You will meet different types of verbs as you learn English grammar. Some people get confused. Don't be.
This page tells you...
Verbs can be divided according to the job they do in a sentence. The grammar-expert's way of saying this is that we can divide verbs syntactically.
These are the divisions and sub-divisions according to syntax:
We know that verbs are words, just like any other part of speech. The words that represent the verbs follow different patterns of spelling or sound.
Verbs can, therefore, be divided into various kinds depending upon how they are formed. Grammarians would call this a morphological division.
I have earlier answered the question: What is a verb? There I used this division of verbs according to meaning to explain what a verb is.
Those who know grammar well call this division of verbs a semantic classification.
Now you know the names of different verbs and how they are classified. We can classify them in three ways...