Insert the correct form of verbs into the spaces in the following sentences: 1. A good dictionary……… A lot of things. (costs) 2. These five chairs … A thousand rupees. (costs) 3. Ten kilometres……… A long walk.
(be) 4. Sita ……… Next to my house. (live) 5. Bread and butter…….. Healthy food. (be) 6. One of these three boys ………
every year in his classroom. (situation) 7. My kite … very high in the sky. (Mouches) 8. You ……… It`s dark. (lok) 9.
All students of this school … English. 10. My lawn……… very beautiful in the spring. (see) Answers: 1. Cost 2. Cost 3. is 4. lives 5. is 6.
stands 7. Steal 8. Look 9. learn A helping verb says when the action of a sentence takes place. The verb helping has several forms on, is, are, were and will be. Examples: a collective name takes on a singular verb when the collection is considered a whole. Example: If subjects related to `or`, `nor` have different numbers, the verb must be plural and the plural subject should be placed next to the verb. For example, Mom, can I walk to the park? I jumped over the puddle. You`re swimming fast in the race. What do the words that are put forward all have in common? They`re verbs! A verb is a main part of the language commonly used to describe or display an action. Sentences are not complete without a verb.
Here are some examples: running, stopping, listening, shouting, exploring and believing. A. Point out the subject (or composite subject), then co-call the verb that corresponds to it. The first one was made for you. If two distinct names refer to the same person or person, the verb must be singular. Example: D. Point out the subject of the sentence and the correct verb in the following sentences. Verb A verb says what something does or exists. Examples: If two or more singular subjects are linked by `and` with each other, the plural verb is used.
Example: The title of a book, play, history, musical composition and the name of a country, although plural in the form of a singular verb. Example: Question 3. Highlight the verbs in the sentences below and indicate whether they are in the active or passive voice. (i) Sita loves Savitri. (ii) The wall is built by the mason. (iii) Some boys helped the injured man. (iv) The man killed the snake. v) The food prepared by Asha was eaten by Ram. Answer: (i) Sita loves Savitri.
– (Active) (ii) The wall is built by the mason. – (Passive) (iii) Some boys helped the injured. – (Active) (iv) Man killed the snake. – (Active) (v) The food prepared by Asha was eaten by Ram. Prepared – (Active) was eaten – (Passive) (c) When a sentence begins with “there,” the verb corresponds to the real subject that comes after the verb. John`s coming. There are 50 students in my class. A link links a name or adjective in the predicate to the subject. The forms of the verb `be` are the most common links.
The binding verbs can be used in all three voltage times. Insert the shape of the present into the spaces. The verbs are in parentheses. 1. A new home……. Lots of money. (costs) 2. The new car…….. Very quickly.
(walking) 3. Most things … more than before. (costs) 4. This plane……… Faster than sound. (Mouches) 5. The lawn ……… It`s good in the summer. (see) 6.
These children……… very healthy. (see) 7. One of the players……… From my village.