Verbs:-2; Where and How We Need Them For Our Betterment?

Already, I wrote an article about VERBS. You all may know about it. If you are not, then please, reading my first article about verbs then come to this one. Then only you can able to understood this article. I am very hopeful that, you all get a lot of benefits from my articles. Please, share among your friend groups, that also helpful for them. If you would do for that I am getting a lot of courage for writing my next articles. You all may understood my thought here. I want to make all people able to charting in English and knowing their English better.

This is my little effort, but if you all helped me then it would be a big one. Today, I am going to writing more about the verbs. In my previous article, I wrote all about auxiliary verbs. Here, I am writing about the main verbs.

What are main Verbs? Instead of auxiliary verbs, we are using many other verbs, that verbs are called main verbs. I am giving some examples which are helping you all to understand them.

1. I am writing. Here, am is auxiliary verb and writing is the main verb.

There are two types of main verbs. They are:-
A) Finite verbs
B) Non-finite verbs.

A) What are finite verbs? The verbs which are changing their forms according to the person and the numbers of the subjects and the tenses also are called finite verbs. Following examples are helping for gaining more about this.

Examples:- (i)  I read. She writes. They play. etc.
(ii) He goes. You go. They go. etc.

B) What are non-finite verbs? The verbs which are not changing their forms according to the number, person or tenses of the subjects, are called non-finite verbs. For examples:- (i) I want to go.
(ii) She reads. etc.

In these cases, we are unable to know what is the subject want to do? In the first sentence “where I want to go” There is no answer. Hence, it is non-finite verb.

The finite verbs are again sub-divided as (I) Transitive verbs and (II) Intransitive verbs.

(I) What are transitive Verbs? There are some sentences in which the actions passes over from the subjects to the objects. The verbs used there are called transitive verbs. Following examples are helping you all to understanding my definition.
Examples:- (i) Tanvi sang a song.
(ii) Charmi sounds loudly.
In the sentence (i), the action denoted by the verb sang passes over from the doer or the subject Tanvi to some object song. Hence, here the verb “sang” is called Transitive verb. To be continue:-

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