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Pull into shape after washing.
I've also built up a lot of stress from the change in job and work-place.
2. Draw a boomerang shape on the card with a pen. Cut out the boomerang you've drawn.
'Verb' refers to the predicate verb. Predicate verbs change their form depending on the subject and the time expressed.
In the official question collection it is explained as being "passive voice of the present continuous tense".
It is even becoming accepted even in exam-English that that called "simple future tense" does not exist.
This sort of structure is called a double negative, but in effect it shows affirmation.
In a progressive tense sentence it becomes the -ing form verb, that is the present participle.
I read about how to make tempura in a book.
The Kawagoe festival float has the shape of what's called a hoko float. It has three, or four, wheels attached.
He's the pest that, on last month's class-help day, escaped leaving me with all the work.
Keisuke has always studied in this mansion. That style known as 'home schooling', right?
'That' has only the two cases, nominative and objective, and it does not inflect depending on the case.
"That's the new head of the student council?" "Cool, isn't he?" "Rather, pretty boy?"
An apple is round in shape.
The ideal shape was the teardrop.
The shape of an egg is like the shape of a naught (0).
When I got back, my bag had disappeared without a trace.
Matter changes its form according to temperature.
She told me how to swim.

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