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Глаголы состояния в таблицах

Глаголы состояния ( State Verbs)
state-verbs

Полная таблица глаголов состояний английского языка

Verb Correct Not Correct
agree She didn’t agree with us. She wasn’t agreeing with us.
appear It appears to be raining. It is appearing to be raining.
believe I don’t believe the news. I am not believing the news.
belong This book belonged to my grandfather. This book was belonging to my grandfather.
concern This concerns you. This is concerning you.
consist Bread consists of flour, water and yeast. Bread is consisting of flour, water and yeast.
contain This box contains a cake. This box is containing a cake.
depend It depends on the weather. It’s depending on the weather.
deserve He deserves to pass the exam. He is deserving to pass the exam.
disagree I disagree with you. I am disagreeing with you.
dislike I have disliked mushrooms for years. I have been disliking mushrooms for years.
doubt I doubt what you are saying.  I am doubting what you are saying. 
feel (=have an opinion)  I don’t feel that this is a good idea. I am not feeling that this is a good idea.
fit This shirt fits me well. This shirt is fitting me well.
hate Julie’s always hated dogs. Julie’s always been hating dogs.
hear Do you hear music?  Are you hearing music?
imagine I imagine you must be tired. I am imagining you must be tired.
impress He impressed me with his story. He was impressing me with his

story.

include This cookbook includes a recipe for bread.  This cookbook is including a

recipe for bread.

involve The job involves a lot of travelling. The job is involving a lot of travelling.
know I’ve known Julie for ten years. I’ve been knowing Julie for ten

years.

like I like reading detective stories. I am liking reading detective stories.
love I love chocolate. I’m loving chocolate.*
matter It doesn’t matter. It isn’t mattering.
mean  

‘Enormous’ means ‘very big’. 

‘Enormous’ is meaning ‘very big’.
measure (=be long) This window measures 150cm. This window is measuring

150cm.

mind She doesn’t mind the noise.  She isn’t minding the noise.
need  

At three o’clock yesterday  I needed a taxi. 

At three o’clock yesterday I was

needing a taxi.

owe I owe you £20.  I am owing you £20.
own She owns two cars. She is owning two cars.
prefer I prefer chocolate ice cream. I am preferring chocolate ice cream.
promise I promise to help you tomorrow. I am promising to help you tomorrow.
realise I didn’t realise the problem. I wasn’t realising the problem.
recognise I didn’t recognise my old friend.  I wasn’t recognising my old friend.
remember He didn’t remember my name.  He wasn’t remembering my name.
seem The weather seems to be improving. The weather is seeming to be improving.
sound Your idea sounds great. Your idea is sounding great.
suppose I suppose John will be late. I’m supposing John will be late.
surprise The noise surprised me.  The noise was surprising me.
understand I don’t understand this question. I’m not understanding this question.
want I want to go to the cinema tonight. I am wanting to go to the cinema

tonight.

weigh (=have weight) This cake weighs 450g.  This cake is weighing 450g.
wish I wish I had studied more. I am wishing I had studied more.

 

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