warm up
To warm up is to prepare to perform
Example: She warmed up by doing vocal exercises.
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go ahead
If something goes ahead, it actually begins to happen.
Example: The roadworks are going ahead as planned.
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gave
Gave is the past tense of the irregular verb give. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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said
Here said is the past tense of the irregular verb say. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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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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Wombles
The Wombles are characters from an English childrens' TV show.
Wombles
Wombles
came
Came is the past tense of the irregular verb come. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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an
We use an instead of 'a' before words that start with a vowel sound. Follow the link to find out more.
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heard
Here heard is the past tense of the irregular verb hear. Follow the link below to find out more and listen to some examples.
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