274 – Stative Verbs – English Grammar Lesson

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STATIVE VERBS

There are basically two types of verbs in English. Action verbs do just that, they show us movement or action. There are also those verbs that show us a state or condition. These are called, stative verbs. For today’s English lesson let’s have a look at some of the more common stative verbs

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:

  • I feel really warm today.
  • This cool air conditioning feels good.
  • Mary said she feels like she is catching a cold.
  • I am feeling the edge of this cup to see if there are any cracks or chips.
  • I hear a strange noise coming from the basement.
  • Do you hear that? I think the neighbors are fighting again.
  • I see a frog under that tree.
  • Do you see the frog, too?
  • Fresh bread always smells nice.
  • I smell pizza. Who brought the pizza?
  • A: What are you doing?
  • B: I am smelling this rose. It smells so nice.
  • This alligator tastes like chicken.
  • Grilled fish tastes better than pan-fried fish.
  • A: What are you doing?
  • B: I am tasting the soup. I think it needs more salt.

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