The verb to appear

Appear = seem (not used in Continuous tenses)
Appear = to perform (is used in Continuous tenses )
Appear = to become widely available or known about; be published (is used in Continuous tenses )
e. g. My little btother will be appearing as Guffy in the school performance soon.

Fill in appear in its forms.

1. Dave Gilmore … currently … as Widow Twanky in the Arts Theatre’s production of «Puss in Boots».
2. It … (that) she left the party alone.
3. New courses … … every year.
4. It … unlikely that the UN would consider making such a move…
5. He … willing to reach an agreement.
6. The new range … … … in shops in the autumn.
7. Hopkins … … … as Willie Lomax in next week’s production.
8. She (not)… … appear at all surprised at the news.
9. Next month he … … … as Bush in a new play on Broadway.
10. He … a perfectly normal person.
11. Pavarotti … … … in a number of concerts over the summer.
12. His new book … … … in the spring.
13. They … not to know what was happening.
14. It … that there has been a mistake.
15. You’ve got … (to be) calm in an interview even if you’re terrified underneath.
16. To people who don’t know him he probably … (to be) rather unfriendly.
17. Things aren’t always what they … to be.
18. She … to actually like the man, which I find incredible.
19. There … to be some mistake.
20. Tony … currently … in a Broadway musical.

Note: the examples were taken from authentic English dictionaries..
The material was taken from Upstream Proficiency by Virginia Evans -Jenny Dooley.

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