The mommy feline is preserving her kitty is a wondrous example of that mother who took good cares of us when we were a little kid.
This is the best example of a pet canine vs an outside dog. When your pet canine is trapped inside and the outside dog is roaming freely outside they be like this.
Proper skills are required to start a race, a dumb person cannot do it out; this video is a proper and perfect example of this view.
This is the perfect example of those times that you don’t know how it will turn up. But when you realize it’s too late and can’t stop and meet your doom.
You will have no idea how this video is going to end. This the perfect example of brotherly love, though you can’t observe it until the end.
This is the perfect example of a girl when she wears on makeup vs when she washes off. All the boy's reaction here totally matches reality.
This cat and this dog are very close to each other emotionally and physically. Their friendship is too cute and an example.
This dad is the example of the term ‘best dad ever’. This kid is so amused and having such fan over a petty thing which is considered a hard labor.
Russian police station is not so much secure to keep the criminals as they can fly away easily from the jail; here we have seen a live example.
This golden Retriever will make you believe in humanity and friendship. In this cruel world no one seems to help each on the other we have got this awesome example of a Dog helping other getting out of danger.
State verbs and action verbs
Tags: continuous simple state
State verbs express states or conditions which are relatively static. They include verbs of perception, cognition, the senses, emotion and state of being:
Examples of state verbs
State verbs are not normally used in continuous forms:
I am needing a new phone. I need a new phone.
Who is this bag belonging to? Who does this bag belong to?
They are seeming tired. They seem tired.
Action verbs (also called dynamic verbs) express activities, processes, momentary actions or physical conditions:
Examples of action verbs
They may be used in continuous forms:
Who was he dancing with?
Someone's knocking at the door.
I've been reading this book for weeks.
State verbs in the continuous form
Some state verbs may be used in the continuous form if they refer to a temporary action or an action in progress at a certain moment, rather than a permanent attitude:
I'm having second thoughts about moving abroad.
Jones is appearing in Hamlet this evening.
You're looking great in those jeans.
There are also state verbs which may be used in the continuous form, but with a different, active meaning:
Stative meaning Active meaning
Do you have a car? (own) They are having dinner at the moment. (eating)
You are my best friend. (it's a fact) She's being silly again. (behaving in a silly way)
That soup smells good. (has a good smell) He is smelling the soup. (sniffing at)
This milk tastes sour. (has a sour taste) I was just tasting the food. (testing)
You look great! (your current appearance) He was looking out the window when I saw him. (directing his eyes towar
Adverbs of manner are used to tell us the way or how something is done. An adverb can be added to a verb to modify its meaning. "She plays piano." - An adverb of manner can be added to the verb (play) to modify its meaning and give us more information on how she plays
2# Adverbs of manner list
Here’s a list of 50 common adverbs of manner, with examples of verbs we can use them with.
Adverbs A-D| Adverbs E-M | Adverbs N-Z
Adverb of manner A-D Examples of usage
angrily react angrily, speak angrily, say something angrily
anxiously wait anxiously, say something anxiously
awkwardly stand awkwardly, hold something awkwardly
badly play badly, perform badly
beautifully sing beautifully, play an instrument beautifully
calmly act calmly, wait calmly
carefully speak carefully, walk carefully, drive carefully
carelessly drive carelessly, act carelessly
cautiously speak cautiously, act cautiously
cheerfully smile cheerfully, whistle cheerfully
clearly speak clearly, explain something clearly
closely look closely
correctly spell correctly
deliberately make a mistake deliberately, lie deliberately
3#...Adverbs of manner. A few examples :
Sally walks slowly Alfred plays the guitar beautifully
My grandfather speaks softly She read the letter quickly
How does Sally walk? She walks slowly.
How does Alfred play the guitar? He plays the guitar beautifully.
How does my grandfather speak? He speaks softly.
How did she read the letter? She read it quickly.
How to build them
A- Add the suffix: -ly
loud loudly The dog barks loudly.
careful carefully My sister drives carefully.
slow slowly The tortoise moves slowly.
quick quickly He agreed to phone him quickly.
fluent fluently They speak English fluently.
skillful skillfully Cristiano plays football skillfully.
serious seriously This boy is seriously mad.
B- When the adjective ends in -y, use -ily
angry angrily Linda slammed the door
Prepositions are short words (on, in, to) that usually stand in front of nouns (sometimes also in front of gerund verbs).
Even advanced learners of English find prepositions difficult, as a 1:1 translation is usually not possible. One preposition in your native language might have several translations depending on the situation.
There are hardly any rules as to when to use which preposition. The only way to learn prepositions is looking them up in a dictionary, reading a lot in English (literature) and learning useful phrases off by heart (study tips).
The following table contains rules for some of the most frequently used prepositions in English:
Prepositions – Time
English Usage Example
days of the week
months / seasons
time of day
after a certain period of time (when?)
in August / in winter
in the morning
in an hour
a certain point of time (when?)
at the weekend
at half past nine
from a certain point of time (past till now)
over a certain period of time (past till now)
for 2 years
a certain time in the past
2 years ago
earlier than a certain point of time
telling the time
ten to six (5:50)
telling the time
ten past six (6:10)
to / till / until
marking the beginning and end of a period of time
from Monday to/till Friday
till / until
in the sense of how long something is going to last
He is on holiday until Friday.
in the sense of at the latest
up to a certain time
I will be back by 6 o’clock.
By 11 o'clock, I had read five pages.
Prepositions – Place (Position and Direction)
English Usage Example
room, building, street, town, country
book, paper etc.
in the kitchen, in London
in the book
in the car, in a taxi
in the picture, in the world
meaning next to, by an object
place where you are to do something typical (watch a film, study, work)
at the door, at the station
at the ta
All these workers are like a part of a big clock where all the small parts work together in perfect synchronization. This is the true example of teamwork.
This is the example of a well trained good boy who listens to every command and executes them perfectly. Don’t you too wish to possess a dog like him?
This might have not occurred to yet but you can stick a heavy duty rubber toilet plunger on a bald head. Here is a practical example of the situation.