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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of stative

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of stative:

Derived Form of stative

comparitive: more stative
superlative: most stative
expressing existence or a state rather than an action; used of verbs (e.g. 'be' or 'own') and most participial adjectives

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  1. And as a stative verb, it should not be used in the continuous tense.
  2. in mind regarding the word know, regarding the verb know. The verb know is a stative
  3. verb. A stative verb means that you cannot use it in the continuous form. You can only
  4. forms with stative verbs. Know is a very common stative verb; there are many others
  5. I'm Rebecca from, and this lesson is about stative verbs.
  6. Today I'll explain what stative verbs are, how to use them, and how not to use them.
  7. Specifically, we'll be looking at twelve important stative verbs, and I'll show you how to stop
  8. to whether they are dynamic or stative.
  9. But stative verbs refer to states or conditions.
  10. But what happens when we get to the stative verbs, and this is the main mistake that people
  11. So, examples of a stative verbs...
  12. And especially in this section, because these stative verbs are never allowed to be used
  13. And I'm going to make your life easier because I am today just focusing on these stative
  14. with all the tenses, and sometimes they can be used in a stative way.
  15. going to make your life very easy because we're just going to focus on the twelve stative
  16. Not the twelve, but twelve out of many, which we can only use in the stative form.
  17. textbook or even online, usually they just divide these verbs into two: Dynamic and stative.
  18. But the problem is then under the stative they mix up the ones which are always stative,
  19. the stative verbs and also with those exceptions that can sometimes be stative and sometimes
  20. list with the stative verbs so that you know all of the stative verbs that exist, and also