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State verbs and action verbs
 
 
1 Tom is on the internet. He´s telling people about himself. Say which verbs express states and which express actions.
 
  A- I surf the Net most evening.
  B- My lat is in the town centre.
  C- I drive a taxi in the daytime.
  D- I own two cars.
  E- I go to lots of parties.
  F- I love football.
 
 
1 Complete the converstion. Choose the correct orm o the verb.
 
  Emma:   Hi, Matthew. What  at?
  Matt:    Oh, hi. These are photos o me when I was a child.
  Emma:   Oh, look at this one. I  you look lovely, Matt.
  Matt:    I  somemore photos here.
  Emma:   Look at this. Why such a big coat?
  Matt:    It was my brother´s. That´s why it  properly.
  Emma: Oh,  And  your tea here. And in this one you  about something very serious.
  Matt:  This is a photo of the village I  from.
  Emma:  Oh, tha´s nice.
  Matt:   And I cought this ish, look.  about half a kilo.
  Emma:   What a nice little boy! And what a sentimental old thing you are now!
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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