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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "In point of composition," said Mary, "the letter does not seemdefective.<>
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Lady Catherine herself saysthat, in point of true beauty, Miss de Bourgh is far superior to thehandsomest of her sex, because there is that in her features which marksthe young lady of distinguished birth.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) But Elizabeth was not formed for ill-humour; and though every prospectof her own was destroyed for the evening, it could not dwell long on herspirits; and having told all her griefs to Charlotte Lucas, whom she hadnot seen for a week, she was soon able to make a voluntary transitionto the oddities of her cousin, and to point him out to her particularnotice.<>
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Mr. Collins listened to herwith the determined air of following his own inclination, and, when sheceased speaking, replied thus:"My dear Miss Elizabeth, I have the highest opinion in the world inyour excellent judgement in all matters within the scope of yourunderstanding; but permit me to say, that there must be a widedifference between the established forms of ceremony amongst the laity,and those which regulate the clergy; for, give me leave to observe thatI consider the clerical office as equal in point of dignity withthe highest rank in the kingdom--provided that a proper humility ofbehaviour is at the same time maintained.<>
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You must therefore allow me tofollow the dictates of my conscience on this occasion, which leads me toperform what I look on as a point of duty.<>
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He assured her, that as to dancing, he was perfectly indifferent to it;that his chief object was by delicate attentions to recommend himself toher and that he should therefore make a point of remaining close to herthe whole evening.<>
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Two of hergirls had been upon the point of marriage, and after all there wasnothing in it.<>
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Charlotte's first letterswere received with a good deal of eagerness; there could not but becuriosity to know how she would speak of her new home, how she wouldlike Lady Catherine, and how happy she would dare pronounce herself tobe; though, when the letters were read, Elizabeth felt that Charlotteexpressed herself on every point exactly as she might have foreseen.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) After sitting a few minutes, they were all sent to one of the windows toadmire the view, Mr. Collins attending them to point out its beauties,and Lady Catherine kindly informing them that it was much better worthlooking at in the summer.<>
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She was on the point of continuing her walk,when she caught a glimpse of a gentleman within the sort of grove whichedged the park; he was moving that way; and, fearful of its being Mr.Darcy, she was directly retreating.<>
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Afterpausing on this point a considerable while, she once more continued toread.<>
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When myniece Georgiana went to Ramsgate last summer, I made a point of herhaving two men-servants go with her.<>
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Collins youhave been a daily witness of; and altogether I trust it does not appearthat your friend has drawn an unfortunate--but on this point it will beas well to be silent.<>
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He then handed herin, Maria followed, and the door was on the point of being closed,when he suddenly reminded them, with some consternation, that they hadhitherto forgotten to leave any message for the ladies at Rosings.<>
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Thereis one point on which I want your advice.<>
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It was consequently necessary toname some other period for the commencement of actual felicity--to havesome other point on which her wishes and hopes might be fixed, and byagain enjoying the pleasure of anticipation, console herself for thepresent, and prepare for another disappointment.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) Elizabeth's mind was too full for conversation, but she saw and admiredevery remarkable spot and point of view.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "But can you think that Lydia is so lost to everything but love of himas to consent to live with him on any terms other than marriage?""It does seem, and it is most shocking indeed," replied Elizabeth, withtears in her eyes, "that a sister's sense of decency and virtue in sucha point should admit of doubt.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) "If I had been able," said she, "to carry my point in going to Brighton,with all my family, this would not have happened; but poor dear Lydiahad nobody to take care of her.<>
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Theyran through the vestibule into the breakfast-room; from thence to thelibrary; their father was in neither; and they were on the point ofseeking him up stairs with their mother, when they were met by thebutler, who said:"If you are looking for my master, ma'am, he is walking towards thelittle copse.<>
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The marriage of a daughter, which had been the first objectof her wishes since Jane was sixteen, was now on the point ofaccomplishment, and her thoughts and her words ran wholly on thoseattendants of elegant nuptials, fine muslins, new carriages, andservants.<>
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That his anger could be carried to such a point of inconceivableresentment as to refuse his daughter a privilege without which hermarriage would scarcely seem valid, exceeded all she could believepossible.<>
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(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice ) But to live in ignorance on such a point was impossible; or at leastit was impossible not to try for information.<>
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She looked forward to their entrance as the point on which allher chance of pleasure for the evening must depend.<>
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Not a syllable was uttered by either; andElizabeth was on the point of going away again, when Bingley, who aswell as the other had sat down, suddenly rose, and whispering a fewwords to her sister, ran out of the room.<>
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I was told that not only yoursister was on the point of being most advantageously married, but thatyou, that Miss Elizabeth Bennet, would, in all likelihood, be soonafterwards united to my nephew, my own nephew, Mr. Darcy.<>
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My good qualities are under your protection, and you areto exaggerate them as much as possible; and, in return, it belongs to meto find occasions for teasing and quarrelling with you as often as maybe; and I shall begin directly by asking you what made you so unwillingto come to the point at last.<>
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) He was bound toacknowledge that, personally, he entertained the highest regard andesteem for the honourable gentleman; he had merely considered him ahumbug in a Pickwickian point of view.<>
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This coherent speech was interrupted by the entrance of the Rochestercoachman, to announce that 'the Commodore' was on the point of starting.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) We do not find, from a careful perusal of Mr. Pickwick's notes ofthe four towns, Stroud, Rochester, Chatham, and Brompton, that hisimpressions of their appearance differ in any material point from thoseof other travellers who have gone over the same ground.<>
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It has been conjectured that Mr. Pickwick was on the point of deliveringsome remarks which would have enlightened the world, if not the Thames,when he was thus interrupted; for he gazed sternly on the waiter'scountenance, and then looked round on the company generally, as ifseeking for information relative to the new-comers.<>
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Manis but mortal; and there is a point beyond which human courage cannotextend.<>
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There was an open square for the market-place; andin the centre of it, a large inn with a sign-post in front, displayingan object very common in art, but rarely met with in nature--to wit,a blue lion, with three bow legs in the air, balancing himself on theextreme point of the centre claw of his fourth foot.<>
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He had raised his forkto his lips, and was on the very point of opening his mouth for thereception of a piece of beef, when the hum of many voices suddenly arosein the kitchen.<>
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At its conclusion, the little man took a pinch of snuff from anoblong silver box, and was apparently on the point of renewing theconversation, when one of the plump gentlemen, who in addition to abenevolent countenance, possessed a pair of spectacles, and a pair ofblack gaiters, interfered--'The fact of the matter is,' said the benevolent gentleman, 'that myfriend here (pointing to the other plump gentleman) will give you half aguinea, if you'll answer one or two--Now, my dear sir--my dear Sir,' said the little man, 'pray, allowme--my dear Sir, the very first principle to be observed in these cases,is this: if you place the matter in the hands of a professional man,you must in no way interfere in the progress of the business; you mustrepose implicit confidence in him.<>
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Weare confirmed in this belief by a little circumstance, apparently slightand trivial in itself, but when considered in this point of view, notundeserving of notice.<>
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A crowdof idlers were assembled in the road, looking at a hoarse man in thebalcony, who was apparently talking himself very red in the face inMr. Slumkey's behalf; but the force and point of whose arguments weresomewhat impaired by the perpetual beating of four large drums which Mr.Fizkin's committee had stationed at the street corner.<>
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Here the dirty-faced man fell into ecstasies of mirthat his own retort, in which he was joined by a man of bland voice andplacid countenance, who always made it a point to agree with everybody.<>
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"'Tom Smart was just on the point of protesting that he hadn't tasted adrop since his last birthday, but when his eye encountered that of theold gentleman he looked so knowing that Tom blushed, and was silent.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) '"Which press did you point to?--you can tell me that," said Tom.<>
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What does our dastardly contemporary mean? What would theruffian say, if we, setting at naught, like him, the decencies ofsocial intercourse, were to raise the curtain which happily conceals Hisprivate life from general ridicule, not to say from general execration?What, if we were even to point out, and comment on, facts andcircumstances, which are publicly notorious, and beheld by every onebut our mole-eyed contemporary--what if we were to print the followingeffusion, which we received while we were writing the commencement ofthis article, from a talented fellow-townsman and correspondent? '"LINES TO A BRASS POT '"Oh Pott! if you'd known How false she'd have grown, When you heard the marriage bells tinkle; You'd have done then, I vow, What you cannot help now, And handed her over to W"What,' said Mr. Pott solemnly--'what rhymes to "tinkle," villain?What rhymes to tinkle?' said Mrs.<>
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He was on the point of congratulating Mr. Wardle on hisinvariable success, when that gentleman advanced towards him, andgrasped him warmly by the hand.<>
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Am I not right aboutthem?' And the old man rubbed his hands, and leered as if in delightat having found another point of view in which to place his favouritesubject.<>
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Passage after passagedid he explore; room after room did he peep into; at length, as he wason the point of giving up the search in despair, he opened the door ofthe identical room in which he had spent the evening, and beheld hismissing property on the table.<>
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The dispute ran high, and the dilemmalasted long; and just as the executive were on the point of overcomingMr. Pickwick's objection to walking to the magistrate's, by the triteexpedient of carrying him thither, it was recollected that there stoodin the inn yard, an old sedan-chair, which, having been originally builtfor a gouty gentleman with funded property, would hold Mr. Pickwick andMr. Tupman, at least as conveniently as a modern post-chaise.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I will come to the point at once, sir,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'it affectsyourself and your credit materially.<>
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The old lady submitted to this piece of practical politeness with allthe dignity which befitted so important and serious a solemnity, butthe younger ladies, not being so thoroughly imbued with a superstitiousveneration for the custom, or imagining that the value of a salute isvery much enhanced if it cost a little trouble to obtain it, screamedand struggled, and ran into corners, and threatened and remonstrated,and did everything but leave the room, until some of the lessadventurous gentlemen were on the point of desisting, when they all atonce found it useless to resist any longer, and submitted to be kissedwith a good grace.<>
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"'Here, the goblin gave a loud, shrill laugh, which the echoes returnedtwentyfold; and throwing his legs up in the air, stood upon his head, orrather upon the very point of his sugar-loaf hat, on the narrow edge ofthe tombstone, whence he threw a Somerset with extraordinary agility,right to the sexton's feet, at which he planted himself in the attitudein which tailors generally sit upon the shop-board.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) It was the most intensely interesting thing, to observe the manner inwhich Mr. Pickwick performed his share in the ceremony; to watch thetorture of anxiety with which he viewed the person behind, gaining uponhim at the imminent hazard of tripping him up; to see him graduallyexpend the painful force he had put on at first, and turn slowly roundon the slide, with his face towards the point from which he had started;to contemplate the playful smile which mantled on his face when he hadaccomplished the distance, and the eagerness with which he turned roundwhen he had done so, and ran after his predecessor, his black gaiterstripping pleasantly through the snow, and his eyes beaming cheerfulnessand gladness through his spectacles.<>
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The prim man arrived at this point just as the glasses came back, whenMr. Bob Sawyer, who had been absorbed in attention during the wholetime, said he should very much like to hear the end of it, for, so faras it went, it was, without exception, the very best story he had everheard.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) At this point the remainder of the guests interposed, and remonstratedwith both parties on the impropriety of their conduct; on which Mr.Noddy begged to state that his father was quite as respectable as Mr.Gunter's father; to which Mr. Gunter replied that his father was to thefull as respectable as Mr. Noddy's father, and that his father's son wasas good a man as Mr. Noddy, any day in the week.<>
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Mr. Pickwick was on the point of inquiring, with great abhorrence of theman's cold-blooded villainy, how Mr. Serjeant Buzfuz, who was counselfor the opposite party, dared to presume to tell Mr. Serjeant Snubbin,who was counsel for him, that it was a fine morning, when he wasinterrupted by a general rising of the barristers, and a loud cry of'Silence!' from the officers of the court.<>
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King Lud flew into a frightful rage, tossed his crown up tothe ceiling, and caught it again--for in those days kings kept theircrowns on their heads, and not in the Tower--stamped the ground, rappedhis forehead, wondered why his own flesh and blood rebelled against him,and, finally, calling in his guards, ordered the prince away to instantConfinement in a lofty turret; a course of treatment which the kings ofold very generally pursued towards their sons, when their matrimonialinclinations did not happen to point to the same quarter as their own.<>
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At this point the conversation was interrupted by the arrival of agentleman in orange-coloured plush, accompanied by another selectionin purple cloth, with a great extent of stocking.<>
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Bending his steps towardsthe Royal Hotel, he found a coach on the point of starting for Bristol,and, thinking Bristol as good a place for his purpose as any other hecould go to, he mounted the box, and reached his place of destinationin such time as the pair of horses, who went the whole stage and backagain, twice a day or more, could be reasonably supposed to arrivethere.<>
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The young man gave a gentle kick at one of the lowerpanels of the door, after he had given utterance to this hint, as if toadd force and point to the remark.<>
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But as none among these young ladies was Miss Arabella Allen,the information left Sam at exactly the old point of wisdom at which hehad stood before.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Wy, that's just the wery point as nobody never know'd,' replied Sam.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Now, although the warder's room was a very uncomfortable one (being,in every point of decoration and convenience, several hundred degreesinferior to the common infirmary of a county jail), it had at presentthe merit of being wholly deserted save by Mr. Pickwick himself.<>
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Mr. Pickwick then once againdropped off to sleep, with a confused consciousness that Mr. Smanglewas still engaged in relating a long story, the chief point of whichappeared to be that, on some occasion particularly stated and set forth,he had 'done' a bill and a gentleman at the same time.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) The conversation exhibiting these unequivocal symptoms of verging on thepersonal, Mr. Pickwick deemed it a fit point at which to interpose.<>
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It is better forthose young men, in every point of view, that they should not remainhere.<>
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Theonly point on which he persevered in demanding an explanation, was, thename of Sam's detaining creditor; but this Mr. Weller as perseveringlywithheld.<>
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At this point of the conversation, a sound, indecorously approachingto a laugh, was heard to proceed from the chair in which the elder Mr.Weller was seated; upon which Mrs.<>
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Weller remarking, and concluding that theybore some disparaging reference either to herself or to Mr. Stiggins,or to both, was on the point of becoming infinitely worse, when Mr.Stiggins, getting on his legs as well as he could, proceeded todeliver an edifying discourse for the benefit of the company, but moreespecially of Mr. Samuel, whom he adjured in moving terms to be upon hisguard in that sink of iniquity into which he was cast; to abstainfrom all hypocrisy and pride of heart; and to take in all things exactpattern and copy by him (Stiggins), in which case he might calculate onarriving, sooner or later at the comfortable conclusion, that, likehim, he was a most estimable and blameless character, and that allhis acquaintances and friends were hopelessly abandoned and profligatewretches.<>
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At this point of his discourse,the reverend and red-nosed gentleman became singularly incoherent, andstaggering to and fro in the excitement of his eloquence, was fain tocatch at the back of a chair to preserve his perpendicular.<>
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Raddle and the cab-driver were having an altercation concerningthe fare, which, terminating at this point in favour of the cabman, Mrs.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Taking advantage of these symptoms of indecision, Mr. Perker (to whom,it appeared, the young couple had driven straight that morning) urgedwith legal point and shrewdness that Mr. Winkle, senior, was stillunacquainted with the important rise in life's flight of steps whichhis son had taken; that the future expectations of the said son dependedentirely upon the said Winkle, senior, continuing to regard him withundiminished feelings of affection and attachment, which it was veryunlikely he would, if this great event were long kept a secret from him;that Mr. Pickwick, repairing to Bristol to seek Mr. Allen, might, withequal reason, repair to Birmingham to seek Mr. Winkle, senior; lastly,that Mr. Winkle, senior, had good right and title to consider Mr.Pickwick as in some degree the guardian and adviser of his son, andthat it consequently behoved that gentleman, and was indeed due tohis personal character, to acquaint the aforesaid Winkle, senior,personally, and by word of mouth, with the whole circumstances of thecase, and with the share he had taken in the transaction.<>
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As regards my youngfriend, I must beg to add, that in every point of worldly advantage heis, at least, on an equal footing with yourself, if not on a much betterone, and that unless I hear this question discussed with becoming temperand moderation, I decline hearing any more said upon the subject.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'I have always considered it a great point in my uncle's character,gentlemen, that he was the intimate friend and companion of Tom Smart,of the great house of Bilson and Slum, Cateaton Street, City.<>
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Myuncle had no weapon about him, but with great dexterity he snatched theill-looking gentleman's three-cornered hat from his head, and, receivingthe point of his sword right through the crown, squeezed the sidestogether, and held it tight.<>
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It's the whole point of the thing, youknow--that, and leaving the business to take care of itself, as it seemsto have made up its mind not to take care of me.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) Mr. Pickwick was on the point of replying to the question, and recitingMr. Benjamin Allen's name and honourable distinctions at full length,when the sprightly Mr. Bob Sawyer, with a view of rousing his friend toa sense of his situation, inflicted a startling pinch upon the fleshlypart of his arm, which caused him to jump up with a shriek.<>
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At this point of the reconciliation, Mr. Ben Allen allowed his feelingsand the cigars and porter to overcome him, and looked round upon thebeholders with damp spectacles.<>
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He took a piece of cheese from the plate, and was onthe point of turning round to renew the conversation, when the fat boy,stooping so as to bring his head on a level with that of Mr. Pickwick,pointed with his thumb over his shoulder, and made the most horrible andhideous face that was ever seen out of a Christmas pantomime.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'She is right on one point at all events,' said the old gentlemancheerfully.<>
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This important point being despatched, Mr. Pell refreshedhimself with three chops, and liquids both malt and spirituous, at theexpense of the estate; and then they all went away to Doctors' Commons.<>
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Supposing I were desirous of establishing them comfortably asman and wife in some little business or situation, where they might hopeto obtain a decent living, what should you think of it, Mr. Weller?'At first, Mr. Weller received with wry faces a proposition involving themarriage of anybody in whom he took an interest; but, as Mr. Pickwickargued the point with him, and laid great stress on the fact that Marywas not a widow, he gradually became more tractable.<>
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( Dickens The Pickwick papers ) 'Without an endeavour, even, to ascertain, by some indirect appeal, whatwere the old man's sentiments on a point in which he would naturallyfeel much interested?' said the stranger.<>
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Now, even when Michael was a master criminal, he made it a pointof honour, even a point of vanity, to succeed without any killing.<>
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They are really thedevil; isn't that swagger of stoicism the whole point of the Byroniccult of Satan? I heard all this; but for the life of me I couldn't hearof anything tangible she had to complain of.<>
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Poor Vaudrey diedup in the hamlet, somehow; after all, I don't think he committedsuicide; but the trouble is who would, or could, have killed him up inthat potty little place?"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) He began to draw rough designs with the point of his stumpy umbrella onthe strip of sand.<>
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Yet he continued to gaze,for some reason, until he reached the point of feeling that theappearance of anybody would be an agreeable contrast It was thereforewith a certain relief, though with a slight start as of awakening, thathe turned at the sound of his name and saw another face that he knew.<>
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But itseems obvious you have a right to an answer on that point before youlend the young gentleman your firm's money.<>
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Thatwas just the point of it--that it wasn't social.<>
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But as he was being hauledup the green, slimy bank, he stopped with bent head, peering at aparticular point upon the grassy slope.<>
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He saluted the priest, and spokewith the same air of coming fearlessly to the point which had marked hisrevelations of yesterday.<>
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As for mesmerism, I doubt whetheryou can stretch it to----"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown ) At this point Lady Mounteagle seemed to catch sight of somebody shewanted; a black stumpy figure standing at a booth where children werethrowing hoops at hideous table ornaments.<>
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The point about private property wouldn't occur primarily to him at all.<>
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And the last point is, that James Mair instantly disappearedto foreign parts; fled, in fact, to the ends of the earth.<>
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aap
= applications access point , american academy of pediatrics , american academy of psychoanalysis , aap ,
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aapdi
= anisotropic atom point dipole , aapdi ,
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accidental point
= punto di fuga ,
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accumulation point
= punto di accumulazione ,
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anchorage point
= punto di ancoraggio ,
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arguable point of view
= punto di vista sostenibile , punto di vista discutibile ,
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argue one's point
= sostenere il proprio punto di vista ,
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argued one's point
= sostenuto il proprio punto di vista ,
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argues one's point
= sostiene il proprio punto di vista ,
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arguing one's point
= sostenendo il proprio punto di vista ,
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assembly point
= punto di riunione ,
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at bayonet point
= in punta di baionetta ,
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at the point of death
= in punto di morte ,
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at the point of the sword
= con la spada puntata contro , sotto la minaccia di gravi violente , con la spada alla gola ,
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ate to point of satiety
= mangiato a sazietà ,
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basing point
= punto base , punto di riferimento ,
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basing point pricing
= prezzo per punto base ,
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basing point pricings
= prezzi per punto base ,
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basing point rate
= tariffa di punto base ,
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basing point rates
= tariffe di punto base ,
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basing point system
= sistema del punto base ,
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basis point
= punto base ,
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beside the point
= incongruo , non pertinente , lontano dal vero , estraneo ,
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boiling point
= punto di ebollizione , stato d'eccitazione ,
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breaking point
= limite di rottura , punto di rottura , limite di sopportazione ,
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bull point
= punto di vantaggio ,
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came straight to the point
= venuto subito al punto, venuto subito al dunque, entrato subito in argomento ,
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came to a point
= terminato a punta ,
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came to the point
= venuto al dunque, venuto al sodo ,
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cardinal point
= punto cardinale ,
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carried one's point
= fatto prevalere il proprio punto di vista, spuntatola ,
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carries one's point
= fa prevalere il proprio punto di vista, la spunta ,
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carry one's point
= far prevalere il proprio punto di vista, spuntarla ,
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carrying one's point
= facendo prevalere il proprio punto di vista, spuntandola ,
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case in point
= esempio calzante ,
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cases in point
= esempi calzanti ,
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cede the point
= concedere il punto di discussione, ammettere il punto di discussione ,
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ceded the point
= concesso il punto di discussione, ammesso il punto di discussione ,
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cedes the point
= concede il punto di discussione, ammette il punto di discussione ,
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ceding the point
= concedendo il punto di discussione, ammettendo il punto di discussione ,
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come straight to the point
= venire subito al punto, venire subito al dunque, entrare subito in argomento ,
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come to a point
= terminare a punta ,
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come to the point
= venire al dunque, venire al sodo ,
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comes straight to the point
= viene subito al punto, viene subito al dunque, entra subito in argomento ,
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comes to a point
= termina a punta ,
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comes to the point
= viene al dunque, viene al sodo ,
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coming straight to the point
= venendo subito al punto, venendo subito al dunque, entrando subito in argomento ,
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coming to a point
= terminando a punta ,
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coming to the point
= venendo al dunque, venendo al sodo ,
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cpc
= constant point calculation, cpc ,
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crucial point
= punto cruciale ,
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datum point
= punto di riferimento ,
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dead point
= punto morto ,
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decimal point
= puntino che separa l'intero dalla parte decimale, punto di numero decimale ,
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detached point of view
= punto di vista obiettivo ,
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dew point
= punto di rugiada, punto di condensazione ,
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diamond point
= punta di diamante ,
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different point of view
= punto di vista differente ,
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distributor point
= puntina dello spinterogeno, contatto dello spinterogeno ,
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do not point to the speck in your brother's eye when there is a beam in your own
= non vedere la trave nel proprio occhio ,
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don't get away from the point
= stai al punto! non divagare! ,
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eat to point of satiety
= mangiare a sazietà ,
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eaten to point of satiety
= mangiato a sazietà ,
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eating to point of satiety
= mangiando a sazietà ,
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eats to point of satiety
= mangia a sazietà ,
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focal point
= punto focale ,
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fpc
= floating point calculation, fpc ,
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fpp
= fixed path protocol, floating point processor, fpp ,
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fpu
= floating point unit, fpu ,
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get to the point
= venire al dunque, venire al sodo,
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gets to the point
= viene al dunque, viene al sodo,
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getting to the point
= venendo al dunque, venendo al sodo,
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got to the point
= venuto al dunque, venuto al sodo,
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in point of fact
= effettivamente, in realtà, invero, in verità, in effetti,
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lens point of focus
= punto di messa a fuoco ,
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lens principal point
= fuoco principale della lente ,
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mflops
= million floating point operations per second, mflops,
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nodal point
= punto nodale,
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nodal point of head
= punto nodale della testata ,
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nodal point of lens
= punto nodale dell'obiettivo ,
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on point duty
= di servizio al traffico ,
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on the point of
= sul punto di, per,
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pco
= point of control and observation, pco,
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poc
= point of contact, poc,
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pop
= esplodere, impegnare, colpire, scoppio, gazzosa, pegno, di botto, point of presence, pop, babbo,
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pos
= point of sale, positive, programmable object select, pos,
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pov
= punto di vista, point of view, soggettiva ,
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principal point of focus
= punto focale principale, fuoco principale,
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reverse point of view
= controcampo soggettivo ,
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sap
= linfa , energia , indebolire , scavo , galleria , sgobbare , sgobbone , second audio program , service access point , service advertising protocol , sap ,
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short and to the point
= conciso e pertinente ,
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ssap
= source service access point , ssap ,
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sscp
= systems service control point , sscp ,
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stp
= stp , secure transfer protocol , signal transfer point , synchronized transaction processing ,
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to the point of absurdity
= ai limiti dell'assurdità ,
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vaccine point
= punta di vaccinazione , vaccinostilo ,
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Coniugazione:1 - additare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io addito
tu additi
egli addita
noi additiamo
voi additate
essi additano
Imperfetto
io additavo
tu additavi
egli additava
noi additavamo
voi additavate
essi additavano
Passato remoto
io additai
tu additasti
egli additò
noi additammo
voi additaste
essi additarono
Passato prossimo
io ho additato
tu hai additato
egli ha additato
noi abbiamo additato
voi avete additato
essi hanno additato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo additato
tu avevi additato
egli aveva additato
noi avevamo additato
voi avevate additato
essi avevano additato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi additato
tu avesti additato
egli ebbe additato
noi avemmo additato
voi eveste additato
essi ebbero additato
Futuro semplice
io additerò
tu additerai
egli additerà
noi additeremo
voi additerete
essi additeranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò additato
tu avrai additato
egli avrà additato
noi avremo additato
voi avrete additato
essi avranno additato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io additi
che tu additi
che egli additi
che noi additiamo
che voi additiate
che essi additino
Passato
che io abbia additato
che tu abbia additato
che egli abbia additato
che noi abbiamo additato
che voi abbiate additato
che essi abbiano additato
Imperfetto
che io additassi
che tu additassi
che egli additasse
che noi additassimo
che voi additaste
che essi additassero
Trapassato
che io avessi additato
che tu avessi additato
che egli avesse additato
che noi avessimo additato
che voi aveste additato
che essi avessero additato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io additerei
tu additeresti
egli additerebbe
noi additeremmo
voi additereste
essi additerebbero
Passato
io avrei additato
tu avresti additato
egli avrebbe additato
noi avremmo additato
voi avreste additato
essi avrebbero additato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
addita
additi
additiamo
additate
additino
Futuro
-
additerai
additerà
additeremo
additerete
additeranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
additare
Passato
avere additato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
additante
Passato
additato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
additando
Passato
avendo additato
INDICATIVO - passivo
Presente
io sono additato
tu sei additato
egli é additato
noi siamo additati
voi siete additati
essi sono additati
Imperfetto
io ero additato
tu eri additato
egli era additato
noi eravamo additati
voi eravate additati
essi erano additati
Passato remoto
io fui additato
tu fosti additato
egli fu additato
noi fummo additati
voi foste additati
essi furono additati
Passato prossimo
io sono stato additato
tu sei stato additato
egli é stato additato
noi siamo stati additati
voi siete stati additati
essi sono stati additati
Trapassato prossimo
io ero stato additato
tu eri stato additato
egli era stato additato
noi eravamo stati additati
voi eravate stati additati
essi erano statiadditati
Trapassato remoto
io fui stato additato
tu fosti stato additato
egli fu stato additato
noi fummo stati additati
voi foste stati additati
essi furono stati additati
Futuro semplice
io sarò additato
tu sarai additato
egli sarà additato
noi saremo additati
voi sarete additati
essi saranno additati
Futuro anteriore
io sarò stato additato
tu sarai stato additato
egli sarà stato additato
noi saremo stati additati
voi sarete stati additati
essi saranno stati additati
CONGIUNTIVO - passivo
Presente
che io sia additato
che tu sia additato
che egli sia additato
che noi siamo additati
che voi siate additati
che essi siano additati
Passato
che io sia stato additato
che tu sia stato additato
che egli sia stato additato
che noi siamo stati additati
che voi siate stati additati
che essi siano stati additati
Imperfetto
che io fossi additato
che tu fossi additato
che egli fosse additato
che noi fossimo additati
che voi foste additati
che essi fossero additati
Trapassato
che io fossi stato additato
che tu fossi stato additato
che egli fosse stato additato
che noi fossimo stati additati
che voi foste stati additati
che essi fossero stati additati
CONDIZIONALE - passivo
Presente
io sarei additato
tu saresti additato
egli sarebbe additato
noi saremmo additati
voi sareste additati
essi sarebbero additati
Passato
io sarei stato additato
tu saresti stato additato
egli sarebbe stato additato
noi saremmo stati additati
voi sareste stati additati
essi sarebbero stati additati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - passivo
Presente
-
sii additato
sia additato
siamo additati
siate additati
siano additati
Futuro
-
sarai additato
sarà additato
saremo additati
sarete additati
saranno additati
INFINITO - passivo
Presente
essere additato
Passato
essere stato additato
PARTICIPIO - passivo
Presente
-
Passato
additato
 
 
GERUNDIO - passivo
Presente
essendo additato
Passato
essendo stato additato
Verb: to point-pointed-pointed
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I point
you point
he/she/it points
we point
you point
they point
Simple past
I pointed
you pointed
he/she/it pointed
we pointed
you pointed
they pointed
Simple past
I pointed
you pointed
he/she/it pointed
we pointed
you pointed
they pointed
Present perfect
I have pointed
you have pointed
he/she/it has pointed
we have pointed
you have pointed
they have pointed
Past perfect
I had pointed
you had pointed
he/she/it had pointed
we had pointed
you had pointed
they had pointed
Past perfect
I had pointed
you had pointed
he/she/it had pointed
we had pointed
you had pointed
they had pointed
Simple future
I will point
you will point
he/she/it will point
we will point
you will point
they will point
Future perfect
I will have pointed
you will have pointed
he/she/it will have pointed
we will have pointed
you will have pointed
they will have pointed
Present continuous
I am pointing
you are pointing
he/she/it is pointing
we are pointing
you are pointing
they are pointing
Past simple continuous
I was pointing
you were pointing
he/she/it was pointing
we were pointing
you were pointing
they were pointing
Future continuous
I will be pointing
you will be pointing
he/she/it will be pointing
we will be pointing
you will be pointing
they will be pointing
Future perfect continuous
I will have been pointing
you will have been pointing
he/she/it will have been pointing
we will have been pointing
you will have been pointing
they will have been pointing
Present perfect continuous
I have been pointing
you have been pointing
he/she/it has been pointing
we have been pointing
you have been pointing
they have been pointing
Past perfect continuous
I had been pointing
you had been pointing
he/she/it had been pointing
we had been pointing
you had been pointing
they had been pointing
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I point
That you point
That he/she/it point
That we point
That you point
That they point
Present perfect
That I have pointed
That you have pointed
That he/she/it have pointed
That we have pointed
That you have pointed
That they have pointed
Simple past
That I pointed
That you pointed
That he/she/it pointed
That we pointed
That you pointed
That they pointed
Past perfect
That I had pointed
That you had pointed
That he/she/it had pointed
That we had pointed
That you had pointed
That they had pointed
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would point
you would point
we would point
we would point
you would point
they would point
Past
I would have pointed
you would have pointed
he/she/it would have pointed
we would have pointed
you would have pointed
they would have pointed
Present continous
I would be pointing
you would be pointing
we would be pointing
we would be pointing
you would be pointing
they would be pointing
Past continous
I would have been pointing
you would have been pointing
he/she/it would have been pointing
we would have been pointing
you would have been pointing
they would have been pointing
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me point
point
let him point
let us point
point
let them point
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to point
Past
to have pointed
Present continous
to be pointing
Perfect continous
to have been pointing
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
pointing
Past
pointed
Perfect
having pointed
Affermative - GERUND
Present
pointing
Past
having pointed
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not point
you do not point
he/she/it does not points
we do not point
you do not point
they do not point
Simple past
I did not point
you did not point
he/she/it did not point
we did not point
you did not point
they did not point
Simple past
I did not point
you did not point
he/she/it did not point
we did not point
you did not point
they did not point
Present perfect
I have not pointed
you have not pointed
he/she/it has not pointed
we have not pointed
you have not pointed
they have not pointed
Past perfect
I had not pointed
you had not pointed
he/she/it had not pointed
we had not pointed
you had not pointed
they had not pointed
Past perfect
I had not pointed
you had not pointed
he/she/it had not pointed
we had not pointed
you had not pointed
they had not pointed
Simple future
I will not point
you will not point
he/she/it will not point
we will not point
you will not point
they will not point
Future perfect
I will not have pointed
you will not have pointed
he/she/it will not have pointed
we will not have pointed
you will not have pointed
they will not have pointed
Present continuous
I am not pointing
you are not pointing
he/she/it is not pointing
we are not pointing
you are not pointing
they are not pointing
Past simple continuous
I was not pointing
you were not pointing
he/she/it was not pointing
we were not pointing
you were not pointing
they were not pointing
Future continuous
I will not be pointing
you will not be pointing
he/she/it will not be pointing
we will not be pointing
you will not be pointing
they will not be pointing
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been pointing
you will not have been pointing
he/she/it will not have been pointing
we will not have been pointing
you will not have been pointing
they will not have been pointing
Present perfect continuous
I have not been pointing
you have not been pointing
he/she/it has not been pointing
we have not been pointing
you have not been pointing
they have not been pointing
Past perfect continuous
I had not been pointing
you had not been pointing
he/she/it had not been pointing
we had not been pointing
you had not been pointing
they had not been pointing
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not point
That you do not point
That he/she/it does not point
That we do not point
That you do not point
That they do not point
Present perfect
That I have not pointed
That you have not pointed
That he/she/it have not pointed
That we have not pointed
That you have not pointed
That they have not pointed
Simple past
That I did not point
That you did not point
That he/she/it did not point
That we did not point
That you did not point
That they did not point
Past perfect
That I had not pointed
That you had not pointed
That he/she/it had not pointed
That we had not pointed
That you had not pointed
That they had not pointed
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not point
you would not point
we would not point
we would not point
you would not point
they would not point
Past
I would not have pointed
you would not have pointed
he/she/it would not have pointed
we would not have pointed
you would not have pointed
they would not have pointed
Present continous
I would not be pointing
you would not be pointing
we would not be pointing
we would not be pointing
you would not be pointing
they would not be pointing
Past continous
I would not have been pointing
you would not have been pointing
he/she/it would not have been pointing
we would not have been pointing
you would not have been pointing
they would not have been pointing
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me point
do not point
do not let him point
do not let us point
do not point
do not let them point
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to point
Past
not to have pointed
Present continous
not to be pointing
Perfect continous
not to have been pointing
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not pointing
Past
not pointed
Perfect
not having pointed
Negative - GERUND
Present
not pointing
Past
not having pointed
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I point ?
do you point ?
does she/he/it points ?
do we point ?
do you point ?
do they point ?
Simple past
did I point ?
did you point ?
did she/he/it point ?
did we point ?
did you point ?
did they point ?
Simple past
did I point ?
did you point ?
did she/he/it point ?
did we point ?
did you point ?
did they point ?
Present perfect
have I pointed ?
have you pointed ?
has she/he/it pointed ?
have we pointed ?
have you pointed ?
have they pointed ?
Past perfect
had I pointed ?
had you pointed ?
had she/he/it pointed ?
had we pointed ?
had you pointed ?
had they pointed ?
Past perfect
had I pointed ?
had you pointed ?
had she/he/it pointed ?
had we pointed ?
had you pointed ?
had they pointed ?
Simple future
will I point ?
will you point ?
will she/he/it point ?
will we point ?
will you point ?
will they point ?
Future perfect
will I have pointed ?
will you have pointed ?
will she/he/it have pointed ?
will we have pointed ?
will you have pointed ?
will they have pointed ?
Present continuous
am I pointing ?
are you pointing ?
is she/he/it pointing ?
are we pointing ?
are you pointing ?
are they pointing ?
Past simple continuous
was I pointing ?
were you pointing ?
was she/he/it pointing ?
were we pointing ?
were you pointing ?
were they pointing ?
Future continuous
will I be pointing ?
will you be pointing ?
will she/he/it be pointing ?
will we be pointing ?
will you be pointing ?
will they be pointing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been pointing ?
will you have been pointing ?
will she/he/it have been pointing ?
will we have been pointing ?
will you have been pointing ?
will they have been pointing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been pointing ?
have you been pointing ?
has she/he/it been pointing ?
have we been pointing ?
have you been pointing ?
have they been pointing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been pointing ?
had you been pointing ?
had she/he/it been pointing ?
had we been pointing ?
had you been pointing ?
had they been pointing ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I point ?
That do you point ?
That does she/he/it point ?
That do we point ?
That do you point ?
That do they point ?
Present perfect
That have I pointed ?
That have you pointed ?
That have she/he/it pointed ?
That have we pointed ?
That have you pointed ?
That have they pointed ?
Simple past
That did I point ?
That did you point ?
That did she/he/it point ?
That did we point ?
That did you point ?
That did they point ?
Past perfect
That had I pointed ?
That had you pointed ?
That had she/he/it pointed ?
That had we pointed ?
That had you pointed ?
That had they pointed ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I point ?
would you point ?
would she/he/it point ?
would we point ?
would you point ?
would they point ?
Past
would I have pointed?
would you have pointed?
would she/he/it have pointed?
would we have pointed?
would you have pointed?
would they have pointed?
Present continous
would I be pointing ?
would you be pointing ?
would she/he/it be pointing ?
would we be pointing ?
would you be pointing ?
would they be pointing ?
Past continous
would I have been pointing?
would you have been pointing?
would she/he/it have been pointing?
would we have been pointing?
would you have been pointing?
would they have been pointing?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not point ?
do you not point ?
does she/he/it not points ?
do we not point ?
do you not point ?
do they not point ?
Simple past
did I not point ?
did you not point ?
did she/he/it not point ?
did we not point ?
did you not point ?
did they not point ?
Simple past
did I not point ?
did you not point ?
did she/he/it not point ?
did we not point ?
did you not point ?
did they not point ?
Present perfect
have I not pointed ?
have you not pointed ?
has she/he/it not pointed ?
have we not pointed ?
have you not pointed ?
have they not pointed ?
Past perfect
had I not pointed ?
had you not pointed ?
had she/he/it not pointed ?
had we not pointed ?
had you not pointed ?
had they not pointed ?
Past perfect
had I not pointed ?
had you not pointed ?
had she/he/it not pointed ?
had we not pointed ?
had you not pointed ?
had they not pointed ?
Simple future
will I not point ?
will you not point ?
will she/he/it not point ?
will we not point ?
will you not point ?
will they not point ?
Future perfect
will I not have pointed ?
will you not have pointed ?
will she/he/it not have pointed ?
will we not have pointed ?
will you not have pointed ?
will they not have pointed ?
Present continuous
am I not pointing ?
are you not pointing ?
is she/he/it not pointing ?
are we not pointing ?
are you not pointing ?
are they not pointing ?
Past simple continuous
was I not pointing ?
were you not pointing ?
was she/he/it not pointing ?
were we not pointing ?
were you not pointing ?
were they not pointing ?
Future continuous
will I not be pointing ?
will you not be pointing ?
will she/he/it not be pointing ?
will we not be pointing ?
will you not be pointing ?
will they not be pointing ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been pointing ?
will you not have been pointing ?
will she/he/it not have been pointing ?
will we not have been pointing ?
will you not have been pointing ?
will they not have been pointing ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been pointing ?
have you not been pointing ?
has she/he/it not been pointing ?
have we not been pointing ?
have you not been pointing ?
have they not been pointing ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been pointing ?
had you not been pointing ?
had she/he/it not been pointing ?
had we not been pointing ?
had you not been pointing ?
had they not been pointing ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not point ?
That do you not point ?
That does she/he/it not point ?
That do we not point ?
That do you not point ?
That do they not point ?
Present perfect
That have I not pointed ?
That have you not pointed ?
That have she/he/it not pointed ?
That have we not pointed ?
That have you not pointed ?
That have they not pointed ?
Simple past
That did I not point ?
That did you not point ?
That did she/he/it not point ?
That did we not point ?
That did you not point ?
That did they not point ?
Past perfect
That had I not pointed ?
That had you not pointed ?
That had she/he/it not pointed ?
That had we not pointed ?
That had you not pointed ?
That had they not pointed ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not point ?
would you not point ?
would she/he/it not point ?
would we not point ?
would you not point ?
would they not point ?
Past
would I not have pointed?
would you not have pointed?
would she/he/it not have pointed?
would we not have pointed?
would you not have pointed?
would they not have pointed?
Present continous
would I not be pointing ?
would you not be pointing ?
would she/he/it not be pointing ?
would we not be pointing ?
would you not be pointing ?
would they not be pointing ?
Past continous
would I not have been pointing?
would you not have been pointing?
would she/he/it not have been pointing?
would we not have been pointing?
would you not have been pointing?
would they not have been pointing?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present