Definition and Example of Verb

Definition and Example of Verb

Definition and Example of Verb

Definition and Example of Verb

       As we know that a sentence is a group of words which, when they are written down, begin with a capital letter and end with a full stop, question mark, or exclamation mark. A complete sentence has at least a subject and a main verb to state (declare) a complete thought. So, most sentences contain a subject and a verb. (Also read : Imperative Sentence in English)

       And in this occasion, we’d like to discuss about VERB, in this case we are going to discuss about Definition and Example of Verb. Let’s go to the topic:

Definition of Verb

       A Verb is the action word in a sentence that describe what the subject is doing. Along with noun, verb is the main part of a sentence or phrase, telling a story about what is taking place. In fact, without a verb, full thoughts can’t be properly conveyed, and even the simplest sentences, such as Maria sings, have one. Actually, a verb can be a sentence by itself, with the subject, in most case you, implied, such as, Sing! and Drive! (Also read other article at : Dark Vision Consequence) read more

Pattern of Future Continuous Tense

Future Continuous Tense

       Pattern of Future Continuous Tense. As we know there are many patterns related to the sentence based on its function. In this occasion I will continue sharing about grammar. In this case I will share about Future Continuous Tense, so let’s to the topic.

       Future Continuous actually has two different patterns: they use “will be Verb1-ing ” and “be going to be verb1-ing.” There is no difference between using “will be Verb1-ing ” or “be going to be verb1-ing.”  It means that their patterns are usually interchangeable.

The complete pattern of Future Continuous Tense are

  1. Pattern of Future Continuous Tense using “Will

       (+) S + will + be + Verb1 + ing


They will be attending the meeting when it starts tomorrow.

I will be waiting for him when his ship arrives tonight.

        ( – ) S + will + not + be + Verb1 + ing


They will not be attending the meeting when it starts tomorrow.

I will not be waiting for him when his ship arrives tonight. read more

Regular and Irregular Verb

Regular and Irregular Verb

        Regular and Irregular Verb. Verbs are very important in part of speech. They should be used in constructing a sentence. It means that we should use verb when we want to make a sentence. For this, in this occasion I want to share about Regular and Irregular Verb. Let’s discuss.

  1. Regular Verb

       When we make a sentence by changing the verb into Past Simple (V2) or Past Participle (V3), usually we just add “d/ed” after verb 1 ( V1 ) because most of verbs are “Regular Verb”.


open the door every morning.

opened the door yesterday.

I have opened the door.

            They listen to the radio.

            They listened to the radio.

            They have listened to the radio.

2.  Irregular Verb

       However, there are some Irregular Verb not able to be added “d/ed”. They should be changed as rules and they should be known.


I write a letter.

I wrote a letter.

I have written a letter. read more

The Function of Imperative Sentence

The Function of Imperative

     The Function of Imperative Sentence. How are you going my beloved visitors? Are you fine? As we know that English consists of four skills. They are listening, speaking, reading and writing. However, we also need other skills to support those skills.
     In this occasion, I will share about one supported skill, i.e: The Imperative Sentence.
   There are some functions of imperative sentence in English, such as:
1. As an order,
2. As a warning,
3. As an appeal,
4. As an advice,
5. As a suggestion,
6. As an instruction
7. And in some cases as a request to another person, to a group of people or to animals.

       It is very easy to form the imperative sentence: Simply take the verbs’ infinitive form (without the “to” infinitive indicator). Usually the verb will be placed at the beginning of the sentence.

V + C + !

       The examples below are used if a person gives an order to another person or to a group of people.
For example:
Come to my house!
Keep silent!
Clean your face! read more

Types of Conditional Sentence

Types of Conditional Sentence

      Types of Conditional Sentence. Have a nice meeting to my beloved readers. Here I want to share grammar edition. It is about conditional sentence. Conditional sentence is also known as Conditional Clause or If Clause plays an important role in grammar. It describes a condition and the result that follows. Conditional sentence is made up of two parts: the if-clause (condition) and the main clause (result that follows).

There are three types of Conditional Sentence.

  1. Conditional Sentences Type I
  2. Conditional Sentences Type II
  3. Conditional Sentences Type III

Usage and Pattern

Conditional Sentences Type I


       Conditional Sentences Type I refer to the future. An action in the future will only happen if a certain condition is fulfilled by that time. We don’t know for sure whether the condition actually will be fulfilled or not, but the conditions seems rather realistic – so we think it is likely to happen.

       The basic form for this type of conditional sentence can be seen in the chart below. This type refers to future possibilities that are certain or probable. read more