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FutureStarrWhat's a verb defination
A verb is an action word that tells what is happening to something. It is a word that tells about movement. If a verb is used to describe more than one action word, it can then be classified as a verb phrase.Using verbs isn’t as easy as just tossing them in a sentence. They need to represent the tense you want, as well as match the subject (subject-verb agreement, explained below). This is called verb conjugation, or changing the verb to fit the sentence. In English, there are four main tenses, each divided into three time periods, totalling twelve tenses. Some other tenses exist, but these are the most common ones.Of course, knowing the right word in every circumstance is not easy, especially if English isn’t your primary language. Don’t be afraid to use the Grammarly writing assistant. In addition to catching all spelling and grammar mistakes while you write, Grammarly can also suggest better word choice. Grammarly’s writing feedback can recommend better, stronger verbs with the meaning you’re looking for, as well as suggest alternatives to words you use over and over again. Try it and see how your writing improves!
: a word that characteristically is the grammatical center of a predicate and expresses an act, occurrence, or mode of being, that in various languages is inflected for agreement with the subject, for tense, for voice, for mood, or for aspect, and that typically has rather full descriptive meaning and characterizing quality but is sometimes nearly devoid of these especially when used as an auxiliary or linking verb Recent Examples on the Web: Noun That is until Zoom simplified the process to such a degree that its company name is now a verb for millions of users around the world. — John Dillon, Forbes, 15 Nov. 2021 For millions of people, Slack is a verb, a utility, and a way of life. — Declan Harty, Fortune, 13 Oct. 2021 Start each sentence with an action verb like directed, created, drove, headed, implemented, etc. — Robin Ryan, Forbes, 2 Nov. 2021 The word ‘wrong’ can be an adjective, a noun and a verb.
New York Times, 2 Nov. 2021 For millions of people, Slack is a verb, a utility, and a way of life. — Declan Harty, Fortune, 13 Oct. 2021 The word first appeared as a noun in the 1980s and then started to be used as a verb in the early 21st century, according to the report. — Jack Guy, CNN, 1 Nov. 2021 In Italian, as in French, there are also distinctions in the aspect of the verb that don’t exist in German. — Dylan Byron, The New Yorker, 24 Oct. 2021 For millions of people, Slack is a verb, a utility, and a way of life. — Declan Harty, Fortune, 13 Oct. 2021 to use (a word and especially a noun) as a verb : to make (a word) into a verb A television announcer in Vero Beach, Fla., spoke of a promise "to upkeep the beach," thus verbing a word that had been in use as an honest noun since 1884.— James Kilpatrick But it is by no means unusual for a noun to be verbed.— Theodore M. Bernstein (Source: www.merriam-webster.com)