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    Exclamation Enjoy? stative verb? or other verb?

    I'm really confused with "enjoy"

    I thought "enjoy" is a stative verb, which can not be used in progressive aspect.

    However, I found many sentences in progressive.

    I need to know how it works.

    Please give me some clues to understand.


    Also, happy new year~!

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    Default Re: Enjoy? stative verb? or other verb?

    Welcome, dewfull.

    Some verbs can be both state and action verbs depending on their meaning.

    Click here to read more. (Try the practice activities)

    All the best.

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    Default Re: Enjoy? stative verb? or other verb?

    Thankyou very much for the link, Casiopea.... I've been trying to find a test and further examples on this subject, with little luck on here so far!

    Have a great week,

    m.x

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