20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Weak Verbs or Regular Verbs The verbs which form can be changed into past tense by adding ED to the present tense are called Weak Verbs which are also called Regular Verbs. Grant ….granted Want….wanted Laugh….laughed Look…..looked Talk….talked Like….liked Shout…..shouted Sentence……sentenced Complete…..completed So, the verbs such as grant, […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Regular Verbs or Weak Verbs The verbs which form can be changed into past tense by adding ED to the present tense are called Regular Verbs which are also called Weak Verbs. Grant ….granted Want….wanted Laugh….laughed Look…..looked Talk….talked Like….liked Shout…..shouted Sentence……sentenced Complete…..completed So, the verbs such as grant, […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Semi Modal Auxiliary VerbsorQuasi Modal Auxiliary Verbs Ought to, used to, need and dare are called Quasi Modal Auxiliary Verbs which are also called Semi Modal Auxiliary Verbs. Ought to : The train ought to leave now. He ought to speak now. Vaigai express ought to leave at […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Semi Modal Auxiliary VerbsorQuasi Modal Auxiliary Verbs Ought to, used to, need and dare are called Semi Modal Auxiliary Verbs which are also called Quasi Modal Auxiliary Verbs. Ought to : The train ought to leave now. He ought to speak now. Vaigai express ought to leave at […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Auxiliary Verb A verb which helps another verb to form its tense, voice or mood is called an Auxiliary verb. Have, be (am, is, are, was and were) and do are usually used as auxiliary verbs. They can be used as Main verbs as well. Examples: I have […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Primary Auxiliary Verbs Primary auxiliary verbs are derived from the verbs BE, HAVE, and DO. Primary auxiliary verbs which are derived from the verb BE are am, is, are, were and was. I am a teacher. I was a teacher. He is my friend. He was my friend. […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Auxiliary Verb A verb which helps another verb to form its tense, voice or mood is called an Auxiliary verb. Have, be (am, is, are, was and were) and do are usually used as auxiliary verbs. They can be used as Main verbs as well. Examples: I have […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Intransitive Verb An intransitive verb is the verb that does not take an object. Examples: He laughed loudly. In this sentence, the verb “laughed” does not need an object to complete the sentence. So the verb “laugh” is an intransitive verb. I daily wake up at 5am. Here […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

Transitive Verb A transitive verb is the verb which takes an object. Examples: • Mr. Hales takes the class today morning. By this sentence, Mr. Hales takes the class. Here……… The word “Mr. Hales” is the noun. The word “the class” is the object. The word “takes” is […]

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20 Nov 2014
Nov 20 2014

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