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Podcasts on a variety of topics all designed to help you speak English well. The focus is on using proper English and emphasizing how to avoid commonly made mistakes by ESL learners. Don't delay build your confidence in English as of today.
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Podcasts on a variety of topics all designed to help you speak English well. The focus is on using proper English and emphasizing how to avoid commonly made mistakes by ESL learners. Don't delay build your confidence in English as of today.
Contact information: everydel@gmail.com or 501-520-361
Need Lessons? Skype lessons or face to face in downtown Warsaw

    Stative Verbs: Emotions

    Stative Verbs: Emotions

    adore, appeal, appreciate, desire,despise, detest, dislike, fear, feel, forgive, hate, like, love, mind, need, pity, prefer, satisfy, trust, want and wish

    • 22 Min.
    Stative Verbs: Existence: be & exist

    Stative Verbs: Existence: be & exist

    Be - stative and non-stative uses  

    Conjugating of the verb be: I am, You are, He is, She is, It is, We are, You are, They are 

    Exist - stative use only

    • 7 Min.
    Stative Verbs: Thinking (part B)

    Stative Verbs: Thinking (part B)

    mean, realise, suppose, suspect, think, understand

    • 4 Min.
    Stative Verbs: Thinking (part A)

    Stative Verbs: Thinking (part A)

    believe, consider, doubt, expect, imagine, know, realise 

    • 7 Min.
    Stative Verbs: Communication Category

    Stative Verbs: Communication Category

    Communication Stative Verbs: agree, deny, disagree

    These 3 verbs must be used in the present simple not the continuous

    • 3 Min.
    Stative & non stative verbs ex. have/having vs. think/thinking

    Stative & non stative verbs ex. have/having vs. think/thinking

    Verb - describes an action

    Stative verbs - describe states of being. ex. I am happy/angry/sad/mad.

    Stative verbs - are used in the present simple tenses

    When stative verbs don't describe a state but an action then they are used in the continuous tenses. 

    ex. I have a cup of coffee in the morning.  (state)   vs.  I am having a cup of coffee now. (action)

         She has a cough. (state) vs. She is caughing. (action)

    • 10 Min.

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