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  • List Of Irregular Verbs

    Irregular Verbs List This is a list of some irregular verbs in English. Of course, there are many others, but these are the more common irregular verbs. For a longer list see: http://bogwebs.systime.dk/bogwebs_topbar/emmg/html_help/gramengde_uregelmssige_verber.htm V1 Base Form | V2 Past Simple | V3 Past Participle | awake | awoke | awoken | be | was, were | been | beat | beat | beaten | become | became | become | begin | began | begun | bend | bent | bent | bet | bet | bet...

    Blow, English irregular verbs, English-language films 347  Words | 3  Pages

  • Irregular Verbs

    ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form | Irregular Verbs ListIrregular Verbs ListThis is a list of some irregular verbs in English. Of course, there are many others, but these are the more common irregular verbs. V1 Base Form | V2 Past Simple | V3 Past Participle | awake | awoke | awoken | be | was, were | been | beat | beat | beaten | become | became | become | begin | began | begun | bend | bent | bent | bet | bet | bet | bid | bid | bid | bite |...

    Charles Darwin, English irregular verbs, Fields of science 524  Words | 4  Pages

  • irregular verbs

    Irregular verbs exercises 1. You ……were……… (be) up late last night! 2. We …have been beaten… (be, beat) again by the same team as last time. 3. What ……bacame……….. (become) of him? I haven’t seen him in years! 4. They ……began……… (begin) to eat their breakfast. 5. The dog got very aggressive after he ……………got bitten…………….. (bite) by a snake. 6. The station master …………blew……… (blow) his whistle and the train started to move. 7. ……………………have you ever broke…………………….. (ever break)...

    Mouse 357  Words | 3  Pages

  • Active Verb List

    persists | protects | insists | handles | confuses | intimates | simplifies | narrates | outlines | allows | initiates | asserts | supports | compares | distinguishes | describes | assists | sees | persuades | lists | quotes | exposes | warns | believes | categorizes | disregards | tests | postulates | acknowledges | defies | accepts | emphasizes | confirms | praises | supplies | seeks | cautions | shares | convinces | declares...

    Issei Noro, Past tense, Scientific method 297  Words | 5  Pages

  • Important Irregular Verbs

    Important Irregular Verbs (ESLprof.com/handouts/Info/100irregularverbs.doc, p. 1 of 2) simple form past past participle 1. beat beat beaten 2. become became become 3. begin began begun 4. bend bent bent 5. bet bet bet 6. bite bit bitten 7. bleed bled bled 8. blow blew blown 9 break broke broken 10. bring brought brought 11. build built built 12. buy bought bought 13. catch caught caught 14. choose chose...

    Dig Dug, Participle, Prime number 436  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spanish Irregular Present Tense Verbs

    Spanish verbs irregular in the present tense! ! Stem-Changing Verbs Ending in -ar and -er! ! e → ie -ar o → ue -er pensar - to think! querer - to want/! acertar - to guess right/ ! love/wish! hit the mark! ascender - to ! apretar - to tighten/! ascend/promote! squeeze/be tight! defender - to ! atravesar - to cross! defend! cerrar - to close! descender - to ! comenzar - to begin/! descend! commence! encender - to light/! confesar - to confess! ignite! despertar(se)...

    Grammatical conjugation, Grammatical tense, Irregular verb 777  Words | 2  Pages

  • Irregular Verbs

    spelling only It is possible for a verb to be regular in pronunciation, but irregular in spelling. Examples of this are the English verbs lay and pay. In terms of pronunciation, these make their past forms in the regular way, by adding the /d/ sound. However their spelling deviates from the regular pattern: they are spelt not "layed" and "payed" (although the latter form is used in some rarer contexts), butlaid and paid. This contrasts with fully regular verbs such as sway and stay, which have the...

    English verbs, Grammatical aspect, Grammatical conjugation 2518  Words | 9  Pages

  • For Using Irregular Verbs Understand the Problem

    R U L E S For Using Irregular Verbs Understand the problem. All verbs, whether regular or irregular, have five forms [often called principal parts]. These forms are the infinitive, simple present, simple past, past participle, and present participle. The difference between a regular and an irregular verb is the formation of the simple past and past participle. Regular verbs are dependably consistent—the simple past ends in ed as does the past participle. Check out this chart. Infinitive to laugh...

    Gerund, Irregular verb, Latin 1710  Words | 5  Pages

  • Irregular Verbs

    REGULAR / IRREGULAR VERBS The English language uses both regular and irregular verbs. When forming the past tense or the present/past perfect tense of these verbs, we use different methods. To form the past tense of a regular verb ending with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u), add a d to the word. To form the present/past perfect tense, add a d plus a helping verb (have, had, or has). For example, the verb share ends with the vowel e. share = present tense shared (share + d) = past tense had shared...

    Grammatical aspect, Grammatical conjugation, Grammatical tense 630  Words | 11  Pages

  • English Irregular Verbs with Phonetic Transcription

    English Irregular Verbs with Phonetic Transcription beat | /bi:t/ | beat | /bi:t/ | beaten | /'bi:tn/ | become | /bɪ 'kʌm/ | became | /bɪ 'keɪm/ | become | /bɪ 'kʌm/ | begin | /bɪ 'gɪn/ | began | /bɪ 'gæn/ | begun | /bɪ 'gʌn/ | bend | /bend/ | bent | /bent/ | bent | /bent/ | bind | /baɪnd/ | bound | /baʊnd/ | bound | /baʊnd/ | bite | /baɪt/ | bit | /bɪt/ | bitten | /'bɪtn/ | bleed | /bli:d/ | bled | /bled/ | bled | /bled/ | blow | /blou/ | blew | /blu:/ | blown | /bloun/ | break...

    Irregular verb 982  Words | 5  Pages

  • Verb Tenses

    and then Johnny, the hero comes to the rescue. * Brand X cleanses the skin like no other soap can. PAST * Verb with –d or –ed for regular verbs; verb changed in spelling for irregular verbs. * Used to indicate an action which is true only in the past. * Used in conditional sentences to refer to a probable or supposed event * Used to complement other verbs which are used in the past tense in the sentence. Example sentences * The scouts decided to move the trip from...

    Grammatical aspect, Grammatical tense, Grammatical tenses 1427  Words | 7  Pages

  • A the Verb

    |The subject is one activist and the singular verb is has | |2. |b | | | | |The subject is to one group of people, so the verb form requires is right | |3. |a |The subject is plural, vitamins, and the verb must be plural too, "are" is correct. | | ...

    Copula, Grammatical conjugation, Grammatical number 521  Words | 3  Pages

  • Subject and Verbs Prepositional Verbs

    Multi-word verbs Phrasal verbs Prepositional verbs Phrasal-prepositional verbs Multi-word verbs compared to verb + PP combinations Intransitive verbs Intransitive vs. causative verbs Copula constructions Different phrase types used as complement Refrences Verb complementation types   A clause consists basically of the predicate verb and its complements (additional expressions needed to ‘complete’ the sense of the main verb). The relationship between the main verb and its...

    Intransitive verb, Sentence, Subject 1392  Words | 7  Pages

  • Modal Verbs

    Modal verbs A modal verb is a verb, for example ‘can’, ‘might’, or ‘must’ that is used before another verb to show that something is possible, necessary, etc. Here are some of the uses and meanings of modal verbs. For a more detailed description, use a good grammar book. Here are the main modal verbs of English: can could may might must ought shall will would Expressing degrees of certainty In the speaker’s opinion, John has the car: The car’s not here – John must have taken it. The speaker...

    Grammatical mood, Grammatical person, Grammatical tense 620  Words | 3  Pages

  • Reporting Verbs

    ACADEMIC LEARNING AND LANGUAGE LEARNING GUIDE Reporting Verbs In academic writing, you will often need to refer to the research of others, also called secondary sources. A reporting verb is a word which is used to talk about or report on other people's work. Reporting verbs can be used to great effect, but the difficulty with using them is that there are many, and each of them has a slightly different and often subtle meaning. Introduction In academic writing, it is important to present...

    Adelaide, Controversies, Controversy 1041  Words | 4  Pages

  • Verb and Example

    | Andrew said that he was right. He said to his father that he was right. | tell | to tell someone something (tell is followed by an object noun or pronoun) | Can you tell me the way to the station, please? | Note: In formal situations, the verb must be formed in the past tense. Andrew told me that he was right. Informal it is ok to say: Andrew told me that he is right. Some might say that he was right. | some people believe | It is said to bring good luck. | in the sense of "always"...

    Gerund, Grammatical tense, Noun 777  Words | 4  Pages

  • Spanish irregular verbs

     Irregular verbs Some irregular verbs: saber, traer, hacer, salir, ir, and poner. Present Indicative   a. saber, to know (knowledge, ability) b. traer to bring     sé I know, etc. traigo I bring, etc. sabes   traes   sabe trae sabemos traemos sabéis traéis saben traen     c. hacer to do, to make d. salir, to go out     hago I do, make, etc. salgo, I go out, etc. haces   sales   hace ...

    Cyrillic alphabet, Demonstrative, Grammatical person 1488  Words | 9  Pages

  • Policy: Monopoly and Learning Irregular Verb

    3 COLLAPSE "Tips for Learning Irregular Verb Forms" Please respond to the following: Recommend two websites for college students to learn and practice grammar. Explain why the site would be helpful. Include the URLs in your discussion. Select three irregular verbs that you have trouble with (or that often present problems for many writers), and then write three sentences for students to correct. Week 2 Discussion 3 COLLAPSE "Tips for Learning Irregular Verb Forms" Please respond to the following: ...

    Competition, Economics, Irregular verb 445  Words | 2  Pages

  • Group of Verbs

    Classification of irregular verbs Submitted by: Honeylyn C. Duran Submitted to: Ms. Villaver Yr. And Section: iii-kamagong Classification of irregular verbs Submitted by: Alvar june navarro Submitted to: Ms. villaver Yr. And Section: iii-kamagong Irregular Verbs This group of verbs are the same in the simple form, simple past and past participle In group 2, the verbs in simple past and past participle end in ought y aught               In group 3, the verbs in simple past...

    Group, Period 5 element, Transition metal 313  Words | 2  Pages

  • Subject Verb Agreement

    SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT   The subject and the verb must agree in number: both must be singular or both must be plural. Students have problems with subject verb agreement when the verb is a form of be or have, or when the verb is in present tense. Rules for subject verb agreement 1. When words like the following are used as subjects, they take singular verb.   Everybody | Anybody | Somebody | Nobody | Each | Everyone | Anyone | Someone | No one | Either | Everything | Anything | Something...

    Collective noun, English plural, Grammatical conjugation 768  Words | 4  Pages

  • List of Skill Verbs

    Skills and Related Action Verbs The action verbs you use on your resume and in your professional correspondence will alter the meaning and affect of the messages you are trying to convey. On the next two pages are action verbs to consider using as you prepare resumes, letters, emails, and voicemail scripts. The list below shows verbs that are related to various types of skills. The following page is a more general, alphabetical listing of other action verbs to use as you manage your messages...

    Verb 812  Words | 31  Pages

  • Phrasal Verbs Lesson

    RULE A phrasal verb has a meaning which is different from the original verb. That's what makes them fun, but confusing. You may need to try to guess the meaning from the context, or, failing that, look it up in a dictionary. There are four types of Phrasal verbs. One of them Verb + adverb + object (separable) a) I put up the picture on the wall. (literal) b) I put up enough wood on the fire, so it went out. (metaphorical) The object (noun or person) can come between the verb and the adverb...

    Noun, Noun phrase, Phrasal verb 763  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gerunds: Gerund and Common Verbs

    Verb Form: Gerund or Infinitive The gerund is the –ing form of a verb. The infinitive is the to form of a verb. Compare these lists. • • Gerunds: sketching, painting, weaving, planning Infinitives: to sketch, to paint, to weave, to plan One of the most common ways to use gerunds and infinitives is as the direct object of a verb; for example, in the sentence She loves painting, the gerund painting is the direct object. Some verbs can only be followed by gerunds; others can only be followed by...

    Gerund, Infinitive, Object 838  Words | 3  Pages

  • Worship Is a Verb

    Book Review Worship is a Verb: Eight Principles for Transforming Worship by Robert E. Webber The title of this book, Worship is a Verb, might suggest that it is the major premise of the book. Indeed, in the first chapter Webber lays out his contention that worship is a verb – something we are to be doing. He continues to come back to this thought throughout the book. Description of the Book Chapter 1, Winds of Change The author begins the book with his personal frustration with worship and...

    Bible, Christianity, Church service 2621  Words | 7  Pages

  • Irregular Flight

    Analysis on Irregular Flight In Kent Nelson's Irregular Flight, he introduces multiple meanings to “irregular flight.” Literally, when the story refers to irregular flight, it is talking about how a Cook's Petrel bird flies an irregular flight pattern. In actual context, he also implies an irregular pattern between the two individuals that are searching for this bird, however, it not clearly stated and that is one mistake of a couple that this author makes. Nelson uses many standard writing...

    Bird, Gadfly petrel, Great Barrier Reef 1041  Words | 3  Pages

  • Phrasal Verbs List

    1 0 /2 6 /1 2 P h ra sa l Ve rb s L i st Phrasal Ve rbs List (EnglishClub.com) Ph ras al v erb s are u s u ally two -wo rd p h ras es co n s is tin g o f verb + adverb o r verb + prepos ition. Th in k o f th em as y o u wo u ld an y o th er En g lis h v o cab u lary . Stu d y th em as y o u co me acro s s th em, rath er th an try in g to memo rize man y at o n ce. Us e th e lis t b elo w as a referen ce g u id e wh en y o u fin d an exp res s io n th at y o u d o n 't reco g n ize. Th e...

    2000s American television series, Cyrillic alphabet, Digraph 8682  Words | 41  Pages

  • Grammer Verb

    English Grammar * For Std VIII * By : Jeba Selvi Jebarson * What is a verb? * Ans : A verb is a word which tells us something about a person or a thing. It tells about a person or a thing in the state of :- * a) being : Madhuri is a great dancer. * b) doing : The child sleeps. * c) Possession : Shahrukh has a beautiful wife. Slide 2 * What is a verb? * Ans : A verb is a word which tells us something about a person or a thing. It tells about a...

    Finite verb, Grammatical aspect, Grammatical conjugation 334  Words | 3  Pages

  • Reporting Verbs

    Reporting verbs When introducing references[->0] into the text (citing) you should choose suitable 'reporting' verbs as these can: · strengthen the arguments you are presenting · help the reader understand why the source is relevant. Some verbs are neutral: · Smith describes... · Jones states... · Green defines... Some verbs draw attention to the author's viewpoint: · Harris argues... · O'Neill disputed... · Jackson conceded... Some verbs give information about the author's work: · Holmes...

    Grammatical aspect, Grammatical mood, Grammatical tense 292  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tenses of Verbs

    PRESENT (main verb) I study English. He studies English. PAST (past tense of main verb) I studied English. He studied English. FUTURE (will or shall + main verb) I will study English. He will study English. PRESENT PERFECT (have or has + past participle of verb) I have studied English. He has studied English. PAST PERFECT (had + past participle of verb) I had studied English. He had studied English. FUTURE PERFECT (will or shall + have + past participle of verb) I will have...

    Grammatical aspect, Grammatical tense, Grammatical tenses 584  Words | 3  Pages

  • Glass and Chosen Verb

    unit: * Deictic words. – Is the word which takes some element of its meaning from the context. * (Deictics) context. - * Reported speech. – Used to communicate something that someone said. 2 What parts of speech can function as deictics? List them and give an example or two of each, preferably different from the ones given in this unit. * Pronouns. – He, she, it, they, etc. * Locative Adverbs. - There, here, this, that, those, these. * Time axis. – Then, now, etc. * Pronouns...

    Anaphora, Deixis, Demonstrative 667  Words | 3  Pages

  • Irregular Items

    Irregular items They are reported separately because this way users can better predict future cash flows - irregular items most likely will not recur. These are reported net of taxes. * Discontinued operations is the most common type of irregular items. Shifting business location(s), stopping production temporarily, or changes due to technological improvement do not qualify as discontinued operations. Discontinued operations must be shown separately. * DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS:  As you find...

    Balance sheet, Expense, Financial statements 1846  Words | 6  Pages

  • Verb and Gerund

    THEORETICAL 2.1 Meaning of gerund According to Drs. Hariyono Rudy is a word that is used or functioning as a noun. Or it can also be said that the gerund is a verb that make to be a noun (verbal noun). According to Drs. John S. Hartono and friend gerund is a verb-ing form used as a noun. According to A. Ghani Johan is a form of the verb + ing that serves as an object, usually describe the process. Therefore gerund functions can occupy the subject, object, complement or description. Example: ...

    Adjective, Gerund, Latin 1180  Words | 5  Pages

  • Reflexive Verbs (Present and Past Tense)

    REFLEXIVES Reflexive verbs are quite common in French but less so in English. You can recognise them in English, when you say ‘myself, yourself…’ after the verb or ‘get, gets’ before a verb: I wash myself I get washed he gets showered we get ready they ask themselves she blames herself In French they use the equivalent of ‘myself’ but it goes directly before the verb: je me lave (I myself wash) Here’s the full list for se laver (to get washed/to wash oneself): ------------------------------------------------- ...

    Grammatical tense, Present tense, Pronoun 1079  Words | 4  Pages

  • Irregular Warfare

    Conceptually, the U.S. Army is beginning to shape itself for complex irregular warfare. The new Army vision calls for a ‘‘campaign-quality Army’’ that incorporates both joint and expeditionary capabilities. This includes the capacity not only to conduct decisive combat operations, but also to sustain operations indefinitely, as well as to adapt itself to the unexpected and unpredictable. As Army Chief of Staff General Schoomaker puts it, ‘‘The Army’s preeminent challenge is to reconcile expeditionary...

    Guerrilla warfare, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Operation Enduring Freedom 771  Words | 3  Pages

  • English Paper- Subject and Verb

    Types of Business Correspondence The major types of Business Correspondence are: Business Letters Business Memos Business Faxes Business E-mails Subject And Verb Agreement Defining the organizational purpose is crucial. It is also more difficult than one might think. Peter Drucker emphasizes the point that an organization’s purpose should be examined and defined not only at the inception or during difficult times but also during successful periods. If the rail road companies...

    Definition, Management, Meaning of life 554  Words | 3  Pages

  • Stative Verb and Action Verb

    Stative Verb & Action Verb All verbs in English are classified as either stative or action verbs (also referred to as 'dynamic verbs'). Action verbs describe actions we take (things we do) or things that happen. Stative verbs refer to the way things 'are' - their appearance, state of being, smell, etc. The most important difference between stative and action verbs is that action verbs can be used in continuous tenses and stative verbs can not be used in continuous tenses. Action Verbs She's studying...

    Grammatical aspect, Grammatical mood, Grammatical tense 398  Words | 2  Pages

  • Problems encountered by irregular students

    Encountered by Irregular Students on their Academic Subjects” Chapter 1 Introduction to the Study Students encounters many and different problems during their school years. These problems vary differently during their study years. It could be as simple as missing a homework or getting late in class. Or it could be as severe as getting dropped in a certain subject or worse failed the subject. Several of these problems occurs which results for a student to have an irregular status in school...

    Academia, College, Education 690  Words | 6  Pages

  • Noun: Pronoun and Verb

    Examples: cowboy, theatre, box, thought, tree, kindness, arrival Verb A verb is a word which describes an action (doing something) or a state (being something). Examples: walk, talk, think, believe, live, like, want Adjective An adjective is a word that describes a noun. It tells you something about the noun. Examples: big, yellow, thin, amazing, beautiful, quick, important Adverb An adverb is a word which usually describes a verb. It tells you how something is done. It may also tell you when...

    Grammatical number, Grammatical tense, Noun 1443  Words | 6  Pages

  • IRREGULAR WARFARE ESSAY

     An Irregular Warfare Strategy for Somalia Your Name Here Military Education 8 February 2011 Introduction The use of Irregular Warfare has been ongoing for years around the world. Irregular warfare is described as a violent struggle among state and non-state actors for legitimacy and influence over the relevant populations. I will discuss where the U.S. may apply military force in conjunction with other means of national power to stabilize the nation...

    International Monetary Fund, Military, Siad Barre 687  Words | 5  Pages

  • GRAM Verb Agreement

    Ever get "subject/verb agreement" as an error on a paper? This handout will help you understand this common grammar problem. Making Subjects and Verbs Agree 1. When the subject of a sentence is composed of two or more nouns or pronouns connected by and, use a plural verb. She and her friends are at the fair. 2. When two or more singular nouns or pronouns are connected by or or nor, use a singular verb. The book or the pen is in the drawer. 3. When a compound subject contains both a singular...

    Grammar, Grammatical number, Grammatical person 569  Words | 2  Pages

  • Causative Verb

    Causative Verbs Practice Exercise Quiz Your score is 95%. Show questions one by one <= 1 / 50 => 1. 1. Instead of buying a new bicycle, why don't you have your old one ___? 1. X  to fix 2.   ?    fixing 3. :-)  fixed 4.   ?    fixes 2. 2. Can you help me ___ my livingroom next weekend? 5.   ?    to paint 6.   ?    painting 7.   ?    painted 8. :-)  paint 3. 3. My mom always makes me __ my room on Saturday mornings. ...

    Fix, Fixed, Green Line 1129  Words | 7  Pages

  • Word List

    word used instead of a noun, like Ram shouts ----- He shouts. They, them, us, he, she, it etc. come under this class. 4. Verb – provides action: they tell what is happening, like: I fly my kite. Calcutta is a big city. Ram bought the ball. 5. Adverb – is a word used to add something to the meaning of a verb, an adjective, or another adverb, like: Jack solved the sum quickly. This flower is very beautiful. 6. Prepositions...

    Adjective, Grammar, Noun 396  Words | 3  Pages

  • Linked List

    Linked Lists Intro Although linked lists sounds kind of scary, don’t worry they are really easy to use once you’ve got a little practice under your belt! When I first learned this odd way of storing data, I really thought that I wouldn’t be using them again. I certainly learned differently! Linked lists form the foundation of many data storing schemes in my game! They are really nice when you don’t know how many of a data type you will need, and don’t want to waste space. They are like having a...

    Array data structure, C, Data type 1695  Words | 5  Pages

  • Verb and Correct Answer

    which the subjects and verbs have been correctly identified and in which the subjects and verbs agree. The subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined. Correct Answer: C       At the end of the story, they were living happily ever after. (or were) Explanation: Use a plural verb with a plural subject. 2. Choose the sentence in and the verbs are underlined. Correct...

    Copula, Grammatical number, Predicate 2406  Words | 7  Pages

  • Old English Verb

    General characteristics of the OE verb. Major and minor groups of verbs. All the forms of the verb were synthetical, as analytical forms were only beginning to appear. Non-finite forms had little in common with the finite forms but shared many features with the nominal parts of speech. Predicate agreed with the subject in 2 grammatical categories: number and person. Categories: Number – sg, pl Person – 1st, 2nd, 3rd Tense – present (present/future actions) and past (various events of the past)...

    Gerund, Grammatical mood, Grammatical number 681  Words | 3  Pages

  • Verb tenses

    A Put in the verbs in brackets in the correct tenses. Example: The sun ______________ now. (to shine) Answer: The sun is shining now. 1) We TV when it started to rain. (to watch) 2) I to visit you yesterday, but you not at home. (to want) (to be) 3) Look! It , so we can't to the beach. (to rain) (to go) 4) There are a lot of clouds! It soon. (to rain) 5) The sun in the East. (to rise) 6) Since 2003 they their son every year. (to visit) 7) While the doctor Mr Jones, his son outside this...

    2002 albums, Fact, Father 1091  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hockett's List

    Hockett’s List and the Signature Characteristic Strategy Charles Hockett, an American linguist writing in the 1960s, created a list of thirteen design features of the Human spoken language. Hockett asserted that only spoken human language adheres to all thirteen features. This list has enabled researchers to distinguish Human communication from that of animals, in order to establish whether a certain species has lingual abilities. This research method is most commonly referred to as the...

    Bee learning and communication, Beekeeping, European honey bee 761  Words | 3  Pages

  • Schindler's List

    Schindler’s list “Schindler’s List” is a film directed by Steven Spielberg which is based on the novel “Schindler’s Ark” by Thomas Kennedy. It is set during the Second World War when Hitler was in charge. Jews, gypsies and black people were seen as untermenschen (sub-human) and were sent to concentration camps to be killed. “Schindler’s List” is a didactic film about Oskar Schindler who employed Jewish people so that he could make money, as they would do the job for little pay, but later in...

    Antisemitism, Jews, Judaism 1332  Words | 4  Pages

  • Modal Verbs

    sent you a birthday card. 9. She must have been keeping secrets from me. 10. David can't have gone to the supermarket. 11. He must be working at the library. 1.Complete the following sentences using the most appropriate forms of the verbs. 1. Jack has got a headache. He … sleep well recently. a) can’t b) couldn’t have c) hasn’t been able to 2. I … sleep for hours when I was a little girls. a) could b) am able to c) can 3...

    1301  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Bucket List

    Edward's work ethics, rather than give him a private room during his stay, his hospital puts him in the same room as Carter. As time goes on the two men become close and when Edward finds Carter's 'bucket list' in the garbage, listing all he wanted to do before dying, he includes his own items on the list and invites Carter to a journey of friendship, discovery and redemption. Both of them heal each other, become unlikely friends, and ultimately find joy in life. Their initial adventures, like sky diving...

    Agra, American films, Egyptian pyramids 1052  Words | 3  Pages

  • Grammatical Tense and Verb

    COMPOUND PERSONAL PRONOUNS: NOTES: 1. Reflexive pronouns act as the object of the verb, but they reflect the action back to the subject. These pronouns will always be the same person or thing as the subject.  Ex. She blamed herself for the mishap.  He hurt himself yesterday.  2. Intensive pronouns simply add force or emphasis to a noun or pronoun that is already in the sentence.  Ex. You yourself wrote those words.  I prepared the meal myself.  EXERCISES:  Tell whether the underlined...

    Grammatical tense, Interrogative word, Parts of speech 1147  Words | 7  Pages

  • schindlers list

    Schindler’s List Schindler’s List, one of the greatest holocaust movies of all time! This movie was spectacular,and showed the ins and outs of the holocaust. Throughout the movie I was stunned by the things I had never heard nor seen before, which I found very interesting. This movie was very emotional, and told the story about a man I became to admire, named Oskar Schindler. Oskar Schindler was a smart man that was a part of the Nazi Party. This was during the time when Hitler became fully...

    Adolf Hitler, Amon Göth, Nazi Germany 1333  Words | 4  Pages

  • shindler's list

    Schindler's List At the time of Hitler , a man, Oskar Schindler businessman , opposes the ruling regime in their country and fight his way to the holocaust that he is living . He uses his fortune to hire Jews in concentration camps in order to work for him and save their lives. Shortly after he made a list with the names of the winners he will live save until the end of the war . One morning from the top of a hill, where he had taken a ride, his look falls on a Jewish girl in red coat who manages...

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