State Verb

State Verb describes a state or condition rather than an action. They express thought, emotion, sense, or possession.

State Verb can be classified into two categories based on their functions and forms:

What Is A State Verb?

A State Verb refers to a verb that describes a state or condition rather than an action. These verbs express a state of being, feeling, possession, or perception, and typically do not indicate an action in progress. Examples include late, clever, and brilliant. These verbs often convey a sense of permanence or stability rather than change or action.

  1. Existing State
  2. Changing State

Form,

Subject+Helping Verb Am, Is & Are+Object

Helping Verbs,

Am, Is & Are

Examples:

Am,

Singular

  1. I am a student.

Is,

  1. He, She, it & Singular.
  2. He is a broken Chair.
  3. She is a punctual student.
  4. It is rained today.
  5. Aslam is a talkative nature.

Are,

  1. You, We, They & Plural.
  2. You are a good student in the classroom.
  3. We are gone picnic by school.
  4. They are satisfied with our employees.
  5. Amjid and Aslam are free services at school teaching.

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