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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18380: Propositional verbs
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    Propositional verbs

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    1. To be the property of someone or to be a member of a group or an association.

    2. To think that someone has done something especially bad.

    3. To look at someone or something fo a long time without moving your eyes.

    4. To say that someone has done something wrong or illegal.

    5. To say you are sorry about something you have done.

    6. To go away from one place you are in now to go to another place.

    7. To make a formal written request for a job, a place at a college etc.

    8. To make someone remember something or someone.

    9. To say that you are not satisfied about something or someone.

    10. To say that someone is responsible for an error.

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