English verbs – list of topics

(Topics, explanations, and exercises related to verbs)

Verbs: topics and exercises

In this table, you will find an overview of all the explanations regarding verbs in English. The corresponding exercises, which belong to each topic, are listed on the right side. Consider the level of difficulty and use them to practise your skills.

The individual explanations and exercises

Topic 1 2 3 4 5
Verbs in English (go, do, be, eat, find, etc.)          
Main verbs (drink, see, drive, etc.)          
Auxiliary verbs (do, be, have, will)          
Short and long forms of auxiliary verbs (isn’t, he’d, etc.) easy easy easy    
Modal verbs (can, will, would, might, etc.)          
Difference of auxiliary and main verb          
Conjugation (am, speaks, went, etc.)          
Present participle / ing form (going etc.) easy        
Past participle / ed form (done etc.) easy medium      
The imperative mood          
The subjunctive mood          
The gerund (building, seeing, etc.)          
The infinitive of verbs (to go, to drink, to make, etc.)          
List of verbs requiring the infinitive with ‘to’          
Using the infinitive without ‘to’          
Stative verbs (own, think, like, etc.)          
List of stative verbs