TRANSITIVE - needs object
INTRANSITIVE - no object
|TO SET = to place something,
to adjust, to arrange
VERB FORMS: set - set - set - setting
|TO SIT = to put your bottom
in a chair, to occupy a place as a member of an official body
VERB FORMS: sit - sat - sat - sitting
|Petra always sets her
drink on a coaster.
My friend set the flowers on the table.
I'm setting my hair for the party tonight.
|Please sit anywhere
Frank's sitting on the sofa.
Many congressmen have sat in congress.
Read the sentences and choose the correct answer:
|1) No questions, please! Would you all ____ down now please.||A) set||B) sit|
|2) The child ____ her hotdog on the dirty bench. Yuck!||A) set||B) sat|
|3) Hairdressers can ____ their client's hair very quickly.||A) set||B) sit|
|4) Oh no! The gorilla is ____ on my brother! Help!||A) setting||B) sitting|
|5) Hey! Mom is ____ the dinner on the table. Let's eat!||A) setting||B) sitting|
|6) The family is ____ down at the table to eat dinner.||A) setting||B) sitting|
|7) The food is ___ on the table ready to be eaten.||A) setting||B) sitting|
|8) Before dinner, the dishes were ____ on the table, in preparation for the meal.||A) set||B) sat|
|9) The mailman ____ the package on my doorstep.||A) set||B) sat|
|10) But while the package was ____ there, someone stole it!||A) setting||B) sitting|
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