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English Verbs

  • The Simple Past of English Verbs

    All English verbs that are conjugated express a combination of grammatical tense, grammatical aspect, grammatical voice, and grammatical mood. Tense is...

    Heather JohnsonMay 22, 2013
  • Simple Past Tense of Irregular English Verbs

    The simple past tense is a verb form that expresses discrete, completed, non-continuous actions or states that occurred in the past....

    Heather JohnsonMay 21, 2013
  • Simple Past Tense of Regular English Verbs

    The simple past tense describes completed actions, describes past habits and routines, states past facts and truths, and expresses past thoughts...

    Heather JohnsonMay 20, 2013
  • The Simple Present of English Verbs

    Conjugated verbs in English express a combination of verb tense, verb aspect, verb voice, and verb mood. Tense, which imperfectly corresponds...

    Heather JohnsonMay 16, 2013
  • Third Person Singular Simple Present Verbs

    The simple present tense in English expresses habits and routines, general facts and truths, and thoughts and feelings. In all but...

    Heather JohnsonMay 15, 2013
  • Past Participles of Irregular English Verbs

    Past participles, or -en participles, are a nonfinite verb form in English that perform verbal and adjectival functions. The following sections...

    Heather JohnsonMay 14, 2013
  • Past Participles of Regular English Verbs

    Past participles, or -en participles, are a nonfinite verb form in English that perform verbal and adjectival functions. The following sections...

    Heather JohnsonMay 12, 2013
  • Present Participles of English Verbs

    Present participles, or -ing participles, are a nonfinite verb form in English that perform verbal, adjectival, and nominal functions. The following...

    Heather JohnsonMay 10, 2013
  • Grammatical Mood in English

    Grammatical mood is defined as a set of distinctive verb forms that express modality. Modality is the grammaticalized expression of the...

    Heather JohnsonApril 8, 2013
  • Grammatical Voice in English

    Grammatical voice is loosely defined as the grammaticalized expression of relationships between predicate and nominal functions such as subject and object....

    Heather JohnsonApril 7, 2013
  • Tense and Aspect of English Verbs

    All finite, or conjugated, verbs in English express grammatical tense and grammatical aspect. Tense is the grammaticalized expression of the location...

    Heather JohnsonApril 6, 2013
  • Grammatical Aspect in English

    Grammatical aspect can be defined as the grammaticalized expression of the temporal structure of an action or state. Temporal structure roughly...

    Heather JohnsonApril 5, 2013
  • Grammatical Tense in English

    Grammatical tense can be defined as the grammaticalized expression of the location in time of an action or state. Verb tense...

    Heather JohnsonApril 4, 2013
  • Grammatical Form of English Verb Clauses

    Consisting of a subject and a predicate, clauses are the smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition. Verb clauses...

    Heather JohnsonApril 2, 2013
  • Grammatical Functions of Verbs in Predicate Verb Phrases

    A predicate is defined as a word or phrase that expresses the action performed by the grammatical subject or the state...

    Heather JohnsonMarch 14, 2013