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7LA Verbs

QuestionAnswer
Action Verbs A word that shows action Ex. Run, walk, write, fly, talk
Helping Verbs A verb that help the main/action verb Ex. “The cat was eating cat food”
Linking Verbs A verb that connects the subject to additional info about it. Ex. "She is nice."
Irregular Verbs Verbs that are not the same as it usually is when you put it in different tenses. Ex. drink drank drunk, fly, flew, flown, has, had, have
Past perfect Verbs Starts in the past ends in the past Ex. "I did that yesterday"
Present Perfect Verbs Starts in the presents and keeps going in the present Ex. "I am eating"
Future Perfect Verbs Starts in the future and ends in the future. Ex. "I will go to college"
Transitive Verbs If you can answer the question “what?” than it is a transitive verb because it has a direct object. Ex. I ate “what?” an apple.
Intransitive Verbs An action verb that has no Direct Object and you can’t answer the question “What?” Ex. “She is crying in the bathroom.”
Participles A verb that is used as an adjective, with a “ing” or “ed” at the end. Ex. "We ate a walking taco."
Gerunds Ends with “ing” and is a verb that is used as a noun. It is either the subject, the last word in a prepositional phrase. Ex. "I like walking."
Infinitives The word “to” and then a that verb follows it. Ex. "You have to eat."
Created by: 13kims on 2011-11-07



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