- What is the noun of care?
- What is the verb form of took?
- Is dangerous a noun or verb?
- How do you use the verb need?
- What is the verb form of afraid?
- What is a strong verb example?
- What is the most dangerous word in the world?
- What is the verb form of need?
- Is needed a noun or verb?
- Is were a verb or noun?
- Is Dangered a word?
- What is the verb of beautiful?
- What is the verb of dangerously?
- What is the noun form of dangerously?
- What is the adjective of hope?
- What is the abstract noun of dangerous?
- What is the verb form of strong?
- What is the adjective of Colour?
What is the noun of care?
Care as a noun As a noun care means worry or anxiety.
It has a plural form – cares.
He doesn’t have many cares.
The care of my children is my first priority..
What is the verb form of took?
verb. simple past tense of take. Nonstandard. a past participle of take.
Is dangerous a noun or verb?
adjective. full of danger or risk; causing danger; perilous; risky; hazardous; unsafe. able or likely to cause physical injury: a dangerous criminal.
How do you use the verb need?
We can use main verb need as an alternative to semi-modal need. Main verb need is followed by to and it changes with person, number and tense (I, you, we, they need to; she, he, it needs to; I, you, she, he, it, we, they needed to).
What is the verb form of afraid?
“Afraid” doesn’t really have a noun and verb form. You can use the word “fear”:I fear snakes. As a noun: I have a fear of snakes. Other possible verbs are “scare” and “frighten”. Examples: I’m frightened of snakes/ Snakes frighten me.
What is a strong verb example?
Strong verbs are more specific than weak verbs. Strong verbs make writing more descriptive and more concise. Strong verb examples include: cultivate, lecture, revive, and zoom.
What is the most dangerous word in the world?
According to research the most dangerous word for our brains is noVocalising your negativity, saying no, or frowning produces stress chemicals in your brain and in the listener’s brain. … Secondly, the listener will experience more anxiety and this further undermines cooperation and trust.More items…•
What is the verb form of need?
The modal verb need does not change its form, so the third person singular of the present tense does not end in ‘-s’: He need not take the exam. The ordinary transitive verb need has a regular past tense needed: They needed to be careful.
Is needed a noun or verb?
adjective. necessary, required, or wanted (usually used in combination): a much-needed vacation.
Is were a verb or noun?
As detailed above, ‘were’ can be a noun or a verb. Here are some examples of its usage: Verb usage: John, you were the only person to see him. Verb usage: We were about to leave.
Is Dangered a word?
Dangered definitions. Simple past tense and past participle of danger.
What is the verb of beautiful?
Examples; beauty (Noun), beautify (verb), beautiful (adjective), beautifully (adverb).
What is the verb of dangerously?
Word family (noun) danger (adjective) endangered dangerous (verb) endanger (adverb) dangerously. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdan‧ger‧ous‧ly /ˈdeɪndʒərəsli/ ●○○ adverb in a way that is dangerous The boat was dangerously close to the rocks.
What is the noun form of dangerously?
noun. noun. /ˈdeɪndʒər/ 1[uncountable] danger (of something) the possibility of something happening that will injure, harm, or kill someone, or damage or destroy something Danger!
What is the adjective of hope?
adjective. full of hope; expressing hope: His hopeful words stimulated optimism. exciting hope; promising advantage or success: a hopeful prospect.
What is the abstract noun of dangerous?
Explanation: danger is an adjective form.So it’s abstract noun is danger.
What is the verb form of strong?
14 English Words with 4 FormsNOUNVERBADVERBsadnesssaddensadlysignificancesignifysignificantlystrengthstrengthenstronglysuccesssucceedsuccessfully10 more rows
What is the adjective of Colour?
coloured. adjective. /ˈkʌləd/ /ˈkʌlərd/ (US English colored)