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Activity Discussion Grammar & Vocabulary Tenses Reply To: Tenses

  • Rhona

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    June 19, 2024 at 4:20 pm
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    Certainly! Here are some examples of different types of verbs:

    Action Verbs:

    • Run
    • Sing
    • Jump
    • Write
    • Explore

    State of Being Verbs:

    • Is
    • Are
    • Was
    • Were
    • Seem

    Linking Verbs:

    • Become
    • Appear
    • Feel
    • Taste
    • Smell

    Verbs can express a wide range of actions, states of being, and connections between subjects and other information in a sentence. Some common examples include:

    • The dog runs across the yard.
    • She is a kind and thoughtful person.
    • The cake tastes delicious.
    • They became friends over the summer.
    • The leaves appear to be changing color.

    Verbs are essential building blocks of sentences, as they convey the crucial information about what is happening or what the subject is experiencing. Understanding the different types of verbs and how they function in a sentence is an important part of developing strong language and communication skills.

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