A verb is a part of speech which indicates action. It can either be used as a supporting verb or a linking verb.
Now, let us look at some sentences containing "verbs":
1. We need to produce a lot of evidence.
2. The dentist wants to extract my tooth.
3. She was reading a book.
Verbs from the lesson "Kathmandu":
- I get a cheap room in the centre of town and sleep for hours.
- I visit the two temples in Kathmandu.
- Outside which a sign proclaims.
- We offer a few flowers.
- Some people are elbowed aside by others.
- A princess of the Nepalese royal house appears.
- Everyone bows and makes way.
- A fight breaks out between two monkeys.
- A corpse is being cremated on its banks.
- Washerwomen are at their work and children bathe.
- Film songs blare out from the radios.
- I enter a Nepal Airlines office and buy a ticket for tomorrow’s flight.
- It weaves its own associations.
- Certainly have not invested them with the significance I now do.