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VERBS

English 6th grade study

TermDefinition
Verb A word that names a type of action or shows state of being (shows what something is or is like)
Action verb a word the names a action; the action or the verb
Direct Object a noun or pronoun that receives the action
Whom or what answer for what? ( didn't phase it right) Direct object
Transitive verb a verb that doesn't have a direct object
Intransitive verb answers the questions TO WHOM or FOR WHOM... the sentence has to have a direct object to have an indirect object... an indirect object is ALWAYS before a direct object
Tense the time of the action
Present tense a verb that happens now or regularly or happens now
Past tense names a action that already happened
Future tense names a action that will happen in the future
How many types of verb PARTS are their? 4
What are the verb types? Base form, Present participle, Past form, Past participle
Participle Part of a verb
Present participle verb part that happens in the present and ends in "ing"
formula for a present participle base + ing
Past participle verb part that ends in "ed" and already happened
formula for a past participle past form + ed
Verb phase consists of one or more helping verbs.
Present progressive form a verb that is continuing right now
How do you make a present progressive form of a verb is, are, am + present participle
Past progressive action that continued in the past
How do I make past progressive form of a verb was, were + present participle
present perfect tens a verb that names an action that happened in the past and is still happening now
How do I make a present perfect tense verb has, have + past participle
past perfect tense a verb that names an action that happened before another action
How do I make a past perfect tense verb had+ past participle
regular verbs a verb that you add endings without changing the spelling
Irregular verb Form past tense by a different spelling
Linking verb a verb that connects the subject of a sentence with a noun or adjective in the predicate that's shows what the subject is or is like
Predicate noun is a noun that follows a linking verb and tells what the subject is
Predicate adjective a adjective that follows a linking verb and tells what the subject is like
How many helping verbs are their? 23
helping verb is? a verb that helps the main verb
What are the helping verbs? may, might, must, be, am, is, are, was, were, being, been, do, does, did, should, could, would, will, shall, can
Created by: Lightningstar434
 

 



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