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Verbs Verbs Verbs !. By: Julia Altoe 2 nd period. What is a verb?. A verb is a word that carry the idea of being or action in the sentence. They show action or state of being.. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Verbs Verbs Verbs! By: Julia Altoe 2nd period

What is a verb?A verb is a word that carry the idea of being or action in the sentence. They show action or state of being..There are several different kinds of verbs, some include: verb tenses, linking verbs, helping verbs, phrasal verbs, causative verbs, factitive verbs, verbals, etc.Verbs can also change their form!

Action verbs!Action verbs are verbs that show any kind of work , movement, or.. Action!Examples include : jumping, playing, slipping, dancing, etcExample~ my friends and I were playing football outside my house.

Helping and linking verbs Helping verbs are verbs that are used in conjunction with main verbs to express shades of time and mood.Examples include~ will, shall, may, might, can, could, must, ought to, should, etc.Sentence~ I will be playing hockey tomorrow at two oclock. Helping verbs plus a main verb will make a verb phrase. Linking verbs are verbs that connect a subject and its complement. They are often in to be form and are sometimes related to the five senses. Some reflect a state of being ( appear, seem, become, grow, turn, prove, remain) Sentence~ Lila is a shopaholic. Is is connecting the subject, lila, to the object, shopaholic.

Active and passive voice/ verbs Active voice is where the subject of the sentence preforms the action expressed in the verb. It is also the most common form of writing sentences. Example ~ The coaches made the decision on who would be on our Olympic team. Passive voice is where the subject receives the action expressed in the verb. It is a less common form of writing in terms of sentences. Example~ the decision was made by the coaches on who would be on our Olympic team.

Phrasal and Causative Verbs Phrasals are verbs, another word or phrase and usually a preposition. The end result is a brand new verb. This kind of verb is typically hard for non- native speakers to learn because it comes from causal talk and sayings. The word that joins with a verb in this form (often the preposition) is called the Particle.Examples~ The kids were sitting around, waitingCausative verbs are designated the action necessary to cause another action to happen. Examples include~ let, help, allow, have, require, allow, make , convince, etc. Its followed by an object ( noun or pronoun) & followed by an ifinite. Example~ She made me do it. Made causes the doPast present and future verbsVerbs can also change their form! Sometimes, ending are added (-ed or ing) but other times, it turns into another word.They become past tense by adding d or ed at the end. Past- takes place in the pastPresent- is taking place now!Future- will eventually take place.To make it future tense, you will have a going to or Will example~ I will go shopping soon!

Factitive verbs and Verbals Factitive verbs are transitive verbs- made, choose, judge, elect, select, name, etc. Example~ the staff picked Johnson as the team president.Johnson is the direct object and team president is the second complement. Verbals are words that seem to carry the idea of an action of being but do not function as a true verb. Aka a non- infiniteFrequently, they are accompanied by other words making it a verbal phrase. There are two different types; infinitives and participles Infinitives are carried within them the idea of action, combined with helping verbs to express shades of time. Example~ we had to planned to watch all the events in the Olympics.Particples are verbs forms that act like adjectives.Example~ The running cat chased the mouse. Citations! Verbs and Verbals." Verbs and Verbals. N.p., 2013. Web. 02 Nov. 2013.Marshall, Pam. "Regular Verbs." Reading Worksheets Grammar Comprehension Lesson Plans. N.p., 2008. Web. 03 Nov. 20

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