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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114368: Fall/ Feel/ Fill (stage 1)
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    Fall/ Feel/ Fill (stage 1)


    FALL/ FEEL /FILL (step 1)

     

    Confusion, again, up to the advanced level, sometimes, between these three verbs. This exercise: step 1 is meant for beginners. Going further using phrasal verbs, we'll be able to diversify the meaning of the words; the lesson will then be for intermediate learners. 

     

    1) To FALL=> TO FALL, I FELL, FALLEN.

            --  Tim fell on his knees and hurt himself when he was playing in the garden with Jana.

                                                                                 

     

     BEWARE! In  :pus , fall is the same as "autumn". 

     

     

     2) To FEEL=> TO FEEL, FELT, FELT

                       - The fear I was feeling then, made me shiver

            to feel may either express a feeling, or a sensation thanks to the sense of touch. 

              - Her  feelings of love for her children were clear to anyone. 

            - Feel this dress, it's made of velvet! 

             

                                                                                     

     

     3) To FILL, FILLED, FILLED is a regular verb.

           -   Can you fill that Thermos bottle with hot water for me, please? 

                                                                         

     

     

         This is really an elementary lesson.  You just have to learn the three verbs by heart... and be a little careful when dealing with the past participles...

         Good luck. You'll pass this test with flying colours! 

     

     

                                                                                                        

     



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    5. Paul looked up and saw that you were your glass again.
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