Explain the types of verbs

Following are the types of verbs-

·       Action verbs

Action verbs are utilized to refer to actions, as the name implies. These can refer to physical acts undertaken with bodies or objects, such as jumping, hitting, or singing, or mental actions performed with our brains, such as thinking, considering, or memorizing.

·       Stative verbs

Stative verbs, as opposed to action verbs, refer to circumstances or states of being. In general, stative verbs are used to describe qualities, states of being, thoughts, beliefs, and emotions. Stative verbs do not refer to actions when used in a sentence.

·       Transitive verbs

In a sentence, a transitive verb is followed by a direct object. The direct object is the noun, pronoun, or phrase with something.

·       Intransitive verbs

An intransitive verb is the inverse of a transitive verb. Intransitive verbs are those that are not used with a direct object. Remember that direct objects can only be nouns, pronouns, and noun phrases.

·       Linking verbs

Linking verbs are a kind of stative verb whose name gives away a lot about what they do. Linking verbs are used to connect a subject to its complement. A subject conjunction explains or identifies the sentence or clause’s subject.