Christmas pageant
Christmas Pegeant
The website of the Christmas pageant.
missed out
To miss out is not to be involved in something you would have enjoyed.
Example: I missed out on that job I wanted.
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knew
Knew is the past tense of the irregular verb know. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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took her place
To take someone's place is to replace them or do what they had previously done.
Example: When he goes on holidays, we need someone to take his place.
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Took is the past tense of the irregular verb take. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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got
Here got is the past tense of the irregular verb get. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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starts off
begins
filling out
To fill out a form is to write all of the required information in the spaces provided.
Example: I spend a lot of time filling out forms.
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taken
Taken is the past participle of the irregular verb take. Follow the link below to find out more.
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done
Done is the past participle of the irregular verb do. Follow the link below to find out more.
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dressed up
put on a costume or unusual clothes
Example: I'm going to dress up as a policeman.
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