English Terminology Quiz Part 2 (Verbs and Pronouns)

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1. a full verb, where the reader knows who’s doing the action, how many people are doing it and when it’s being done – e.g. “The man was running across the park.”

  • Past Participle
  • Finite Verb
  • Infinitive
  • Non-finite Verb
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2. the more usual type of verb, one which has can take an object – e.g. “John killed the sheep.”

  • Transitive Verb
  • Intransitive Verb
  • Past Participle
  • Modal Verb

3. not a full verb, where the reader does not know who’s doing the action, how many people are doing it and when it’s being done – e.g. “running across the park.”

  • Intransitive Verb
  • Non-finite Verb
  • Finite Verb
  • Present Participle

4. the helping verb – the little one which helps form the precise tense – such as “have” “was” or “did”

  • Auxiliary Verb
  • Stative Verb
  • Modal Verb
  • Non-finite Verb

5. the –ing form of the verb – e.g. “running”, playing”, “going”

  • Perfective Aspect
  • Active Voice
  • Present Participle
  • Lexical Verb

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