Verb Quizzes & Trivia

Verbs are action words, doing words, and without them life would be pretty boring. One of the most exciting parts about language verbs are what keep things interesting. How much do you really know about them? Most anyone who’s made it past the second grade can rattle off the basic definition of what a verb is and how it functions.

But we want to see if you can go above and beyond rattling off the basic definition. Test your knowledge of verbs in languages all over the world with these challenging quizzes. Do you know what the 27 most popular verbs in the English language are? What do you know about Spanish verbs, French verbs, or German verbs?

How familiar are you with the past tense and past participles? Can you define an irregular verb tense? We sure hope you can because this quiz is going to challenge you over all these things and more. Hopefully, you paid attention in English class! Get started today!
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    I ___ American.

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    Bobbi and I…...attorneys.

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    The simple past of  STOP is:

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    Which is the verb in this sentence? The sun shines in the sky.

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    I can't find my pencil. I've looked for it every where and I still can't find it.

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Verb Questions & Answers

What is the difference between "Give it up" and "Applaud"?
There is no big difference between 'give it up' and 'applaud'. Give it up as a phrasal verb, has almost the same meaning as applaud. 'Give it up' has different meanings unlike 'applaud'. Applaud means to clap for someone as a result of a well-done jo
What is the difference between Accept and Except?
Accept and except are two different words with different meanings. Accept means to agree to something like an idea or to receive something. Example: “I happily accepted the invitation to the party.” This means I am going to the party. Ex
What is the difference between Aphorism and Proverb?
Foremost, the aphorism is gotten from "aphorismosis," a Greek word which means a phrase that is concise but contains a general truth. This phrase is gotten from the word "horizon," and it means "I determine" or " I
What is the difference between Sell and Sale?
The word sell is a verb, whereas sale is a noun, and it is used in combination with verbs. For example, the phrase “I got a sale” The person got, which is a verb and sale, which is a noun. Sell means to transfer goods or provide services
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