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“I read for hours.”
Verbs convey specific actions. They can be used in a wide variety of ways and are modified to describe when they took place, to whom, and other modifiers depending on the context. In English there is usually no such thing as a masculine and feminine version of a verb – we just use the same word for both sexes (though of course there may be verbs more strongly associated with male or female actions). This is similar situation with nouns, which for everyday objects tend to lack gender.
To climb To be climbing To have been climbing To have climbed.
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“Go clean the room.”
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Basics of English Grammar Rules.
“Plato loved philosophy.”
Since most sentences describe a real or abstract action, there is generally a thing performing the action, and something upon which the action is performed. The performer is the object , and anything named in the sentence that is affected by the action is the subject. Note that a subject does not always have to be present; for example:
The phrase ‘adds up to’ contains the verb ‘add’ and the preposition ‘up to’, creating a meaning that is equivalent to the word ‘equal’.
English Grammar Online Exercises and Downloadable Worksheets.
Verbs are inflected to denote a wider variety of meanings. This can range from tense (past, present or future and derivatives), voice, and also mood.
Imperatives are used to explicitly instruct a person or animal to perform an action. They can be seen as direct commands. For example:
These are used to show some kind of situational information about an object.
These are a special class of verbs that work not as single words but as phrases. They are stock phrases that have been defined by common usage, and are often somewhat more conversational in tone. Since they are made up of two or more words, there are many possibilities for phrasal verbs, and it would not be possible to make a comprehensive list in an article. However, you can learn to recognise them easily enough. They typically consist of a verb plus an adverb (a word to describe a verb – see the next section), or sometimes a verb plus a preposition. To understand the latter type, look at this example:
Sentences are the most common type of grammatical unit found in writing. They generally consist of a series of words that are linked to create a larger meaning, but sentences may also consist of just one word. Sentences are used to express anything from a statement, a question, a request, an instruction, or an exclamation.
contains the word ‘on’ as a preposition. It links the book with the floor by telling us where the book is in relation to the floor. In this way, prepositions indicate the relationships between multiple objects or environments.
A Guide to Adverbs.
If nouns describe objects, people and other things, then adjectives describe some quality of that thing. In the ‘quick brown fox’ sentence example, the word ‘quick’ is the adjective. It tells us that the fox is not just a fox, but is a particularly fast, speedy, nimble or just generally quick fox.
“The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.”
Present simple; ‘I speak’ Present perfect progressive ‘I have been speaking’ Present perfect simple ‘I have spoken’
the word ‘quickly’ becomes the adverb, as it relates directly to the verb ‘jumped’ in order to tell us how the fox jumped. ‘The dog slept lazily’ provides another example, with the word ‘lazily’ giving extra colour to the idea of a dog sleeping. Adverbs are therefore powerful descriptive tools and are used with great frequency in all kinds of English.
describes the person doing the action simply as ‘he’.
“To eat”, for example, can be used by itself. It could be the answer to the question “what does your dog like to do?”, in which case the subject is implied to be the dog and does not necessarily need to be reiterated.
“Break into” (illegally enter), “blow up” (explode), “back up” (reverse e.g. a car) are all other examples of phrasal verbs that may not have an immediately obvious literal meaning to non native speakers. Though they add a layer of complication to language, they often function in spoken and written English to reduce the level of formality.
“Your shopping adds up to three pounds.”
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