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Irregular Verb Cards Dec 5
Time for a video example! Our of the day is “Wear”, which means “to have something on your body as clothing or jewellery.”
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English SE 9h
Which is correct: "troubleshooted" or "troubleshot"?
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English Forward 10h
Train your vocabulary. Make a sentence by using the word 'endure'⁠
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FR-translationdotca Dec 5
16 Boring & What To Use Instead
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english center Dec 5
📌We don't use these verbs in continuous.
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Bryant Family Values Dec 5
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Vocords Dec 3
Tag your friends with whom you do daft things. 😛⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Joono OpenStory 10h
You have no idea how important are when Korean sentences Adjectives work as in
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TGA@MFL Dec 1
12 verbs of Christmas 🎄🇪🇸🎁🇫🇷
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Israa Mohmad Nov 30
. ⏺formal - informal appear - seem terminate - end obtain - get consume - eat seek - look for function - work cease - stop continue - go on retain - keep commence/initiate - begin provide - give reside - live depict - describe retain - keep
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Nexo Linguística Dec 5
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Vocords Dec 3
Have you forgotten this word? 😛 It's time to revise it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Irregular Verb Cards Dec 3
Hello everybody! Our of the day is “Waylay”, which means “to stop someone who is going somewhere.”
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Irregular Verb Cards Nov 30
Hello! Our of the day is “Uphold”, which means “to defend or keep a principle or law.”
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Irregular Verb Cards 19h
Hi there! Our of the day is “Weave”, which means “to interlace threads to form a fabric or material.”
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Courtney LaPorte Nov 29
In Writer’s Workshop students continued with writing. Today we talked about the importance of using and to help explain our procedure. Students are creating a monster and writing a procedure to see if someone else can recreate it!
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BBC Learning English Nov 28
Is it ever OK to say ‘I’m loving your work’? Learn the right way to use verbs such as think, know, believe, understand, remember, love and hate. Watch 6 Minute :
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Reis Lima Quarteu 12h
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Alan Summers Dec 5
. Two tasting green in a lava breakfast . . . the dew falling Alan Summers note: “the dew falling” from Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas
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Alan Summers Dec 5
two verbs can be fine if they are earning their place in such a short verse. Here's a verbless haiku:
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