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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Verb

Complete the sentence.

The word write is a(n) __________.

Incorrect. Think about how the word _write_ can be used. >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I write a book every year.{/color} >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I like to write a book every year.{/color} >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I like writing a book every year.{/color} In the above examples _write_, _to write_ , and _writing_ are actions so they are **verbs** with the latter two being **unconjugated verbs** as you should soon learn, if you have not already. However: >{color:red}**Incorrect:** His write is exceptional.{/color} _Write_ trying to be used as a **noun**; you would need the word _writing_ as this is the proper **noun** for _to write_. >{color:red}**Incorrect:** His write book is beautiful.{/color} _Write_ trying to be used as an **adjective** to describe the **noun** _book_; you would need the word _writing_ as this is the proper **adjective** for _to write_ when placed before a **noun**. As for an **adverb** _to write_ does not have an **adverb** as you cannot say _writingly_.
You are right! Think about how the word _write_ can be used. >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I write a book every year.{/color} >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I like to write a book every year.{/color} >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I like writing a book every year.{/color} In the above examples _write_, _to write_ , and _writing_ are actions so they are **verbs** with the latter two being **unconjugated verbs** as you should soon learn, if you have not already. However: >{color:red}**Incorrect:** His write is exceptional.{/color} _Write_ trying to be used as a **noun**; you would need the word _writing_ as this is the proper **noun** for _to write_. >{color:red}**Incorrect:** His write book is beautiful.{/color} _Write_ trying to be used as an **adjective** to describe the **noun** _book_; you would need the word _writing_ as this is the proper **adjective** for _to write_ when placed before a **noun**. As for an **adverb** _to write_ does not have an **adverb** as you cannot say _writingly_.
Think about how the word _write_ can be used. >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I write a book every year.{/color} >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I like to write a book every year.{/color} >{color:dark-green}**Correct:** I like writing a book every year.{/color} In the above examples _write_, _to write_ , and _writing_ are actions so they are **verbs** with the latter two being **unconjugated verbs** as you should soon learn, if you have not already. However: >{color:red}**Incorrect:** His write is exceptional.{/color} _Write_ trying to be used as a **noun**; you would need the word _writing_ as this is the proper **noun** for _to write_. >{color:red}**Incorrect:** His write book is beautiful.{/color} _Write_ trying to be used as an **adjective** to describe the **noun** _book_; you would need the word _writing_ as this is the proper **adjective** for _to write_ when placed before a **noun**. As for an **adverb** _to write_ does not have an **adverb** as you cannot say _writingly_.
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