Basic Form of The Verb

Basic Form of The Verb :

Verbs are normally listed in English language dictionaries according to the basic or simple form of the verb.

ACCEPT is the basic form of the verb ACCEPT.

Accepting, accepted and accepts are other forms of the same verb ACCEPT.

In this website-page, the basic form of each verb appears in alphabetical order. Both the active voice-form and the passive voice-form of the verb are given. In addition, whether the verb is transitive or intransitive or both is also mentioned against each verb. All the four forms of the verb are also mentioned.

1. Present Tense Form
2. Past tense Form
3. Present Participle Form
4. Past participle Form

The conjugation of each verb is also analyzed in detail.

The verb is used in all the twelve tenses.


  1. The Verb
  2. The Auxiliary Verbs
  3. Subject-Verb Agreement - 1
  4. Subject-Verb Agreement - 2
  5. The English Verb
  6. Basic Form of The Verb
  7. Principal Parts of A Verb
  8. Non-finite Form of The Verb
  9. The Intensive Forms of English Verbs
  10. Verbal Idioms
  11. Confusing Verbs
  12. Agreement of The Verb with The Subject
  13. Sentences with Agreement of The Verb with The Subject
  14. Two Auxiliaries with One Principal Verb
  15. One Auxiliary with Two Principal Verbs
  16. Words Used as Verbs
  17. Intransitive Verb of Complete Predication
  18. Intransitive Verb of Incomplete Predication
  19. Defective Verbs
  20. Strong Verbs
  21. Tests of A Strong Verb
  22. Wholly Strong Strong Verbs
  23. Partly Strong Strong Verbs
  24. List of Strong Verbs
  25. Weak Verbs
  26. Tests of A Weak Verb
  27. List of Weak Verbs
  28. Mixed Verbs
  29. Strong Verbs Becoming Partly Weak Verbs

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