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English Grammar

Finite and Infinite Verbs


What is Finite Verbs?

Finite verbs mean the verbs which can change the form in accordance with the subject.

  • I eat rice. / He eats rice. / They eat rice.
  • I am a student. / He is a student. / They are students.

What is Infinite Verbs?

On the other hand, Infinite verbs is the verbs which dol not change their form in accordance with the subjects.

  • I am eating rice.
  • He is eating rice.
  • They are eating rice.

Must know about Active and Passive Voice

Therefore, you can see that any verbs can be both finite and infinite verbs. The form of finite verbs will be changed by their subject but infinite verbs will not change the forms by their subjects.

 

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