left
Here left is the past tense of the irregular verb leave. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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came
Came is the past tense of the irregular verb come. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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spent
Here spent is the past tense of the irregular verb spend. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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kept
Here kept is the past tense of the irregular verb keep. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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too
You spell too with two 'o's when it means 'beyond what is desirable'. Follow the link for more.
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go (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. He should have used the past tense of go and said 'went to'. Follow the link for more about the irregular verb go.
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look after
To look after someone is to care for them and make sure they are alright.
Example: We need to find someone to look after the children when we go out.
peoples (sic)
When you see (sic) it means that something has been copied exactly even though it is a mistake. He should have said people.
speaks out
To speak out is to express your opinion publicly, especially if it is critical of something.
Example: You should speak out or no-one will know what's going on.
to go
still remaining
Example: There's still an hour to go before work is over.