Non Finites Exercises Class 10 - Download Free PDF With Solutions
Verbs are inseparable parts of the sentence, and we use verbs in our daily conversations. Verbs have different forms; among them, the non-finite form is one of the most used verbs. Do you have a clear image of non-finite verbs? If not, this article will guide you to learn non-finite verbs.
Non-finite verbs refer to those verbs that don't follow tense, person, and number. These verbs are generally used as secondary verbs helping the main verb in a sentence. Example: Gardening is my favourite time-pass. Download the free PDF to understand the topic better and practise exercises.
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FAQs on Non Finite Verbs Exercises for Class 10
1. What are the fundamental differences between finite and non-finite verbs?
Finite verbs are used in a sentence as the main verb. On the other hand, non-finite verbs are used in a sentence and don’t act as adverbs, adjectives, or nouns. Finite verbs indicate tense, person, and number, but non-finite verbs don’t indicate tense, person, and number.
2. What is the subject-verb agreement?
Subject-verb agreement is a grammatical idea where a subject in a sentence aligns with the sentence's main verb. Like, if the subject is in a singular form, the verb should be singular. On the other hand, if the subject is in plural form, the verb should be plural.
3. Do non-finite verbs follow the subject-verb agreement?
The non-finite verbs don’t follow the subject-verb agreement as they don’t align with the tenses, number, and person.