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مُساهمة من طرف مستر محمود رضوان في الجمعة مارس 27, 2020 4:43 pm

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for habits or actions that happen regularly.
I listen to music every evening.
for permanent states.
He lives in New York.
for general truths.
Tigers don’t live in Africa.
for an action that takes place according to a
schedule.
The class finishes at 9 o ’clock.
TIME EXPRESSIONS
usually, always, often, etc.
every day/week, etc.
in the morning/spring, etc.
on Mondays/Monday morning, etc.
at the weekend, etc.
once/twice/three times, etc. a week/day, etc.
We use the Present Progressive:
for actions that are happening now, at the
moment of speaking.
John is talking on the phone at the moment.
for temporary states.
I ’m staying at my cousin’s house these days.
for future arrangements (we usually mention
when).
Sue is taking the train to Berlin tomorrow.
TIME EXPRESSIONS
now, at the moment
today, these days, this week/year, etc.
tonight, tomorrow, etc.
next week/year, etc.
The adverbs of frequency always, usually, often, sometimes, rarely, never, usually go before the main
verb, but after the verb be and the auxiliary verbs (do/does).
He often stays up late at night. ffWTl Terry doesn’t usually wake up early.
Maria is always sad.
Q Stative Verbs
Stative verbs are not normally used in the Present Progressive.
Stative verbs usually express:
• Senses: hear, smell, taste, see, etc.
• Emotions: love, hate, like, prefer, want, etc.
• Thought, knowledge, belief: think, know, remember, mean, understand, etc.
• Various other states, such as: be, have (possess), cost, belong
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Some Stative Verbs can be used in progressive tenses but with a different meaning.
see Mary is seeing the dentist this Saturday.
think of/about I ’m thinking of having a party at the weekend.
have (with words like lunch, breakfast, bath, etc.) He’s having lunch now.
NOTE: Although the verbs listen, look, watch refer to the senses, they are not stative
verbs and can be used in the Present Progres

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