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Lesson Flashcards: Verbs in the Infinitive Form versus the “-ing” Form English

To give a lot of time and effort to something

To dedicate

Imagination

Obviously

Clearly

Part-time

Full-time

يحدد

To determine

Difference

Contrast

Adult

Grown-up

أدب

Literature

يتساءل

To wonder

A piece of writing, often arranged in lines that rhyme

Poem

White currant, redcurrant and blackcurrant

Hint: Begins with C

Currant

A series of events which make up the story

Plot

To keep away from someone or something on purpose

To avoid

To tell a story

To narrate

To place an object down

To lie

Members of staff in an institution or school

Faculty

Real

Imaginary

Unpopular

Popular

Woman reads comics in bed

Hint: One word

Comic

Something that has been emphasised visually or verbally

Stressed

The action of jumping on one leg

Hopping

Writer

Author

A long piece of creative writing

Novel

Rhythm

Small stones gravel texture background

Hint: Begins with G

Gravel

Light candle

Hint: An 11-letter word

Candlelight

Island in the ocean

Island

Problem

Issue

A type of literature, often written in stanzas

Poetry

Unfair

Fair

Someone who writes poems

Poet

A type or kind of thing A group of things that consists of a range of different types and kinds

Variety

hay bales in the sunset

Hay

A small piece of land, especially one that has been measured or marked out for a specific purpose

Plot

An intruction that explains how to behave or what to do and not to do

Rule

A paragraph in a poem or song

Verse

Line

Row

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