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  1. Fleur de mort
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    Irregular verb A

    abide
    arise
    awake
    alight

    Examples :

    She cannot abide tennis.
    she abided school rules
    she is abiding

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    The question will not arise in the case of disciplinary punishment.

    the question is arose in the case of disciplinary punishment.

    the question is arisen in the case of disciplinary punishment.


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    Ahmad alight from the his car.

    Ahmad alit from the car

    Ahmad alighted from car

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    she is awakes when the sun begin to rise.
    she is awokes when the sun begin to rise.
    she is awoken when the sun begin to rise.


    is that true?
    Last edited by Fleur de mort; 05-Jul-2007 at 03:03.

  2. Fleur de mort
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    Re: Irregular verb A

    To up


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    Re: Irregular verb A

    She cannot abide tennis. correct**
    she abided by the school rules
    she is abiding [you will need to say where she is abiding]



    ****************

    The question will not arise in the case of disciplinary punishment. correct

    the question arose in the case of disciplinary punishment.

    the question has arisen in the case of disciplinary punishment.


    ****************



    Ahmad alights from the his car. [I alight, you alight, he/she/it alights]

    Ahmad alit from the car [technically correct, but not much used]

    Ahmad alighted from car correct

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    she is awakes when the sun begin to rise. She is awake OR she awakes
    she is awokes when the sun begin to rise. She awoke
    she is awoken when the sun begin to rise. correct

    ** There are two meanings for abide: your first sentence has the meaning "She dislikes tennis"; the other two sentences have the meanings "to live by [the rules]/in [a place]

  3. Fleur de mort
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    Re: Irregular verb A

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    She cannot abide tennis. correct**

    she abided by the school rules
    she is abiding [you will need to say where she is abiding]




    ****************

    The question will not arise in the case of disciplinary punishment. correct

    the question arose in the case of disciplinary punishment.

    the question has arisen in the case of disciplinary punishment.


    ****************



    Ahmad alights from the his car. [I alight, you alight, he/she/it alights]

    Ahmad alit from the car [technically correct, but not much used]

    Ahmad alighted from car correct

    ****************


    she is awakes when the sun begin to rise. She is awake OR she awakes
    she is awokes when the sun begin to rise. She awoke
    she is awoken when the sun begin to rise. correct



    ** There are two meanings for abide: your first sentence has the meaning "She dislikes tennis"; the other two sentences have the meanings "to live by [the rules]/in [a place]

    Thanks a lot
    it's clear
    thank you very much


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    Re: Irregular verb A

    You are welcome!

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