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Fall/ Feel/ Fill ( stage 2)
In this test, we studied the basis of using three verbs which "look very much alike" and thus, we tried to avoid mistaking them.
FALL/ FEEL / FILL
The basis was very simple. Yet, that simplicity may be challenged by the use of adverbs (phrasal verbs), of many prepositions and adjectives which thus modify the meaning of those verbs totally.
Meeting them, learning them and remembering them is then the only way to understand the many expressions they give.
I) To FILL, FILLED, FILLED is a regular verb.
To fill in the blanks To fill up the tank
II) To FEEL=> TO FEEL, FELT, FELT
(may refer either to feelings or sensations)
To feel guilty To feel blue
III) To FALL => TO FALL, I FELL, FALLEN.
The tenses of the past - preterite and perfects - are quite confusing. )
To fall off a cliff To fall asleep
I know... there are quite a few expressions to learn! When you've learnt them, everything will be fine and the test will be easy!
The FORCE is with you!
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