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Angol nyelvtani gyűjtemény VERBS EXAMPLES be Now I am a little tired. believe I believe God exists. belong That is mine. It belongs to me exist Many people believe God exists. forget --"Whats her name?" --"I forget." hate I hate this show. Lets leave have* She has a beautiful family. hear Ok. Now I hear it Its not very loud know Now I know the answer. Im glad like (dislike) I like Susan but I dislike her husband. look like There are a lot of clouds. It looks like rain love I love the show. Lets stay until the end mean "Exhausted" means "extremely tired." mind I have to leave. I hope you dont mind need Please come! I need your help. owe You paid the bill, so I owe you at least $20. owns This is not my book. I dont know who owns it prefer I like tea but I prefer coffee. realize Now I realize the problem. I dont study enough remember Now I remember where I left my keys. see I see the sign but I cant read it. Its in Spanish seem Bill seems to be

depressed. Lets talk to him suppose I dont want to go but I suppose I should. think* (= believe) I think (believe) that he is wrong and you are right. understand Now I understand the rule. want Linda called. She wants to come with us to the party * These verbs have other meanings, and in these cases you can use the present continuous if you are referring to something that is happening now. Have can also mean: Boris is having problems with his weight, and look at him, take (ex: a shower), eat, drink, he is having another donut with his coffee. Hes crazy experience (ex: problems). Bob: A penny for your thoughts, Linda. Think can also mean: Linda: I am thinking about my family. have ideas in ones mind, plan. I often think about them when Im alone I am thinking of visiting them. 1 Do business . good . harm . ones best . somebody a favor . well (= succeed) Make .a decision . a habit of . a loss . a mistake . an attempt . an effort . an excuse . an exception . an offer . a noise . a

profit . a promise . arrangements . love, peace, war . the most of (= take advantage of) 2 Rules for Irregular Spelling of Verb Inflections Verb inflections include any endings added to the base form of the verb. These include -s, -ing, and -ed. Spelling for the majority of verbs is regular, and the inflections are simply added to the base form. For a few verbs, though, the spelling does change, and the rules are outlined below. For more information on irregular verbs and verb tenses, please see the List of Irregular Verbs at this web site. Doubling of Consonants 1. If the base form ends in a single consonant and the preceding vowel is stressed and spelled with only one letter, double the consonant before adding -ing and -ed occur/occurring, swim/swimming, ship/shipping 2. If the preceding vowel is unstressed or spelled with two vowels, do not double the consonant enter/entering, visit/visiting, develop/developing, dread/dreading, appeal/appealing, shout/shouting 3. If the base

form ends in -c, change the -c to -ck panic/panicking, picnic/picnicking 4. There are exceptions with some verbs ending in -l, -m, and -p travel--traveling or travelling program--programing or programming worship--worshiping or worshipping Deletion or Addition of -e 1. If the base form ends in an unpronounced -e, drop the -e before adding -ing and ed inflections create/creating, type/typing, bake/baking 2. For monosyllabic verbs ending in -ye, -oe, or -nge, keep the final -e before -ing, but drop it before -ed 3 dye--dyeing/dyed hoe--hoeing/hoed singe--singeing/singed 3. If the base form ends in -ie or -ee, drop the final -e before -ed die/died, agree/agreed, tie/tied 4. If the verb ends in -s, -z, -x, -sh, and -ch, add -e before the -s ending pass/passes, buzz/buzzes, coax/coaxes, wash/washes, watch/watches Treatment of -y 1. If the base form ends in -y, change the -y to -ie carry/carries, try/tries 2. If the base form ends in -ed