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Are there any online resources that can list if a verb is a physical or a mental verb?
Why would you waste your time replying back if you don't know the answer? Weird reply....
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Last edited by Rover_KE; 02-Sep-2013 at 08:57. Reason: Fixing typo.
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Although I searched the internet already, I was hoping someone may know of a site that they can share with me... So even if someone may have searched the internet, their search could over looked important resources that someone else may have found. I think he/she took the question in a negative way. So that is why I said why reply to a question if you don't know the answer.
As you probably saw in your last thread, the teachers here are not aware of any formal distinction between mental and physical verbs. We don't refer to them using those terms. I have never heard them used, nor do I use them. On that basis, it is very unlikely that any of us will know of any websites which cover a grammar aspect we don't think exists.
The fact that you have already searched the net to no avail and have had these replies from various teachers should tell you something.
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I would like to think everyone for trying help, and the near future, if you don't know the answer please do not waste your time responding back as someone else may know the answer.