Verbs: Most verbs are action words. They tell you what people, animals or things are doing.

Examples:

act, jump, bake, move, bend, pull, buy, run, lend, enjoy
close, shout, cook, sing, cross, sit, fall, slide, eat, like, collect
fly, stand, go, start, grow, swim, hop, walk, snow, wash, take

Example in Simple Present Tense:

  • Mary enjoys singing.
  • Peter sometimes lends me his bike.
  • Cows eat grass.
  • Monkeys like bananas.
  • Tom collects stamps.
  • The earth goes around the sun.
  • It often snows in winter.
  • We always wash our hands before meals.
  • We eat three meals a day.
  • Father takes the dog for a walk every morning.

Other Examples:

  • We join the senior scout troop in July this year.
  • My big brother leaves school at 4 o’clock.
  • The new supermarket opens next Friday.
  • The new grammar book comes out in September.
  • Grandad retires next year.
  • We fly to London next Thursday.
  • The plane lands at 5:30 P.M.
  • We move to our new house in a month.
  • My big sister begins her summer job next week.

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