The insurance class: active and passive verbs

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The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by James Trotta » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:08 pm

Ask any questions you have about this class:
http://www.eslgo.com/classes/grammar/insurance.php

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by nenitalindo » Sun Jul 01, 2012 9:12 pm

I think that I need more exercise in all verbs: active/passive, past/present tenses, in order to write better and express my self correctly. Where I can practice more in this matter. Thank you!

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by nenitalindo » Sun Jul 01, 2012 9:15 pm

There is a Teacher who will answer my questions or some body online?

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by James Trotta » Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:09 pm

Well yeah, I am a teacher who will answer questions. But they need to be more specific. You can practice all over the place. But then if you have a sentence you want to ask about or something like that, you can ask me.

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by jyoti » Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:35 am

i need grammer class

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by boxcar » Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:40 pm

jyoti wrote:i need grammer class
Are you thinking about taking a class or are you looking for help with your grammar here?

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by Jess » Sun Mar 24, 2013 5:33 pm

Hi james i just do not understand in this class has one sentence is "The person I hit is probably entitled to some money."what means about entitle ?

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by James Trotta » Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:53 am

Hi Jess. If you can answer these questions correctly, then you will get an idea of "entitled." If you can't, just tell us and we can help you out. But the best way to learn it is to figure it out this way so we'll try this before I give you the answer.

If you are entitled to something, do you deserve it or not? Put another way, if you are entitled to something, does that mean you should have it or does being entitled to something mean you should not have it?
Jess wrote:Hi james i just do not understand in this class has one sentence is "The person I hit is probably entitled to some money."what means about entitle ?

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by Hannylove » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:00 am

What is active and passive verb?

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Re: The insurance class: active and passive verbs

Post by gandaka » Thu Jul 06, 2017 7:51 pm

I'm not good at using active and passive verbs. Yes, that is maybe my question also, what is active verb and passive verb? How to use them correctly in a sentence?

Yes, I know insurance is very important for a person to have. Without insurance (like for example car insurance and health insurance) a person shoulder all the expenses when accident happen (this is for without car insurance). Same thing with the medical coverage. When you don't have one and you get sick, you pay all the expenses yourself.

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