • might
  • should have
  • could have
  • ought to
  • has/ have/ had/will have +to
  • need to
  • must

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