Finite And Non-Finite Verbs Exercise For Class 7 CBSE
In the following sentences underline the finite and non-finite verbs.
1. I was shocked to hear the news,
2. You don’t look happy to see me.
3. It took me a long time to appreciate her.
4. The old woman was kind enough to put me up.
5. That was not the right thing to do.
6. I was delighted to find your email in my inbox.
7. He was praised for showing tremendous courage.
8. They congratulated him for winning the first prize.
9. She refused to accept his apology.
10. He denied the charges levelled against him.
11. They were hesitant to admit him.
12. Feeling tired, I went to bed early.
1. I was shocked (finite) to hear (non-finite) the news,
2. You don’t look (finite) happy to see (non-finite) me.
3. It took (finite) me a long time to appreciate (non-finite) her.
4. The old woman was (finite) kind enough to put (non-finite) me up.
5. That was (finite) not the right thing to do (non-finite).
6. I was delighted (finite) to find (non-finite) your email in my inbox.
7. He was praised (finite) for showing (non-finite) tremendous courage.
8. They congratulated (finite) him for winning (non-finite) the first prize.
9. She refused (finite) to accept (non-finite) his apology.
10. He denied (finite) the charges levelled (non-finite) against him.
11. They were (finite) hesitant to admit (non-finite) him.
12. Feeling (non-finite) tired (non-finite), I went (finite) to bed early.