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Apprendre l'anglais > Cours & exercices d'anglais > Exercices d'anglais > test d'anglais n°8882 : Progressive verbs, non-progressive verbs, mixed verbs
Progressive verbs, non-progressive verbs, mixed verbs
Types de verbes
Groupe I: Continuous Verbs
Le groupe I ( 'continuous verbs' ) sont les plus nombreux. Ils expriment des actions en train de se faire. Ils se mettent à tous les temps.
Exemples : to run, to walk, to eat, to fly, to go, to say, to touch etc.
I prepare dinner every day.
I am preparing dinner now.
Group II: Non-continuous Verbs
Le groupe II, ( 'non-continuous verbs' ), est plus restreint. Ils expriment des choses que l'on ne peut voir en train de se faire.
to be, to want, to cost, to seem, to need, to care, to contain, to owe, to exist...
Verbes exprimant la possession :
to possess, to own, to belong...
Verbes exprimant l'émotion :
to like, to love, to hate, to dislike, to fear, to envy, to mind...
He is here now.
He wants a drink now.
Group III :
Le groupe III ( 'mixed group' ) est le plus restreint. Ces verbes ont plus d'un sens. Certains sens donnent au verbe la possibilité d'être mis à la forme progressive, tandis que d'autres sens le leur interdisent.
to have, to appear, to see, to hear, to feel, to weigh, to look ...
Liste de 'mixed verbs' avec exemples et définitions :
Lisa appears embarrassed. Non-continuous Verb
( = Lisa seems embarrassed.)
My favourite singer is appearing at the hip-hop club tonight. Continuous Verb
(My favourite singer is giving a performance at the hip-hop club tonight.)
I have house now. Non-continuous Verb
( = I possess a house.)
He is having fun now. Continuous Verb
( = He is experiencing fun now.)
She hears the sounds. Non-continuous Verb
( = She hears the sounds with her ears.)
She is hearing voices. Continuous Verb
( = To hear something others cannot hear. She is hearing voices in her mind.)
James misses his mother. Non-continuous Verb
( = He is sad because she is not there.)
Ophelia is missing her favourite TV show. Continuous Verb
( = She is not there to see her favouriteTV show.)
I see it. Non-continuous Verb
(= I see it with my eyes.)
I am seeing the dentist. Continuous Verb
( = To visit or consult )
I am seeing him. Continuous Verb
( = I am having a relationship with him.)
She is seeing ghosts at night. Continuous Verb
( = To see something others cannot see. For example ghosts, a vision of the future etc.)
The cake smells good. Non-continuous Verb
( = The cake has a good smell.)
Smell that rose. Continuous Verb
( = Sniff that rose.)
The cream tastes good. Non-continuous Verb
( = The cream has a good taste.)
Taste the wine. Continuous Verb
( = Try the wine to see what it tastes like.)
She thinks the exam is difficult. Non-continuous Verb
( = She considers the exam to be difficult.)
Think about the question. Continuous Verb
( = Ponder the question, go over it in your mind.)
Dad weighs a lot. Non-continuous Verb
( = Dad has a great weight.)
He is weighing himself. Continuous Verb
( = He is determining his weight.)
Some Verbs Can Be Especially Confusing:
Jim is American. Non-continuous Verb
( = Jim is an American citizen.)
Jim is being very American. Continuous Verb
( = Jim is behaving like a typical American.)
Jim is being very rude. Continuous Verb
( = Jim is behaving very rudely. Usually he is not rude.)
Jim is being very pleasantly. Continuous Verb
( = Jim is behaving very pleasantly. Usually he is not pleasant.)
The massage feels great. Non-continuous Verb
( = The massage has a pleasing feeling.)
I don't feel very fit today. Continuous or Non-continuous Verb
I am not feeling very fit today.
( = I am tired )
NOTICE: Il n'y a pas de grande différence entre ces 2 dernières phrases. ' Feel' est un verbe dit 'flexible', 'souple'.
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