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Unit 15: USING THE VERB FORMS Unit 14 tells you the names of the different forms and how to make them. This unit tells you when to use them. 1 Base form a IN PRESENT TENSE (except for 3 rd person singular) EXAMPLES: We live near you. Have you lived here long? Do you live here? b AFTER AUXILIARY VERB DO (Unit 17) EXAMPLES: Did you live there? c IN IMPERATIVES (Unit 18) EXAMPLES: Have a seat! d AFTER TO EXAMPLES: I wanted to go home. e AFTER MODAL VERBS (Unit 27) EXAMPLES: You must hurry. 2 -s form Use only in third person singular (Unit 2) of present tense. EXAMPLES: He lives near you.
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Unformatted text preview: Has he lived here long? Does he live near you? 3 Past form Use only in past tense. EXAMPLES: They lived near us. H e had lived with them. Did you live there? 4 -ing form a IN CONTINUOUS FORMATIONS (Units 22, 23, 24) EXAMPLES: He is living with them. She has been swimming . b AS A NOUN (Unit 48.2) EXAMPLES: Living here is very nice. 5 Past participle a IN PERFECT FORMATIONS (Unit 24) EXAMPLES: He has lived in many places. b IN PASSIVE FORMATIONS (Unit 43) EXAMPLES: Tea is drunk everywhere. NOTICE: The forms of be and their uses are in Unit 16....
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