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||pretty useful, but i guess the modals and action verbs could be included too, i have adopted an activity which includes most of the conjugations if you are interested, contact me
||Great work! Very very useful! Easy to find verb form! User-friendly!
|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.
Betim Minas Gerais
|will||O interessante é que quando usamos Will será para dizer algo incerto (futuro você não tem certeza o que irá acontecer), porém quando usamos going to usaremos para expressar que realmente temos certeza do que iremos realizar.
|beseech||beseech can be usesd as a regular verb instead of being irregular by addindg an -ed to its patciple form: Beseeched???? What is your comment???? We know that language is flexible and the message can be understood even if the spelling or the spelling is no
|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
|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.