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Verbs with a change meaning

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Luisa Camacho

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Verbs with a change meaning

Verbs with a change in meaning The verbs with a change meaning depend of the tense, in order to change the usage of this Let´s check the following example:

It sounds awful. (always)

It is sounding awful, (in this moment) Stative verbs are verbs which describes a state rather than an action , so they do not usually have a continuous tense these verbs are:

•Verbs of sense: see, hear, smell, taste, feel, look, sound seem, appear.
•Verbs of perception: Know, believe, understand, realize, remember, and forget.
•Verbs which express feelings and emotions: like, love, hate, enjoy, prefer, detest, desire, want.
•Some other verbs that express a state: be, contain, include, belong, fit, need, matter, cost, own, want, owe, weigh, wish, have, and fit. Developed by Luisa Camacho
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