An action is something a theing can do, in English: a verb.
There is no conjugation for actions. That means that the ovject does not change with the subject or number. The only exception is the action to be (am, is, are, was, were, been).
- past tense: + ed
- future tense: l before (or ‘ll)
- perfect tense: v (or ‘ve) or s (or ‘s) before, without apostrophe, and + ed (finished)
- act is still in progress: + ing
Examples of actions;