Within sentences, will be the verb then the part expressing action, the existence or state that carries out the subject. The verb is the kind of Word that may present variation in number, person, mode, aspect and time and usually agree in gender, person and number with some of his arguments or add-ins. In the particular case of the Spanish language, agrees with the subject in number and almost always in person, the exception being the so-called subject inclusive.
The languages in which the verb is conjugated are called inflectional. Each of these determines a kind of pattern of conjugation which will differ from a linguistic system to another. In the Spanish language, almost all verbs are conjugated in a way regulated, according to three unique patterns, defined according to the thematic vowel.
There are different types of verbs... Transitive verbs are those which require the presence of a direct object to have a full meaning, intransitive verbs, on the other hand, do not require the mentioned presence of a direct object that determines it, meanwhile, irregular verbs, possess conjugates specific for the verbal primeval times such as the present indicative, the past perfect simple also the callsign and the simple future corresponding to the same way of the previous ones. And the regular verbs are those that conform to the verb for models most used in the language in question.
This classification we provide is what most recurrently gives teaching, but there are more types of verbs, such as impersonal (are not compatible with the idea of a subject lexicon), terciopersonal (occur to a meteorological phenomenon), defective (the full paradigm of conjugation is not fulfilled) and copulativo (do not provide a full significance, only used to attach to the subject and the predicate) (: be, be, seem, result, resemble, continue).
In the Spanish language, the verbs are grouped into different tenses (present, past, future and potential) and three modes (indicative, subjunctive and imperative).
In addition and in the Christian religious context, with the term verb, usually refer to the second person of the Holy Trinity and is usually written in capital letters.
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