STATIVE OR STATE VERBS

rmartinandres 2020-03-04 15:01:00
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State or stative verbs are verbs which do not usually have continuous tenses because they describe a state rather than an action. Some state verbs have continuous tenses, but there is A DIFFERENCE IN MEANING.
Students revise the most common state verbs and complete the sentences using either the present simple or the present continuous. Key provided.

The present downloadable handout is a great resource for at Pre-intermediate (A2) and Intermediate (B1) level. It is aimed at revising Present simple vs continuous (progressive) tense, Verb patterns, Verbs: Dynamic verbs, Verbs: Action verbs, Verbs: State verbs (aka stative verbs) and Verbs: State verbs vs dynamic verbs in English, and is useful for enhancing your learners' Writing skills. It focuses on the topic and words of Actions.
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Upload date: 2020-03-04 15:01:00

Author: rmartinandres

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