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The verb to have

Have (got)= own, possess (not used in Continuous tenses) Have=to experience (is used in Continuous tenses) Fill in have in its forms. 1. An organiser said: «She … … such a great time she didn’t want to go. 2. … your secretary … a fax machine? 3. He …  much luck recently. 4. … you ever

The verb to taste

taste иметь вкус (not used in the progressive tenses) taste пробовать на вкус (is used in the progressive tenses) Fill in taste in its forms. 1. This drink … like sherry. 2. Whether an animal … … or smelling its food may be difficult to determine…. 3. I’… … the soup, to check if it

The verb to see

See— (not used in the progressive tenses) 1) to become aware of somebody/something by using your eyes 2) to have or use the power of sight ) to understand something See — (used in the progressive tenses) to meet Fill in see in its forms. 1. You can’t … colours at night… 2. My mother

The verb to think

Stative verbs describe a state rather than an action and do not usually have a continuous form. Some of them still can be used in Continuous tenses but with a difference in meaning. Study attentively the following definitions and do the excercise afterwards. think (not used in the progressive tenses) to have a particular idea

Come and go

Whether we use go or come all has to do with perspective and position. We use go to describe movement away from the place or position where the speaker or hearer is and we use come for movements that end where the speaker or the listener is located. Обратите внимание на фразу «идти куда-то с

Confusing verbs worry/excite/bother

Worry — give no peace of mind. If you worry, you keep thinking about problems that you have or about unpleasant things that might happen. мучить(ся), терзать(ся), беспокоить(ся) Excite — 1) to make sb feel very pleased, interested or enthusiastic, especially about sth that is going to happen. волновать 2) to make sb nervous or