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Syllabus and Exam Weightage for Class 6 हिन्दी व्याकरण - ब6 हिंदी व्याकरण – अ

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वर्णमाला तथा वर्णविचारः
लिङ्गं वचनम् तथा पुरुषः
संज्ञा शब्द रूपाणि तथा वाक्यप्रयोगः
सर्वनाम शब्द रूपाणि तथा वाक्य प्रयोगः
क्रियापदानि तथा धातु रूपाणि

A verb is a word for "doing." A verb may say a physical action (e.g. swimming, writing, climbing).
A mental action (for example, to think, to conjecture, to consider).
A state of being (e.g., being, being, being and appearing).
Verbs Can Express Physical Actions Here are some sentences which express physical actions with verbs. (The verb is emphasized in every example) She sells pegs and lucky heather.
(The word sells is a verb in this example which describes the physical activity to sell.) The doctor wrote the prescription.
(The word written in this example is a verb, which expresses the physical activity of writing.) Alison bought a ticket.
(The term bought is a verb. It represents the physical activity to purchase.) Verbs May Represent Mental Activities While many verbs represent physical actions (e.g. running, walking, singing), they can also convey mental acts. For example, She thinks the job is done.
(The word determines to be a noun. This describes the mental activity to consider.) Peter assumed the correct number.
(The term foresaw is a verb. It reflects the mental activity of conjecture.) I felt the same.
Verbs May Represent a State of Being A small but extremely significant set of verbs does not represent any action at all. (The word thought is a verb. It represents the mental activity to think.) In this category, the most important verb (arguably, of all) is the verb to be.
Here are some real examples of the verb to be: Edwina is the most important elephant in this region.
(This word is a noun to be) It was a joke.
(The phrase was the noun that was to be) I am.
(Point of interest: I am the shortest sentence in English.) The Forms of Verbs Like we discussed, a verb can be classified as a functional verb (e.g., running), a logical verb (e.g., thinking), or a state-of-being verb (e.g., being). 

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