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The English Verb 1
► Summaries of verb formation, tense usage, complementation, and phrasal verbs
verb forms and tenses 1
six basic verb forms 1
Aadhaar Form 1
present participle 4
past participle 5
Tenses Formation and Uses 5
three simple tenses 5
three perfect tenses 7
three progressive tenses 8
intense period 9
passive voice 9
Guide to Conjugation 10
Guide to Complements and Phrasal Verbs 11
verb complement 12
complement type 13
single grammatical element supplement 13
Multiple Grammatical Elements Supplement 14
phrasal verb 14
Separable and inseparable phrasal verbs 15
Most common phrase particle 17
555 conjugated verbs 19
Alphabetically sorted, Top 40 Verbs with Complements, Phrasal Verbs and Expressions: Full page of examples adjacent to selected conjugation/complement pages
irregular verb forms index 616
base form index of all irregular verb forms in the book
The Big Book of English Verbs provides more information about the most important verbs in the English language than any other book ever written.
It includes basic conjugation and comprehensive usage patterns for 152 irregular verbs (all the irregular verbs you’ll probably encounter), along with the most commonly used 403 regular verbs: 555 verbs in total, with over 14,000 example sentences. Together.
No other book offers these unique features:
Complete list of complements for each verb
Verb complements are grammatical structures that verbs use to make correct, meaningful sentences. There are 18 basic complements in English, as well as dozens of combinations of these.
For example, the verb aide, when it means “help, support”, can be used with two complements at once: an object and an infinitive.
However, the infinitive must be in its base form, that is, used without it which would normally accompany an infinitive.
verb forms and tense usage
six basic verb forms
Six basic verb forms are used to make up the entire tense system of English: the base form, the present, the past tense, the infinitive, the present participle, and the past participle.
These forms are illustrated in the following chart by the regular verb walk and the irregular verb fly.
The base form of a verb is its form in the dictionary entry. For example, if you looked up sing, the dictionary would basically tell you about the song.
The base form is also the source (or basis) of the present (with some exceptions), infinitive and present participle of verbs, whether the verb is regular or irregular.
The base form is used as a verb in three ways.
(1) It is followed by some auxiliary verbs, the most important being the modal auxiliary verb or modal in short: can, may/might, would/shall, shall/must, and must.
(Modal verbs themselves have no base form, infinitive, present participle, or past participle; they only have present and past tense forms.)
Note the base form of the verb is in the following sentences.
I may be a little late.
He will be in New York for the whole week.
you should be more careful.
Other verbs that come after the base form of the verb include dare (with no), need (with no), and help.
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