Definition of Verb:
“A verb is a word used for saying something about person or thing” – C. Nesfield
“A verb is a word that tells or assert something about a person or thing.” – Wren & Martin
A word that indicates an action or a state of being by a subject is called a verb.
Examples of Verbs as a Part of Speech:
- Alberto was making a sketch.
- When Alex came here, I was having my brunch.
- After coming here, Juan prepared lunch for us.
- Russev could not do it since he caught a cold last night.
- She sings beautifully.
- He runs five miles every day.
- They dance until midnight.
- I read a book last night.
- She writes poetry in her free time.
- He speaks three languages fluently.
- They play tennis on weekends.
- I cook dinner every night.
- She studies hard for her exams.
- He drives a car to work.
- They swim in the ocean during the summer.
- I watch movies on Netflix.
- She paints landscapes on the weekends.
- He teaches history at the local high school.
- They travel to different countries every year.
- He bought some medicine yesterday but did not take them without doctor’s confirmation.
- Though we often failed each other, we are happy.
- We spend a great amount of time together and we want to do it forever.
- Don’t just sit there idly when you should take the first move.
- He was lying on the bed when we were having fun in the club.
- Don’t lie when someone asks you a serious question.
- The lobsters seemed delicious but we could eat that.
- He looked pale yesterday but he is glowing today.
- It appears to be a big stone.
- He has some very important works to do.
- They remained behind as the rest of the players went ahead.
- It is not wise to drive down this slippery road.
- They are ready to play now.
- She felt it difficult to comprehend.
- You need a sound sleep to calm yourself down.
- I know that you can cook well.