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Saturday, October 27, 2012

VERBS- extensive and intensive


ASSAALAMUALAIKUM WARAHMATULLAHI WABARAKAATUH AHLAN WASAHLAN WA MARHABAN BIKUM. 

VERBS
Extensive
1.                   Transitive
2.                   Intransitive
  • ·         Main verbs (action verbs)
  • ·         verbs that can be imagined
  • ·         have meanings
  • ·         can be converted into passive voice
  • ·         not involve complements
INTENSIVE
1.                   Linking verbs
2.                   Auxiliary verbs
3.                   Copular verbs
  • ·         Link subjects to adjectives. Eg. The day is stuffy.
  • ·         Link subjects to compliments. Eg. She looks stern.
WAYS TO DIFFERENTIATE
  • ·         What type of verb is in that sentence?? Main or linking verb??
  • ·         Can the sentence be converted into passive voice??
  • ·         What kind of word or phrase is after the verb?? Object or complement??
  • ·         Can you ask what if you kind of eliminate words after the verb???

  • if you want the answers for the questions above, ask me,but I think it is better for you to figure out yourselves. They are in the notes given above already. :D
 

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