Wednesday, November 22, 2017

verbs use in sentences according its kinds in english



The word verb has been Latin language word in the Latin language is derived from Verbum. Verbs mean that it is clear to do or work from a verb. No sentence is complete without verbs, it is incomplete. The verbs are an important part of the sentence.senses in English grammar with examples.The verb can be classified as follows.
verb (क्रिया ) Latin  भाषा में शब्द  Verbum  से निकला है।  इसका अर्थ है  a  word verb  से कार्य का करना या होना स्पष्ट होता है।  कोई भी वाक्य बिना Verb  के अपूर्ण है , अधूरा है।  Verb  वाक्य  का एक महत्वपूर्ण  part है।  वर्ब को निम्न प्रकार से वर्गीकृत किया जा सकता है।
These Questions are always asked of us

1-What words are to be verbs?

2-What are the different types of verbs?
3-What is the meaning of verbs and examples?
4-What is an example of a verb?

 here  we try to define about Verb kind and its use in a sentence 

Some important verbs are Explained. Its Use is important in the tense.
1-Transitive Verbs
Transitive verbs area unit action verbs that invariably specific possible activities. These verbs invariably have direct objects, which means somebody or one thing receives the action of the verb
2-Intransitive Verbs
Intransitive verbs area unit action verbs that invariably specific possible activities. No object of the verb follows AN verb.
3-Auxiliary Verbs
Modal verbs are auxiliary verbs unit. That referred specific skills, prospects, permissions, and obligations. 

4-Stative Verbs

Stative verbs are often recognized as a result of the specific a state instead of an action. They generally relate to thoughts, emotions, relationships, senses, states of being, and measurements.

5-Modal Verbs

Modal verbs area unit auxiliary verbs that area unit accustomed specific skills, prospects, permissions, and obligations.
6-Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verbs aren’t single words; instead, {they area unit|they're} combos of words that are used along to require on a distinct assuming too that of the initial verb.

7-Irregular Verbs

Irregular verbs area unit those who don’t wear the regular orthography patterns of past straightforward and past
Primary Auxiliary Verbs: Primary Auxiliary Verbs are two types 
1 Primary Auxiliary Verbs   2 Modal   Auxiliary Verbs
 Primary Auxiliary Verbs are these 
 1 Verb to be is/are/am its use in present tense and was/were Its use in past tense
 2 Verb to have: has/have /had
 3 Verb to do: do /does/ did
Here we learn, how to use verb 'to be' in various Sentence
यहा  पर हम सीखेगे की Primary Auxiliary Verbs का प्रयोग किन -किन  प्रकार के tense  में होता है 
 Use of verb 'to be' in various Sentence Structures 
निचे दिये गए स्टेचर  में आप देखेंगे की यहा  helping Verb का Use  Main  Verb की तरह कियागया है। जोकि Noun और Pronoun से  पाहिले प्रयोग हुई है। 
Rule1          - Subject /is/are/am/was/were +noun/pronoun
(a) He is a boy
(b) They are students.
(c) It was me.
(d) These shirts are not of my size.
ऊपर दिए गए बाक्यो  में हम देखते है  की   is /are /am/ was/were के साथ कोई Main Verb का प्रयोग नहीं हुआ है  यहा  ये helping verb खुद  ही Main verb का कार्य करती है। 
Rule2        - Wh-word + is/are/am +subject
(a) What is that? 
(b)What age is he?
(c)Who is that?
(d) What price are apples today?
Rule3-     Subject +is/are/am/was/were + adjective:
(a) He is weeping
(b) They are ready
(c) It was dark
(d) Ramesh was happy.
Rule4    - Subject + is/are/am/was/were + preposition +adjective /possessive pronoun :
(a) The farmar is good health now.
(b) I am quite well .
Rule 5-Auxiliary Verbs 'to be'  के बाद to infinitive का प्रयोग निम्न प्रकार किया जाता है।  ऐसे बाक्यो का structure निम्न है।  
Subject +is/are/am/was/were + to infinitive:
(a) Mohan is to come on Sunday.  
(b) I am to finish this work.
(c) Ramesh was to come here.
(d) He was to go to Jaipur.
(e) They were to attend the party.
Rule 6- There के साथ Auxiliary Verbs 'to be' का Use  एक महत्व पूर्ण वाक्य  संरचना  है।  there  का हिंदी में अर्थ होता है  'वहाँ '  जबकि  कभी - कभी  There  का Use अंग्रेजी के  उन वाक्यों के साथ भी होता है जिन वाक्यों में Subject  स्पस्ट नहीं होता है। 
There + is/are /am /was /were + subject.   ( or )
There + is/are /am /was /were + subject + adverbial adjective.
(a) There is a cow. (वहां एक गाय है )
(b) There was a large crowd. (वहाँ बहुत भीड़ थी )
(C ) There were three  persons  (वहाँ तीन आदमी थे )
Use of There as a subject 
Example : 
There are several hotels in this town.( इस कस्बे में कई होटल है। )
There are fifty rupees in his pocket.  (उसकी जेब में पचास रूपये है )
ऊपर दिए गए दोनों वाक्यों में There का                                                                    Use अंग्रेजी के  उन वाक्यों के साथ किया गया  है जिन वाक्यों में Subject  स्पस्ट नहीं है।

अधिक जानकारी के लिए translate पढ़े 

2- Verv to have (Have / Has / Had )

Has / Have / Had का प्रयोग साधारणतः Present एवं  past Perfect  Tense  में किया जाता है।  लेकिन इनका  प्रयोग Present और Past में मालिकाना हक़, या स्वामित्व (Possession, ownership ) व्यक्त करने के लिए भी किया जाता है।  
Rule2- Has / Have / Had का प्रयोग Helping Verb और Main Verb  की तरह होता है जब Has / Have / Had का प्रयोग Helping Verb के रूप में होता है तब ये Present, Past  Perfect  Tense  बनती है।  और जब इनका प्रयोग Main Verb  की तरह होता है तब ये मालिकाना हक़, या स्वामित्व (Possession, ownership ) व्यक्त करते है। 
Example: Subject +has/have/had + Verb third-form +object +Time
 1 He has finished his work
2 Mohan had completed his homework.  
Note:- Present Past Perfect tense की अधिक जानकारी के लिए Tence  वाले Portain  को देखे 
 Rule of Verbs 

Rule of Verbs 1 When two or more  subjects are joined by ‘as well as, like, unlike, besides in addition to, with, together with, along with, and not rather than,  no less than, except, nothing, but, more (men ) than one, the verb is used according to the first subject.

 जब दो या दो से अधिक subjects  as well as, like, unlike, besides in addition to, with, together with, along with, and not rather than,  no less than, except, nothing, but, तब इनके साथ Helping Verb  का प्रयोग वाक्य के First  subjects के अनुसार किया जाता है।  For Example 
(i) The captain and  his  team  is  absent.  
.(ii) The mother and not her children has been arrested for committing theft: m
(iii) More men than one were absent yesterday.
(iv ) Nothing but truth is immortal.
(v ) My mother no less than my father is strict.

 Rule ll      When two or more subjects are connected by ‘not only~but also, neither-nor, aw“; none-but’ the ' ' 
Rule III.

(a ) ‘Neither, either, none, anyone, each, every’ used as pronoun or adjective should be followed by third person singular verbs. For example

(1‘) Neither of the two boys have done it.  (Use ‘has’ in place of ‘have’) 

(ii) Each of the students are obedient. (Use ‘is’ in place of ‘are’)
 (iii) Either of us has done his work. , (Correct)
 (iv) Every boy and every girl has been invited. (COW)

(b) When None is used with countable nouns both singular and plural verbs are correct. But with uncountable noun singular verb is correct. 

(1') None of the boys has/have done homework.  (Correct) 
(ii) None of the work is completed. (Correct)

(c) When ‘each’ is used after subject the verb is plural. For example 

(i) We each have taken our bags.
 (ii) They each are honest.

Rule IV

When plural nouns explain specific ‘amount, sum, distance, quantity, time, period’ as a whole the verb should be singular. For example 

(i) Four miles are not a long distance. ‘ (Use ‘is’ in place of ‘are’) 
(ii) Two hundred rupees were a large amount fifty years ago. (Use ‘was’ in place of ‘werc’).
(iii) Two hundred rupees were lost.   (Correct)

Rule V

The expression ‘many a/an, more than one’ should be followed by a singular nOun

and a singular verb. For example 

(1') Many accidents have recently taken place. (Correct)
(ii) Many an accident has recently taken place. ( e correct usage is many an am dent has’)
(iii) More than one man was absent. (Correct) 

(iv) More men than one were burnt.  (Correct. Refer ‘to Rule I) 
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