1-11 CONFUSING VERBS
a) raise, raised,
The supermarket raised its
prices twice last week.
b) rise, rose, risen (intransitive)
Prices rose three times last week.
c) arouse, aroused,
The mans peculiar behaviour aroused
the polices suspicion.
arise, arose, arisen (intransitive)
Their suspicion arose because
of the mans peculiar behaviour.
set, set, set (transitive)
set the chair at the head of the table.
f) sit, sat, sat (intransitive)
My father sat at the head of the table.
ğ) lay, laid, laid (transitive)
We laid the carpet
after wed painted the walls.
h) lie,* lay, lain (intransitive)
I lay on the sofa after
dinner and went to sleep.
1) bind, bound, bound (tie up)
He bound the dog to the fence with a long rope.
J) bound, bounded, bounded (1. border 2. jump)
Luxembourg is bounded
by Belgium, Germany
The dog was bounding across
find, found, found
your pen on top of the fridge.
1) found, founded, founded (establish)
Mao Tse-Tung founded the Peoples
Republic of China.
m) grind, ground, ground (crush into
In the past people ground wheat
into flour using large stones.
o) wind, wound,
wound (twist, turn) He wound
the string into a tight ball.
n) ground, grounded, grounded (compli to stay on the ground)
The authorities grounded the
plane for safety checks.
p) wound, wounded, wounded (injure) The gun shots wounded several people.
q) fall, fell, fallen
She fell as she was getting off the bus.
r) fell, felled, felled (cut down)
They felled the tree
because it was getting too big.
s) see, saw, seen
an accident while driving to work.
t) saw, sawed, sawed/sawn (cut with a saw) He sawed the
wood into equal lengths.
u) hang, hung, hung (suspend something)
They hung a flag
from the window for Republic Day.
hang, banged, hanged (kill someone by hanging)
The leader of the Pakistani
military coup, General Zia ul-Huq, hanged President
Bhutto in 1979.
Lie yalan söylemek anlamındaysa, düzenliGelen Aramalar:
bir fiildir: She fled to us about her
accidental konu anlatımı,confusing verbs nedir,ingilisce b herifinen feller