What is a verb


What is a verb

Generally used to indicate the action or state of the word. Basically, every complete sentence has a verb. To indicate the second action, you can use adjectives, nouns, peering conjunctions, subordinate connectives, or adding clauses.

sudden jump, surprise, raid and other description of the action is a verb.

Chinese grammar that people or things action or a dynamic change. Generally appear in the noun subject or the main clause behind.

Verb grammar system

English Verb Grammar System (English Verb Grammar System)

“Verb”, as the name suggests is that action, a dynamic word. Usually in a sentence will contain the “subject”, predicate, object. Verbs are generally used as predicates.

Chinese verb grammar system (Chinese verb grammar system)

“Verb” means the action, existence, and changing words of people or things, such as walking, laughing, having, watching, writing, flying, falling, protecting, starting to get up, going up.

Chinese verb classification

Verbs are words that express actions, behaviors, mental activities, or changes in existence. E.g:

Expressing Action Behavior: Saying Read and Listen Laughing Take and Fly Run and Eat Sing and Drink Knock Sit and Swipe Stare Kicking and Smelling Criticism Publicity and Defendancy Study, To start, stop, prohibit

Means existence, change, disappearance: at, death, with, equal, occurrence, evolution, development, growth, death, existential, extinction

Mental activity: think, love, hate, fear, miss, plan, like, hope, fear, worry, hate, feel, think

Judge: yes, yes, yes

Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, willing, willing, dare, want, should, should, with, worth, rather

Come and go and come and go and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and come and go and come and go Out of the Lord, go back, go to the past

Express verbs of development: such as growth, withered, germination, the result, spawning;

According to the verb can bring object, can be divided into transitive and transitive verb two categories.

Grammatical Features of Verbs

1. Some verbs can overlap, meaning “action short” or “try”, which is the representation of tense.

Single syllable verb overlap is: AA

Look – look, think – think

Try – try, talk – talk

Two-syllable verb overlapping form is: ABAB

Learning – Learning to learn, criticizing – Criticizing criticism

Discussion – discussion and discussion, rest – rest and rest

Verbs are more complicated, some need to be explained.

2. The verb “is”

I. “Yes” is used in front of the noun is a verb, this “is” often indicates the subject “equals” or “belongs to what.” For example, “Lu Xun is Zhou Shuren,” “cow is a ruminant,” “he is a car,” “he saved me.” In addition, “This year, people are rich harvest, I am a poor year, closing autumn Did not eat “and so inside” is “is still a verb, as predicate.

II. “Yes” is used in front of verbs and adjectives to indicate affirmation that “true” or “real” means can be regarded as modal adverbs and adverbials such as “I understand”, “he [is] Brave “,” do [that] is good. ”

3. Verb “Have”

“Only” when a verb is used, can not be used as an adverb. E.g:

Excuse me, are there pens here? (Wrong) Excuse me, are there any pens here?

Is Li Guang there? (Wrong) Li Guang is there?

Did Teacher Li teach you? (Wrong) Teacher Li taught you? / Teacher Li once taught you?

Are you injured? (Wrong) Injured?

4. Auxiliary verbs

Aid verbs are verbs that can be put in a “no X no” (dare not) format in the word. Auxiliary verbs can be used as predicates, such as “can not do this,” “completely okay.” However, they are often used as verbs in front of verbs and adjectives, indicating the subjective willingness of the actors and the possibility and necessity of expressing them. For example, “we must [stick to] the principle.” “Spring is coming, and the weather [should] be warmer.”

5. Trend verb

Trend verbs can be used as predicates alone, such as “the moon goes, the sun has not come out.” Also often used in other verbs or adjectives behind the trend. As a complement to the trend, such as “take a book”, “take a book”, “take book.

Grammatical Features of Chinese Verbs

(1) Most can act as a verbal object and can be used as a predicate or predicate center (core), such as “He is coming.” “We love the motherland.”

(2) The verb can be modified by the adverb “不”. Only a few verbs and some willing verbs can add degree adverbs such as “afraid of him”, “like him” and “admire him” .

(3) Can form “V not V” type and bring the object to express questions, such as “do not read the book.”

(4) After the majority of verbs can be with, and, “and so on that dynamic.

(5) Some action behaviors Verbs may overlap, indicating that the number of short movements is small or the time is short or the meaning of trying, relaxing and so on is limited to indicating a sustainable action time. Monosyllabic verb overlap is AA-style, such as “think”, disyllabic verb overlap is ABAB-style, such as “clean sweep.” Some overlapping forms of dynamic object synthesis are AAB-style, such as “walking in the walk.” AA-type overlap often add “look”, said “try” to make the tone ease.

Verb exercises

(A) word fill in the blank

A 毕业 B 生病 C 结婚 D 出发 E 谈话

1.他已经从那个大学( )了。

2.老板和客户正在办公室里( ),你先别进去。

3.小王和小丽谈了很长时间恋爱了,他们什么时候( )?

4.明天你们去爬长城,大概几点( )?

5.大卫今天没来上课,听说他( )了。

(B) verb conjunctions into sentences

1.他以前 我 过 帮助


2.我们 的话 好好 聊一 聊 有空儿


3,买的 这件 在哪儿 衣服


4.服务员 他 住在 九号楼 安排


5.他没用 就 做完了 所有的 练习 几分钟


(C) choose the correct answer

1.这个语法很难。老师( )了半天,我也没听懂。

A 写 B 讲 C 看 D 谈 E 告诉

2.这个消息让我( )

A 想得很吃惊 B感到很吃惊 C 看来很吃惊 D想到 E 听起来很吃惊

3.我( )她有点儿不高兴。

A 觉得 B 考虑 C 看 D 听 E 读

4.小张已经结( )婚,大家都知道他的妻子是个美国人。

A 的 B 过 C 了 D 着 E 又

5.她刚从国外回来,很多朋友都( )

A 请客她 B 她请客 C 请她的客 D 她的请客 E 请客她的

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