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Types of Verbs + Examples Action Verb

Stative Verb

Describes an action that someone can do or demonstrate

Describes a position or state of being that you can’t see, but exists anyway

Example: We baked a carrot cake.

Example: You deserve a prize.

Regular Verb

Irregular Verb

Only adds -d or -ed in its past tense form

Changes form in the past tense

Example: We walked to the concert. (walk)

Example: I spoke to my neighbor. (speak)

Transitive Verb

Intransitive Verb

Expresses an action and is followed by a direct object

Expresses an action, isn’t followed by a direct object, may be followed by a phrase

Example: Oliver sends his love.

Example: We sat on the stone wall.

Linking Verb

Auxiliary Verb

Connects the subject to details about the subject

Helps the main verb of a sentence by extending its meaning

Example: You seem like a

thoughtful person.

Example: I have been there before.

Compound Verb Two combined words that make one new verb

Example: Can you babysit my kids tonight? https://grammar.yourdictionary.com/parts-of-speech/verbs/what-is-a-verb.html