...VERBSVerbs followed by a gerund | Verbs followed by infinitive | Verbs followed by a gerund/infinitive |
Allow | Decide | Can´t stand |
Appreciate | Want | Like |
Avoid | Get | Dislike |
Consider | Learn | Hate |
Enjoy | Plan | Love |
Finish | Promise | Prefer |
| Wish | Remember |
| Would you like | Start |
I like to camp Infinitive
I like camping Gerund
I like dancing
I can´t stand...
...of Spelling Rules of Verbs
1- How many types of Lexical Verbs are there?
We consider Lexical Verbs under two head “regular” and “irregular”.
2- Which forms are predictable from the base in both regular and irregular verbs?
In both, Regular and Irregular, the ”-s form” and “-ing participle” are predictable from the base form.
3- Which forms cannot be predicted from the base in irregular verbs?
The –ed1 and –ed2...
• A FULL VERB is a word that expresses the existent of a state or the doing of an action.
• The term VERB can be used in two sentences: as a clause element and as a word class.
• As a word class, verbs can be divided into:
- FULL OR LEXICAL VERB.
- PRIMARY AUXILIARY VERBS.
- MODAL VERBS.
• The full verb may occur alone or with other verb elements in a verb phrase. If there’s only one verb, the verb...
...based upon the meanings of the individual parts in isolation, but rather it must be taken as a whole. In other words, the meaning is non-compositional and thus unpredictable. Phrasal verbs that include a preposition are known as prepositional verbs and phrasal verbs that include a particle are also known as particle verbs. Additional alternative terms for phrasal verb are compound verb, verb-adverb combination, verb-particle...