What is this word activity?

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What is this word activity?

Definition of activity 1 : the quality or state of being active : behavior or actions of a particular kind physical activity criminal activity economic activity.

What is the verb of activity?

Activity is a noun. It is a thing. So, there is no verb associated with activity. You can see, enjoy, participate, etc. T.

What can I say instead of activity?


  • work.
  • labour.
  • movement.
  • enterprise.
  • motion.
  • vigour.
  • exertion.
  • hurly-burly.

What is the adjective of activity?

Word family (noun) act action ≠ inaction activity ≠ inactivity reaction interaction overacting (adjective) acting active ≠ inactive (verb) act ≠ overact (adverb) actively.

What is the adverb of activity?

In an actionable manner.

What is a class activity?

Classroom activities are done by the students inside the class as a part of applying or doing the practical part of the lesson after listening to the theoretical part which is presented by the teacher.

What is the noun for active?

The word active is used in grammar to indicate that the subject of the sentence is performing an action. The word active has other senses as an adjective and a noun. If something or someone is active, a lot of activity is going on or they are using a lot of energy.

How do we recognize action or activity in a sentence?

To determine if a word is an action verb, look at the sentence and ask yourself if the word shows something someone can do or something someone can be or feel. If it is something they can do, then it is an action verb (if it is something they can be or feel, it is a non-action, or stative, verb).

What is the difference between activity and activities?

Activity is one of those odd nouns which is singular but can stand in for a plural. “We are tracking his activity” and “We are tracking his activities” are very close, but the latter implies tracking the individual granular components of his overall activity rather than his general status.

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