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a form of the verb that can express action on its own. It indicates tense, shows whether the subject is singular or plural, and what the subject is. E.g. in I play, the finite verb play is in the present tense, has a singular subject and the subject is the first person. (If the subject were third person (he plays) the verb play would have an s at the end.)
a punctuation mark used at the end of a question, e.g. How are you?
sharp (clever) humour. Wit is not necessarily biting or angry, but it can be. Shakespeare wrote...
the closest part of a picture to the viewer in a photograph or film shot.