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SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS VERBS

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Elizabeth Albornoz

on 8 September 2013

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Transcript of SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS VERBS

SIMPLE AND CONTINUOUS VERBS
The simple form
The simple form is
to+ verb.
It is for completed actions or permanent situations.
The continuous verbs
The continuous form is verb +ing. It is for ongoing, progress or temporary actions.
List of Verb + Optional Noun+ infinitive
Verbs Followed by Gerunds OR Infinitives (Similar Meaning)
Pair
Verónica Solano
Elizabeth Albornoz
For example:

It´s bad manners
to talk
loudly on a library.
It's traditional
to listen
Jarana in Yucatan.
I love Canada but i
need to
learn English or French.


For example:

Eating
pejelagarto is common in Tabasco.
I
drawing
a landscape for my class.
Being
fifteen minutes late for my class is acceptable.
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