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Unit 63: COMPLEX SENTENCE TYPES Simple sentence types are in Unit 62. This unit shows you some other types of sentence. It also tells you the most useful verbs which you can use with each type. NOTICE: To understand NOUN PHRASES, look at Unit 45. To learn about VERB FORMS, look at Unit 14. 1 VERB NOUN PHRASE BASE FORM OF VERB They let the children leave early. Just look at him run! In this type, you can also use: feel, hear, help, make, notice, see, watch. 2 VERB NOUN PHRASE to BASE FORM OF VERB Everybody expects Argentina to win. The boss wants us to work late today. In this type, you can also use: allow, ask, forbid, get, help, leave, prefer, would like, would love. 3 VERB + NOUN PHRASE + -ing FORM OF VERB I finally got the car working. They saw him standing there. In this type, you can also use: feel, find, hate, have, hear, keep, leave, like, listen to, look at, love, notice, remember, see, stop, watch.
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4 VERB NOUN PHRASE PAST PARTICIPLE I had my hair done. (Somebody did it for me.) We
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