Hello, readers.  This has been a relatively quiet week.  Had a couple of requests for quotes, which was nice and flattering, but so far no work.  But I don't mind, between hunting for a new car and battening down the hatches in preparation for a crazy winter storm, I've had little time to write.  And I spent the better part of Wednesday afternoon battling my old nemesis...math!!!!  Yep I tried to be a responsible adult and build a budget, and I did, after a huge learning curve and much aggravation. :)

Now onto today's topic...verbs.  Verbs are simply action words.  They can be singular or plural and denote past, present and future.  It can be used with a first-, second- and third-person subject.

I live there.
We live there.
You live there.
They live there.
I lived there.
We lived there.
You lived there.
They lived there.

It's as simple as that.  However next week we will be taking a more in depth look at tenses.

If anyone would like a topic covered in the future or have any questions feel free to leave a comment or contact me directly.  Also, if I make any mistakes, please point them out, I'm still learning too and welcome any kind of pointers, corrections and criticisms.

© 2012 S. Stevens

Lutz, Gary and Diane Stevenson. Writer's Digest Grammar Desk Reference. Cincinnati: Writer's Digest Books, 2010. Print.