POLSKI BEZOKOLICZNIK PAST TENSE PAST PARTICIPLE być be was / were been bić beat beat beaten stawać się become became become zaczyna. INFINITIVE. PAST TENSE. PAST PARTICIPLE. ZNACZENIE awake [ełejk] awoke [ełołk] awoken [ełołken], awoke [ełołk] obudzić, wzbudzić be [bi] was [łoz], were. czasowniki nieregularne w jezyku angielskim, irregular verbs, spis z tlumaczeniami.
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I did my homework an hour ago. Perhaps we should forbid them. Mary and I became good friends. The balloon will burst.
In autumn leaves fall from the trees. I was a very good student at school. Tom bites his nails. What time do you leave for school?
Czasowniki nieregularne – Części mowy
Could you hold it for a moment? The boy had always learned quickly. I held the wallet tight in my hand. He has draw a tree on the wall.
“to study” – odmiana czasownika – angielski – koniugacja
The river has frozen during the night. We’ll bring some crisps. The girl hid the doll in the garden. Lay your suitcase next to mine. Could you lend me some money? Ken beat me at chess yesterday.
This ring is beautiful, it must have cost a fortune! Do you want to lead the staff meeting this week? Have you ever eaten frogs?
No one knew where Jackie was. My dog has grown and it is quite big now. I broke my arm during football match yesterday. You can hang your coat on the nieregulafne beside the door.
Angielskie czasowniki nieregularne
I’ve only just begun. They haven’t beaten us yet. I left the building an hour ago. I will get you your book next time.
I never meant to hurt you. I fell when I was dancing at the party last night. I niereggularne a flu last weekn. He usually flies business class. He flew the package yesterday. I began to panic. I can’t bear the pain anymore. I drink a coffee every morning. I like to eat pizza. May I keep it?
I can sing very well. Has your dog ever bitten you? I can’t bear it. How much did your car cost? I dream about anglelski. Water freezes into ice. Have you cut your hair recently?