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Form of the verb in the English language

In this part of the speech, as a verb in the English language, you can say «hold» the whole grammar. It is not surprising that each of the forms of the verbs in the English language thoroughly studied and understands, and therefore materials on the verb, well, very much.


Recall that the verb (the Verb) — is part of the speech, which refers to an action or state. Given the importance of the verb and its role in the sentence, we divide the whole verb system of English into the following components: semantic verbs (notional verbs), service (semi-auxiliary verbs) and secondary (auxiliary verbs). For more information on these official verbs as modal verbs, you can learn in the article of the same name. Auxiliary verbs are presented in a separate article.

English verbs have four basic forms: indeterminate (indefinite), a form of the simple past tense (Past Simple), first communion I of the present time (present participle), second Participle II past tense (past participle). About three forms, except the infinitive, see the article «Three forms of irregular verbs in the English language.»

The historical development of the past tense in English contributed to the fact that English verbs are divided into two large groups: the right (regular verbs) and irregular (irregular verbs). The difference between the verbs indicated in the article «regular and irregular verbs in English.»

Verbs, performing the role of a predicate in a sentence, a verb in the personal form (finite form). They have a person number, aspect, time and inclination guarantee. But the non-personal forms of verbs in the English language (non-finite form) are just part of the predicate, as the above categories do not possess. On each of the three non-personal forms of verbs in the English language you can learn in the articles, they immediately called: sacrament participle, infinitive infinitive, gerund gerund.

Form of the verb in the English language — quite a difficult topic, so while learning theory, take plenty of time practical part, the accumulated knowledge to work.

 

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