Students should know the types of verb and how to use them in the correct ways. Individuals use the word verb to describe acts and states of being. Verbs include words like describe, eat, and rotate. Students will see, there are various types of verb, and they don’t all work in the same way. As a result, students should know the various types of verb that they should employ and how to use them effectively to build strong, unambiguous sentences. These can be physical acts involving our bodies or objects, such as jumping, hitting, or singing, or mental actions involving our minds, such as thinking, considering, or memorizing. The majority of the verbs students will come across are action verbs. Stative verbs, unlike action verbs, refer to states of being or situations. Stative verbs are used to describe attributes, states of existence, views, beliefs, and emotions in general. Stative verbs do not refer to actions when used in a phrase. It’s vital to understand that depending on the context, some verbs can be used as action or stative verbs. If students will not know the types of verbs they will not be able to form correct sentences. Students should have good writing skills and communication skills. To develop these skills students should know the type of verbs and how to use them effectively.