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7. Words which demonstrate activity/ feeling/ behaviour

Action Words entail effort/ volition/ intent/ affected participant. You assist somebody, decide to leave, express a desire, run upstairs, hide in a cellar, adapt to a situation through adjustment. Law doesn’t discriminate between male and females, the policy discriminates against women. Resist temptation. In case of adjectives, there are accompanying phrases or sentences which demonstrate the adjective. For example when we say: ‘The old man is active’, we normally add by saying something like: ‘He does all his work by himself and even cooks his own meal’.

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