The word that completes the meaning of the sentence and it
represents the action in the sentence is called
➥ Neel doing study.
➥ Cow eats fodder.
➥ Swara reads the book
➥ Our team is won.
➤ In the above sentence "doing", "eats" "reads" and "won" are verbs.
More about Verb :
➪ Verb is one of parts of speech
➪ Verb is necessary to complete the sentence.
➪ Verb is word which indicate an action in the sentence.
➪ Every verb gives idea of action, but some verb give idea of state, idea of being
or idea of existence instead of action.
➽ Types of Verbs :
There are six types of Verbs.
1] Finite Verbs
2] Non-Finite Verbs
3] Action Verbs
4] Linking Verbs
5] Auxiliary Verbs
6] Modal Verbs
➤ Let's see all types in detailed
1] Finite Verbs :
A verb that change its form according to changes of person and number of
subject from the sentence is called 'Finite Verb'.
➪ A Finite verb has a tense.
➥ Rudra plays cricket.
➥ Harshal eats fruit.
➥ Vedanti does poetry.
➥ Vishal catches fish.
➤ In the above sentence "plays", "eats", "does" and "catches" are verbs.
2] Non-Finite Verbs :
A verb that does not change its form even the person and number of
subject from the sentence is change, is called 'non-finite Verb'.
➪ Non-Finite verbs work as nouns, adjectives, adverbs
rather than actual verb.
➪ They do not have any direct relation with the subject.
➥ Tanmayee speaks English very well.
➥ Harsh went Delhi to play.
➥ Harshali tried to run fast.
➥ Sara have broken the toys.
➤ In the above sentence "speaks", "to play" "tried" and "broken" are verbs.
3] Action Verbs :
A verb that indicates what the subject of the sentence is doing.
Action Verbs have two types :
A] Transitive verbs :
An action verb as the name suggests or tells you about an action that passes from the subject to object
is called Transitive verb.
➪ They must have a direct object.
➥ Twisha ate an orange.
➥ Bhavi painted the bus.
➥ The birds built nest on the tree.
➥ Harshali is reading a book.
➤ In the above sentence "ate", "painted" "built" and "is reading" are verbs.
B] Intransitive verbs :
An action verb which does not pass over the action to an object
is called Intransitive verb.
➪ They may be followed by adjective or adverb.
➪ They just expresses a state of being.
➥ Vidya danced gracefully.
➥ Put away your books.
➥ Amit is painting right now.
➥ Do your practice regularly.
➤ In the above sentence "danced", "put" "painting" and "do" are verbs.
Nouns : The name given to a people, objects, birds....
4] Linking Verbs :
A verb which link the subject to a noun or adjective
is called Linking verb.
➪ They do not tell about action perform in the sentence.
➪ They provide additional information about the subject.
➪ Linking verbs can called 'to be' verbs.
Example : is, am, are, was, were, will be, shall be etc.
➥ Asavari is my best friend.
➥ I am an innocent boy.
➥ There will be no school tomorrow.
➥ The rooms were very neat and clean.
➤ In the above sentence "is", "am" "will be" and "were" are verbs.
5] Auxiliary Verbs/ Helping Verbs :
A verb which is helps to the main verb in the sentence
is called Auxiliary Verbs/ Helping Verbs.
➥ Rajesh is going to school.
➥ Bhavi and Swara can play together.
➥ Grishma should present for the exam.
➥ Harsh was calling his friend.
➤ In the above sentence "is", "can play" "should present" and "was" are verbs.
6] Modal Verbs :
A verb which is helps to the main verb to denote possibility,
is called Modal Verbs.
➪ They are like helping verbs.
➥ He may want to meet you again.
➥ I would have tell you.
➥ She should call her.
➥ You must follow the rules.
➤ In the above sentence "may", "would" "should" and "must" are verbs.
Some basic forms of Verbs:
➥ The forms of verb changes to express the present, past and future :
Base form : Santosh eat mango in the home.
Infinitive : Ask him not to eat
Present : Santosh eats mango in the morning.
Past : Santosh ate mango in the morning.
Future : Santosh will eat mango in the morning.