What are Verbs?
We use verbs to describe a state, occurrence, or an action as it is a combination of words. It is a sentence's part by which we learn the type of subject we perform. They are a central core of English sentences. Examples; John Monroe walks in the morning. (A usual action). Neil Lewis does not love to walk in the park. ( A negative action). Jennifer is a good girl (A state of being). What are the basic forms of verbs? There are six total fundamental forms of verbs. All of them are as follows; Base form - Kids play in the playground Infinitive - Tell them not to run Past Tense - They played basketball yesterday. Past Participle - I have eaten a sandwich. Gerund - Cycling is the best exercise. Present participle - I saw them watching movie with her today. What is a role of a verb? In English language, we have to place every word in a particular area and verb plays a unique role in every English sentence. If word is playing a verb's role, it might not be related to a real world. If yes then, it is a verb. Consider these examples for further understanding. As I phlomoggled my 2000 yard in the New York city, I suddenly shallimped two birds. Jennifer pazotors as occasionally as she can. A group of Mary's friends believe she had never chorstined before. This time next month, you will be forrisking through the tropical forest.
Strong Verbs Make Your Writing Standout
Even after creating a grammatically correct sentence and supporting it with adjectives and adverbs, you fail to make your sentence work. A wise man once said, "Write with nouns and verbs, not with adjectives and adverbs," author of The Elements of Style. It is important to understand that good writing is about using suitable nouns and strong verbs. If you want to strengthen your writing, make sure you avoid using state-of-being verbs such as is, am, are, might, could, can, have, has, had, do, shall, will, was, were, and several others. These are passive. Also, verbs that rely on adverbs such as 'ran quickly,' or 'secretly listened,' should not be used, and verbs with -ing suffixes. Strong verbs, on the other hand, are those that convey more information than a simple action. What an adjective + verb and adverb + verb can do, these strong verbs do it on their own. Strong verbs that convey emotion, intention, speed, or significance can make your writing stand out.