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Continuous/Non Continuous/Mixed verbs are a classification more on "verb tenses". They are not similar to transitive/intransitive verbs(which is a classification based on verbs' objects). But of-course transitive/intransitive verbs can be mapped with continuous/non continuous/mixed verbs. _________________
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Continuous/Non Continuous/Mixed verbs are a classification more on "verb tenses". They are not similar to transitive/intransitive verbs(which is a classification based on verbs' objects). But of-course transitive/intransitive verbs can be mapped with continuous/non continuous/mixed verbs.
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I know this is supposed to be for international students, but I think it is a great guide even if you aren't international!
I really need to refresh my grammar, since I didn't realize how much I picked up on the regular grammatical errors that Americans use eac and everyday. Thanks for this..hopefully I will be able to contribute as I brush up my skills.
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