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|Me No Speak Americano Englise
|THIS IS AN AWESOMEO SITEO. KEPPO IT UPPO!!!!
|take a bow||translation for "take a bow " is "faire la reverence"
|carry over|| My terrible feeling is carrying over.
|glance over||steal a glance
I see that translation to Slovenian language is incorrect(now is "skriva ner"). Right translation is "zapisati".
|long||And I long to worship thee .
|I am inspired to rant:
wreak, wrought, wrought!
Heave, hove, hoven!
Every day, in books that have ostensibly gone through professional editing, I routinely see atrocities like "sheared" for "shore" or "shorn". "Shined". "Weaved" even! It is to rip one's hair!!
While I cannot recommend medieval punishments for the offending authors and editors, I entreat the site framers here to husband, to protect, to champion seeming archaisms against the relentless advance of automated spell-checking programs and modern, trendy efforts to rationalize written English. Please do not forfeit elegance in the quest for a spurious simplicity.
|hang||The passive of the verb referring to death by hanging is 'hanged' in English. There is no reference to this on your site.
I am delighted to find your site and I have shared it on facebook. Thank you for keeping English alive and properly conjugated! I
|This is a most useful tool for anyone struggling with the conjugation of English verbs. I have recommended your website in the latest post on my blog: http://www.englishessaywritingtips.com/2011/05/common-errors-in-spoken-english-went-or-gone/
Medellin Colombia, South America
|Your website is awesome, thanks for the dedicated work that you-all have done. Is there a way to see the lists of verbs versus one by one entries? In like manner have you thought about an engine that allows you to limit the headings ie Present, Past, Present Participle? This way each verb would only take one line and a list of verbs could be printed. To go along with this engine you could list only the base verb and have a box next to it that could be checked and then only these verbs would be conjugated and printed out. Again, thanks for the superb website.