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    Fleur de mort Guest

    Default Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    cast

    I will cast you to play this game.
    She cast play this game yesterday.

    ( What's the different between cast and choose?)

    catch

    Ahmad catchs his sister .
    He caught his sister last week.

    choose

    I have to choose my dress today.
    She chose her dress last month.
    She is chosen to play all games.

    clap

    Everyone have to clap to good students.
    They clapped for their friends yesterday.


    cling

    I'm cling my father before he die.
    I clung my father after he die.

    clothe

    I have to clothe my dress.
    She clothed her dress yesterday.

    cost


    It costs me a lot of money.


    creep

    He creeps in the floor.
    He crept in the floor.


    Correct my mistakes

    Also

    can I find some of difference between the
    meanings for all words which I wrote it?
    Last edited by Fleur de mort; 12-Jul-2007 at 09:15.

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Cast- choose someone for a film, play etc:
    They cast Brad Pitt as the detective.

    More to follow.

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Cast- choose someone for a film, play etc:
    They cast Brad Pitt as the detective.

    More to follow.
    Ok Tdol I understood this point
    thank you
    What about my mistakes?

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    Talking Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    clap[/CENTER]

    [CENTER]Everyone have to clap to good students.

    Everyone has to clap to good student.
    The indefinite pronouns "anyone, everyone, someone, no one, nobody" are always singular and, therefore, require singular verbs.


    cling

    I'm cling my father before he die.
    I clung my father after he die.

    cling is a verb. We can say "i clung to my father" means that i was so attached to him before he dies

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Quote Originally Posted by keltouma_H View Post
    clap[/center]

    Everyone have to clap to good students.

    Everyone has to clap to good student.
    The indefinite pronouns "anyone, everyone, someone, no one, nobody" are always singular and, therefore, require singular verbs.



    [center]
    cling


    I'm cling my father before he die.
    I clung my father after he die.

    cling is a verb. We can say "i clung to my father" means that i was so attached to him before he dies

    merci beaucoup
    Thank you very much
    shukran jazeelan
    it's helpful

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Cast--See TDOL's advice.

    Catch--Ahmad catches his sister. (note spelling)

    Choose--OK

    Clap--Everyone has to clap...

    Cling--I am clinging to my father before he dies. I clung to my father after he died.

    Clothe-- One does not clothe an article of clothing. One clothes a person (or maybe a pet if you are into that). I have to clothe my children warmly in the winter. She clothed her children in rags.

    Cost does not change in the past tense except the third-person singular s is dropped.

    It costs a lot to fill up my gas tank. (present tense) It cost much less last year. (past tense)

    Creep--Your tenses are right, but your prepositions are not idiomatic.
    You can creep into a room, or creep up on someone, but if you crawl on the floor you also creep on the floor.

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    That was hard to making a sentences
    thanks mykwyner
    I try to understand it

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fleur de mort View Post
    That was hard to making a sentences
    thanks mykwyner
    I try to understand it
    You can do it Flower!

    Or you can just copy his sentences for now till you can make a good one yourself.

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    You can do it Flower!

    Or you can just copy his sentences for now till you can make a good one yourself.
    blouen

    Always you are interacting with me
    and you support me always
    thank you really
    never forget that
    your sister
    fleur

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    Default Re: Irregular verb c [ Correct the mistakes]

    Quote Originally Posted by Fleur de mort View Post
    blouen

    Always you are interacting with me
    and you support me always
    thank you really
    never forget that
    your sister
    fleur
    Always!

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