Stative Verbs List - Perfect English Grammar

2. If he. (be) younger, he. (travel) more. 3. If we. (not / be) friends ...

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Stative Verbs List - Perfect English Grammar

2. If he. (be) younger, he. (travel) more. 3. If we. (not / be) friends ...

Perfect-English-Grammar.com List of Irregular Verbs (some are not ...

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Perfect-English-Grammar.com. List of Irregular Verbs (some are not common words) infinitive past simple.

a list of 50 common irregular verbs - Perfect English Grammar

Infinitive. Past Simple. Past Participle be was / were been become became become begin began begun bring brought brought buy bought bought choose chose.

Reporting Verbs - Perfect English Grammar

However, we can also use many other verbs to report what someone said, like 'promise', 'warn', 'advise' and. 'recommend'. Some of these verbs look a bit more ...

Phrasal verbs - Perfect English Grammar

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Phrasal Verbs Exercise 1. Choose the correct phrasal verb: go on / pick ...

Common verbs followed by the gerund - Perfect English Grammar

imagine. He imagines working there one day. tolerate. I tolerated her talking. understand. I understand his quitting. involve. The job involves travelling to Japan ...

Phrasal Verbs Exercise 4 - Perfect English Grammar

Could you. (bring something to a place) the money tomorrow? 5. She. (brought something to a place) her baby daughter to meet us. 6. Quick! Let's ...

Prepositions after Verbs Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

Verbs that need prepositions 1 (exercise 2):. Put in the correct preposition: 1. ... May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Answers: 1. on. 2. for. 3. to.

Modal Verbs of Ability 1 - Perfect English Grammar

2011 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Modals of Ability Exercise 1.

Reporting Verbs Exercise 1 - Perfect English Grammar

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Reporting Verbs Exercise 1. 1. “Don't forget to buy milk!” said Antonio to Lucia. (remind, using infinitive) ...

stative verbs - All Things Grammar

GRAMMAR WORKSHEET. STATIVE VERBS know hate hear smell* remember mean understand believe like have* weigh* taste* owe want own* prefer.

Stative Verbs List

... freely copied for personal or classroom use. www.perfect-english-grammar.com. First Conditional Exercise. Put the verb into the correct first conditional form:.

List of irregular verbs | English grammar

List of Irregular Verbs. Base form - past simple - past participle https://www.e-grammar.org/ abide abode abode arise arose arisen awake awoke awoken be.

Regular verbs list | Spelling changes - English grammar

Regular verbs list: different spelling. In English we normally add -ed ending to a verb to make the past simple and the past participle of regular verbs. Examples ...

Participle Adjectives Short List - Perfect English Grammar

2012 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Participle Adjectives Short List. -ing adjectives. -ed adjectives.

Participle Adjectives Long List - Perfect English Grammar

Participle Adjectives Long List. Here's a list of participle adjectives (-ed and -ing adjectives) in English. Remember, we usually use the past participle (-ed) to talk ...

Stative Verbs - english for diversificacion

Stative verbs worksheet - Exercises 1. A.-Put the verb into the correct form. Use either the present simple or the present continuous. 1. Please don't make so ...

Past Perfect Simple Positive and Negative - Perfect English Grammar

(start). 2. She. (live) in China before she went to Thailand. 3. After they. (eat) the shellfish, they began to feel sick. 4. If you ...

Present Perfect or Past Simple 2 - Perfect English Grammar

I just wanted to say I. (arrive) safely and everything is fine. Page 3. © 2012 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use.

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 1

Make the present perfect - choose positive, negative or question: 1. (I / go / to the library today). 2. (you / keep a pet for three years) ...

Perfect-English-Grammar.com Future Perfect Simple Exercises

May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Perfect-English-Grammar.com. Future Perfect Simple Exercises. Make the future perfect positive: By 10 pm ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com Present Perfect Mixed Exercise 2

Make the present perfect simple. Choose positive, negative or question: 1. (she / pass the exam?) 2. (you / eat lunch ...

Dynamic Verbs & Stative Verbs

for examples of good grammar. Stative verbs, on the other hand, describe a state of being and are not supposed to be conjugated in progressive tenses.

The Passive: Verbs with Two Objects Exercise 1 - Perfect English ...

2014 www.perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. The Passive: Verbs with Two Objects Exercise 1. This time there ...

Present Simple Mixed Forms Be and Other Verbs - Perfect English ...

www.perfect-english-grammar.com. Present Simple Form: 'be' and other verbs - mixed exercise 1. Make the present simple, positive, negative or question: 1. I ...

So and Such - Perfect English Grammar

It was so cold that the pond froze (= because it was very cold, the pond froze). • She felt so tired that she fell asleep on the train (= because she was very tired, ...

Wish - Perfect English Grammar

How to Use 'Wish'. Wishes about the present or future. Wish (that) past simple: We can use 'wish' to talk about something that we would like to be different in ...

A Little / Little / A Few / Few - Perfect English Grammar

Choose a little / little / a few / few: 1. I have ______ water left. There's enough to share. 2. I have ______ good friends. I'm not lonely. 3. He has ______ education ...

'So do I' and 'neither do I' - Perfect English Grammar

What about 'too' and 'either'? We can also use 'I do too' and 'I don't either', which mean the same as 'so do I' and. 'neither do I': • John: I hate mushrooms.

Stative Verbs

Action verbs show that something is happening. Examples are play, take, stop, buy or cry. A stative (or state verb) verb is a verb describing a state ...

Phrasal Verbs - English Grammar

Phrasal Verbs: Use the words in the box to complete the sentences with phrasal verbs! AFTER – ALONG - AT – AWAY - BACK – DOWN –. FOR - IN - INTO - OFF – ...

Irregular verbs - English Grammar

Fill in the missing forms of the irregular verbs. Base form. Past Tense. Past Participle bite bit bleed bled blew blown break broke built built come came cost cost.

Causatives - Perfect English Grammar

We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for ... The form is 'subject have object past participle'.

Perfect-English-Grammar Conditionals

2007 perfect-english-grammar.com. May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. ... 12: If I were on holiday today ... 20: If I weren't studying English ...

Nouns - Perfect English Grammar

nouns. It's really important to know if a noun is countable or uncountable, because it changes ... Here's a list of some uncountable nouns that we often use:.

Some and Any Exercise 2 - Perfect English Grammar

Some / Any / ' o Article' Exercise 2. (This is an extract from my book: 'A' and 'The' Explained). Fill the gap with 'some' or 'any'. 1. Have we got ______ bread?