VERB | ENGLISH GRAMMAR RULES AND USAGE
A verb is a main part / most important part of a sentence that describes/ tells/ asserts action of the subject.
(1) A verb tells what a subject (thing, person) does:
(2) What is done on or to a person or thing?
Example: Paul is scolded.
(3) What is a person or a thing?
A verb usually comes after noun or pronoun i.e. subject.
1. We are going to school.
2. Alia sings marvelously.
3. I wrote a book.
4. You write neatly.
A verb may be a combination of more than one word.
“A transitive verb is a verb that must take an object (noun, pronoun, and phrase)”.
A transitive verb must take either a direct or indirect object.
An intransitive verb does not have or need any object.