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DIFFICULT VERBS
VERB Sew PAST Sewed PAST PARTICIPLE Sewn MEANING to use a needle and thread to make or repair clothes or to fasten something such as a button to them. to get rid of something that you no longer need or want. to kill someone - used especially in newspapers. to move smoothly over a surface while continuing to touch it, or to make something move in this way. to throw or put something somewhere with a careless movement and some force. to have a strong and very unpleasant smell. to damage something such as paper or cloth by pulling it hard or letting it touch something sharp. to push something somewhere roughly. to put your foot on or in something while you are walking. to succeed in getting something from someone, but only after a lot of effort. to bravely accept or deal with a painful, difficult, or upsetting situation. to tie someone so that they cannot move or escape. to hold someone or something tightly, especially because you do not feel safe. to move in a quiet, careful way, especially to avoid attracting attention. to throw something somewhere using a lot of force. to break something such as corn or coffee beans into small pieces or powder, either in a machine or between two hard surfaces. to put someone or something down carefully into a flat position. to be in a position in which your body is flat on the floor, on a bed, etc. to leave a job, school etc, especially without finishing it completely. to cut something using a saw.

Shed Slay Slide

shed Slew Slid

Shed Slain Slid

Sling Stink Tear

Slung Stank Tore

Slung Stunk Torn

Thrust Tread Wring Bear Bind Cling Creep Fling Grind

Thrust Trod Wrung Bore Bound Clung Crept Flung Ground

Thrust Trodden Wrung Borne Bound Clung Crept Flung Ground

Lay Lie Quit Saw

Laid Lay Quit / Quitted Sawed

Laid Lain Quit / Quitted Sawn

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