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INTODUCTION 3
Part 1. NOTION OF THE ENGLISH VERB 5
1.1 Verb as a part of speech in English ...5
1.2. Grammatical categories of the modern English verb 6
Part 2. VERB CLASSES IN MODERN ENGLISH 8
2.1. Structural types of the English verbs 8
2.2. Functional types of the English verb 10
2.3. Classes of notional verbs 12
2.3.1. Types of verbs according to the subject-predicate relations 12
2.3.2. Aspective types of the English verbs 14
2.3.3. Distributional verbal types 16
2.4. Problem of allocating the verbs to the definite classes 19
CONCLUSIONS 21
BIBLIOGRAPHY 23

Subject of the present investigation is the English verb.
Object is its typological classes
Goal of this paper is to investigate the main typological classes of the English verb and to distinguish their peculiarities. This goal led to solving the number of definite tasks:
- to define the verb as part of speech;
- to describe it from the point of view of its categories;
- to distinguish its formal, semantic and functional types in the English language;
- to analyze their typical features.
Our course paper consists of an introduction, two main parts with subparts, conclusions and bibliography.
The introduction defines the topicality of the research, subject and object, formulates its goal and tasks.
The first part Notion of the English verb provides the main notions about the verb, defines it as a part of speech and reviews its categorical characteristics.
The second part Verb classes in modern English deals with the typological classification of English verbs form the point of view of their form, morphological structure, semantics, lexical meaning and function
The conclusions infer certain final results of the research.
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