Verb as a part of speech. Classification of verbs.a) The nominative division of verbs.b) The notional verbs and their classificationc) The verbal valency.

Verb as a part of speech. Classification of verbs.a) The nominative division of verbs.b) The notional verbs and their classificationc) The verbal valency.
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1. Classification of verbs
a) The nominative division of verbs
On such parts of speech, as a verb in English can be said "held" the entire grammar. Therefore, it is not surprising that each of the forms of verbs in English is thoroughly studied and understood, consequently, there are a lot of materials devoted to the verb.
Recall that the verb (the Verb) is a part of speech that denotes an action or state. Given the meaning of the verb and its role in the sentence, we divide the entire verbal system of the English language into the following components: semantic verbs (notional verbs), service (semi-auxiliary verbs) and auxiliary (auxiliary verbs).
So the verb can be described as word denoting action (the term “action” embracing the meaning of activity (to walk, to speak, to play, to study), process (to sleep, to wait, to live), state (to be, to like, to know), relation (to consist, to resemble, to lack) and the like.
According to the meaning the English verbs are divided into semantic and service (semi-auxiliary verbs) and auxiliary (auxiliary verbs).
Semantic (independent) verbs have their own lexical meaning; they denote a certain action or state.
Service verbs have no independent meaning. They are only used to construct complex verb forms or compound predicates. In compound predicates conjugate it service verbs, with their help, we can Express the person, number and time.
English verbs have four basic forms: indefinite (indefinite), the form of simple past tense (Past Simple), the first participle I present tense (present participle), the second participle II past tense (past participle).
Verbs are an essential component of a sentence. They can describe an action, state or occurrence and form the main part of the predicate of a sentence. Action verbs are the verbs that describe an action or an occurrence whereas linking verbs are those that indicate a state. Sometimes a verb can contain more than one word. So the verb can be described as word denoting action (the term “action” embracing the meaning of activity (to walk, to speak, to play, to study), process (to sleep, to wait, to live), state (to be, to like, to know), relation (to consist, to resemble, to lack) and the like.
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