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Phrasal Verbs: An Introduction

Phrasal verbs are often frightening for learners. While they are commonly used by native speakers, learners have difficulty understanding and using them. A phrasal verb is a verb comprised of a verb and one or two prepositions. 494 more words

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WordBird Exercise No. 10: Verb Tenses

Verbs are some of the most important words in the English language, and also some of the most complicated words to use. That’s because, in addition to information about “how” the action was done and which action was done, verbs also communicate temporal information. 601 more words

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Verbos regulares e irregulares. Infinitivo, pasado, particio y significado.

A continuación les facilito una lista de verbos regulares e irregulares con sus distintos tiempos verbales y significados. Tengan en cuenta que estos solo son algunos de los muchos verbos que tiene el Inglés. 789 more words


Comic Mnemonics: Spanish Verbs: A fun, easy way to remember Spanish verbs Review | Learn Spanish

Learn Spanis. Overall Rating (based on customer reviews): 4.4 out of 5 stars. French for Kids. Discover what thousands of kids already know about memorizing verbs… illustrations and funny phrases work!Maybe you use a mnemonic to remember the number of days in each month (“thirty days hath September…”), which way to set your clock at Daylight Savings Time (“spring forward, fall back”), or the order of planets in the solar system (“my very educated mother just served us new potatoes”). 88 more words

Misuse of Like and As

The confusion in using like or as is caused by a lack of understanding of the word’s role. Like is used as a preposition, telling where, when or how the noun in the sentence is doing whatever it may be doing. 196 more words

Meira um sagnorðum - More about verbs

As you may have noticed, verbs in Icelandic don’t always conjugate in the same way. The most common verb endings are -a, -ar, -ar, -um, -ið 365 more words


#25DaysofEnglish, Day 2: Which word is which - See, look at, or watch?

See, look (at) and watch are all verbs that have to do with our eyes. Choosing when to use these verbs might make you nervous… 363 more words