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What is verb-distinction

1-Definition of the verb

words that tell us about doing or being of Those words that make sense are called verbs.

like: Reading, writing, eating, drinking, playing, sleeping etc.

Examples of 2-verbs:

  • Rakesh sings a song.
  • Mohan reads the book.
  • Manorama dances.
  • Man walks slowly.
  • The horse runs very fast.

In the above sentences, the words sing, read, dance, run, walk etc. so it Action Will be called

The verb gives us a hint about the time limit. Because of the form of the verb, we know whether the action has happened in the present, has happened in the past or will happen in the future.

Kriya is made of metal. When it is not applied to the metal, it becomes action. Verbs are also formed from and adjectives. The verb is considered one of the eight distinctions of meaningful words.

what is verb difference

difference of verbs

Distinction of verbs on the basis of structure or usage

On the basis of structure or usage, the differences of verbs are as follows-

(1) compound verb
(2) noun verb
(3) motivational verb
(4) Antecedent verb
(5) basic verb
(6) nominal verb
(7) all verbs
(8) common verbs
(9) auxiliary verb
(10) homogeneous verb
(11) Legal action

(1)Compound Verb, The action which is formed by the combination of two or more metals is called a compound verb.
In other words- When two or more verbs come together to make sense of a complete verb, then they are called compound verbs.

As the child returned from school
teen started crying
He reached home.
The above sentences have more than one verb; Like – came back, came; started crying; reached. Here all these actions together are completing the same task. So these are compound verbs.

Thus, the sentences in which more than one verb together complete the same function, they are called compound verbs. In a compound verb, the first verb is the main verb and the second verb is the pigment verb. Huh.

Like- Mother came from the market.
In this sentence ‘Aa’ is the main verb and ‘Go’ is the verb verb. Both the verbs together are showing the meaning of the combined verb ‘to come’.

Except Vidhi and Ajna, all verbs are formed by the combination of two or more verbs, but compound verbs are different from them, because on the one hand, simple verbs are formed from metals like ‘ho’, ‘cry’, ‘so’, ‘eat’ etc. , there on the other hand the compound verbs ‘to be’, ‘come’, ‘go’, ‘stay’, ‘put’, ‘raise’, ‘to take’, ‘get’, ‘to fall’, ‘to put’, ‘to be’, ‘To choose’, ‘to put’, ‘to do’, ‘send’, ‘want’ etc. are formed by the combination of verbs.

In addition, both transitive and intransitive conjunctions are formed.
For example – from intransitive verb – to lie down, to fall.
From transitive verbs – to sell, to work, to call, to kill.

A characteristic of a compound verb is that its first verb is often predominant and the second produces a characteristic in its meaning. Like I can read. In this, the verb ‘scan’ produces a characteristic in the meaning of the verb ‘read’. Compound verbs are used more in Hindi.

what is verb difference

Distinctions of 3-verb:

Differences of action on the basis of karma caste and composition

On the basis of karma, caste and composition, there are mainly two distinctions of action:

  1. Intransitive verb
  2. Transitive verb.

1. intransitive verb

The verb whose effect falls on the subject is called an intransitive verb. Karma is lacking in this action. Ex: Shyam studies.

The fruit of reading this sentence is falling on Shyam only. Therefore read is an intransitive verb. Verbs which do not require action or which do not give any answer when asked a question are called intransitive verbs.

That is, the verbs whose fruit and business are received by the doer are called intransitive verbs.

Examples of intransitive verbs:

  • Rajesh runs.
  • The snake crawls.
  • Pooja laughs.
  • Meghnath shouts.
  • Ravana gets embarrassed.
  • Ram saves.

As you can see in the above examples that run, crawls, laughs, shouts, saves, etc. sentences lack action and the action of the verb is based on doing. So this example will come under intransitive verb.

2. transitive verb

A verb in which action is necessary is called a transitive verb. The effect of these actions does not fall on the doer but on the karma. Transitive means with action.

Example: Vikas drinks water. In this, the fruit of the action (action) does not fall on the doer, but the karma is falling on the water. Hence it is a transitive verb.

Examples of transitive verbs:

  • Ramesh eats fruits.
  • Sudarshan drives the car.
  • I ride a bike.
  • Rama cooks vegetables.
  • Suresh brings the goods.

As you can see in the above examples that the result of the action is falling on the action, not on the doer. So this example will come under transitive verb.

what is verb difference

4-Differences of transitive verbs:

  1. unifying verb: A verb in which there is only one action, it is called an action verb. Ex: Tushar drives a car. In this, the vehicle (action) of the driver (action) is the same. Hence it will come under the transitive verb.
  2. binomial verb A verb which has two actions is called a dual action verb. The first karma is alive and the second karma is non-living.
    like: Shyam gave money to Radha. In the above example, the two actions of the verb giving are Radha and Rupee. Hence it will come under the dative verb.

Differences of verbs on the basis of structure

On the basis of structure, there are four types of verbs:

  1. motivational verb : The verb by which it is known that the doer is not doing the work himself but is getting someone else to do the work. For example: to speak, to read, to write, etc.
  2. noun verb : Such a root which is formed from any other words like noun, pronoun, adjective, etc. except the verb, is called namadhatu verb. Eg: Adoption, Warming etc.
  3. Compound verb: A verb that is formed by the joining of any two verbs is called a compound verb. Eg: ate, walked, drank etc.
  4. participle verb: When a verb is added to a suffix to form a new verb form, then that verb is called participle. Like running, running etc.

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