Definition: Those words which show an action or existence of some work are called Verbs. These words are used for saying something about some person, place or thing.
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There are mainly four types of verb. Underline words are verbs. 
1. Transitive Verb (सकर्मक क्रिया): Transitive Verb is an action verb which has a direct object.
Examples : 
(a) She wrote a letter.  (Transitive Verb - wrote, Direct object - letter)
(b) She loves birds.  (Transitive Verb - loves, Direct object - birds)
(c) He left the book on the table.  (Transitive Verb - left, Direct object - book)

2. Intransitive Verb (अकर्मक क्रिया): Intransitive Verb is an action verb which has no direct object.
Examples : 
(a) The sun shines brightly. (Intransitive Verb - shines)
(b) The girl is crying. (Intransitive Verb - is crying)
(c) The bus arrives at 1 o'clock. (Intransitive Verb - arrives)


3. Linking Verb (संयोजक क्रिया): Linking Verb is a connecting or relationship verb of a subject and its predicate. 
Some common linking verbs are: is, are, am, was, were, has, have, had, will, is being, had been, appear, become, feel, grow, seem, keep, look, stay, sound, taste, smell, turn, get, remain etc.
Examples : 
(a) My father was a player. (Linking verb - was)
(b) She is beautiful. (Linking verb - is)
(c) The baby elephant looks cute. (Linking verb - looks)

4. Auxiliary Verb (सहायक क्रिया): Auxiliary Verb is also known as Helping Verb. It is used to write sentences in different tenses, passive voice, moods, negative and interrogative sentences.
Common Auxiliary verbs are :
(i) be: is, are, am, was, were, are not etc.
(ii) do: do, does, did, did not etc.
(iii) have: has, have, had, had not etc.
Examples : 
(a) She has helped me. (Present perfect tense, Auxiliary verb - has)
(b) I have been helped by her. (Passive voice, Auxiliary verb - have been)
(c) Does he play cricket? (Interrogative sentence, Auxiliary verb - does)

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