Complete Banking Exams Preparation VERBS
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Verbs are often known as 'doing words'. . They can also show 'having' or 'being' VERBS For example: . - The lion roared and scared the rabbit. The man went on holidays for 10 days. .- The agent is very dedicated to her work.
. Present (am, is , are), Past (was, were), Future (will be) Ex- I am a teacher, He is a father. - They were his sisters. Without Main Verb . Present (has, have), Past (had), Future (will have) Ex I have a balloon . They had a car . He has my diary.
Verb (V1) Present Indefinite A.V. Only in Affirmative sentence or sentences Starting with who Third person singular takes verb with 's, es, ies' in end . He likes to play. Who likes to play? He does not like to play. Why do they like to play? . Third person singular takes DOES and rest subjects take DO in case of negative and interrogative sentence
. Verb (V2) Past Indefinite .V. Only in Affirmative sentence or sentences starting with who, we use V2 . He liked to play. Who liked to play? . He did not like to play. . Why did he like to play? Did along-with V1 is used in case of negative and interrogative sentence 1
Will + Verb (V1) Future Indefinite .V. Ex . He will go to the party. . Who will go to the party? . He will not go the party . When will we go to the party'?
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