live
There is another use for and way to pronounce the word spelled this way - follow the link and find out.
more information: live
There's (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. She should have said 'there are lots of sports' because 'lots of sports' is a plural subject. Follow the link to find out more.
more information: is or are?
got into
To get into something is to become interested and involved with it.
Example: I got into computers when I was about ten years old.
For more meanings of the phrasal verb get into, follow the link to our language library.
more information: get into
AIS
Australian Institute of Sport
done (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. She should have said 'Hollie has done a good job'. The present perfect tense is what she should use here because what she says about Hollie is true and remains true, but this tense always uses has or have with a past participle like 'done'. Follow the link for more. And she should have used 'a' before 'good job'
Example: Hollie has done a good job.
more information: present perfect tense (have completed)
a medals (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. She should have said 'a medal' or just 'medals' because you can't use 'a' with plurals. Follow the link for more.
more information: using the and a
went
Went is the past tense of the irregular verb go. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
more information: go