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No native English speaker says this - Do you know the grammar?

No native English speaker says this - Do you know the grammar?

What have these following verbs got in common?

feel, taste, smell, sound, look

 

Yes, they are all verbs to do with the 5 human senses.

When we think about how they are used in English grammar, they all behave in the same way. It's a simple grammar rule, but you might not have studied this in your English lessons, and it is a good thing to know as the kind of sentences that you use this grammar in are a very frequent part of everyday language.

 

Look at these example sentences:

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English writing exercise - Adjective Alphabet for amazing video

English writing exercise - Adjective Alphabet for amazing video

English writing exercise for students: watch the cool video, use the adjective alphabet, write your description, get your work marked by an English teacher.

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Common English Errors

Common English Errors

Native speakers don’t realise it, but anyone learning English as a foreign language will know that it can be a hard language to learn. A certain period of self-study may be possible, but taught general English courses are really one of the best ways of learning, and even better to learn English in London, where you’re surrounded by native speakers and the culture. Nevertheless, and however you’re learning, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most common mistakes you can make in English to help you out.

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Character Adjectives: Enter the Dragon

Character Adjectives: Enter the Dragon

Adjectives describing people's character are used to help explain the meaning behind the Chinese animal of each calendar year.

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Adjective + Noun/Music Band vocab: Will Oasis get back together?

Adjective + Noun/Music Band vocab: Will Oasis get back together?

Will the popular songwriter, Noel Gallagher reform Oasis with his constant problem brother, Liam? Adjective + Noun collocations and lots of vocabulary about pop groups and music

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So / Such…that Grammar: The X factor is so bad that…

So / Such…that Grammar: The X factor is so bad that…

Reality singing contests are so annoying that they make you want to throw up: grammar explanation of so vs such included

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Feelings Adjectives: Who’s that outside the school?

Feelings Adjectives: Who’s that outside the school?

Lots of adjectives used and described because Tony Blair was outside the school

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Compound Adjectives: Tintin is now three-dimensional

Compound Adjectives: Tintin is now three-dimensional

Gav's excited about the Tintin movie and compound adjectives!

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Adjectives + Prepositions: St Paul’s unhappy with Occupy London

Adjectives + Prepositions: St Paul’s unhappy with Occupy London

Peaceful protests in London. What are you upset about?

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Remember, Remember 11th September

Remember, Remember 11th September

Can you remember where you were on 9/11? What adjectives describe your feelings about it?

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