Sun, 18 October 2015
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In this episode: Pronunciation of Irregular Verbs
Email from ROBERTO
Mensaje: Hi friends!!! Could the expression "a trade off between sth and
It sort of means there is a surrender of some benefits for others. Here's another example with 'trade-off" as a noun:
"The side effects of that new medicine are a trade-off to its benefits." - La compensación de los efectos secundarios de esta nueva medicina por los beneficios que produce es evidente.
I'm not sure what "tira y afloja entre algo y algo". I've never heard this expression before, but it could be right.
Hello guys, I just want to say to you two thank you very much for the podcast, it really helps me with pronuciation and lot of things, (a lot of / lots of)
The pronunciation of regular verbs in the past tense (-ed endings) in Epìsode 60 - inglespodcast.com/60 ( http://www.inglespodcast.com/2015/07/19/the-ed-ending-on-past-regular-verbs-airc60-2/ )
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become became become
begin began begun
come came come ("Craig often doesn't know if he's coming or going." - He does know what he's doing.)
forbid forbade forbidden
cut cut cut
do did done
draw drew drawn
drive drove driven
find found found
fly flew flown
sit sat sat
blow blew blown ("To blow your own trumpet." - to boast (jactarse, presumir, tirarse flores)
grow grew grown
know knew known
leave left left
mean meant meant
read read read
see saw seen
shoot shot shot
sleep slept slept
tear tore torn
tell told told
throw threw thrown
understand understood understood
wake woke woken
wear wore worn
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