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|be||William Shakespeare - To be, or not to be (from Hamlet 3/1)
To be, or not to be: that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles (...)
gooood job this siteweb is so important for me because i'm learning english conjugation now and because of you i can learn a lots of verbs and understand it
i have a idee,,,,,you can put the verbs with a voice
you know for we can learn the verb and listen to it for more comprehension
and sorry for my bad english lool
thnx sooo much
|cost||it cost me 10 dollars
||I am impressed by the nice interesting work on your pages, what are the conditions for using the facility.
Is there a special option for passive voice which does not appear?
Thanking you sincerely,
|be||the above sentences have conjunctions but if the exact word highlighted and showed exactly what is conjunction then it will be easy to identify.
||beautiful idea! me, love it!
||Ajde airlija neka e!
|croak||The toads were croaking down by the pond.
She almost croaked when she saw the total repair bill.
A frog goes 'ribbet, ribbet' while a toad goes 'croak, croak!'
and to paraphrase the first example,
The old guy croaked at the age of 102.
Thanks for a great
|Mrs Vesna Maksimovic
I've just found your site and cannot believe it is something I have been trying all day....
Best regards from Serbia