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Activity Discussion Grammar & Vocabulary Forms of verb Reply To: Forms of verb

  • Ananya

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    December 15, 2023 at 10:40 pm
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    refer this video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OOydl_XC2k&ab_channel=SaloniGupta98

    now read the following :

    There are different forms of verbs in English, and they can be classified into different categories based on their functions and forms. Here are some common forms of verbs:

    – Base form: This is the simplest form of a verb, also known as the infinitive form. It is used to express the idea of an action or state without indicating any tense or subject. For example, “to run,” “to eat,” “to sleep.”

    – Present tense: This form of a verb is used to describe an action that is happening now or regularly. It is formed by adding “-s” or “-es” to the base form for third-person singular subjects. For example, “I run,” “he runs,” “they eat.”

    – Past tense: This form of a verb is used to describe an action that happened in the past. It is formed by adding “-ed” to the base form for regular verbs, while irregular verbs have their own unique past tense forms. For example, “I walked,” “he played,” “they ate.”

    – Present participle: This form of a verb is used to describe an action that is ongoing or incomplete. It is formed by adding “-ing” to the base form. For example, “I am running,” “he is playing,” “they are eating.”

    – Past participle: This form of a verb is used to describe an action that has been completed or to form the perfect tenses. It is formed by adding “-ed” to regular verbs or using the third column of the irregular verb list. For example, “I have walked,” “he has played,” “they have eaten.”

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