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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. Ćwiczenia online. Zestawienie trzech form czasowników nieregularnych w języku angielskim. Teraz z nagraniami mp3 – posłuchaj wymowy wszystkich.

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A slumber did my spirit seal. I’ve only just begun. Sue drove to Miami last weekend. The English Club [on-line]. It is said that the Queen will resign. He usually flies business class.

Czasowniki nieregularne (irregular verbs) – Gramatyka angielska –

Ken beat me at chess yesterday. Celem przyimka w czasownikach frazowych jest zmiana znaczenia czasownika [62]:. I can’t bear it. Where daddy put his car?

Angielski – Czasowniki nieregularne

GoneTeddyHi. The river has frozen during the night. Do tej grupy zaliczamy czasowniki to beto have oraz czasowniki modalne. Can you hear me? This child I to myself will take I fell when I was dancing at the party last night.


He flew the package yesterday. She never forgets about friends’ birthday.

A Higher English Grammar autor: Hair grows 1 cm per month. He has seen a ghost. By the end of May I’ll have been working here for 5 years. Czasownik w stronie biernej ulega transformacji.

Czasowniki nieregularne (Irregular Verbs)

In I arrived to the town, where I would spend fifteen years. I did my homework an hour ago. Have you ever eaten frogs?

I have listened [69]. I cut myself when I was cooking. Sue can draw well. Because I felt like it. I always buy bread in this bakery.

Czasowniki nieregularne

I can sing very well. That stereo is a hundred twenty quid. Tom bites his nails.

Mary and I became good friends. Have you heard the latest news? Could you open this window, sir?

I’d say he’s more mad than brave.