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Can you send me a list of the 25 most common irregular verbs?


Here are 50 in ranked order: http://www.esl-lounge.com/reference/grammar-reference-most-common-irregular-verb-list.php

Feb 28, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Intransitive verbs examples


Intransitive verbs are verbs that do not have an direct object.
For instance:
I threw the ball...has "the ball" as the direct objects that gets thrown. "throw" is a transitive verb in this sentence, NOT an intransitive verb.
I threw up....is an intransitive verb...with nothing having something done to it.

Here are some examples of intransitive verbs:
  • "I ran."
  • "It's raining."
  • "My dog died."
  • "Water evaporates when it's hot."
  • "You've grown since I last saw you!"
Wikipedia has a great article about this:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intransitive_verb

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List of all linking verbs


Here is a list. Does it contain them all? I wouldn't know. Is the list printable? That is your problem.
You can ignore the definition at the beginning. You can ignore the reference (at the end).

Linking verb = copula. The most common is be
Here is a definition
A verb has copular complementation when it is followed by a subject complement or a predication adjunct and when this element cannot be dropped without changing the meaning of the verb.
Copular verbs fall into two main classes, according to whether the subject complement has the role of current attribute or resulting attribute.
The most common copular verbs are listed below
Current: appear, be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste.
Resulting : become, get, go, grow, prove, turn.

From S. Greenbaum and R. Quirk, A Student's Grammar of the English Language, Addison Wesley Longman Limited, Edinburgh gate, Harlow, Essesx 1990, Reprinted 1996

Dec 04, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Linking verbs examples


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Linking verb = copula. The most common is be
Here is a definition
A verb has copular complementation when it is followed by a subject complement or a predication adjunct and when this element cannot be dropped without changing the meaning of the verb.
Copular verbs fall into two main classes, according to whether the subject complement has the role of current attribute or resulting attribute.
The most common copular verbs are listed below
Current: appear, be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste.
Resulting : become, get, go, grow, prove, turn.

From S. Greenbaum and R. Quirk, A Student's Grammar of the English Language, Addison Wesley Longman Limited, Edinburgh gate, Harlow, Essesx 1990, Reprinted 1996

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Linking verbs examples and definitions


Linking verb = copula. The most common is be
Here is a definition
A verb has copular complementation when it is followed by a subject complement or a predication adjunct and when this element cannot be dropped without changing the meaning of the verb.
Copular verbs fall into two main classes, according to whether the subject complement has the role of current attribute or resulting attribute.
The most common copular verbs are listed below
Current: appear, be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste.
Resulting : become, get, go, grow, prove, turn.

From S. Greenbaum and R. Quirk, A Student's Grammar of the English Language, Addison Wesley Longman Limited, Edinburgh gate, Harlow, Essesx 1990, Reprinted 1996

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Examples of auxiliary verbs


The title of your question says example of auxiliary verbs, and the body of the questions wants a list of 23.
Principal auxiliaries: To be, to have , to do
Modal auxiliaries: can, could, may, might, must, had to, shall, should, will, would
Semi-Modals: need, dare, used to, ought to,

Idiomatic use: had better, would rather, have got to, be to, be able to, be bound to, be going to, be supposed to, be about to, be due to, be likely to

Oct 31, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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List of helping verbs


Well you have the three primary helping verbs :BE, HAVE, and DO.
You also have the so-called modal verbs
  • can, could
  • may, might
  • will, would,
  • shall, should
  • must
  • ought to
There may be a few others.

Oct 03, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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What is command? where is the answer in english?


1 com·mand verb \k??-??mand\
Definition of COMMAND
transitive verb
1: to direct authoritatively : order
2: to exercise a dominating influence over : have command of: as a : to have at one's immediate disposal <commands many resources> b : to demand or receive as one's due <commands a high fee> c : to overlook or dominate from or as if from a strategic position <a hill that commands the city> d : to have military command of as senior officer <command a regiment>
3obsolete : to order or request to be given
intransitive verb
1: to have or exercise direct authority : govern
2: to give orders
3: to be commander
4: to dominate as if from an elevated place

2 command - noun
Definition of COMMAND
1a : an order given b : a signal that actuates a device (as a control mechanism in a spacecraft or one step in a computer); also : the activation of a device by means of such a signal
2a : the ability to control : mastery b : the authority or right to command <the officer in command> c (1) : the power to dominate (2) : scope of vision d : facility in use <a good command of French> e : control 1d <a pitcher with good command of his curveball>
3: the act of commanding
4: the personnel, area, or organization under a commander; specifically : a unit of the United States Air Force higher than an air force
5: a position of highest usually military authority

3 command - adjective
Definition of COMMAND
: done on command or request <a command performance>
First Known Use of COMMAND
1826

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Examples of two word verb and their meanings


Here is a link to a good page explaining "two word verbs" (Phrasal verbs).

http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/phrasal-verbs-list.htm

Have fun ;)

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