became
Became is the past tense of the irregular verb become. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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in leaps and bounds
by a lot very quickly
Example: My understanding of English is improving in leaps and bounds by watching Nexus.
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record
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go about
continue doing something in the usual way
Example: I want to left alone to go about my job.
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catching up with
meeting with people you know
Example: I must catch up with my old school friends
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get to
get the opportunity to
Example: I don't get to have the house to myself very often.
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look back
If you look back on something, you think about something from the past.
Example: I look back on my childhood.
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