|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."|