WHAT IS VERB?

verb describes an action or a state of being. This action is performed by a subject (A Noun or a Pronoun) or the state of being is that of a subject. Hence, a verb must always agree with its subject, in person (First, Second and Third) and in number (Singular and Plural).

The following tables show the subject-verb agreement according to person and number:

For the singular first person personal pronoun

For the plural first person personal pronoun

Subject

Verb

Subject

Verb

I

Am

We

Are

I

Was

We

Were

I

Do

We

Do

I

Did

We

Did

I

Have

We

Have

I

Had

We

Had

I

Play

We

Play

I

Played

We

Played

For the singular second person personal pronoun

For the plural second person personal pronoun

Subject

Verb

Subject

Verb

You

Are

You

Are

You

Were

You

Were

You

Do

You

Do

You

Did

You

Did

You

Have

You

Have

You

Had

You

Had

You

Play

You

Play

You

Played

You

Played

For the singular third person personal pronouns

For the plural third person personal pronoun

Subject

Verb

Subject

Verb

He/She/It

Is

They

Are

He/She/It

Was

They

Were

He/She/It

Does

They

Do

He/She/It

Did

They

Did

He/She/It

Has

They

Have

He/She/It

Had

They

Had

He/She/It

Plays

They

Play

He/She/It

Played

They

Played

Use the same rules for uncountable nouns and singular countable nouns

Use the same rules for plural countable nouns

verbs are the words that indicate the tense form of a sentence.

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What a big question ???? Verbs are the action words ...They show some action..

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please do ask a small question?

go through the study material.

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verb means acition of some person

there mainly five types of verb auxilliary , demonstrative verb and many more

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Averb, from the Latinverbummeaningword, is aword(part of speech) that insyntaxconveys an action (bring,read,walk,run,learn), an occurrence (happen,become), or a state of being (be,exist,stand). In the usual description ofEnglish, the basic form, with or without theparticleto, is theinfinitive. In manylanguages, verbs areinflected(modified in form) to encodetense,aspect,mood, andvoice. A verb may also agree with theperson,gender, and/ornumberof some of itsarguments, such as itssubject, orobject. Verbs have tenses: present, to indicate that an action is being carried out; past, to indicate that an action has been done; future, to indicate that an action will be done.

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