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English terms that indicate actions, occurrences or states.
For more information, see Appendix:English verbs.
- Category:English verb forms: English verbs that are conjugated to display grammatical relations other than the main form.
- Category:English auxiliary verbs: English verbs that provide additional conjugations for other verbs.
- Category:English causative verbs: English verbs that express causing actions or states rather than performing or being them directly. Use this only for separate verbs (as opposed to causative forms that are part of the inflection of verbs).
- Category:English control verbs: English verbs that take multiple arguments, one of which is another verb. One of the control verb's arguments is syntactically both an argument of the control verb and an argument of the other verb.
- Category:English copulative verbs: English verbs that may take adjectives as their complement.
- Category:English defective verbs: English verbs that lack one or more forms in their inflections.
- Category:English ditransitive verbs: English verbs that indicate actions, occurrences or states of two grammatical objects simultaneously, one direct and one indirect.
- Category:English ergative verbs: English intransitive verbs that become causatives when used transitively.
- Category:English frequentative verbs: English verbs that express repeated action.
- Category:English impersonal verbs: English verbs that do not indicate actions, occurrences or states of any specific grammatical subject.
- Category:English verbs by inflection type: English verbs organized by the type of inflection they follow.
- Category:English intransitive verbs: English verbs that don't require any grammatical objects.
- Category:English passive verbs: English verbs that are usually used in passive voice.
- Category:English phrasal verbs: English verbs accompanied by particles, such as prepositions and adverbs.
- Category:English raising verbs: English verbs that, in a matrix or main clause, take an argument from an embedded or subordinate clause; in other words, a raising verb appears with a syntactic argument that is not its semantic argument, but is rather the semantic argument of an embedded predicate.
- Category:English reciprocal verbs: English verbs that indicate actions, occurrences or states directed from multiple subjects to each other.
- Category:English reflexive verbs: English verbs that indicate actions, occurrences or states directed from the grammatical subjects to themselves.
- Category:English stative verbs: English verbs that define a state through means of a verb.
- Category:English transitive verbs: English verbs that indicate actions, occurrences or states directed to one or more grammatical objects.
This category has the following 24 subcategories, out of 24 total.
- ► English verb forms (7 c, 103608 e)
- ► English auxiliary verbs (2 c, 28 e)
- ► English frequentative verbs (0 c, 66 e)
- ► English homographic denominal verbs (0 c, 1 e)
- ► English light verb constructions (0 c, 328 e)
- ► English stative verbs (0 c, 20 e)
- ► English transitive verbs (2 c, 16856 e)
Pages in category "English verbs"
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- ab off
- abandon ship
- abate of
- abide by
- abjure the realm
- abound in
- abound in one's own sense
- abound with
- about face
- about ship
- about turn
- absorb oneself in
- abut on
- accept at face value
- accept service
- account for
- account of
- account to