Dictionaries such as Merriam-Webster and Collins give definitions of linking verbs with examples of usage. In addition, CliffsNotes.com provides explanations of how to use linking verbs and examples. More »

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For examples of the usage of specific verbs, online dictionaries such as Dictionary.com provide example sentences. General examples of verb usage, on the other hand, can be found in many online grammar lessons, such as t... More »

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Some of the most reliable online dictionaries are those that are also published in print, such as the Merriam-Webster and Collins dictionaries and the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Each of these websites ha... More »

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Examples of strong verbs are "give," "stick," "tell" and "wear." The difference between strong and weak verbs is the way the past tense is formed. Weak verbs add an ending, such as -ed, -d or -t, to the present tense of ... More »

Find a list of English verbs at ESLGold.com. The verbs are presented in table form with headings for the base verb, the third-person singular, the past, the past participle and -ing forms. Each table presents a different... More »

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Examples of helping verbs include "to have," "to do" or "to be." Also known as auxiliary verbs, helping verbs do not perform the primary action of a given sentence, but they help the primary verb. More »

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Common helping verbs include "be," "will," "do," "can" and "have." Also called auxiliary verbs, helping verbs modify main verbs to create more complex verb tenses and more nuanced meanings. For example, in the sentence, ... More »

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