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Progressive form of want #1 (permalink) Mon May 02, 2005 10:38 am   Progressive form of want
 

Test No. incompl/inter-92 "Tenses (3)", question 10

Come on tell me honestly what you ......... to do now.

(a) wanted
(b) want
(c) are wanting
(d) will want

Test No. incompl/inter-92 "Tenses (3)", answer 10

Come on tell me honestly what you want to do now.

Correct answer: (b) want

Your answer was: incorrect
Come on tell me honestly what you are wanting to do now.
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Well, help - why is gerund here not ok?
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Progressive form of want #2 (permalink) Tue May 03, 2005 20:27 pm   Progressive form of want
 

There is no continuous (progressive) form of the verb want.

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