Phrasal verbs are used very commonly in English, even more so in informal situations. Phrasal verbs consist of a verb and a preposition or a particle.
Auxiliary verbs help the main verb to express tense or voice or help make questions and negative sentences. That's why they're also called 'helping verbs'.
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
'She smiled beautifully'. 'She started a rumor'. One of these sentences has an intransitive verb and one has a transitive one. Want to know the difference?
Actions and States
'I'm loving it!' or 'I love it!' Do you want to know which one of these famous advertisement mottos are correct? You got to learn about state and action verbs!
Linking verbs are connectors of the language. Their only job is to link a subject with a subject complement. Want to know how?
Regular and Irregular Verbs
Based on how we conjugate verbs in the past simple and the past participle, they can be divided into two types: Regular verbs and Irregular verbs.
Have you ever repeated a word too much that made you think How boring it got! You can use dummy verbs instead of repeated verbs.
It's time to learn how to identify the verb phrase in a sentence. Learning about verb phrases is essential in speaking and writing without mistakes.
Verbs are one of the most necessary elements to make a sentence. In fact, without a verb, we cannot have a meaningful sentence.
Reflexive verbs are verbs that are used transitively to reflect back to the subject. Let us learn more. Follow the article.
Modal Verbs vs. Normal Verbs
Normal verbs and modal verbs are different types of verbs that may confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn their differences and uses.
Make vs. Do
This time, we're gonna focus a bit on grammatically confusing words. I promise you this journey will be as fascinating as the others. C'mon.
Maybe vs. May be
This time, we're gonna delve into more grammatically confusing words. If you don't know about them, no need to worry. You're here to learn, remember?
Off vs. Of
This time, let's focus on some grammatically confusing words. Do you wanna expand your knowledge of the English language? Join me, then.
Wait vs. Await
I'm sure you've come across these two verbs before, haven't you? Well, If you don't know their differences, I'm here to tell you. Come on.
Has vs. Have
This time, we're gonna differentiate between these two conjugations of the auxiliary verb 'have'. I promise you won't regret learning about them.