The Infinitive Form is also known as the Root Form. It is when the verb is at it’s most basic form. It is the version of the verb which will appear in the dictionary. When a verb is preceded by the word to, it is said to be in its infinitive form (i.e., its most basic form). The infinitive form of a verb is usually preceded by to (e.g., to run, to dance, to think). However the infinitive form is not always preceded by to.
Verbs are one of the most important types of words in the English language. Along with nouns, verbs can help you establish your first sentences. Often referred to as an action word or doing word, a verb also conveys
Verbs change depending on the time that the action takes place. It is called the verb tense. Although less common, they can also change depending on who is doing the action. The verbs can change depending on whether it is referring to the first person, the second person, or the third person. They can also change depending on whether the noun is singular, or plural, or non countable. Verbs can be categorised as