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” This is a word that shows an action, an event or a state of being.”

Verb is derived from the Latin word “verbum” which means action.

In primary section, verb is often taught to us as ‘action word’, so that we can understand it easily. But as we reach higher classes, we understand that verb is not just an action word but it also shows an event or a state of being.

Verb is considered as an important part of speech as each and every sentence consists of at least one verb.

It is very easy to locate verb as it is often positioned after noun or pronoun.

For eg: Sara ran after her dog. ( Here, verb ‘ran’ is given after the noun ‘Sara’ )

The main function of verb is to describe what the subject is doing. And it also provides us with additional information like tense…

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