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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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Play this interesting quiz about ' Simple Present Verb' that is designed to test your English grammar skills. In this quiz, we'll ask you a few multiple-choice questions about simple present verbs and...

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 28158   |  Last updated: Dec 19, 2021
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    I ___  American.

Are you an expert in English Grammar? If you think you have mastered everything from verbs to tenses, take this transitive and intransitive verbs quiz. This quiz will help you check your knowledge of transitive and intransitive...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 18619   |  Last updated: Dec 14, 2021
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    An intransitive verb, cannot take a direct object.

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    The simple past of  STOP is:



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This quiz will test your ability to understand verb tenses. Good luck!

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    By the end of the year, she _________ with a degree in business.
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