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English Verbs List with Telugu Meaning PDF




Verbs are one of the most essential parts of speech in any language. They are the words that express actions, states or occurrences. Without verbs, sentences would be incomplete and meaningless. Learning verbs is therefore very important for anyone who wants to master English.




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However, verbs can also be tricky to learn because they have different forms and tenses that change according to the subject, time and mood of the sentence. For example, the verb "to be" can be "am", "is", "are", "was", "were", "will be", "have been", "had been", "will have been" and so on depending on the context.


So how can you learn all these verb forms and tenses easily? One way is to use a list of English verbs with their meanings in your native language. This way, you can quickly look up any verb you encounter and understand its meaning and usage. If your native language is Telugu, then you are in luck because there is a PDF file that contains a comprehensive list of English verbs with their meanings in Telugu.


Types of Verbs




Before we look at the PDF file, let's review some basic types of verbs that you need to know.


  • Regular verbs are verbs that follow a simple pattern when they change their forms. They usually add -ed or -d to their base form to make their past tense and past participle forms. For example, walk -> walked, play -> played.



  • Irregular verbs are verbs that do not follow a regular pattern when they change their forms. They have different forms that you need to memorize. For example, go -> went -> gone, see -> saw -> seen.



  • Transitive verbs are verbs that take an object after them. They answer the question "what?" or "whom?" after the verb. For example, He ate an apple. (What did he eat?) She loves him. (Whom does she love?)



  • Intransitive verbs are verbs that do not take an object after them. They do not answer the question "what?" or "whom?" after the verb. For example, He sleeps. (What does he sleep?) She cries. (Whom does she cry?)



  • Modal verbs are verbs that express possibility, ability, permission, obligation, necessity or advice. They are usually followed by another verb in its base form. For example, can, could, may, might, must, should, would.



  • Auxiliary verbs are verbs that help other verbs to form different tenses and moods. They are usually followed by another verb in its past participle or present participle form. For example, be, have, do.



Verb Tenses




Verb tenses show when an action or state happens in relation to the present time. There are three main tenses in English: present tense, past tense and future tense. Each tense has four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous.


  • Present tense shows what is happening now or what happens regularly or habitually.



  • Simple present tense shows a fact, a general truth or a habitual action. For example, He works as a teacher. (fact) The sun rises in the east. (general truth) She reads a book every day. (habitual action)



  • Present continuous tense shows an action that is happening right now or around now. For example, He is working on his project. (right now) She is reading a book these days. (around now)



  • Present perfect tense shows an action that has just finished or has a connection with the present time. For example, He has finished his project. (just finished) She has read three books this month. (connection with present time)



  • Present perfect continuous tense shows an action that started in the past and is still continuing or has just stopped in the present time. For example, He has been working on his project since morning. (still continuing) She has been reading a book for two hours. (just stopped)



  • Past tense shows what happened before now or in a specific time in the past.



  • Simple past tense shows a completed action or state in a specific time in the past. For example He worked as a teacher last year. (completed action) The sun rose at 6 am yesterday. (completed state)



  • Past continuous tense shows an action that was happening at a specific time in the past or an interrupted action in the past. For example He was working on his project when I called him yesterday. (happening at a specific time) She was reading a book when someone knocked on the door. (interrupted action)



  • Past perfect tense shows an action that had finished before another action or time in the past. For example He had finished his project before I arrived yesterday. (finished before another action) She had read three books by June last year. (finished before another time)



  • Past perfect continuous tense shows an action that started and continued until another action or time in the past. For example He had been working on his project since morning until I arrived yesterday.(started and continued until another action) She had been reading a book for two hours when someone knocked on the door.(started and continued until another time)



  • Future tense shows what will happen later than now or in a specific time in the future.



  • Simple future tense shows a prediction, a plan or an intention for the future. He will work as a teacher next year.(prediction) The sun will rise at 6 am tomorrow.(plan) She will read a book later.(intention)



Future continuous tense


  • shows an action that will be happening at a specific time in the future or an interrupted action in the future. He will be working on his project when I call him tomorrow.(happening at a specific time) She will be reading a book when someone knocks on the door.(interrupted action)




Future perfect tense


  • shows an action that will have finished before another action or time in the future. He will have finished his project before I arrive tomorrow.(finished before another action) She will have read three books by June next year.(finished before another time)




Future perfect continuous tense


  • shows an action that will start and continue until another action or time in the future. He will have been working on his project since morning until I arrive tomorrow.(started and continued until another action) She will have been reading a book for two hours when someone knocks on the door.(started and continued until another time)





English Verbs List with Telugu Meaning PDF




Now that you have learned some basic types of verbs and their tenses and forms, you might be wondering where to find a PDF file that contains a list of English verbs with their meanings in Telugu. Well, you are in luck because there is such a file that you can download for free from this link: https://www.scribd.com/document/526244686/Verbs-Meanings-in-Telugu-and-4-Four-Verb-Forms.


This PDF file has 21 pages and contains 1000 English verbs with their meanings in Telugu and their four verb forms: base form, past tense, past participle and present participle. The verbs are arranged in alphabetical order for easy reference. You can use this file as a handy guide to learn and practice English verbs anytime and anywhere.


To give you an idea of what the PDF file looks like, here is a sample table with some verbs and their meanings in Telugu.


English Verb


Telugu Meaning


Base Form


Past Tense


Past Participle


Present Participle


absorb


గాలిచడ


absorb / absorbs


absorbed


absorbed


absorbing


accept


అగీకరిచడ


accept / accepts


accepted


accepted


accepting


achieve


సాధిచడ


achieve / achieves


achieved


achieved


achieving


act


నటిచడ / ప్రవర్తిచడ


act / acts


acted


acted


acting




add



కalapadaం



add / adds



added



added



adding





address



సంబోధించదం / చిరును విద హ న ల ు క ో వ ద ం / ప ్ ర స ం గ ి క ్ ర ు త ు న ు క ో వ ద ంhttps://www.scribd.com/document/526244686/Verbs-Meanings-in-Telugu-and-4-Four-Verb-Forms. You will find 1000 English verbs with their meanings in Telugu and their four verb forms that you can use to practice and master English verbs.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)





  • What are verbs?



Verbs are words that express actions, states or occurrences. For example, run, sleep, be, happen.


  • What are the types of verbs?



The types of verbs include regular verbs, irregular verbs, transitive verbs, intransitive verbs, modal verbs and auxiliary verbs.


  • What are the verb tenses?



The verb tenses show when an action or state happens in relation to the present time. The verb tenses include present tense, past tense and future tense. Each tense has four aspects: simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous.


  • What are the verb forms?



The verb forms show how a verb changes its shape according to its tense and mood. The verb forms include base form, past participle, present participle and gerund.


  • Where can I find a PDF file with a list of English verbs with their meanings in Telugu?



You can find a PDF file with a list of 1000 English verbs with their meanings in Telugu and their four verb forms from this link: https://www.scribd.com/document/526244686/Verbs-Meanings-in-Telugu-and-4-Four-Verb-Forms. You can download it for free and use it as a guide to learn and practice English verbs.



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