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2015-01-09T22:12:16+05:30
A finite verb is a verb which has a subject and shows tense. In short, it is a verb being a verb (i.e., a doing word) as opposed to a verbal (which is another part of speech formed from a verb).
Example:
He painted the fence.(In this example, painted is a finite verb.)He varnished the painted fence.(In this example, painted is a verbal. It's actually a participle from the verb to paint, which is being used as an adjective. A verbal is another name for a non-finite verb.
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2015-01-10T15:58:38+05:30
A finite verb is a verb which has a subject and shows tense. In short, it is a verb being a verb (i.e., a doing word) as opposed to a verbal (which is another part of speech formed from a verb).
Example:
He painted the fence.(In this example, painted is a finite verb.)He varnished thepainted fence.(In this example, painted is a verbal. It's actually a participle from the verb to paint, which is being used as an adjective. A verbal is another name for a non-finite verb.
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