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To learn the English language well, it is essential to know the Numbers and dates given that these are probably the most common words used during the day. CARDINAL NUMBERS One 1 Two 2 Three 3 Four 4 Five 5 Six 6 Seven 7 Eight 8 Nine 9 Ten 10 Eleven 11 Twelve 12 Thirteen 13 Fourteen 14 Fifteen 15 Sixteen 16 Seventeen 17 Eighteen 18 Nineteen 19 Twenty 20 Twenty-one 21 Twenty-two 22 Twenty-three 23 Twenty-four 24 Twenty-five 25 Twenty-six 26 Twenty-seven 27 Twenty-eight 28 Twenty-nine 29 Thirty 30 Forty 40 Fifty 50 Sixty 60 Seventy 70 Eighty 80 Ninety 90 A (one) hundred 100 A (one) thousand 1.000 Ten thousand 10.000 A (one) hundred thousand 100.000 A (one) million 1.000.000 In English to separate the numbers from the thousands the comma is used, to separate the decimal figures the point is...
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Here is the list of the most famous and hated irregular verbs in the English language with translation in Spanish. You have to study it obtusively in memory, if you do not go through tremendous embarrassment! Base Form Simple Past Tense Past Participle Traducción awake awoke awoken despierto be was, were been ser/estar bear bore born sostener/soportar beat beat beat golpear/batir become became become volverse/llegar a ser begin began begun comenzar bend bent bent doblar beset beset beset acosar bet bet bet apostar bid bid/bade bid/bidden ofrecer (en una asta) bind bound bound fijar/atar bite bit bitten morder bleed bled bled vaciar/sangrar blow blew blown soplar break broke broken romper breed bred bred producir bring brought brought traer broadcast broadcast broadcast transmitir build built built construir burn burned/burnt burned/burnt quemar burst burst burst explotar buy bought bought comprar cast cast cast botar/arrojar catch caught caught agarrar choose chose chosen escoger cling clung clung abrazar come came come venir cost cost cost costar creep crept crept arrastrarse cut cut cut cortar deal dealt dealt dar/distribuir dig dug dug cavar dive dived/dove dived zambullirse do did done hacer draw drew drawn dibujar dream dreamed/dreamt dreamed/dreamt soñar drive drove driven conducir drink drank drunk beber eat ate eaten comer fall fell fallen caer feed fed fed nutrir/alimentar feel felt felt sentir fight fought fought combatir find found found encontrar fit fit fit calzar flee fled fled huir fling flung flung lanzar/tirar fly flew flown volar forbid forbade forbidden prohibir forget forgot forgotten olvidar forego (forgo) forewent foregone preceder forgive forgave forgiven perdonar forsake forsook forsaken renunciar freeze froze frozen congelar get got gotten tomar give gave given dar go went gone ir grind ground ground triturar grow grew grown crecer hang hung hung colgar hear heard heard escuchar hide hid hidden esconder hit hit hit golpear hold held held tener/agarrar hurt hurt hurt herir keep kept kept tener/conservar kneel knelt knelt arrodillarse knit knit knit tejer know knew know saber/conocer lay laid laid tender/poner lead led led dirigir leap leaped/lept leaped/lept saltar learn learned/learnt learned/learnt aprender leave left left dejar lend lent lent prestar let let let dejar lie lay lain mentir light lighted/lit lighted iluminar lose lost lost perder make made made construir mean meant meant significar meet met met encontrar/conocer misspell misspelled/misspelt misspelled/misspelt escribir incorrectamente mistake mistook mistaken confundir mow mowed mowed/mown cortar overcome overcame overcome ganar/dominar overdo overdid overdone pasarse con overtake overtook overtaken adelantar overthrow overthrew overthrown derrocar pay paid paid pagar plead pled pled rogar prove proved proved/proven demostrar put put put poner quit quit quit dejar read read read leer rid rid rid liberarse de ride rode ridden montar ring rang rung sonar rise rose risen subir/aumentar run ran run correr saw sawed sawed/sawn serruchar say said said decir see saw seen ver seek sought sought buscar sell sold sold vender send sent sent enviar set set set ponercolocar sew sewed sewed/sewn coser shake shook shaken agitar shave shaved shaved/shaven rasurar shear shore shorn esquilar shed shed shed derramar shine shone shone dar luz shoe shoed shoed/shod herrar shoot shot shot disparar show showed showed/shown mostrar shrink shrank shrunk reducir shut shut shut cerrar sing sang sung cantar sink sank sunk hundirse sit sat sat sentarse sleep slept slept dormir slay slew slain matar slide slid slid deslizarse sling slung slung tirar/lanzar slit slit slit cortar smite smote smitten golpear sow sowed sowed/sown divertir speak spoke spoken hablar speed sped sped correr spend spent spent gastar spill spilled/spilt spilled/spilt derramarse spin spun spun rodar spit spit/spat spit escupir split split split romper spread spread spread aprir/desplegar spring sprang/sprung sprung saltar/tirarse stand stood stood alzarse steal stole stolen robar stick stuck stuck atacar sting stung stung picar/puntar stink stank stunk apestar stride strod stridden caminar strike struck struck golpear string strung strung atar strive strove striven luchar swear swore sworn jurar sweep swept swept barrer swell swelled swelled/swollen inflar swim swam swum nadar swing swung swung agitar take took taken tomar teach taught taught enseñar tear tore torn arrancar/despegar tell told told contar/decir think thought thought pensar thrive thrived/throve thrived prosperar throw threw thrown lanzar/tirar thrust thrust thrust empujar tread trod trodden caminar understand understood understood entender uphold upheld upheld confermar upset upset upset molestar wake woke woken despertarse/levantarse wear wore worn vestir weave weaved/wove weaved/woven entrelazar wed wed wed casarse weep wept wept llorar wind wound wound envolver win won won ganar withhold withheld withheld retener withstand withstood withstood resistir wring wrung wrung apretar write wrote written escribir   Download the table of irregular verbs in English in...
Estaciones de Trenes en Londres
The lines of the local trains are huge and wide ferrovial that cross and connect London to the interior of the urban area that to the exterior. Many of these lines, being connected with the network motropolitano London, allow moving around the UK by making simple changes in some railway stations prepared for coincidence, easily recognizable because in general...
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The verb to have in English is translated with TO HAVE and when it is used with the meaning of possessing it can be followed by the intensifier GOT. In the interrogative forms, negative and interrogative of the Simple Present GOT is always necessary. Attention: when TO HAVE (GOT) is followed by the preposition TO means DUE. AFFIRMATIVE form: Subject +...
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PERSONAL PRONOUNS They are divided into subject and complement: P.P. SUBJECT are always declared, except in cases in which the coordinated sentences have the same subject or in the case of the imperative EXAMPLES: She loves John and hates me - (She loves John and hates me) Go away! -(Go away!) P.P. COMPLEMENT are used after a verb, as a direct complement, or...
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The GENITIVE SAXON is often used in English to indicate possession, especially when the possessor is: EXAMPLE: person or animal My brother's car is red - ("My brother's car is red") country or city London's squares are large - ("The squares of London are big") adverbs of time Today's match is at 4.00 - ("Today's game is at 4:00") expression...
Monuments in London
To visit all the monuments of London, it surely means a lot of time, not only because of the great city, but also because of the great number of works in the capital. Our advice is to take a little time and organize visits well, here are the places that you can not miss !! Visit the map of London's...
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Passive is used in different cases in English, usually when we are more interested in action and its object rather than the subject (or agent). Observe the following phrases: ACTIVE PASSIVE Mary typed the letter on a Macintosh computer. The letter was typed on a Macintosh computer. In the first example, we are clearly interested in the person who wrote the letter (Mary), as...
University - Why study in London?
The dream of many is that of frequenting a University Master's degree in London. But why in London and not in Spain or in another European city? Sara from Uk Edu Expert explains why more and more young people decide to build the foundations of their own future in London and not anywhere else. Universities with excellent reputation, history and...
Master in London
A master's degree in London is one of the greatest opportunities a student could wish for; here you can find prestigious universities, very modern infrastructures, and not internationally famous professors. As many know the English capital is rich of prestigious institutes each specialized in a precise area, frequenting a course in London can therefore reveal a fantastic way to improve...

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