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Vocabolario e frasi
Oh, il cielo era splendido e non c'era davvero pericolo che si rovesciasse uno di quegli acquazzoni improvvisi, cosí frequenti in montagna, a interromper la gita; né c'era alcuna probabilità di liberarsi prima di sera, con quel bravo signor Bortolo Raspi di Sarli, che pesava a dir poco un quintale e mezzo e a piedi era voluto venire, a piedi anche lui, vantandosi d'essere un gran camminatore, lui, e già cominciava a soffiare come un biacco e a far eco alla Generalessa, che s'era portato intanto il seggio a libriccino e dichiarava d'aver bisogno di sostare di tratto in tratto, lei, per non affaticarsi troppo il cuore.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Vide a ogni menomo attrezzo destinata ampia sala; e lì affaticarsi la pena, la pena senz’amore ne’ punitori, senza rimorso ne’ puniti, miseri ed infami operai che sudando taciti e bisbigliando sdraiati, meditano il passato misfatto o il misfatto avvenire. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Ella sperava che sarebbe rimasto a letto fino alle nove o alle dieci e contava partire al tocco, andar a dormire a Magadino per non affaticarlo troppo. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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affaticato
= participio passato di affaticare
= stanco
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defatigare
= verbo trans . stancare - affaticare - logorare
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dilombarsi
= verbo rifl . affaticare i muscoli lombari - slombarsi
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fondamento
= gettare le fondamenta di una costruzione muraria - fondare qualcosa sulla sabbia , fare opera non duratura , affaticarsi invano dar vita a un nuovo centro abitato
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scalmanarsi
= verbo riflessivo affaticarsi molto nel fare qualcosa , correndo e sudando - darsi un gran da fare per raggiungere un fine , scomporsi , agitarsi nel parlare .
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sdirenare
= verbo transitivo rompere le reni , sfiancare - sdirenarsi
= verbo riflessivo affaticarsi eccessivamente , sfiancarsi .
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sfaticare
= verbo intransitivo lavorare duramente , affaticarsi molto ,
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sgolarsi
= verbo riflessivo affaticare la gola gridando , parlando a voce alta o cantando per un tempo prolungato ,
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slombare
= verbo transitivo sfiancare , affaticare - slombarsi
= verbo riflessivo sfiancarsi , stancarsi .
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sovraffaticare
= verbo transitivo affaticare , stancare eccessivamente - sovraffaticarsi
= verbo riflessivo stancarsi , affaticarsi oltre misura .
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spolmonarsi
= verbo riflessivo parlare o gridare tanto da affaticare i polmoni ,
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strafelarsi
= verbo riflessivo affaticarsi , affannarsi .
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
* "But I hope you will get over it, and live to see many young men of four
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she fancied herself nervous. The business of her life was to get her
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to get a rich husband, or any husband, I dare say I should adopt it. But
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their father and mother. When they get to our age, I dare say they will
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"They are wanted in the farm much oftener than I can get them.
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a violent cold, and that they must endeavour to get the better of it;
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least not to Elizabeth's wishes, for she was impatient to get home. Mrs.
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at the request of Mr. Bennet, who was most anxious to get rid of him,
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She shook her head. "I do not get on at all. I hear such different
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consideration making her also sensible that it would be wisest to get it
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you will never get a husband at all--and I am sure I do not know who is
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is the more anxious to get Miss Darcy for her brother, from the notion
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little time, therefore--I shall certainly try to get the better.
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* I am always glad to get a young person well placed out. Four nieces
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prevailed upon to get out.
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acceptable as when she could get nobody else; and she was, in fact,
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delightfully. How does Georgiana get on, Darcy?"
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might possibly get a settled family there. But, perhaps, Mr. Bingley did
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because if it were to get round to the lady's family, it would be an
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him the kind of young man to get into a scrape of that sort, and from
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pull it to pieces as soon as I get home, and see if I can make it up any
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was anxious for his sister and herself to get acquainted, and forwarded
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present relief? A glass of wine; shall I get you one? You are very ill.
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lost. As soon as I get to town I shall go to my brother, and make
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could most wish for. And now do, when you get to town, find them out,
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I can get no rest by night nor by day. And tell my dear Lydia not to
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send for my clothes when I get to Longbourn; but I wish you would tell
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* Away ran the girls, too eager to get in to have time for speech. They
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"Take whatever you like, and get away.
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balls, and I will take care to get good partners for them all.
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behind you; and I dare say I shall get husbands for them before the
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they get together, there is no end of it. Well, I was so frightened I
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town. But it was two or three days before he could get from her what he
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of compassion and honour, he had been able to get the better of himself.
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to get rid of him; and unwilling, for her sister's sake, to provoke him,
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Bingley's behaviour to Jane, to be convinced that she would get him at
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* The same anxiety to get them by themselves was visible again in the
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happy! I am sure I shan't get a wink of sleep all night. I knew how it
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up stairs to get ready, Mrs. Bennet followed her, saying:
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her chair, get up, sit down again, wonder, and bless herself.
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Charlotte, really rejoicing in the match, was anxious to get away till
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of Providence--all the short men get long coats--all the long men short
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Tupman managed to get into bed by a series of complicated evolutions,
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theatre. I promised to comply, as soon as I could get away; and after
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watch your opportunity well, get gradually before it, then make a rapid
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Mr. Winkle tried to get nearer him, the more he sidled away; and,
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prolonged for a considerable time. 'What am I to do? I can't get on
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wicket--friend the colonel--Sir Thomas Blazo--who should get the
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words of the sentence. 'Put the horse in the gig! I'll get a chaise at
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* 'Let me get at him, Pickwick,' cried Wardle, as he rushed at the
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your friend Tupman!' (Here Mr. Tupman sank into a chair.) 'Let me get at
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advantage of the moonlight to get the start of us, and we shall lose it.
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TUPPY--won't you get up behind?--drive on, boys.'
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we stand talking here, they'll get their licence, and be married in
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don't care for horse-radish ven ve can get beef.'
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man, with a look towards Mr. Wardle; 'and we can get the lady away,
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mad--for though we madmen are sharp-witted enough, we get bewildered
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confusion in which they get involved--I remember how I let it out at
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too--sent her little boy to the Borough, to get him out of the way--how
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'You can get a character of course?' said Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'I'll get into the clothes this minute, if they're here,' said Sam, with
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* 'Well, then, draw that little table into this window, and let me get out
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to get into the good graces of the buxom widow, Tom Smart at last
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thought it was high time to get something to eat, had not said that it
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the lodgers. Consequence is, that being thoroughly waked, they get up
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can get a talk with this here servant in the mornin', he'll tell me all
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* 'Then this garden,' resumed Mr. Pickwick. 'How am I to get into it?'
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* 'Westgate House, Sir. You turn a little to the right when you get to the
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just get the shot out of the barrel by the time they rise.'
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'Ah,' said the old gentleman, smiling, 'you'll get used to it in time.
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no family myself, sir; and this here boy's mother will get something
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* 'I'll tell you what I shall do, to get up my shooting again,' said Mr.
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imprisonment against this Captain Boldwig, directly I get to London,'
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'ud say, if he knew it. I should get the sack, I s'pose--eh?'
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here in time." "I can't get it, by God!" said Ramsey, striking the desk
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Fogg; "get out, sir; get out of this office, Sir, and come back, Sir,
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I know his employers will see it paid; so we may as well get all we can
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in seeing him; I shall not be able to get one wink of sleep to-night, I
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'Now, will you get up?' said Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Pickwick. I cannot consent to get up, in this state of uncertainty. I am
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he would, he couldn't get it off. The disclosure must be made. There
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I was up at the office to get my vay-bill and see the coach loaded; for
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Weller to get away. He therefore resumed his brisk pace, and advanced,
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he managed to get involved, in something under three minutes, in such
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climates which enchant Europeans so much, that when they once get there,
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door. It was an awkward corner. You couldn't get at it without shutting
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went out of the room to get the receipt. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'But the plaintiff must get it,' resumed Mrs. Cluppins. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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that I vish you MAY get it.'
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* 'Amen to that,' replied Sam, 'and a fat and happy liven' they'd get out
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you've managed to get over your mother-in-law, is a mystery to me. I
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and Mr. Weller disappear for five minutes, most probably to get the hot
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confidence in their ability to get up again; and they remain where they
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WILL get down when they know there isn't time for it; Mr. Pickwick
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by the males at Wardle's recommendation, to get rid of the effects of
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could get this here watch out, for I'm blessed if I ever can, it's such
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you don't get too fat.'
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right. I shall soon get in the way of it, Sam. Not too fast, Sam; not
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prodigies of valour were performed to get him out. After a vast quantity
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don't think many counsel could get a great deal out of HIM.'
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'Nonsense,' said Sam. 'I ain't a-goin' to get married, don't you fret
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consolatory reflection that a fatal disposition to get married ran in
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to get him off. Ve got Tom Vildspark off that 'ere manslaughter, with
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boy, are a-goin' to-night to get up the monthly meetin' o' the
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good, contented, well-breakfasted juryman is a capital thing to get hold
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that they think so too--as of course they do; and then they get on very
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did get anything important out of him, will immediately appear. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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his spirits; 'I thought we should get at something at last.'
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* 'I went up to pay the rent; but we did get a-talkin' about the trial,'
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* 'Oh, you did get a-talking about the trial,' said Serjeant Buzfuz,
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composure. 'It's perfectly useless, my Lord, attempting to get at any
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* 'You imagine you'll get your costs, don't you, gentlemen?' said Mr.
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you ever get from me, if I spend the rest of my existence in a debtor's
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dream, which he cannot get up for the life of him, they returned to the
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company get it; and it is a most edifying and satisfactory sight to
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ill-treatment, he might have sought to take her life, and so get rid of
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The short man was quite willing to get the job over, as soon as
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thought it as well to say nothing, in case he should get the worst of
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suit o' brimstone, all I can say of him, is, that I hope he'll get jist
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out, you mouldy old villain, get out!' With this adjuration, which was
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for once permitting his passion to get the better of his veracity. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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we've been a-speakin' on, 'ull get as much extra lead in his head as'll
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gentleman of his years and weight, contrived to get upon Sam's back; and
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and get the interview over, ran out into the lane to keep watch, with
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violent hurry to get into a place that most other men are as eager to
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party made a violent rush to get in; and, as in addition to the numerous
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to get in at the pit door of a theatre when Gracious Majesty honours it
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a shilling you must get change I haven't got it.'
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attendant than Sam. As soon as I get settled, I will write and let you
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"Tventy," he says, "I'll trust you; you Won't get your old friend into
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last he began to get so precious jolly, that he used to forget how the
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to presume to get up till I come and kick him,' rejoined Mr. Mivins;
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'I shall get up,' said Mr. Pickwick; 'give me some clean things.'
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You're a man of talent; you can get anybody through the Insolvent Court,
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themselves, and consequently couldn't get up a case against the will,
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his hat round, so as to get the maker's name right side upwards, as he
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so as to get the police reports outwards; and this being a vexatious and
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to get up by.'
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seen how tight he held on by the sides wen he did get up, as if he wos
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* 'If I don't get no better light than that 'ere moonshine o' yourn, my
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counterfeited, Mr. Weller, and it is a more painful process to get them
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'She'll never get better as long as you're here.'
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* 'Isaac,' said Jackson, as Mrs. Bardell prepared to get in, looking up at
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'I'm very sorry they can't get them,' replied Mrs. Bardell. 'But if you
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law gentlemen do these things on speculation, why you must get a loss
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* 'There,' said Lowten, 'it's too late now. You can't get in to-night;
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consideration, and the proof we can get together about the whole conduct
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in order that he might get home at a decent hour. But, thinking it might
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"you're booked for one inside. You'd better get in."
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* '"Now, are you going to get in?" said the person who had addressed my
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little arm-chest. "ARE you going to get in, Jack Martin?" said the
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the other passengers. Let them get in first."
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looked round for an instant as she prepared to get into the coach, and
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'"Must I get down?" inquired my uncle. The lady made no answer, but she
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clean and comfortable. Wery good little dinner, sir, they can get ready
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* 'Good,' said the stranger. 'Coachman, I get down here. Guard, my
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his master get out of hearing. 'Wot a sweet-lookin' creetur you are,
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* 'Why, that,' replied the pretty housemaid. 'Lor, do get along with you.'
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to get at me, Sammy.'
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and get a bottle of soda. Don't I look rather queer about the eyes, Mr.
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bill-discounter for, on your account--to get him out of the Fleet, you
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says, as a convict would get in New South Wales, if he appeared at his
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husband's father's consent, and so you had gone down to get it when
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is, that you both walk away together, or ride away, or get away by some
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'If I couldn't get into it easier than that, I'm blessed if I'd vear vun
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you'll find that as you get vider, you'll get viser. Vidth and visdom,
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of his body, to get the bottom button of his coat to perform its office.
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grand thing when you can get it; in its real sense one of the grandest
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get outside the man. I try to get inside the murderer. . . . Indeed it's
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often tend to get into a rut: or, in other words, have the disadvantages
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* "An interviewer might very well get over the wall," he said, "for I
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that, it's because he thinks he can get a conviction, anyhow, and wants
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reason for wanting to get Orm hanged."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "I'll get her to give an eye to them," answered the secretary. "To tell
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"Suspecting Smith, I wanted to get him out of the way and go through his
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* "Always satisfactory to get a case really rounded off." said Carver.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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grow on bushes. He would have found it hard to get such things anywhere
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"It all depends on who's trying to get in. There was an ancient Hindu
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enclosure to hold the prisoner fast. 'You won't get out of there
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the philosophical. It illustrates how the wise man can get behind time
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for him to get outside before I had fully woken up and got out on to the
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* "We are beginning to get a little alarmed," said old Randall. "She
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* "In that case," said Mandeville, "we can only get on with rehearsing the
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business. You had better get on with that."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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of course, it isn't often she can get her lord and master to look at
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dress rehearsal it might have been more difficult to get through a trap
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"Don't let the lady come down here. Can't you get rid of her? Ask her to
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take on another! Shall we ever get to the bottom of this bottomless
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could get the Oriental into the improbable neighbourhood of a pig-sty;
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fairer than that, could he? But he's so anxious to get the thing settled
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* "He would have told you plainly that the Captain would never get a
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go into the middle of Asia to get one."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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to confront this one. He didn't often come; he didn't get on with
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great public funeral. He longed to get away. He stayed away for ten
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the world, and these vampires get hold of him and suck him dry. I bet
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facts that would refute him? Wouldn't you get on the track of the truth
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slipped along the coast till he came to a port and managed to get out of
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* "It's about all the Christian charity you'll ever get out of these
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can get nearer to it. Begin by thinking of being a greedy child; of how
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allow the situation to get worse
= lasciar peggiorare la situazione ,
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allowed the situation to get worse
= lasciato peggiorare la situazione ,
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allowing the situation to get worse
= lasciando peggiorare la situazione ,
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allows the situation to get worse
= lascia peggiorare la situazione ,
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come and get it
= è pronto! a tavola! venite a tavola! ,
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crying isn't going to get you anyplace
= piangere non ti porterà a niente ,
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crying isn't going to get you anywhere
= piangere non ti porterà a niente ,
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did you get my letter
= hai ricevuto la mia lettera? ,
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did you get the drift of the conversation
= hai colto il senso del discorso? ,
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did you get the look on his face
= hai notato che aspetto aveva? ,
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did you get through the exam
= hai superato l'esame? ,
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don't cross your bridges before you get to them
= non bisogna fasciarsi la testa prima d'essersela rotta ,
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don't get away from the point
= stai al punto! non divagare! ,
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don't get funny with me
= non fare il furbo con me! ,
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don't get into a panic
= non farti prendere dal panico ,
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don't get into trouble
= non metterti nei guai! ,
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don't get me wrong
= non fraintendermi! ,
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don't get mixed up in shady dealings
= non immischiarti in affari loschi ,
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don't get mixed up with shady dealings
= non immischiarti in affari loschi ,
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don't try to get round the law
= non cercare di eludere la legge ,
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i am afraid drinking will get
= temo che il vizio del bere avrà il sopravvento su,
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i am afraid drinking will get him
= temo che il vizio del bere avrà il sopravvento su di lui,
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i'd do anything to get that job
= farei qualsiasi cosa per avere quel lavoro,
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i'd give anything to get that job
= farei qualsiasi cosa per avere quel lavoro,
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it takes ages to get it right
= ci vuole una vita per farlo bene,
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it takes an age to get it right
= ci vuole una vita per farlo bene,
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let's get back to the basics
= torniamo ai punti fondamentali,
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let's get down to bedrock
= veniamo al sodo,
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let's sit down and get cool
= sediamoci a prendere il fresco,
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mget
= multiple get , mget,
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not to get anywhere
= non approdare a nulla,
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thrilled as all get out
= eccitato da matti ,
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Coniugazione:1 - affaticare
Ausiliare:avere transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io affatico
tu affatichi
egli affatica
noi affatichiamo
voi affaticate
essi affaticano
Imperfetto
io affaticavo
tu affaticavi
egli affaticava
noi affaticavamo
voi affaticavate
essi affaticavano
Passato remoto
io affaticai
tu affaticasti
egli affaticò
noi affaticammo
voi affaticaste
essi affaticarono
Passato prossimo
io ho affaticato
tu hai affaticato
egli ha affaticato
noi abbiamo affaticato
voi avete affaticato
essi hanno affaticato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo affaticato
tu avevi affaticato
egli aveva affaticato
noi avevamo affaticato
voi avevate affaticato
essi avevano affaticato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi affaticato
tu avesti affaticato
egli ebbe affaticato
noi avemmo affaticato
voi eveste affaticato
essi ebbero affaticato
Futuro semplice
io affaticherò
tu affaticherai
egli affaticherà
noi affaticheremo
voi affaticherete
essi affaticheranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò affaticato
tu avrai affaticato
egli avrà affaticato
noi avremo affaticato
voi avrete affaticato
essi avranno affaticato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io affatichi
che tu affatichi
che egli affatichi
che noi affatichiamo
che voi affatichiate
che essi affatichino
Passato
che io abbia affaticato
che tu abbia affaticato
che egli abbia affaticato
che noi abbiamo affaticato
che voi abbiate affaticato
che essi abbiano affaticato
Imperfetto
che io affaticassi
che tu affaticassi
che egli affaticasse
che noi affaticassimo
che voi affaticaste
che essi affaticassero
Trapassato
che io avessi affaticato
che tu avessi affaticato
che egli avesse affaticato
che noi avessimo affaticato
che voi aveste affaticato
che essi avessero affaticato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io affaticherei
tu affaticheresti
egli affaticherebbe
noi affaticheremmo
voi affatichereste
essi affaticherebbero
Passato
io avrei affaticato
tu avresti affaticato
egli avrebbe affaticato
noi avremmo affaticato
voi avreste affaticato
essi avrebbero affaticato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
affatica
affatichi
affatichiamo
affaticate
affatichino
Futuro
-
affaticherai
affaticherà
affaticheremo
affaticherete
affaticheranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
affaticar
Passato
essersi affaticato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
affaticante
Passato
affaticato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
affaticando
Passato
avendo affaticato
Verb: to get-got-got
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I get tired
you get tired
he/she/it gets tired
we get tired
you get tired
they get tired
Simple past
I got tired
you got tired
he/she/it got tired
we got tired
you got tired
they got tired
Simple past
I got tired
you got tired
he/she/it got tired
we got tired
you got tired
they got tired
Present perfect
I have got tired
you have got tired
he/she/it has got tired
we have got tired
you have got tired
they have got tired
Past perfect
I had got tired
you had got tired
he/she/it had got tired
we had got tired
you had got tired
they had got tired
Past perfect
I had got tired
you had got tired
he/she/it had got tired
we had got tired
you had got tired
they had got tired
Simple future
I will get tired
you will get tired
he/she/it will get tired
we will get tired
you will get tired
they will get tired
Future perfect
I will have got tired
you will have got tired
he/she/it will have got tired
we will have got tired
you will have got tired
they will have got tired
Present continuous
I am getting tired
you are getting tired
he/she/it is getting tired
we are getting tired
you are getting tired
they are getting tired
Past simple continuous
I was getting tired
you were getting tired
he/she/it was getting tired
we were getting tired
you were getting tired
they were getting tired
Future continuous
I will be getting tired
you will be getting tired
he/she/it will be getting tired
we will be getting tired
you will be getting tired
they will be getting tired
Future perfect continuous
I will have been getting tired
you will have been getting tired
he/she/it will have been getting tired
we will have been getting tired
you will have been getting tired
they will have been getting tired
Present perfect continuous
I have been getting tired
you have been getting tired
he/she/it has been getting tired
we have been getting tired
you have been getting tired
they have been getting tired
Past perfect continuous
I had been getting tired
you had been getting tired
he/she/it had been getting tired
we had been getting tired
you had been getting tired
they had been getting tired
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I get tired
That you get tired
That he/she/it get tired
That we get tired
That you get tired
That they get tired
Present perfect
That I have got tired
That you have got tired
That he/she/it have got tired
That we have got tired
That you have got tired
That they have got tired
Simple past
That I got tired
That you got tired
That he/she/it got tired
That we got tired
That you got tired
That they got tired
Past perfect
That I had got tired
That you had got tired
That he/she/it had got tired
That we had got tired
That you had got tired
That they had got tired
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would get tired
you would get tired
we would get tired
we would get tired
you would get tired
they would get tired
Past
I would have got
you would have got
he/she/it would have got
we would have got
you would have got
they would have got
Present continous
I would be getting tired
you would be getting tired
we would be getting tired
we would be getting tired
you would be getting tired
they would be getting tired
Past continous
I would have been getting
you would have been getting
he/she/it would have been getting
we would have been getting
you would have been getting
they would have been getting
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me get tired
get tired
let him get tired
let us get tired
get tired
let them get tired
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to get
Past
to have got
Present continous
to be getting
Perfect continous
to have been getting
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
getting
Past
got
Perfect
having got
Affermative - GERUND
Present
getting
Past
having got
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not get tired
you do not get tired
he/she/it does not gets tired
we do not get tired
you do not get tired
they do not get tired
Simple past
I did not get tired
you did not get tired
he/she/it did not get tired
we did not get tired
you did not get tired
they did not get tired
Simple past
I did not get tired
you did not get tired
he/she/it did not get tired
we did not get tired
you did not get tired
they did not get tired
Present perfect
I have not got tired
you have not got tired
he/she/it has not got tired
we have not got tired
you have not got tired
they have not got tired
Past perfect
I had not got tired
you had not got tired
he/she/it had not got tired
we had not got tired
you had not got tired
they had not got tired
Past perfect
I had not got tired
you had not got tired
he/she/it had not got tired
we had not got tired
you had not got tired
they had not got tired
Simple future
I will not get tired
you will not get tired
he/she/it will not get tired
we will not get tired
you will not get tired
they will not get tired
Future perfect
I will not have got tired
you will not have got tired
he/she/it will not have got tired
we will not have got tired
you will not have got tired
they will not have got tired
Present continuous
I am not getting tired
you are not getting tired
he/she/it is not getting tired
we are not getting tired
you are not getting tired
they are not getting tired
Past simple continuous
I was not getting tired
you were not getting tired
he/she/it was not getting tired
we were not getting tired
you were not getting tired
they were not getting tired
Future continuous
I will not be getting tired
you will not be getting tired
he/she/it will not be getting tired
we will not be getting tired
you will not be getting tired
they will not be getting tired
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been getting tired
you will not have been getting tired
he/she/it will not have been getting tired
we will not have been getting tired
you will not have been getting tired
they will not have been getting tired
Present perfect continuous
I have not been getting tired
you have not been getting tired
he/she/it has not been getting tired
we have not been getting tired
you have not been getting tired
they have not been getting tired
Past perfect continuous
I had not been getting tired
you had not been getting tired
he/she/it had not been getting tired
we had not been getting tired
you had not been getting tired
they had not been getting tired
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not get tired
That you do not get tired
That he/she/it does not get tired
That we do not get tired
That you do not get tired
That they do not get tired
Present perfect
That I have not got tired
That you have not got tired
That he/she/it have not got tired
That we have not got tired
That you have not got tired
That they have not got tired
Simple past
That I did not get tired
That you did not get tired
That he/she/it did not get tired
That we did not get tired
That you did not get tired
That they did not get tired
Past perfect
That I had not got tired
That you had not got tired
That he/she/it had not got tired
That we had not got tired
That you had not got tired
That they had not got tired
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not get tired
you would not get tired
we would not get tired
we would not get tired
you would not get tired
they would not get tired
Past
I would not have got
you would not have got
he/she/it would not have got
we would not have got
you would not have got
they would not have got
Present continous
I would not be getting tired
you would not be getting tired
we would not be getting tired
we would not be getting tired
you would not be getting tired
they would not be getting tired
Past continous
I would not have been getting
you would not have been getting
he/she/it would not have been getting
we would not have been getting
you would not have been getting
they would not have been getting
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me get tired
do not get tired
do not let him get tired
do not let us get tired
do not get tired
do not let them get tired
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to get
Past
not to have got
Present continous
not to be getting
Perfect continous
not to have been getting
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not getting
Past
not got
Perfect
not having got
Negative - GERUND
Present
not getting
Past
not having got
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I get tired?
do you get tired?
does she/he/it gets tired?
do we get tired?
do you get tired?
do they get tired?
Simple past
did I get tired?
did you get tired?
did she/he/it get tired?
did we get tired?
did you get tired?
did they get tired?
Simple past
did I get tired?
did you get tired?
did she/he/it get tired?
did we get tired?
did you get tired?
did they get tired?
Present perfect
have I got tired?
have you got tired?
has she/he/it got tired?
have we got tired?
have you got tired?
have they got tired?
Past perfect
had I got tired?
had you got tired?
had she/he/it got tired?
had we got tired?
had you got tired?
had they got tired?
Past perfect
had I got tired?
had you got tired?
had she/he/it got tired?
had we got tired?
had you got tired?
had they got tired?
Simple future
will I get tired?
will you get tired?
will she/he/it get tired?
will we get tired?
will you get tired?
will they get tired?
Future perfect
will I have got tired?
will you have got tired?
will she/he/it have got tired?
will we have got tired?
will you have got tired?
will they have got tired?
Present continuous
am I getting tired?
are you getting tired?
is she/he/it getting tired?
are we getting tired?
are you getting tired?
are they getting tired?
Past simple continuous
was I getting tired?
were you getting tired?
was she/he/it getting tired?
were we getting tired?
were you getting tired?
were they getting tired?
Future continuous
will I be getting tired?
will you be getting tired?
will she/he/it be getting tired?
will we be getting tired?
will you be getting tired?
will they be getting tired?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been getting tired?
will you have been getting tired?
will she/he/it have been getting tired?
will we have been getting tired?
will you have been getting tired?
will they have been getting tired?
Present perfect continuous
have I been getting tired?
have you been getting tired?
has she/he/it been getting tired?
have we been getting tired?
have you been getting tired?
have they been getting tired?
Past perfect continuous
had I been getting tired?
had you been getting tired?
had she/he/it been getting tired?
had we been getting tired?
had you been getting tired?
had they been getting tired?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I get tired?
That do you get tired?
That does she/he/it get tired?
That do we get tired?
That do you get tired?
That do they get tired?
Present perfect
That have I got tired?
That have you got tired?
That have she/he/it got tired?
That have we got tired?
That have you got tired?
That have they got tired?
Simple past
That did I get tired?
That did you get tired?
That did she/he/it get tired?
That did we get tired?
That did you get tired?
That did they get tired?
Past perfect
That had I got tired?
That had you got tired?
That had she/he/it got tired?
That had we got tired?
That had you got tired?
That had they got tired?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I get tired?
would you get tired?
would she/he/it get tired?
would we get tired?
would you get tired?
would they get tired?
Past
would I have got?
would you have got?
would she/he/it have got?
would we have got?
would you have got?
would they have got?
Present continous
would I be getting tired?
would you be getting tired?
would she/he/it be getting tired?
would we be getting tired?
would you be getting tired?
would they be getting tired?
Past continous
would I have been getting?
would you have been getting?
would she/he/it have been getting?
would we have been getting?
would you have been getting?
would they have been getting?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not get tired?
do you not get tired?
does she/he/it not gets tired?
do we not get tired?
do you not get tired?
do they not get tired?
Simple past
did I not get tired?
did you not get tired?
did she/he/it not get tired?
did we not get tired?
did you not get tired?
did they not get tired?
Simple past
did I not get tired?
did you not get tired?
did she/he/it not get tired?
did we not get tired?
did you not get tired?
did they not get tired?
Present perfect
have I not got tired?
have you not got tired?
has she/he/it not got tired?
have we not got tired?
have you not got tired?
have they not got tired?
Past perfect
had I not got tired?
had you not got tired?
had she/he/it not got tired?
had we not got tired?
had you not got tired?
had they not got tired?
Past perfect
had I not got tired?
had you not got tired?
had she/he/it not got tired?
had we not got tired?
had you not got tired?
had they not got tired?
Simple future
will I not get tired?
will you not get tired?
will she/he/it not get tired?
will we not get tired?
will you not get tired?
will they not get tired?
Future perfect
will I not have got tired?
will you not have got tired?
will she/he/it not have got tired?
will we not have got tired?
will you not have got tired?
will they not have got tired?
Present continuous
am I not getting tired?
are you not getting tired?
is she/he/it not getting tired?
are we not getting tired?
are you not getting tired?
are they not getting tired?
Past simple continuous
was I not getting tired?
were you not getting tired?
was she/he/it not getting tired?
were we not getting tired?
were you not getting tired?
were they not getting tired?
Future continuous
will I not be getting tired?
will you not be getting tired?
will she/he/it not be getting tired?
will we not be getting tired?
will you not be getting tired?
will they not be getting tired?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been getting tired?
will you not have been getting tired?
will she/he/it not have been getting tired?
will we not have been getting tired?
will you not have been getting tired?
will they not have been getting tired?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been getting tired?
have you not been getting tired?
has she/he/it not been getting tired?
have we not been getting tired?
have you not been getting tired?
have they not been getting tired?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been getting tired?
had you not been getting tired?
had she/he/it not been getting tired?
had we not been getting tired?
had you not been getting tired?
had they not been getting tired?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not get tired?
That do you not get tired?
That does she/he/it not get tired?
That do we not get tired?
That do you not get tired?
That do they not get tired?
Present perfect
That have I not got tired?
That have you not got tired?
That have she/he/it not got tired?
That have we not got tired?
That have you not got tired?
That have they not got tired?
Simple past
That did I not get tired?
That did you not get tired?
That did she/he/it not get tired?
That did we not get tired?
That did you not get tired?
That did they not get tired?
Past perfect
That had I not got tired?
That had you not got tired?
That had she/he/it not got tired?
That had we not got tired?
That had you not got tired?
That had they not got tired?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not get tired?
would you not get tired?
would she/he/it not get tired?
would we not get tired?
would you not get tired?
would they not get tired?
Past
would I not have got?
would you not have got?
would she/he/it not have got?
would we not have got?
would you not have got?
would they not have got?
Present continous
would I not be getting tired?
would you not be getting tired?
would she/he/it not be getting tired?
would we not be getting tired?
would you not be getting tired?
would they not be getting tired?
Past continous
would I not have been getting?
would you not have been getting?
would she/he/it not have been getting?
would we not have been getting?
would you not have been getting?
would they not have been getting?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present