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Non-continuous verbs

What are Non-continuous Verbs

Non-continuous verb are those verbs that are rarely used in continuous tense. They do not express any action or movement. These verbs refer to states instead of actions.

Non-continuous Verbs List

Feelings

  • want

  • wish

  • like

  • hate

  • love

  • prefer

  • dislike

Thinking

  • realize

  • know

  • imagine

  • believe

  • remember

  • understand

Senses

  • smell

  • taste

  • hear

  • see

  • appear

  • seem

Other state verbs

  • mean

  • agree

  • deny

  • disagree

  • promise

  • satisfy

  • surprise

  • belong

  • concern

  • involve

  • depend

  • matter

  • need

  • own

  • possess

  • be

  • lack

  • include

  • fit

  • deserve

  • cost

  • consist

  • doubt

Examples:

  • I want some fruits.

  • He can't hear me now.

  • This car belong to me.

  • I don't believe he is a wrong person.

  • You seem confused.

  • I see her daily.

  • He needs some rest.

  • You think it is hard.

  • He doesn't feel good today.


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