Look at the Verbs in the Box and Put Them in the Correct Columns in the Table that Follows - English - Communicative

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Look at the verbs in the box and put them in the correct columns in the table that follows

believe

wish

see

belong

hate 

own

regret

measure

know

understand 

forget

touch

weigh

prefer

hear

 

smell

find

imagine

 

think

cost

remember

 

suppose

like

taste

 

thought emotion possession perception (often used with can) measurement
         
         
         
         
         

 

Some verbs, like the ones mentioned above, are not normally used in the continuous (- ing) form. However, we do sometimes use such verbs in the continuous form. Look at the following examples.

1. “I can’t concentrate on my work because I’m thinking about that beautiful scene.”
2. “I think it is beautiful.”

  • Which sentence expresses an activity in progress at the moment?
  • Which sentence expresses a decided opinion?
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Solution

(a)

thought emotion possession perception (often used with can) measurement

regret

think

suppose

hate

 

like

wish

understand

find/consider

believe

own

 

belong

smell, taste touch, see remember imagine forget know hear

weigh

measure

prefer

cost

 

    (b)
  • Sentence 1 expresses this activity.
  • Sentence 2 expresses a decided opinion.
Concept: Writing and Grammar
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Chapter 1.1: Verb Forms - Exercises [Page 6]

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CBSE Class 9 English Communicative - Workbook Interact in English
Chapter 1.1 Verb Forms
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