State verbs in the continuous form

collections: English with BBC
Posted 16 January 2018
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Duration of the video: 3 Min. 17 sec.
Dan is an English teacher at BBC Learning English. In his lessons, he explains complex grammatical topics in simple examples. In this video, Dan will tell how, when and why the state verbs can be used in the continuous form.
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accidentally - 旁
to act - 働く
to annoy - 苦しめる
awkward - ぎこちない
bend the rules - 規則を曲げます
case - 場合
certain - 一定
to concern - 係る
to consider - 考える
deliberately - わざと
direct - 直接
energetic - 盛ん
for the purposes of - 目的のために
go crazy with - 夢中になる
to interrupt - 割り込み
irritation - 刺激
never ever - 決して
to offend - 怒らす
one or another - 1つまたは別の
polite - 丁寧
possession - 所有
to quit - やめる
repeated - 再
self-five - 自己5
sensory - 感覚
so-called - 所謂
sometimes - 時々
such as - 様
temporarily - 仮に
tentative - 暫定の
usually - 通常
weigh on someone's mind - 誰かの心に体重をかける