Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 3 State verbs and action verbs

What are state verbs? Are they written in the simple tense or in the continuous tense?
What are action verbs? Are they written in the simple tense or in the continuous tense?
Can a verb act as both an action verb as well as a state verb?

A state means something staying the same.

An action means something happening.

State verbs cannot usually be continuous.

Action verbs may be simple or continuous.

Grade 8 Grammar Lesson 3 State verbs and action verbs (0)

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