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Instruct is already a verb. Other verbs depending on the tense are instructs, instructing and instructed.

Some example sentences are:
"I will instruct you".
"He instructs the workers".
"We are instructing them how to use this".
"They were instructed how to use the new photocopier".

"Instruct" is itself a verb, e.g. "I will instruct, I do instruct, I am instructing, I have instructed, etc."
It's actually instructing and instructed.
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What is a verb?

Verbs describe (i) an action, (ii) a state or (iii) an occurrence:- . As an action word, it is something that you do, like walk or play or eat . . As a state of being: "My name is John. I am 20 years old. I am Caucasian and my girlfriend looks gorgeous! And she has a heart of gold!" . As an occurrence/happening: "The snow glistened on the trees tops." . 1. ACTION VERBS are something that someone or something is doing, such as run, talk, play, go, cook, speak, etc. For example, in the phrase: "He is running", the two words 'is running ' is the present continuous form of the verb 'to run'. Here are a few more examples: . They slept late that day. . It slid off the shelf. . Safa played with her toys. . She screamed as loudly as she could. 2. 'STATE' VERBS Examples: . Ice is cold. Puppies need a lot of care and attention. Bananas are yellow. Some people prefer winter to summer. Does life exist on other planets? Do you know what I mean ? 3. 'OCCURRENCE' VERBS Examples: . The centenary of Florence Nightingale's death fell on Monday 10th May, 2010. . William becomes six on Tuesday. . A completely happy day? It happens , sometimes! . REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS With regular verbs, the past and perfect forms end with '~ed', e.g. talk/talked. Irregular verbs do not end their past and perfect forms with '~ed'. They change quite differently e.g. speak/spoke/spoken, sing/sang/sung. AUXILIARY VERBS are words that "help" the verb. e.g. . In the sentence "I will run", 'will' is the helping verb, making it into a future form of the verb to run . . In the sentence "I have run", 'have' is the helping verb, changing the main verb ' run ' into it's present perfect form. The verbs to be , to have and to do are used as auxiliary verbs. Their present, past, singular and plural forms all being used as appropriate. MODAL AUXILIARY VERBS : can, could, may, might, would, shall, should, must, ought to. Examples: . I must visit my grandmother. . You ought to do more exercise. . Ben can ride a bike. . My Uncle might come on Sunday. . I could help you with your homework, but I don't know if I should (help you with your homework.) Note that Modal Auxiliary Verbs have no infinitives. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more information about verbs, see 'Related links' below this box. .

What is verb?

A verb is what you do, any action. For example run, jump, hike, eat, sigh, and fly are all verbs.

What are the to be verbs?

I am - you are - he/she/it is ... we/you/they are . I/you/he/she/it was ... we/you/they were . have been . will (shall) be

What are instructions?

Instructions are a given way of following things. They are given in a specific order so the outcome comes out as it was supposed to be in the beginning.

What are to be verbs?

to be verbs or verbs of being are linking verbs or helping verbs. They are:. am is are was were have has had do did does think seem feel remain can could should would may might must smell taste

Is 'is' a verb?

Yes also it is auxiliary verb to used in a verb phrase, and you will know that 'he is' makes sense.

Is will a verb?

Will is two verbs - that is it has a conjugated form as the verb to will , meaning more-or-less to desire strongly, or more commonly to bequeath: He willed it to me. And it has an unconjugated form as the auxiliary verb used in the compound future tense: we will go.

Is 'to' a verb?

ANSWER: To is NOT a verb. It can be used as a preposition or infinitive. EXAMPLES: Infinitive: I want to run. Preposition: We are going to the store.

Is 'be' a verb?

Yes , be is the infinitive of the verb. This is the verb that is conjugated to form, for example: I am You are She is We were

Is what a verb?

No it's not taking action so it is not a verb. It is an adverb.

Is has a verb?

Yes, 'has' is a verb or a helper (auxiliary) verb. Examples: Main verb: John has the measles. Bill has amotorcycle. Auxiliary verb: John has finished his homework.

What is instructions?

Instructions are a given way of following things. They are given in a specific order so the outcome comes out as it was supposed to be in the beginning.

What does a verb do?

The verb in a sentence expresses an action or a state of being. We can walk to the convenience store. ('walk' is an action) We are late for school. ('are' is a state of being) Mom makes great brownies. ('make' is an action) Dad is very tall. ('is' is a state of being) My brother believes in life on other planets. ('believe' isan action) The restaurant was very crowded. ('was' is a state of being)

What does verb do?

a verb describes a noun.like right before the noun...examples:(the capatalized words are the verbs) RUNNING reptile CLIMBING sarah TALKING rabbit AWESOME (resteraunt name) habanaros COOL wind ANNOYING (someones name) bob .like those r describing the word that comes next.

What is an verbs?

A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of a sentence, such as hear ,...

Is were a verb?

Actually, yes, "were" is a verb, but not just any kind of verb;it's a linking verb.

Is does a verb?

Yes Does is the third person singular form of the verb do . Doesis used with he/she/it and singular noun subjects. He does the dishes everyday. She does nothing allday. (He/she = subject) The cat does nothing all day. ( cat = singular noun subject) For other subjects use do: I do the dishes everyday. They do the dishesat night. We do the dishes everyday.

Is they a verb?

No. A verb is something you do. Walk, run, eat, slap, kick, and kill are verbs.

Is I a verb?

No, a verb will be an action, or a link between the subject and anoun or adjective. The word "I" is a pronoun , the first-person singularpersonal pronoun, nominative case.

What is verbe?

A verb is a word that describes an something that is happening orhas happened. There are two types of verbs, action verbs andlinking verbs.

Is 'she' a verb?

No, the word she is a pronoun, a word that takes the place of a noun for a female in a sentence. Example Sentence: Maria is a good cook, she makes delicious soup.

Is our a verb?

No it's the first person plural possessive pronoun which is used as an adjective. (The other possessive pronouns are my, your, its, his, her and their)

Is out verb?

1. Abbr. V or vb. . a. The part of speech that expresses existence, action, or occurrence in most languages.. b. Any of the words belonging to this part of speech, as be, run, or conceive. . 2. A phrase or other construction used as a verb..

Can are be a verb?

Yes. It's a linking verb. "You are smart." "You" is the subject. "Are" is the verb.

When is did a verb?

Did is a verb when it is describing an action. For example: - Shaun did his shoelaces up. - She did her homework quickly. A verb is a word that describes an action ( run, walk, etc ), a state of being ( exist, stand, etc ) or occurrence ( happen, become, etc ).

Is you a verb?

The word 'you' is not a verb. The word 'you' is a pronoun . The pronoun 'you' is a personal pronoun, a word that takes theplace of a noun (or nouns) for the person (or persons) spoken to. A verb is a word for an action or a state of being. Examples: . The teacher gave you a good grade. (the verb is 'gave') . You are doing well in that class. (the verb is 'aredoing') . I can make lunch for you. (the verb is 'can make')

Is this a verbs she is?

No it is not a verb but is....is a verb you cannot is but it is a helping word he is a i think Pronoun?? not sure but any action word or helping word is a verb

Can to be a verb?

No. The word "to" is used as a preposition to indicate, among manythings, destination (to the city), transfer (to his friend), orcomparison (to the rest). It is, however, used in forming the infinitive of averb (to be, to ask, to sit).

What are the verb?

A verb is a doing word such as: swim, run, jump, yell, sleep, hop, paddle etc. Verbs are also known as doing words:)

Can 'is' and 'are' be verbs?

Yes, not only are "is" and "are" verbs, they are two forms of the same verb, "be". See link below for a complete conjugation of that irregular verb in English.

Is have a verb?

Yes. It is a verb meaning to possess, own, or exhibit, and is also a helper verb in the "perfect" tenses.

What is the instruction?

In the language of microprocessor instruction is the combination of opcode and operand where you tell the machine that what do you want to perform.

Can does be a verb?

Yes. The word "does" is a form of the verb "to do" -- the presenttense, third person singular: he does, she does, it does. It also takes this conjugation when it precedes the infinitive ofanother verb (He does run, he does sit, he does eat) or to ask a question (Doeshe drive?).

What is verb i?

I isn't a verb. I is a personal pronoun, a word that takes the place of your name; the first person (speaker), subjective (subject of a sentence or clause) pronoun.

Is he had a verb?

No. It is both a subject pronoun (he) and a verb (had). But it requires an object, or an understood object or verb. Example: "He had (a mustache)." "Had he been out tonight?" "He had." (been out)

Is him a verb?

No, the word 'him' is a personal pronoun , a word that takesthe place of a singular noun for a specific (male) person. A verb is a word for an action or a state of being. The pronoun 'him' is the objective form, a word that functions asthe object of a verb or a preposition. The corresponding subjective personal pronoun is 'he', a word thattakes the place of a noun for a specific (male) person as thesubject of a sentence or a clause. Examples: Jack is riding his bike. He got it for his birthday. (subject ofthe sentence) The bike he got for his birthday is blue. (subject of the relativeclause) We saw him riding his bike up and down our street. (direct objectof the verb) Jack's parents bought it for him. (object of the preposition)

What does instructive?

1.making an unwelcome manifestation with disruptive or adverse effect. . [of a person) Disturbing another by one's uninvited or unwelcome presence. .

What if you were a verb?

The pronoun 'you' is sometimes joined with a verb in a contraction, which functions as a subject and verb (or auxiliary verb) of a sentence or clause. Examples: You are a good friend. or, You're a good friend. You have done your best. or, You've done your best. You will get your chance. or You'll get your chance.

Is why a verb?

No. It is an adverb, or a conjunction ( he told them why heleft ), and more rarely an exclamation of exasperation,rhetorically asking for a cause or meaning ( why me? ).

Why is not not a verb?

Not is not a verb simply because it does not do one of the following: Perform an action, or Denote a state of being. For example: "I eat fish." Eat is a verb in this situation, since it denotes the action of eating. "I am a fish." Am is a verb since it is a state of being, saying exactly what the subject is. You cannot, however, say "I not fish" or "I not a fish." You can only say "I do not eat fish." In this, "do eat" is the verb, while not describes it, making it an adverb.

How is a verb?

A verb is an action. How is not a verb, if that was what you were asking.

Is for a verb?

No. The word "for" is a preposition, indicating use, intended use, or recipient. It can also be used as a conjunction to mean "because."

Is it verb?

Is is a verb. It is a pronoun. Verb is a noun. Hopefully, this gives you the answer you were looking for. Your question is not written very clearly.

Is a verb?

yes part of the verb "to be" I am he is she is it is you are we are they are

Is an a verb?

No, it is not a verb. It is an article (along with "a" and "the").

Is ''has'' a verb?

Has can be a verb when used alone, and it can be a helping verb when it directly precedes another verb. Mike has the car. Verb He has driven it for 8 hours. Helping Verb

Is 'had' a verb?

Yes, it is a verb. It is the past tense of "to have" and used as anauxiliary verb in the past perfect tense.

Which word correct with these verb to instruct to entertain to persuade?

Another word that falls into the same grouping as instruct,entertain, or persuade is convince. A word that means to instructis teach. There are a few different synonyms for all of thesewords.

Is these a verb?

No. it is not a verb. These is a pronoun (plural of this) and is used as an adjective.

What is the verb for your?

The word 'your' is a pronoun called a possessiveadjective , a word that takes the place of the noun (name) forthe person spoken to. The pronoun 'your' is placed before a noun to show that the nounbelongs to the person spoken to. Any verb can be used in a sentence with the pronoun 'your'. Examples: Your mother is waiting for your call . (the verb is'is waiting') Did you bring your lunch ? (the verb is 'did bring') I thought your essay was excellent. (the verbs are 'thought'and 'was') Your job and your classes take all of yourtime . (the verb is 'take') Your smile lights up your face . (the verb is'lights')