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"Ring" means "to make a continuous loud high sound". Example: I left alone in the office and all our phones rang at the same time. Want to learn English? Choose your topic here: learzing.com #irregularverbs #englishverbs #verbs #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #dictionary #efl #esl #tesl #tefl #toefl #ielts #toeic #easyenglish #funenglish #ring #highsound

"Ring" means "to make a continuous loud high sound". Example: I left alone in the office and all our phones rang at the same time. Want to learn English? Choose your topic here: learzing.com #irregularverbs #englishverbs #verbs #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #dictionary #efl #esl #tesl #tefl #toefl #ielts #toeic #easyenglish #funenglish #ring #highsound

Estudiar inglés en Irlanda & Collins-Embedded image permalink

Estudiar inglés en Irlanda & Collins-Embedded image permalink

Summer Sketches on Behance

Summer Sketches on Behance

Hi guys! Our phrasal verb of the day is “Kid around”, which means “to have fun by acting in a silly way”.  Do you like to kid around sometimes?

Hi guys! Our phrasal verb of the day is “Kid around”, which means “to have fun by acting in a silly way”. Do you like to kid around sometimes?

Hi guys! Our phrasal verb of the day is “Kid around”, which means “to have fun by acting in a silly way”.  Do you like to kid around sometimes?

Hi guys! Our phrasal verb of the day is “Kid around”, which means “to have fun by acting in a silly way”. Do you like to kid around sometimes?

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kawasaki ninja 300 green

I drew this once before and I'd like to try to improve my skill

I drew this once before and I'd like to try to improve my skill

Hello!  Our irregular verb of the day is “Spread”, which means “to cover or exist across a large area, or to put a soft substance over a surface”. The irregular verb “Spread” is unchanged in the past tense and as a past participle. “Spreaded” appears occasionally in informal contexts, but it is not a standard form, and most dictionaries don’t recognize it.

Hello! Our irregular verb of the day is “Spread”, which means “to cover or exist across a large area, or to put a soft substance over a surface”. The irregular verb “Spread” is unchanged in the past tense and as a past participle. “Spreaded” appears occasionally in informal contexts, but it is not a standard form, and most dictionaries don’t recognize it.

Hey there!  Our phrasal verb of the day is “Knock down”, which means “to hit someone with a vehicle”. Be careful on the road, guys!

Hey there! Our phrasal verb of the day is “Knock down”, which means “to hit someone with a vehicle”. Be careful on the road, guys!