Verbs are essential in a sentence, though in some parts it doesn’t actually require it at all but still. We are very familiar that verbs are words pertaining to the action of the subject where it is described how, where and what kind. Understanding it at first is really easy but later one becomes tricky when tenses and its other forms come together. Not only should you consider the construction of your sentences but also the verb itself.
Examples of verbs:Past- Woke Present- Waking Future- Will wake Past Participle- Woken
Using the set of verbs in a sentence:(Depressing) The result of the test was very depressing although I did study. (Depress) I won’t let the result of the test depress me. (Depressed) Most examinees were depressed about the result of the test.
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Examples of the Tenses of Verbs:
an electric fence is a barrier that uses electric shocks to deter animals and people from crossing a boundary. the voltage of the shock may have effects ranging from discomfort to death. most electric fences are used today for agricultural fencing and other forms of animal control, although they are frequently used to enhance the security of sensitive areas, such as military installations, prisons, and other security sensitive places; places exist where lethal voltages are used.
yan ang electic fence
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