Top : VERBS
- Active Voice
- If the verb indicates that the subject is the doer of the action, we refer to the sentence as being written in Active Voice.
- Imperative Mood
- The imperative mood gives a command or an appeal. The subject of the verb is understood ("you").
- Passive Voice
- If the verb indicates the subject receives the action, then we refer to the sentence as being written in Passive Voice.
- Rules for Verb Tenses
- The tense of a verb should accurately express the time of the action. If you break this rule, then you confuse the reader as to when the event took place.
- SHALL and WILL
- Conjugation of Shall and Will as Auxiliaries (with Choose).
- Subjunctive Mood
- The subjunctive mood has a special form of the verb; it expresses a wish, conscious choice, or a condition contrary to fact.
- Verbs - Person and Numbers
- Since verbs in some instances change their form as their subjects change in person and number, we can agree that a verb agrees with its subject in person and number.
- What is a Linking Verb?
- When we use a verb to connect the subject of a sentence with a predicate noun, pronoun, or adjective, we call it a "linking verb."
- What is a Verb?
- Words that express action are called verbs. The verb is the grammatical core of every sentence.
Top : VERBS