These phrasal verb examples show you some common types with their meaning. If you are new to English it can be confusing to understand how they are used, so there are also examples of the phrasal verbs in context.
'Used to' is not a tense in itself (it's actually a modal verb), we use it to talk about the past instead of the past simple for certain situations.
Transitive and intransitive verbs are different in transitive verbs must have a direct object, whereas intransitive verbs do not. In this grammar lesson we will look at the differences between them and study some examples.
There are three multi-word verbs: prepositional verbs, phrasal verbs, and phrasal-prepositional verbs.
There are various types of verbs and verb forms used in the English language. Examples are state verbs, modal verbs, phrasal verbs, and irregular verbs.
Stative verbs are used to reflect states of mind such as opinions, feelings, sense perceptions, and emotions. They are not usually used in the continuous tense.
Irregular Verb Quiz - in this quiz you have to change the words in brackets into the irregular form of the past simple.
In this modal verbs multiple choice quiz, choose which of the three choices of verbs should go into the gap to make a grammatically correct sentence.
A finite verb is a verb that has a subject and a tense. That is in contrast to a non-finite verbs which does not have a subject and cannot form tenses.
To join an adjective or noun complement to a subject we use copular verbs, commonly known as linking verbs. Examples are: be, appear, taste, feel, and get.
Modals in English grammar are used alongside another main verb to add further meaning to a sentence. They typically show obligation, possibility or speculation
Used to quiz testing you on the use of this verb for repeated states and actions in the past. Choose whether the 'd' is needed or not.
Ditransitive verbs are type of transitive verbs that take both a direct and indirect object. They are words such as give, buy, and lend.
In this finite non-finite verb quiz you are given a list of sentences and you have to decide whether the verb in each is finite or non-finite.
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