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A verb is a word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence.

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I have had this question since I learned about there to be (which was a long time ago), and I know there used to be means something that used to exist, i.e, it no longer exists, for instance: There us …
asked Dec 28 '16 by Davyd
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The verb "drop" itself means letting something fall on the ground, so, let's suppose I have my phone on my hands, I'm holding it, and suddenly someone crashes into me and my cellphone falls off my han …
asked Dec 30 '16 by Davyd
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Would the sentences below be correct and acceptable? The lack of iron in her blood led her to die. His carelessness while driving will lead him to die Are these sentences above right? I wa …
asked Jan 6 '17 by Davyd
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I have been taking a look at the verb approach, which is a verb that I find very interesting, containing many different meanings, and one from which works in many different ways. However, when talking …
asked Jan 1 '17 by Davyd
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He was driving leftward They were walking rightward I was looking rightward Turn rightward when you get to the corner He was looking upward Do these sentences sound fine gramm …
asked Jan 6 '17 by Davyd
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talking about verbs ending in -ing: I would prefer doing this than doing that or I would prefer doing this than do that? …
asked Jan 2 '17 by Davyd
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Ahmad, it follows the same rules as the past question. All tenses mentioned can be used in that sentence. However, as it's a past tense and you are telling a past history, using "had" would make it s …
answered Dec 29 '16 by Davyd