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Voyages 8 Vebs Chapter
Copied from the Voyages In English 8 book.
Terms in this set (28)
is a word used to express action, being, or state of being.
is a group of words used to do the work of a single verb.
Principal parts of the verb
are the present, the past and the past participle because all other forms of the verb are determined from these.
is a verb that forms its past tense and its past participle by adding d or ed to the present tense.
is a verb that does not form its past tense and its past participle by adding d or ed to the present tense.
is a verb that expresses an action which passes from a doer to a receiver.
is a verb that has no receiver of its action.
is a verb whose object repeats the meaning implied by the verb itself.
is a linking verb. It links or couples with the subject a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective.
is that quality of a verb which shows whether the subject is the doer or the receiver of the action.
When a verb in the passive voice "retains" the direct object it would govern if used in the active voice, this object is called a ________.
Signifies action, being, or state of being in present time.
Signifies action, being, or state of being in past time.
Signifies action, being, or state of being in future time.
Present Perfect Tense
Signifies action, being, or state of being completed or perfected in present time.
Past Perfect Tense
Signifies action, being, or state of being that will be completed or perfected before some definite past time.
Future Perfect Tense
Signifies action, being, or state of being that will be completed or perfected before some specified time in the future.
is that attribute or quality of a verb that denotes the manner in which the action, the being, or state of being is expressed.
is used to state a fact, to deny a fact, or to ask a question.
Progressive Form of the Indicative Mood
The _____ form of the verb denotes an action as going on or in progress.
Emphatic Form of the Indicative Mood
The ______ form is used to give emphasis to the verb. It is usually used only in the present and the past tenses of the active voice.
Potential Form of the Indicative Mood
is used to express permission, possibility, ability, necessity, or obligation.
Tenses of the Potential Form
is used in the present, the past, the present perfect, and the past perfect tenses, but not in the future tenses.
is used to express a command in the second person. A mild command often takes the form of an entreaty or a request.
generally expresses a wish or desire, an uncertainty, or a condition contrary to fast.
Is the orderly arrangement of a verb according to voice, mood, tense, person, and number.
Synopsis of a Verb
Is an abbreviated conjugation.
The verb must always agree with its subject in
Person and number.
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