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By definition, a verb is a word that describes an occurrence of an action. It also explains the current situation of the person, thing or an object. This word "verb" is from Latin word verbum and it means "word". Without verbs, your sentence seems useless and cannot elaborate true meaning to the reader or listener.
English Grammar - 6 Tips For ESL Learners
6 tips to help ESL learners learn English grammar.
Most of us know the standard way foreign languages are taught: very little direct practice (in German high schools statistically about 20 hours in eight years!), a lot of translations from one's native to the target language and lots of grammar drill. The problem with this:
Homophones are words that have exactly the same sound (pronunciation) but different meanings and (usually) spelling.
The structure of a sentence is very important to communication because words in different sequences can mean different things, although the words are the same.