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Stative Verbs Stative verbs do not express actions. They express: ______________________ ______________________ This cake looks good. My name is Yuri. states & conditions
Common stative verbs 1. Descriptions & measurements 1.We ______ students. 2. My sister ________ our grandma. 3. This package _______ about 3 pounds. are resemble s weigh s
Common stative verbs 2. Possession & Relationships 1.Sam ________ two cars. 2. Those cell phones __________ to me. 3.The new diet __________ entirely of fruit. owns belong consists
Common stative verbs 3. Knowledge & beliefs 1.One of my friends _________ a famous musician. 2.Everybody sometimes _______ to turn off the cell phone. 3. My family often _________ with each other. knows forgets disagrees
Common stative verbs 4. Emotions & attitudes Common stative verbs 4. Emotions & attitudes 1.I absolutely _____________ gender discriminations. 2.He doesn’t _________ much about his health. He smokes and eats junk all the time. 3.Ms. Garcia ________ coffee to tea. In fact, she is a big Starbucks fan. hate or despise care prefers
Common stative verbs 5. Senses & sensations 1.David _______ his cousins once a month. 2.My head _________ every time I ________ cigarettes. 3.Soap got into my eye. It ________ very badly. sees aches smell stings
Tricky stative verbs 1.Some stative verbs can have ACTIVE meanings in the present continuous. a.I think my mom’s tres leches cake is the best. b.I’m thinking about moving to Bahamas. (belief) (mental activity)
Have: stative (possess) & active (experience, eat, drink) meanings 1. Have as “possess” “own” Simple form ONLY ☺ He has a house on Main Street. ☺ He has a house on Main Street. NOT : He is having a house on Main Street. NOT : He is having a house on Main Street. 2.Have as “experience” “eat” “drink” Both simple form & continuous OK ☺ I usually have cereal for breakfast. ☺ I’m having cereal right now.
Make sentences with “have” 1.two cars 2.a problem with ~ Ricardo has two cars. (=“own” “is having”) Merced is having a problem with grammar now. Marcos never has a problem with his car. (=“experience”)
3.dinner with Susan 4. a computer at home Alfredo has dinner with Susan every Monday. Is Soo hyun having dinner with Susan tonight? (=“eat”) Abigail has a computer at home. (=“possess” “is having”)
“Look,” “taste” and “smell”: uncontrollable & action meanings 1.This burrito tastes great. 2.He is tasting the soup to see if it needs salt. 3.The master chef tastes everything before the plates are served. 4.Sam smells gas as soon as he enters his house. 5.Elisa is smelling perfumes to see which one she likes the best.
“Hurt” and “feel”: both simple and continuous OK 1.My stomach hurts when I eat too much spicy food. 2.He feels sick when he drives winding roads in the mountain. 3.My stomach is feeling queezy. 4.I am feeling drowsy. I shouldn’t drive now.
Typical & not typical behaviors 1.Students in ESL3 are good. They always pay attention in class. 2. Students in ESL 3 are being good this evening. They are asking many questions.
Complete sentences with “rude.” 1.My brother and I don’t get along. He is usually __________ to me. 2.My friend, Chris, and I usually get along great, but today he is ___________ to me. Maybe I said something to upset him. rude being rude
Informally speaking Standard form I love this novel. (stative) I hate this class. (stative) Informal (conversational) form “I am loving this novel.” “________________.”