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Analiza: 1. Waiting at the station, he appeared very nervous.

Waiting- present participle, regular. This verb is Main Regular Finite Linking Mixed/state Ed-form The past simple tense The past simple tense is formed of the infinitive base of the verb for all persons plus ED for regular verbs, or 2nd colon for irregular verbs. Spelling: in this case we just add suffix –ED to the infinitive base. Pronunciation: suffix –ED after voiced sounds as /r/ in this case is pron. as /d/. 9. USE: completed action in past Simple Past expresses idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Sometimes, the speaker may not actually mention the specific time, but they do have one specific time in mind. 10.

11. Passive-/ 12. Translation: Cekujuci na stanici, izgledao je veoma nervozno.

Pronunciation: Verb weigh/wei/is pronounced with a diphthong /ei/ at the end of the verb and suffix –ED here is pronounced as /d/ like after voiced sounds in this case. and 3rd colon for irregular verbs). PERSON/NUMBER third person plural . Spelling: In this sentence we just add suffix –ED to the infinitive base of the verb. They have just weighed my bag.2. no change. irregular. USE: Action that started in past and has just finished. Have-auxiliary verb. Moja torba je upravo izmerena.My bag has just been weighed. Passive. 1. Translation: Oni su upravo izmerili moju torbu. This verb is: Main Regular Finite Transitive Mixed/action Ed-form The present perfect tense Present perfect tense is formed of present tense of the auxiliary verb TO HAVE (have/has) plus past participle (infinitive base + Ed for regular verbs.

Look: this verb isMain Regular Non finite. passive-/ . no change. Spelling: Here we just add suffix-s to the infinitive base of the verb look. Passive -/ Translation: Pogledaj! Looks: this verb is : Main Regular Finite Linking Mixed/state s. Look! Her garden looks terrible. Spelling/pronunciation: it’s just infinitive base. adding –(e)s (inflectional suffix) to the infinitive base.Form The simple present tense The simple present tense is formed of the infinitive base of the verb for all persons except for the third person singular.3. Pronunciation: suffix s in this sentence is pronounced as /s/ concerning that /k/ is voiceless sound. infinitive Intransitive Mixed/state Base form Imperative mood Imperative mood is the form of the verb that makes direct commands and requests. no change in spelling or in pronunciation. USE: This tense expresses the idea that an action is happening now.

Laughing –gerund. irregular. Spelling :when we have one syllable word with two consonants and one vowel we double last consonant. like in this case T(get+ing=getting). Passive -/ Translation: Sarino smejanje zbog mog akcenta me nervira. USE: This tense expresses the idea that an action is happening now. Is-auxiliary verb. 4. Getting: this verb is: Main Irregular Finite Intransitive Mixed/action Ing-form.translation: Njena basta izgleda uzasno. present participle The present continuous tense The present continuous tense is formed with the present tense of the verb TO BE (am/is/are) plus present participle (infinitive base of verbs plus suffix. Sarah's laughing at my accent is getting on my nerves. .ing). Pronunciation: no change.