Finite verb

Finite verb

A finite verb is a one, two, three or four-word verb, which acts as a single meaningful sentence part and is essential (necessary) for the existence of the sentence.
Examples of finite verbs are:
is eating
has been eaten
will have been eating

Object :

This is usually a noun phrase, i.e. a group of words built around a noun or  a pronoun. The object answers the question:
finite verb + whom?�or
finite verb + what?
      As in these examples:
     The teacher praised the student. (praised whom?—Answer: the student)
     Ahmad eats mangoes. (eats what?—Answer: mangoes)
     The student and mangoes are the objects in the above sentences.

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