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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    The simple past of  STOP is:

Below is a Trivia Questions Quiz on Verb: Whether Its Am, Is, Or Are? When you are mentioning a person doing something, some verbs are most commonly used. How well did you understand how to use the verbs am, are, and is in any a...

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    Bobbi and I…...attorneys.

The first basic rule of grammar lesson is to learn about the parts of speech. A noun is a part of speech that refers to a person, place, or thing whereas. A verb is a part of speech that indicates an action, used as a supporting...

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    Choose the noun from the sentence below. The girl ran across the large playground.

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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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A modal verb is a type of verb that is used to indicate modality – that is: likelihood, ability, permission, request, capacity, suggestions, order, obligation, or advice. Modal verbs always accompany the base form of...

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Auxiliary verbs are used together with a main verb to show the verb's tense or to form a negative or question. The most common auxiliary verbs are have, be, and do. How skilled are you when it comes to using these verbs...

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.An irregular verb is one that does not form its simple past tense or its past participle by adding "-ed" or "-d" to the base form. Irregular verbs contrast with regular verbs,...

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Which words and phrases can be used with the given phrasal verbs?  There can be between one and four correct answers for each phrasal verb.  When you finish this task, download the certificate on the last page, share...

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How much do you know about action verbs? Could you pass this quiz? Action verbs describing the sentence's action include running, kicking, eating, breaking, reading, writing, watching, and playing. These words convey the...

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In a sentence, verbs can be placed in different positions to pass the desired information. Verbs can have certain letters added to get the desired meaning. Having covered verbs and how they are used, do you believe you can...

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This quiz covers -ER and -IR verbs in the present tense.  When you are done take a screenshot and post your certificate.  There will be work in classroom for your academic enjoyment. 

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Are you ready to test your grammar, and do you think you can pass this quiz? There are all types of verbs. The type of verbs will indicate what words are included in each sentence. It all depends on the relationship between the...

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Do you know about verb phrases? A verb phrase is a syntactic unit comprised of an auxiliary or helping verb preceding the main verb. It often contains a head verb, complements, objects, and modifiers as it depends. Assisting...

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Which is the correct form of the verb? Verbs are the action word in a sentence. When attempting to spot the verb, remember that verbs say what action is occurring, what action already took place, or what action will take place....

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Can you identify the verbs in the sentence, and do you think you can pass this quiz? To find the verb in the sentence, see which word defines the action. Verbs are action-oriented. Verbs often have different suffixes or...

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How well do you do with verbs, and do you think you can pass this quiz? A verb is a keyword that explains an act or a state of being. Verbs have tenses; these include the present to indicate that an activity is occurring, the...

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