came
Came is the past tense of the irregular verb come. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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ve lived
Have lived is the present perfect tense. We use this tense to talk about things in the past which continue to be true. Anna has lived in Australia for a period in the past and continues to live there.
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come out
Something that has come out has developed over time into a final form.
Example: She'll come out OK in the end.
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my work
Alchemist - Anna Pogossova
Alchemist - Anna Pogossova
Wallpaper - Anna Pogossova
Wallpaper - Anna Pogossova
'cause
Notice that the short form of because is spelled with an apostrophe at the beginning - 'cause. Follow the link for more information.
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graduate
Follow the link and listen to the two ways that graduate is pronounced.
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children's
Notice the use of the possessive apostrophe before the s on irregular plurals. Follow the link to find out more.
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grew up
To grow up is to gradually change from being a child to an adult.
Example: Children grow up quickly these days.
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