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Part Of Speech Verb And Adverb


Verbs are the most vital segment of any sentence. These words discuss the activity or the condition of anything or subject.
This implies verbs indicate what the subject is doing or what is the state or circumstance of the subject.
Eg:- He rushed to the store.
Here the verb ran depicts the activity of the subject 'he'
A verb gives us one of the accompanying three subtle elements.

  • It discloses to us what a man or thing is doing. 
  • It discloses to us what is being done to a man or thing. 
  •  It educates us concerning the status of a man or thing. 
English speaking Part of Speech verb and adverb
 English speaking Part of Speech Verb And Adverb

Transitive Verbs 

These Action Verbs have an unmistakable question on which, or for which the activity is being performed. That implies that the activity has a distinct beneficiary or protest. To recognize them you can make the inquiry what is the/did the subject-verb-?
Rose is painting the kitchen dividers.
Eg:- Here the verb is painting and the subject isRose.

Intransitive Verbs 

These verbs additionally demonstrate an activity yet here there is no particular question on which the activity is being finished. To perceive these verbs, we make the inquiry what is the/did the subject-verb-? On the off chance that there is no answer present, at that point, the verb in the sentence is an Intransitive Verb.
Transitive Form Intransitive Form
He sank the ship.
The ship sank.
The jackass kicked the man.
This jackass never kicks
Slam drives the auto.
Slam drives.


An adverb is a word or set of words that modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs.
He speaks slowly (modifies the verb speaks )
He speaks all too slowly (modifies the adverb slowly)

Types of Adverb

1. Adverbs of Time 

  • Press the button now. ( now - adverb of time) 
  • I have never been. ( never - adverb of time) 
  • I tell him daily. ( daily - adverb of time)

2. Adverbs of Place

  • Daisies grow everywhere. ( everywhere - adverb of place) 
  • I did not put it there.  ( there - adverb of place)
  • in, out, here, there, under, above, out, here, there, under, above  

3. Adverbs of Manner

  • He passed the re-sit easily. ( easily - adverb of manner) 
  • The lion crawled stealthily. ( stealthily - adverb of manner)

4. Adverbs of Degree

  • That is the farthest I have ever jumped. ( farthest - adverb of degree) 
  • He boxed more cleverly.
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