*VERBS :pen:* (STATE VERBS (Also called non-continuous. (Or stative verbs…
S+V: It doesn't need an object.
Example: Ramón runs.
Also known as "Pure"
Can be divided into
Need two objects
Mathias showed him the photos.
Need one object
Jair drinks water.
The object refers to something additional
Sergio saw her sister reading.
We add a preposition or a particle to a verb.
The plane took off a minute ago.
The meaning can differ from that of the two-parts taken separately.
giving the exam back. 2.He
Some can be used with both an particle and a preposition.
I don't get up with your friend.
Also called LEXICAL AND FULL VERB
-Finally, he decided to take the bus.
They can be:
Current Linking Verbs
Andre feels excited.
Resulting Linking Verbs
The flower turned wild.
They connect the subject and its complement.
The principal ones are be, do, and have.
-He is reading an interesting magazine.
I do apologise for being late.
-She has never been to Cusco .
These combine with other verbs to express necessity, possibility, intention, or ability.
The modal auxiliary verbs are must, shall, will, should, would, ought (to), can, could, may, and might.
-You must take care of that pet.
-Shall I attend to the lecture?
-Sandra will go to France next week.
-You should take that pill for your headache.
-Carlos ought to visit his family.
-My brother can play the guitar.
-I would go if you could stay more time.
-May I go to the bathroom, please?
They help to form the various tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs.
It's usually an action.
Some verbs can be both stative and dynamic
-You are stupid.
-You are being stupid.
-It's moving slowly to catch their pray.
Also called non-continuous.
Or stative verbs.
They aren´t used in continuous tenses.
They often describe states that last for some time.
He loves going out with friends.