I performing (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. She should have said 'I am performing' or 'I'm performing'.
saw (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. She should have said 'I can see' or 'I saw'.
back off
withdraw; keep away from; avoid involvement; not interfere
Example: It's usually best to back off from a fight if you're feeling very angry.
overthrew
The word overthrow has the same pattern as the irregular verb throw. Follow the link to find out more.
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spoke
Spoke is the past tense of the irregular verb speak. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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turn up
arrive
Example: He turned up at work two hours late.
For more meanings of the phrasal verb turn up, follow the link.
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heart bleed
If your heart bleeds for someone, you feel pity for them.
Example: My heart bleeds for those people who lost their homes in the fire.
thought
Here thought is the past tense of the irregular verb think. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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lump in my throat
To have a lump in your throat is to feel very emotional and have a tight feeling in your throat.
Example: I had a lump in my throat at the end of that movie.