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1 Simple Present and Present Progressive ReviewUnit 1
2 Common Non-action Verbs (Stative) EmotionsAdmireAdoreAppreciateCareDetestDislikeDoubtEnvyfearHateHopeLike Appendix 2LoveRegretRespectTrustList the verbs you use the most often.Write sentences for 3. (+ and -)
3 AgreeAssumeBelieveConsiderDisagreeDisbelieveEstimateExpectFeel (believe)FindGuessHesitateHopeImagineMental StatesKnowMeanMindPresumeRealizeRecognizeRememberSee (understand)SupposeSuspectThink (believe)UnderstandWonderList verbs used most often.
4 Wants & Preferences Desire Need Prefer Want Wish List verbs used most often.Perception & the SensesFeelHearNoticeObservePerceiveSeeSmelltaste
5 Appearance & ValueResembleSeemSignifySmellSoundTasteWeighList verbs used most often.AppearBeCostEqualFeelLookMatterRepresent
6 Possession & Relationship BelongContainHaveOwnPossessSee Appendix 2 in your textbook for this list of non-action verbs.
7 Topics related to scientific facts and physical laws The sunThe oceansRiversTreesBabiesFishChoose 2 topics.Write simple present sentences not connected to time.Example:Fish breathe with gills.
8 Write examples of people’s positive and negative habits. My mother is always sending me homemade cookies.My roommate is always eating all of my cookies.Which example is a positive habit? negative?
9 Simple past tense and past progressive ReviewUnit 2
10 Make sentences about your experiences. Example: Simple past interrupts a past progressive action. (Note 2)I was driving to work when I had a flat tire.Interruption: flat tireAction in progress: driving to work