English - Verbs
What are Verbs?
A verb is a word that used to denote an action, the condition of the subject or what is possessed by the subject.
Object of a Verb
If we ask what or whom after the verb, the answer we get is the object of the verb.
Kinds of Verbs
1) Transitive Verb
A verb which requires an object to complete its meaning is called a Transitive Verb.
2) Intrasitive Verb
A verb which does not require an object to complete its meaning, but makes good sense by itself, is called an intransitive verb.
3) Incomplete Predication
Transitive and intransitive verbs which need the help of some word or words to complete the sense of the sentences are called verbs of incomplete predication.
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