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throw-threw-thrown, ()
fly-flew-flown, ()
catch-caught-caught, ()
bring-brought-brought. ()
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Fling-flung-flung ? ()
Cling-clung-clung , ()
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, , say-said-said, ()
,
hear-heard-heard, ()
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feel-felt-felt ()
kneel-knelt-knelt... ( )
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win-won-won. , ()
lose-lost-lost, ! ()
fight-fought-fought ()

weep-wept-wept (, )
sleep-slept-slept ()

buy-bought-bought ()
,
pay-paid-paid, ()
lay-laid-laid ()
think-thought-thought, ()
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Smell-smelt-smelt ! ()
sweep-swept-swept, ()
keep-kept-kept, ()
Learn-learnt-learnt ()
Sew-sewed-sewn ()
Shine-shone-shone (, )
.
know-knew-known, ()
- grow-grew-grown. (, )
dream-dreamt-dreamt ()
!

Drink-drank-drunk ()
.
forget-forgot-forgotten ()

, , have-had-had()
.
do-did-done, ()
!!!
- creep-crept-crept, ()
weep-wept-wept. ()
hurt-hurt-hurt ()
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fight-fought-fought ()
, shoot-shot-shot. ()

Strike-struck-struck . ()
, swell-swelled-swollen ()
.
Freeze-froze-frozen ()
,
break-broke-broken ()
.
,
Bind-bound-bound . ()
Draw-drew-drawn ()
.


Hide-hid-hidden . ()
spread-spread-spread ()
.
send-sent-sent, ()
, steal-stole-stolen . ()

Spit-spat-spat . ()
Lean-leant-leant ()
, !
, , fall-fell-fallen ()
.
Write-wrote-written , ()
Ride-rode-ridden , ()
,
Be-was-been . ()
Seek-sought-sought - ()
.
bite-bit-bitten ()
.
find-found-found ()
-.

become-became-become. ()
Give-gave-given ()
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feed-fed-fed ()
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let-let-let. ()
sit-sat-sat, ()
Knit-knit-knit , ()

quit-quit-quit; (, )

lead-led-led: ()
,
dwell- dwelt-dwelt , ()
lie-lay-lain, ()

,
dig-dug-dug, ()
Find-found-found, , ()
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, , think-thought-thought, ()
.
strive-strove-striven ()
thrive-throve-thriven! ()
Take-took-taken ()
...
,
Go-went-gone . ()

Drive-drove-driven , ()
Eat-ate-eaten ()

Fly-flew-flown , ()
Hold-held-held , ()
Spend-spent-spent ()
Build-built-built ...()
wake-woke-woken, ()
speak-spoke-spoken ()
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Leave-left-left , (, )
Run-ran-run , ()
Find-found-found ... ! ()

,
put-put-put ()
begin-began-begun ()
!
cut-cut-cut, ()
shut-shut-shut, ()
light-lit-lit, ()
hit-hit-hit, ()
ring-rang-rung ()
, , run-ran-run. ()
think-thought-thought, ()
.

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Hang-hung-hung , ()
see-saw-seen, ()
!
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fly-flew-flown, , ()
swim-swam-swum , ()
Lie-lay-lain , ()

Teach-taught-taught ! ()
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Make-made-made ! ()
be-was-been ()
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Steal-stole-stolen , ()
Beat-beat-beaten, ! ()
,

Speak-spoke-spoken ? ()
Sing-sang-sung . ()

Leap-leapt-leapt, ! ()
Tell-told-told ()
burst-burst-burst . ()

Sell-sold-sold ! ()

Weave-wove-woven . ()
mean-meant-meant, ()
understand,
Understood understood ()
stand-stood-stood? ()
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get-got-gotten ! ()



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after all — despite, nevertheless - I knew it! After all, I was right!
all along — all the time , I knew about his little secret all along.
all ears — eager to listen I am all ears.
all of a sudden — suddenly All of a sudden, he refused to pay.
all the same — no difference , If it’s all the same to you, let’s start at two.
all thumbs — clumsy , He can’t fix anything, he’s all thumbs.
apple of discord — subject of envy or quarrel This question is an apple of discord in our family.
as a rule — usually As a rule, we offer a 5% discount.
as far as I am concerned — in my opinion , As far as I am concerned, both the book and the movie are good.
as for me/as to me — in my opinion As for me, you can rely on his support.
as well — also, too , He knows math, and physics as well.
at all — (not) in the smallest degree () He doesn’t know French at all. I don’t like it at all.
at random — without order , He chose those places at random.
at this point — at this time At this point, we can’t turn back.
be about to — ready (to do) I was about to leave when you called.
be after someone — insist, press , His mother is always after him to study.
be all in — be extremely tired I’m all in, I’d better go to bed now.
be back on one’s feet — healthy again or better financially He’s back on his feet after a long period of debt and unemployment.
beat around the bush — avoid giving a clear/definite answer Stop beating around the bush! Get to the point!
be beside oneself — be very upset, nervous, worried, etc. , . She was beside herself with worry / with grief.
be better off — be in a better situation (financially) () He’ll be better off with a new job.
be broke — have no money at all « » ( ) I spent all my money, I’m broke.
be hard on something /someone— treat roughly - My son is hard on shoes, they don’t last long with him. Life was pretty hard on Tom.
be high on one’s list — be one of the most important things A new car is high on my list of priorities. A new TV is not high on my list.
be in charge of — be responsible for He is in charge of marketing.
be in the red — be in debt Our sales were in the red last year.
be into smth. — be interested in - He is into computers. She is into sports.
bend over backwards — try hard I bent over backwards to help her.
be on one’s way . I’m on my way.
be on the safe side — not to take any chances Take an extra key, just to be on the safe side.
be out of — be without We are out of bread, cheese, and sugar.
be out of shape — be physically unfit He needs to exercise, he is out of shape.
be out of sorts — in bad humor Leave him alone, he’s out of sorts today
be pressed for time / money — be short of; not have enough I’m pressed for time now. We are pressed for money at the moment.
beside the point — off the point , What I said to him privately is beside the point.
be to blame — be responsible for a mistake / something wrong , Who is to blame for this awful mistake? Tom is to blame for this mix-up.
be touch and go — be uncertain of the result ; , He was very sick, and for some time it was touch and go, but he is better now.
be up against — be opposed by, have problems, be in danger -, - Our company is up against serious attempts of hostile takeover.
be up and around/about — able to be out of bed after an illness , He was sick for a month, but now he is up and around.
be up to one’s ears — very busy I’m up to my ears in work.
be up to something — do mischief , I have to check what the kids are up to.
be up to someone — be one’s own decision or responsibility , It’s up to you to decide. It’s up to you to close the office every day at 8 o’clock.
be used to — be accustomed to I’m used to hard work. He’s used to heat.
big shot — important person He is a big shot around here.
bite off more than one can chew— try to do more than one can I couldn’t handle two jobs and family. I really bit off more than I could chew.
bite one’s tongue — stop talking I almost told her, but bit my tongue.
bite the dust — die, be defeated , Many of them bit the dust in that war.
black sheep — a good-for-nothing member of the family Their second son is the black sheep of the family, he is good for nothing.
blind date — a meeting of a man and woman arranged by friends She refuses to go on a blind date again because she had bad experience.
blow it — lose the chance He understood that he blew it.
blow over — pass, end , Wait here till his anger blows over.
bottom line — main result/factor , <


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   (this, these, that, those, such, the same, it)

   (who, whom, what, which, whose)

   (who, whom, what, which, whose, that)

   (no, none, neither, no one, nobody, nothing)

   (some, any, somebody, someone, something, anybody, anyone, anything, one)

   (all, both, either, each, every, everybody, everyone, everything, other, another)  

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To be to have (got)    
The Present Continuous   
to be going to   
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The Present Perfect   
Present Perfect Past Indefinite   
The Present Perfect Continuous   

The Past Indefinite (Simple)
The Past Continuous
The Past Perfect
The Past Perfect Continuous 

 

The Future Indefinite (Simple)  
The Future Continuous  
The Future Perfect  
The Future Perfect Continuous 
The Future in the Past 

   

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    . . 1.4. . 2   1obrtv
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    . 1.5. . 1   1obrtv
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    . 1.6. . 2   1obrtv
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    . . 1.7. A person who... (relative clauses 1)   1obrtv
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    . . 1.8.   1obrtv
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    . . 1.9.   1obrtv
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    . . 1.10. 1   1obrtv
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    . . 2.1. Home - House   1obrtv
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    . . 2.2. Child - Baby - Infant - Toddler - Teenager - Youth - Kid   1obrtv
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    . . 2.3. Ill - Sick - Sore - Weak   1obrtv
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    . . 2.4. Ache - Pain - Hurt   1obrtv
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    . . 2.5. Big - Great - Large   1obrtv
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    . . 2.6. Above - Over - Across   1obrtv
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    . . 2.7. Borrow - Lend   1obrtv
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    . . 2.8. Tall - High - Short - Low   1obrtv
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    . . 2.9. Big - Small - Little   1obrtv
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    . . 3.8. Come - Go   1obrtv
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45:29
    . . 6.1. Past continuous (I was doing)   1obrtv
44:37
    . . 6.2. Will be doing and will have done   1obrtv
44:49
    . . 6.3. Present perfect continuos (I have been doing)   1obrtv
44:37
    . . 6.4. Past perfect (I had done)   1obrtv
43:44
    . . 6.5. Past perfect continuous (I had been doing)   1obrtv
44:33
    . . 6.6. The Passive Voice   1obrtv
44:22
    . . 6.7. Passive (present and past tenses)   1obrtv
44:53
    . . 6.8. Reported speech ( 1)   1obrtv
44:14
    . . 6.9. Reported speech ( 2)   1obrtv
44:34
    . . 6.10. Revision   1obrtv
45:01
    . . 7.1. Pronouns. 1   1obrtv
44:46
    . . 7.2. Pronouns. 2   1obrtv
44:41
    . . 7.3. Prepositions At/on/in (time)   1obrtv
44:36
    . . 7.4. Adjectives. 1   1obrtv
45:07
    . . 7.5. Adjectives. 2   1obrtv
44:35
    . . 7.6. Adjectives. 3   1obrtv
45:08
    . . 7.7. Modal verbs. 1   1obrtv
42:44
    . . 7.8. Modal verbs. 2   1obrtv
42:47
    . . 7.9. Modal verbs. 3   1obrtv
42:35
    . . 7.10. Revision   1obrtv
43:24
    . . 8.1. Infinitive. 1   1obrtv
44:40
    . . 8.2. Infinitive. 2   1obrtv
45:06
    . . 8.3. Infinitive or - ing   1obrtv
44:55
    . . 8.4. To + infinitive after adjectives   1obrtv
44:19
    . . 8.5. Participle. 1   1obrtv
45:15
    . . 8.6. Participle. 2   1obrtv
45:13
    . . 8.7. Prepositions. 1. In/at/on (position)   1obrtv
44:57
    . . 8.8. Prepositions. 2   1obrtv
45:21
   


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    . . 4.9. Present perfect and past ( 1)   1obrtv
45:33
    . . 4.10. Present perfect and past ( 2)   1obrtv
46:32
    . . 5.1. Present perfect continuous (I have been doing)   1obrtv
46:28
    . . 5.2. The present tenses   1obrtv
44:32
    . . 5.3. Talking aboat the present   1obrtv
45:28
    . . 5.4. Talking about the future using will and going to   1obrtv
46:03
    . . 5.5. Talking about the future using present tenses   1obrtv
44:31
    . . 5.6. Auxiliary verbs -be, have, do   1obrtv
46:26
    . . 5.7. Questions   1obrtv
44:29
    . . 5.8. Wh-words   1obrtv
45:32
    . . 5.9. Question tags: forms   1obrtv
46:22
    . . 5.10. Question tags: uses   1obrtv
45:29
    . . 6.1. Past continuous (I was doing)   1obrtv
44:37
    . . 6.2. Will be doing and will have done   1obrtv
44:49
    . . 6.3. Present perfect continuos (I have been doing)   1obrtv
44:37
    . . 6.4. Past perfect (I had done)   1obrtv
43:44
    . . 6.5. Past perfect continuous (I had been doing)   1obrtv
44:33
    . . 6.6. The Passive Voice   1obrtv
44:22
    . . 6.7. Passive (present and past tenses)   1obrtv
44:53
    . . 6.8. Reported speech ( 1)   1obrtv
44:14
    . . 6.9. Reported speech ( 2)   1obrtv
44:34
    . . 6.10. Revision   1obrtv
45:01
    . . 7.1. Pronouns. 1   1obrtv
44:46
    . . 7.2. Pronouns. 2   1obrtv
44:41
    . . 7.3. Prepositions At/on/in (time)   1obrtv
44:36
    . . 7.4. Adjectives. 1   1obrtv
45:07
    . . 7.5. Adjectives. 2   1obrtv
44:35
    . . 7.6. Adjectives. 3   1obrtv
45:08
    . . 7.7. Modal verbs. 1   1obrtv
42:44
    . . 7.8. Modal verbs. 2   1obrtv
42:47
    . . 7.9. Modal verbs. 3   1obrtv
42:35
    . . 7.10. Revision   1obrtv
43:24
    . . 8.1. Infinitive. 1   1obrtv
44:40
    . . 8.2. Infinitive. 2   1obrtv
45:06
    . . 8.3. Infinitive or - ing   1obrtv
44:55
    . . 8.4. To + infinitive after adjectives   1obrtv
44:19
    . . 8.5. Participle. 1   1obrtv
45:15
    . . 8.6. Participle. 2   1obrtv
45:13
    . . 8.7. Prepositions. 1. In/at/on (position)   1obrtv
44:57
    . . 8.8. Prepositions. 2   1obrtv
45:21
   


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    . . 4.9.   1obrtv
45:10
    . . 4.10. 4   1obrtv
45:43
    . . 1.1. ""   1obrtv
46:01
    . . 1.2.   1obrtv
45:28
    . . 1.3.   1obrtv
46:36
    . . 1.4. .   1obrtv
45:25
    . . 1.5.   1obrtv
47:48
    . . 1.6.   1obrtv
45:00
    . . 1.7. ,   1obrtv
47:08
    . . 1.8. .   1obrtv
45:30
    . . 1.9.   1obrtv
45:59
    . . 1.10. 1   1obrtv
47:48
    . . 2.1. (w), , , ,   1obrtv
40:57
    . . 2.2. (v,u), to   1obrtv
46:46
    . . 2.3. (h), ,   1obrtv
45:40
    . . 2.4. (ie; :),   1obrtv
44:46
    . . 2.5. 2   1obrtv
46:54
    . . 2.6. (), ,   1obrtv
46:59
    . . 2.7. (i; ue),   1obrtv
46:58
    . . 2.8. (),   1obrtv
45:58
    . . 2.9. ,   1obrtv
44:34
    . . 2.10. 2   1obrtv
46:02
    . . 3.1.   1obrtv
46:06
    . . 3.2. .   1obrtv
46:33
    . . 3.3. .   1obrtv
45:45
    . . 3.4.   1obrtv
45:24
    . . 3.5.   1obrtv
45:31
    . . 3.6.   1obrtv
45:20
    . . 3.7. .   1obrtv
45:30
    . . 3.8. . (I)   1obrtv
45:00
    . . 3.9. . (II)   1obrtv
45:35
    . . 3.10. 3   1obrtv
45:50
    . . 4.1. Present simple (I do)   1obrtv
46:05
    . . 4.2. Present simple ( 2)   1obrtv
46:22
    . . 4.3. Present continuous (I am doing)   1obrtv
45:40
    . . 4.4. Present continuous and present simple ( 1)   1obrtv
45:53
    . . 4.5. Present continuous and present simple ( 2)   1obrtv
46:40
    . . 4.6. Present perfect ( 1)   1obrtv
46:42
    . . 4.7. Present perfect ( 2)   1obrtv
47:36
    . . 4.8. Past simple (I did)   1obrtv
47:31



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