Component: Verbs | English exercises

A2 - Unit 2.2

Future with Will or Be going to

We use the future simple to express spontaneous decisions, opinions and hopes.Be going to is used to express intentions...

A1 - Unit 6.2

Gerund

The gerund is a verb that functions as a noun referring to an action, a process or a state.

B1 - Unit 6.2

Gerunds vs Present Participles

The gerund is a verb that functions as a noun referring to an action, a process or a state.The...

B2 - Unit 9.1

Have and Get as Causative verbs

Causative verbs are verbs that show the reason why something took place.

A1 - Unit 4.2

Have and Have got Affirmative

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possession, relationship, illnesses and the characteristics of people and...

A1 - Unit 4.2

Have and Have got Interrogative

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possessions, relationships, illnesses and characteristics of people and things.When...

A1 - Unit 4.2

Have and Have got Negative

Have/have got is a verb used to express states like possession, relationship, illnesses and the characteristics of people and...

B2 - Unit 6.1

Imperative in Passive Voice

Imperative clauses are used when people tell someone else to do something (an advice, a suggestion, a request, a...

A1 - Unit 11.2

Imperative Mood

The imperative is a structure used to give an order or command.

A1 - Unit 6.2

Infinitive

The infinitive is the basic form of a verb, and we use it to form other verbal tenses.

B2 - Unit 9.1

Let and Make as Causative verbs

Causative verbs are verbs that show the reason why something took place.

A1 - Unit 10.2

Like

Like, as a verb, is used to express things we enjoy and take pleasure in.

A1 - Unit 10.2

Like, Love and Hate

We use the verbs like, love and hate to express positive (love or like) or negative (hate) feelings about...

B2 - Unit 1.2

Non Progressive Verbs

Non progressive verbs are related to mental processes, emotional states, possession, sense perception, and some others.

B2 - Unit 4.2

Passive Voice of Verbs

The passive form expresses the idea of something or someone receiving an action or experiencing a particular event or...

A2 - Unit 1.2

Past Participle

The past participle is a verb form which is used in the formation of many tenses. It is made...

B2 - Unit 5.2

Past Subjunctives

Past subjunctives express imaginary conditions.

B1 - Unit 5.2

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. This particle usually gives verbs...

A2 - Unit 10.2

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. The particle usually gives a...

B2 - Unit 3.2

Phrasal Verbs

A phrasal verb is a two-part verb formed by a verb and a particle. This particle usually gives verbs...

B2 - Unit 1.2

Split Infinitives

Split infinitive is a phrase where an adverb is put between to and infinitive.

B2 - Unit 5.2

Subjunctives

Subjunctive is a verb tense that refers to actions that are possibilities rather than facts.

A2 - Unit 5.2

The Infinitive of Purpose

We can use the to-infinitive structure to express someone's purpose.

B1 - Unit 1.1

There has been and There have been

We use there has/have been to talk about a situation that started in the past and lasted until the...

A1 - Unit 3.2

There is and There are

There is/are are expressions used in sentences that want to confirm, deny or check that something exists.

A1 - Unit 1.1

To be Affirmative

To be is a linking verb and an auxiliary verb that is essential in grammar.When expressed in its affirmative...

A1 - Unit 1.1

To be Interrogative

To be is a linking verb and an auxiliary verb that is essential in grammar.When expressed in its interrogative...

A1 - Unit 1.1

To be Negative

To be is a linking verb and an auxiliary verb that is essential in grammar.When expressed in its negative...

A1 - Unit 4.2

To have: Common Expressions

We use the verb to have to form common expressions in informal communication.

B2 - Unit 4.2

Verbs Not Used in Passive

The verbs that cannot be made passive are usually the intransitive verbs, but also some of the transitive ones.