IrregularVerbs-FirstHalf

IrregularVerbs-FirstHalf - Abide: I abide at Cinnamon Tree...

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Abide: I abide at Cinnamon Tree apartment. Abide Abode/Abided: I abided in my friend’s house last year. Abode/Abided: I have abided at several apartments since I came to Provo. Arise: Smoke arises from the chimney. Arise Arose: The quarrel arose because they both didn’t compromise. Arisen: A new difficulty has arisen. Awake: I usually awake at six. Awake Awoke: I awoke at eight this morning. Awoken: I was awoken last night at 2AM by the fire alarm. Be: You should be in the meeting. Be Was, Were: I was in the meeting at 10AM this morning. Been: I have been to LA twice. Bear: I couldn’t bear his lying.
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Bear Bore: He bore with the mistakes his little brother made. Born: He has borne many difficulties since he started working on the project. Beat: These questions beat me, I don’t know the answers. Beat Beat: We beat you home by five minutes. Beaten: Team A got beaten in the finale. Become: The problems become urgent. Become Became: He became a doctor after he graduated. Become: He has become a doctor. Begin: Those measures do not even begin to address the problem. Begin Began: He began to complain about the weather after several raining days. Begun: I have begun to love the movie after understanding its background.
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Behold: People behold the beautiful night scene of the city. Behold Beheld: He beheld the boat sink. Beheld: I have never beheld such a beautiful scene. Bend: The road bends to the right. Bend Bent: He bent the iron bar as if it had been made of rubber. Bent: These sticks were bent into shape after being softened through steaming. Bet: I bet the green team will win. Bet Bet: He bet it would not rain again the entire week. Bet: Have you ever bet against your own team? Bid: I bid $300 for the oil painting. Bid Bid: He bid me hold my tongue while watching the show.
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Bid: Do as you are bid. Bind: The contract binds me to complete the work within two months. Bind
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