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Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
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Verbs with Other Types of Clauses

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Verbs with other types of clauses

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  • 1. Verbs with Other Types of Clauses
  • 2. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou can use an object and a base form after‘make’ to say that one person causes anotherperson to do something, or rather ‘let’ to saythey allow them to do something.My father made me go for the interview.Jenny let him talk
  • 3. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesSome verbs of perception are used with anobject and an ‘-ing’ clause if an action isunfinished or continues over a period of time,and with an object and a base form if theaction is finished.feel hear see watch
  • 4. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesHe heard a distant voice shouting.Dr Hochstadt heard her gasp.
  • 5. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou normally use an ‘-ing’ clause after‘notice’, ‘observe’, ‘smell’, and ‘understand’.I could smell Chinese vegetables cooking.We can understand them wanting to go.
  • 6. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou normally use an ‘-ing’ clause after‘notice’, ‘observe’, ‘smell’, and ‘understand’.I could smell Chinese vegetables cooking.We can understand them wanting to go.
  • 7. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou can use an object and a past participleafter ‘have’ or ‘get’, when you want to say thatsomeone arranges for something to be done.‘Have’ is slightly more formal.We’ ve just had the house decorated.We must get the car repaired.
  • 8. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou also use ‘have’ and ‘get’ with an objectand a past participle to say that somethinghappens to someone, especially when it isunpleasant.She had her purse stolen.He got is car broken into at the weekend.
  • 9. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou use ‘have’ followed by an object and an ‘-ing’ clause, or an object and a past participle,when you want to say that someone causessomething to happen, either intentionally orunintentionally.Alan had me looking for the book all day.He had me utterly confused.
  • 10. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesYou use ‘want’ and ‘would like’ with an objectand a past participle to indicate that you wantsomething to be done.I want the work finished by January 1st.How would you like your hair cut, sir?
  • 11. Verbs with Other Types of Clauses‘Dare’ can be followed by a ‘to’-infinitiveclause or a base form in negative orinterrogative sentences:
  • 12. Verbs with Other Types of Clauses• when there is an auxiliary or modal in front of ‘dare’. He did not dare to walk to the village. What bank would dare offer such terms.
  • 13. Verbs with Other Types of Clauses• when you use the form ‘dares’ or ‘dared’ (but not ‘dares not’ or ‘dared not’) No one dares disturb him. No other manager dared to compete.
  • 14. Verbs with Other Types of Clauses You must use a base form in:• negative or interrogative sentences without an auxiliary or modal before ‘dare’ I daren’ t ring Jeremy again. Nobody dare disturb him. Dare she go in?
  • 15. Verbs with Other Types of Clauses• negative sentences with ‘dares not’ or ‘dared not’ He dares not risk it. Sonny dared not disobey.
  • 16. Verbs with Other Types of ClausesNote: The phrase ‘How dare you!’ isalways followed by a base form.How dare you speak to me like that?‘Dare’ is rarely used in affirmativesentences.
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