Whether we use go or come all has to do with perspective and position. We use go to describe movement away from the place or position where the speaker or hearer is and we use come for movements that end where the speaker or the listener is located. Обратите внимание на фразу «идти куда-то с
Worry — give no peace of mind. If you worry, you keep thinking about problems that you have or about unpleasant things that might happen. мучить(ся), терзать(ся), беспокоить(ся) Excite — 1) to make sb feel very pleased, interested or enthusiastic, especially about sth that is going to happen. волновать 2) to make sb nervous or
Remember — if you remember people or events from the past, you still have an idea of them in your mind and you are able to think about them. (помнить, вспоминать) Remind — if someone reminds you of a fact or event that you already know about, they say something which makes you think about
bring — to come towards the speaker, writer, etc carrying sth or accompaying somebody fetch — to go and get something or someone and bring them back take — to move or go with someone or something from one place to another (opposite of bring) Note: In American English get is used instead of fetch.
Suit 1) Сlothes, colours etc that suit you make you look attractive. 2) If something suits you, it is convenient for you or is the best thing for you in the circumstances. Fit -If something fits, it is the right size and shape to go onto a person’s body or onto a particular object. Use
The main forms of these verbs are often misused. Practice them to make sure you don’t make mistakes in using them. 1. Beat — beat — beaten бить, ударять 2. Bite — bit — bitten кусать(ся) 3. Feel — felt — felt чувствовать, ощущать 4. Fall — fell — fallen падать 5. Find — found
Learn — learned or learnt — 1) to gain knowledge of a subject or skill, by experience, by studying it, or by being taught (to learn a language / a musical instrument / a skill ) учиться, приобретать практические навыки, знать, как сделать что-то 2) ) to become aware of sth by hearing about it
A loan is a sum of money that you borrow. It’s a noun. Though in AmE it is used as a verb alongside with to lend. Here we’ll speak about it as a noun only. borrow / lend These two words are often confused. You borrow something from someone else, while they lend it to