Kinds of Verb

1- Principal Verb:
It is main action. You are well familiar with the forms of principal verbs.
Examples:
Walk, run, see, sit, eat, sleep, drink etc.

2- Helping Verb:
It helps the main verb. It is not necessary to be present in every sentence.
Examples:
Is, are, am, was, were, will, shall, can, may, should, would, ought, might, be, been, could etc

3- Transitive Verb:
It follows the object. Its necessary to use object in its sentence.
Examples:
She plucks a flower.
He reads a book.

4- Intransitive Verb:
It ends without object and the meaning of sentence is clear without using object.
Examples:
Baby sleeps, birds chirp etc.

5- Complement:
It completes a sentence and is called “Being Verb”.
Examples:
I am a girl.
You seem happy etc.

Rules for Verbs:

No sentence is complete without a verb.
Verb itself is a sentence.
Difference in forms of verb depends upon tense used.
It is the most important part of a sentence.

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