THE VERB A Verb are the action words in a sentence that describes what subject is doing . A Verb may tell us : What a person or thing does ; as, Hari laughs. The clock strikes. What is done to a person or thing ; as, Hari is shocked. The window is broken. What a person or thing is ; as, The cat is dead. Glass is brittle. Examples : The girls were singing . I have learnt my lessons. He is running. KINDS : TRANSITIVE & INTRANSITIVE VERBS * Transitive Verbs : A Transitive Verb is one that makes a complete sense if it exerts its action on an object. Example : The girls carry water to their village. She loves rainbow. * Intransitive Verbs : An Intransitive Verb is one that doesn't make a complete sense. Example : They jumped. The dog ran.
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