Verbs are one of the eight major word types.  A verb refers to an action, event or state. To learn more about verbs you have to know these topics (list of rules):

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     English language does not have only past, present and future tenses. There are four kinds of past, four kinds of present and four kinds of future tenses. That is why English is an exact language. When you say a sentence in a specific tense, changing the form of the verb tense adds extra meaning to your sentence. That is why when you speak English about an event that happened in the past, with the help of one of the four types of the past tenses you can convey information to your interlocutor about when exactly this event occurred.

     There are 12 tenses: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Present Perfect Simple, Present Perfect Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect Simple, Past Perfect Continuous, Future Simple, Future Continuous, Future Perfect Simple, and Future Perfect Continuous.

     When considering each of the twelve tenses in English, it is important to learn the verb “to be” separately, because it is a strong verb and sentences with it are formed differently.

     Also, you should study such topics as: types of verbs, verb forms, verb patterns, phrasal verbs, direct and indirect speech, language structures such as Conditional sentences and sentences using Wish / If only


Explanations of using verbs in English have the most rules. But do not worry, just study them step by step.