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Action Words

Sep 3, 2022
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Action words, often known as action verbs, are words that express an action. Something is being done.   

Examples:

Jump, crawl, eat, drink, go, stop, run, walk, sleep, wash, open, close, push, pull, play, hug, tickle, dance, shake, sit, stand, toss, catch, and come etc.  The words given to the image are all called action words.

  • Jumping      
Jumping
  • Running
 Running
  • Dancing
Dancing
  • Laughing
Laughing

 

  • Crying
Crying

Actions can be performed by animals as well. 

  • The monkey is eating a banana. 
The monkey is eating a banana.
  • The horse is running along the seashore. 
The horse is running along the seashore. 
  • Peacock is dancing in the rain. 
Peacock is dancing in the rain
  • The birds are singing.  
The birds are singing.

Even objects can carry out actions. 

  • A moving train. 
A moving train. 
  • The airplane is flying
The airplane is flying. 
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