Verb

 
A Verb is a word which is used to discribe an action, state or possession.
 
 
Types of Verbs
 
1. Main / Principal Verb
2. Auxillary / Helping Verb
 
 
 
Main / Principal Verb - 
 
Main / Principal Verbs are those verbs that expresses its full meaning without the help of any other verb.
Eg - Read, Use, Run, etc.
 
 
Auxillary / Helping Verb - 
 
Auxillary / Helping Verbs are those verbs that supports another verb in forming its tense.
Eg - Am, Do, Has, May, etc.
 
 
 
Types of Principal Verbs 
 
1. Weak Verbs
2. Strong Verbs 
 
 
Weak Verbs - 
 
Weak Verbs are those verbs in which for making them of past tense, we have to just add 'ed' at the end.
Eg - 
 
Present - Past
 
Ask - Asked
Agree - Agreed
Cry - Cried
Clash - Clashed
Help - Helped
Join - Joined
Pass - Passed
Store - Stored
Seize - Seized
Waste - Wasted
 
 
 
Strong Verbs - 
 
Strong Verbs are those verbs in which we donot add 'ed' at the end for making it past tense verb.
Eg -
 
Strong Verbs have 3 parts - 
Present Tense Verb - Past Tense Verb - Past Participle
 
Arise - Arose - Arisen
Burn - Burnt - Burnt
Catch - Caught - Caught
Do - Did - Done
Eat - Ate - Eaten
Fly - Flew - Flown
Go - Went - Gone
Run - Ran - Run
Sit - Sat - Sat
 
Cut - Cut - Cut
Set - Set - Set
Cost - Cost - Cost
Let - Let - Let