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Brush up your 'English Verbs' - Learn forms of verbs quickly ( Basic English Grammar Lesson)

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Brush up your 'English Verbs' - Learn forms of verbs quickly ( Basic English Grammar Lesson) http://www.learnex.in/what-are-verbs-forms-english-grammar-lesson In this English Grammar lesson you will learn what a verb is and also about various forms of verbs. Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com What is a verb? A verb is an action word. It indicates the action in the present, past and future tenses. When we use a verb, we have to say who or what is doing the action. This ‘who or what’ is the subject of the verb. With the subjects: I, you, we, they – do not add s, ies or es to the verb • I exercise daily. • We go to work in the morning. With the subjects: he, she, it or a name- add s, es or ies • He exercises daily. • She goes to work in the morning. A verb has three main or basic forms Present: This refers to something that is existing or happening now or happens routinely. • I work out daily. • She eats dinner at 10 pm. • I talk to Peter once in a while. Past: This form of a verb is used to indicate that something has already been completed. • She ate dinner at 10 pm. • I talked to Peter. Past participle: It is used with the helping verb such as has, have or had.  Have with I, you we and they (present)  Has with He, she, it or name (present) • She has read the book. • I have read the book.  Had with I, you, we, they, he, she, it or name (past) • They had read the book. Present Participle: This is formed by adding -ing to the end of present verbs. It is used with forms of the verb to be, such as am, is, are, was, or were. This expresses an on-going action • I am going to work right now.  Am, is and are with present  Was and were with the past Infinitive: This form consists of the word “to” followed by a verb  I need to see a doctor. (To see is an infinitive in the above sentence) So these are the various forms of the verb in English, go ahead and use them in your sentences and make your English perfect.
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joseph swaroop (8 months ago)
U will create the video about the direct and indirect speech
joseph swaroop (8 months ago)
Use full lesson mam
Parmar Hamir (8 months ago)
very bakvas style ap English sikha rahi Ho na ki English ka class le rahi he
Tuki kumari (8 months ago)
Nitish kashyap (10 months ago)
Thanku for giving some time for us
verb samjaya jaa tense
Seema Lohani (11 months ago)
Sorry mam it's not
Seema Lohani (11 months ago)
I like your teching
Ajay Singh (1 year ago)
Thanks mam
MatiUllah Shah (1 year ago)
Great sister.. u explained very well
Md Yusuf (1 year ago)
I like your teaching . Soooo helpful..
ANMOL RAMAWAT (1 year ago)
Can you please make a video on all types of verbs
noor shah (1 year ago)
Qumar Ahmad (1 year ago)
Pratheek rpai (1 year ago)
Excellent Lesson. Thank you miss.
deepak Sajwan (1 year ago)
I have not cleard last concept
ARBIND DAS (1 year ago)
Deepika Gazta (1 year ago)
thanku....n u hv a very charming personality:))
luo yong (1 year ago)
thank you teacher !
Devesh Kushwaha (1 year ago)
very nice
Krishna Chandra (1 year ago)
you have got only 9 dislike great so you are teaching superb
Shrikrishan Kshatriya (1 year ago)
very informative...and nice
Murshi Intracell (1 year ago)
by describing 12 tenses and it's usage in different situations will get better understand what you explained here in my opinion
Guru Murthy (2 years ago)
Simple concepts, well explained thank you
saihemanth s (2 years ago)
confusion MEI dhal diyaa tuu
Madam, can you please enlighten us on the usage of the word "Apparently"? Don't disappoint.
Emiliano Diaz (2 years ago)
why do you pronounce GO like gu?
Liezl Naik (2 years ago)
May I enquire the difference of "I have to see a doctor" versus "I need to see a doctor"?
Jack Winston (2 years ago)
Hello Sonia and everyone. I liked your lesson; however, one of the problems with teaching English is that there are so many ways to do it. To me there are four forms of verbs (except for 'to be'); they are the: Base Form (Infinitive); Past Simple; Past Participle; Preset Participle (-ing). My only disagreement with you is on your definition of the infinitive. To me the Infinitive is the basic form of a verb with no letters on the end of it. But I don't believe that the infinitive is 'to" + 'base form'. What about this sentence? "I will go tomorrow." To me 'go' is in its Infinitive or Base Form. Another problem is that other grammarians will say the third person form is a separate verb form. It goes on and on. Anyways, I'm not saying my way is better. Cheers.
Deo Brata Dutta (2 years ago)
Useful for beginners.
Nazrul Islam (2 years ago)
Thank you ! <3
Jagadeeshwar Reddy (2 years ago)
Mam can you give some lessons on tenses in English ?????????
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Layanvi De Alwis (2 years ago)
Happy New Year ...!!!
Jagdish Negi (2 years ago)
thx it is very use full
Hanna Flores (2 years ago)
Can you make a video regarding on liaisons and linking words together
beatstar (2 years ago)
Roberto Romero Carmona (2 years ago)
'to followed'?!
mind Video (2 years ago)
I'm done.. he was gone ... which tense
Ali Asad Bohari (2 years ago)
Thank you so much mam. your way of English speaking is very natural, unlike others who just pretend to be like native speakers.
kyrul Ibzul (2 years ago)
Present participle in this lesson known as present ciontinous i
D. O. (2 years ago)
Than u teatcher sonia that was a very good lesson
Mari juana (2 years ago)
thanks for explaining those words.
Eton Kogoya (2 years ago)
thank you so much
Ramadanmustafa Mustafa (2 years ago)
the lesson was easy, but we still did very significant review with you . i honestly apprehend the diffrence between this things more than any time. thanks a lot
"It's the easy things that we tend to make mistakes in". I find that this is so true! Since we find the easy things so "easy", we forget to focus on them and unintentionally make errors.
Amasa Wal. Aniya nice (2 years ago)
Thank you
Swapnil Ranjane (2 years ago)
very good explained
Mounir Ps (2 years ago)
useful lesson sister. thank you.
Puspita Das (2 years ago)
sorry ma'am, but what you said about present participle is not right... is/am/are +verb+ing is the form of present continuous/present progressive... in case of past continuous that will be was/were+verb+ing...
Ali Ahmed (2 years ago)
Thank you really fantastic.
deepika singh (2 years ago)
Pls do something on tenses
Praveen Menaria (2 years ago)
deepika singh
Rana Shahzaib (2 years ago)
mam your style is very good
rupesh saini kashipur (1 year ago)
Rana Shahzaib
mehari tekle (2 years ago)
Thank you very much sis,
thank u
kind too (2 years ago)
Thanks sister l get it so clear
Oustrou Pistache (2 years ago)
thanks a lot for the so helpfull video Sonia. Can you please explain me the expression you are using at 1'14"? It sounds like "and so on and sofort". Thanks in advance and have the best day!
Oustrou Pistache (2 years ago)
+Mark Rios Thanks a lot, too cool from you. Sounds like "und so weiter und sofort" in German, means even the same. Have the best evening!
Mark Rios (2 years ago)
Urs Hrmn "And so on and so forth," just a way of saying, "and on and on," or, "and more examples like theses." It's a common expression in English.
আড়াল (2 years ago)
I'm from nepchun
Where? O.o
jilan shaik (2 years ago)
thanks for recording this information
Djebbari Djalil (2 years ago)

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