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Irregular Verbs
Be: /bɪ/ to equal in meaning: has the same connotation as symbolize. to have an objective existence: have reality or actuality : live
 He is an excellent musician
 Our great leader is no more
 The president’s company is John Smith
 I think, therefore I am
 the book is on the table
 I am a bilingual student
Beat: \’bit\ to strike repeatedly. To driveor force by blows.
 She´s beating the table with this shoe
 beat on the door
 beat back his attackers
 beat the pavement looking for work
 The teacher used to beat the students
Become: /bɪkʌm/ to come to be. Enter or assume a certain state or condition
 Career exploration can become a source of motivation for most students
 He became annoyed when he heard the bad news.
 Whatbecomes has duration
 She became sick yesterday
 people who are marginalized become victims of exclusion
 I would like to become a great teacher
Begin: /bɪgɪn/to do the first part of an action
 Who will start the exam?
 She began Russian at an early age
 Begin writing the next chapters of your marriage
 Charlie began to adopt the hardcore culture since the last year
 he began toread the book yesterday
 I can't begin to tell you how pleased I am
Bend: /bend/ to constrain or strain to tension by curving
 I had to bend over to get the file
 He bent the truth about his work
 Bend the shoe to simulate walking
 That pole has been bent by the wind
 I have been bending the metal for twenty minutes.
 I bend my knees again to you

Bet: /bet/ the act of gambling I bet you she will kiss you
 She bet $100 on that new horse
 I'll bet you there's some college around here
 I'll bet he enjoyed it more than if he'd won by 10
 I bet this kind of machine will be everywhere
 I bet she will be there!

Bite: /baɪt/ to cut or pierce with or as if with an edged weapon. To cause irritation or smarting.
 Something has bitten me
 I have bitten mytongue
 What has biting her?
 she had to bite back what she wanted to say
 I'm not that comfortable around dogs. He won't bite you
 Her husband was bitten by a snake
Blow: /bləʊ/to move with speed or force. To clear of contents by forcible passage of a current of air
 the wind was blowing
 Liz is blowing her nose
 My biggest fear is that I'm going to blow it again
 blow on thesoup to cool it down
 The wind blew so strong
Break: /breɪk/ to separate into parts with suddenness or violence
 She always breaks the promises
 My brother broke his watch
 he broke his wrist
 Some glass breaks easily
 He has broken a number of records in his field
 She broke her arm playing in the park
Bring: /brɪŋ/ to convey, lead, carry, or cause to come along with one towardthe place from which the action is being regarded.
 her screams brought the neighbors
 I'll bring your book back tomorrow
 the drug brought immediate relief
 I haven't brought much food today
 She has been bringing her friends along for years
 I’ll bring the Shakespeare’s easy the next Monday

Build: /bɪld/ to form by ordering and uniting materials by gradual means into a compositewhole

 Malaysia's plans to build a knowledge-based on economy
 it may be necessary to build a basement
 They decide to build a small platform
 Brunswick Marine had contracted with the government to build military vessels
 The number of days needed to build the Liberty ships
 Children build knowledge trough their experiences
Burst: \bərst\ to break open, apart, or into pieces usuallyfrom impact or from pressure from within.
 my heart will burst
 The kid burst the balloon
 Don't put too much air into the tire, as it might burst.
 The bubble burst
 I bursted into tears when he told me that he didn’t love me.
Buy: /baɪ/ to acquire possession, ownership, or rights to the use or services of by payment especially of money
 they bought peace with their freedom
 I...
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