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* E , ad ogni modo , ridurre un uomo a spropriarsi del suo , a tosarsi la testa , a camminare a piedi nudi , a dormir sur un saccone , a viver d'elemosina , poteva parere una punizione competente , anche all'offeso il più borioso .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* I nostri fuggiaschi camminarono un pezzo di buon trotto , in silenzio , voltandosi , ora l'uno ora l'altro , a guardare se nessuno gl'inseguiva , tutti in affanno per la fatica della fuga , per il batticuore e per la sospensione in cui erano stati , per il dolore della cattiva riuscita , per l'apprensione confusa del nuovo oscuro pericolo .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* È una strada così fatta che , da qualunque laberinto , da qualunque precipizio , l'uomo capiti ad essa , e vi faccia un passo , può d'allora in poi camminare con sicurezza e di buona voglia , e arrivar lietamente a un lieto fine .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* L'altro gli guardò dietro un momento , e , accozzando nel suo pensiero quella maniera di camminare con la domanda , disse tra sé: " o n'ha fatta una , o qualcheduno la vuol fare a lui " .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Va innanzi ; rallenta quelle gambe benedette , che volevan sempre correre , mentre conveniva soltanto camminare ; e adagio adagio , fischiando in semitono , arriva alla porta .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Se non gli riusciva in quel giorno , era risoluto di camminare fin che l'ora e la lena glielo permettessero: e d'aspettar poi l'alba , in un campo , in un deserto ; dove piacesse a Dio ; pur che non fosse un'osteria .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Si ritirò , chiuse la finestra , e si mise a camminare innanzi e indietro per la stanza , con un passo di viaggiatore frettoloso .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* A questo punto della nostra storia , noi non possiam far a meno di non fermarci qualche poco , come il viandante , stracco e tristo da un lungo camminare per un terreno arido e salvatico , si trattiene e perde un po' di tempo all'ombra d'un bell'albero , sull'erba , vicino a una fonte d'acqua viva .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Ai poverini a cui quel primo ristoro avesse rese forze bastanti per reggersi e per camminare , davano un po' di danaro , affinché il bisogno rinascente e la mancanza d'altro soccorso non li rimettesse ben presto nello stato di prima ; agli altri cercavano ricovero e mantenimento , in qualche casa delle più vicine .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Si vedevano i nobili camminare in abito semplice e dimesso , o anche logoro e gretto ; alcuni , perché le cagioni comuni della miseria avevan mutata a quel segno anche la loro fortuna , o dato il tracollo a patrimoni già sconcertati: gli altri , o che temessero di provocare col fasto la pubblica disperazione , o che si vergognassero d'insultare alla pubblica calamità .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Ma a chi diceva queste cose ? Ad uomini che passavano curvi sotto il peso della loro povera roba , pensando a quella che lasciavano in casa , spingendo le loro vaccherelle , conducendosi dietro i figli , carichi anch'essi quanto potevano , e le donne con in collo quelli che non potevan camminare .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Una nuova attenzione , una nuova speranza gli nacque nel veder , dopo questi , comparire alcuni carri , su cui erano i convalescenti che non erano ancora in istato di camminare .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* In quanto a stanco , lo poteva essere , ma non ne sapeva nulla: e il frescolino dell'alba aggiunto a quello della notte e di quel poco bagno , non gli dava altro che una fierezza , una voglia di camminar più presto .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Nei giorni belli don Filippino la conduceva a passeggio, un po' facendola camminare pian pianino coi suoi piedi, un po' reggendola in braccio, come fosse una bambina; poi sedeva su qualche masso a piè d'un albero; Tita allora s'arrampicava sui rami e, spenzolandosi, afferrata per la coda, tentava di ghermirgli la papalina per il fiocco o di acciuffargli la parrucca o di strappargli il Virgilio dalle mani.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Quante volte mi butterei a camminare a terra, cosí con le mani puntate, gattoni! Questa maledetta civiltà ci rovina! Quadrupede, io sarei una bella bestia selvaggia; quadrupede, ti sparerei un pajo di calci nel ventre per le bestialità che hai detto; quadrupede, non avrei moglie, né debiti, né pensieri...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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E gli si mise accanto e si sforzò di camminare col passo di lui.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Se mi trattengo, sia pure per poco, in questo paese di galantuomini, capirai, c'è pericolo mi rúbino finanche le suole delle scarpe, appena alzo il piede per camminare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Perché la caffettiera non ha ruote e non può camminare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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E quella bestia lí non diceva nulla: s'ajutava perfino col muso a camminare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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- Non avete neanche acqua per bere e per lavarvi la faccia, case da abitare, strade per camminare, luce la sera per vedere dove andate a rompervi il collo, e siete ricchi e felici? Va' là, ho capito, sai.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Se vossignoria si vuol levare questa curiosità, non ha da camminare molto.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Il dottor Giunio Falci aveva vinto da poco, per concorso, il posto di direttore della clinica oftalmica; ma sia per la sua aria stanca e sempre astratta, sia per la figura sgraziata, per quel suo modo di camminare tutto rilassato e dinoccolato, con la grossa testa precocemente calva, buttata indietro, non riusciva a cattivarsi né la simpatia né la confidenza d'alcuno.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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- Sai perché non voglio che tu lo dica? - soggiunge egli, riprendendo a camminare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Da molti anni, dopo molte e intricatissime meditazioni, credeva d'essere riuscito a darsi una spiegazione sufficiente di tutte le cose; a sistemarsi insomma il mondo per suo conto; e pian piano s'era messo a camminarci dentro, non molto sicuro, no, anzi con l'animo sempre un po' sospeso e pericolante, nell'aspettativa d'una qualche improvvisa violenza, che glielo buttasse all'aria tutt'a un tratto, sgarbatamente.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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S'era da un pezzo costituito esempio a tutti di compostezza e di misura, nel trattar gli affari, nelle discussioni che si facevano al circolo o nei caffè, in tutti gli atti, nel modo anche di vestire e di camminare.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Proprio tra le fiamme le era parso di camminare; sola con lui, a braccetto con lui, per le vie della città.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Perché cosí in silenzio, tutti quei soldati? Non si sentivano nemmeno camminare e non sollevavano neanche un po' di polvere.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Gli pareva di camminare con lei sulla sabbia lungo il fiume , sotto la luna: andavano , andavano , silenziosi cauti ; arrivavano allo stradone accanto al ponte .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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— Bisogna che vada , — disse accennando fuori , come uno che ha da camminare , da andare lontano .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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— Ah , sí , donna Noemi ? Se penso invece di camminare ! — Ti dico che stai male: non scherzare .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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No , doveva camminare per penitenza , arrivare senza aiuto di nessuno .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Efix , stanco morto , con la febbre fin dentro le ossa , non tentava di convertirli , eneppure sentiva pietà di loro ; ma gli pareva di camminare in sogno , portato via da una compagnia di fantasmi , come tante volte laggiú nelle notti del poderetto ; era già morto ed errava ancora per il mondo , scacciato dai regni di là .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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E le ore e i giorni passavano , ed Efix nel delirio sognava di camminare , camminare coi ciechi , attraverso le valli e le tancas dell'altipiano , e sognava le feste , i soldi che cadevano davanti a lui , le donne pietose , i bei giovani sui cavalli balzani che correvano sulla costa del Monte e da lontano gli lanciavano monete e parole mordenti .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Non s'arriva mai ! Gli sembrava infatti di camminare sempre .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Ma i pregiudizi decapitati si rizzarono e camminarono. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Conosco questo spavento e questo dolore, so che si paga così la compiacenza di camminar poi sul solido e perciò non mi trattiene dal discutere teco una pietà che sarebbe falsa. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Ma quando fu a Cassarago, dove mettono la strada di Pregassona a quella di Gandria, quando vide la punta di Castagnola così vicina e pensò che da Castagnola si va a Gandria in meno di mezz'ora, che da Gandria si può andare a Oria in un'ora e mezza, l'idea di salire il Boglia, di camminare sette od otto ore gli divenne intollerabile. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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L'avvocato gli fece prendere sotto l'ascella uno scartafaccio che trovò in cucina, gl'insegnò come doveva camminare e soffiare. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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«No», mormorò Luisa, accorata, «quello non lo posso, non domandarmelo, non è più possibile.» «Cosa, non è possibile?» «Oh, intendi bene! Anch'io ho inteso bene cosa volevi dir tu.» Ella riprese a camminare, volendo staccarsi da quel discorso. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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L'uscio della camera era chiuso, tuttavia Luisa pregò suo marito di camminare in punta di piedi e di parlar sottovoce. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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Un tremito nuovo entrava nella rigidezza del suo dolore, e ignote figure nascevano dalla sua superstizione e scomparivano pei cammini dove egli aveva camminato col suo fratello e per quelli ov'egli doveva camminar solo. E straordinarii disegni si componevano dentro di lui, senza ch'egli vi consentisse; e poi si dissolvevano. E un presentimento ondeggiava nel fondo e non prendeva forma; e pareva a lui che, se avesse potuto fermarlo e interpretarlo, avrebbe avuto la chiave della sua sorte. Qualcuno in lui ascoltava tutti i rumori e li seguiva fino all'estremo fondo della vita. Gli assioli cantavano su i pioppi. Un cane uggiolava in un casale. Cigolava un baroccio su la strada maestra. Era come una notte nota che ritornasse nel giro degli anni, di molto molto lontano. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Camminarono l'una a fianco dell'altro. Come furono sul limite e Paolo fece l'atto di scostare i lembi, ella si strinse contro di lui con un sussulto di terrore. Egli la sorresse e la sospinse. Entrarono. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Qualcosa d'argenteo lustrò nell'ombra, come se fosse quivi giunta e spirasse la voluta d'una di quelle onde rare che si levavano dalla dolcezza del mar cinerino. Era entrata Isabella, senza romore, coi sandali ch'ella usava per camminare su la sabbia. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Ella seguitava a camminare col suo passo vacillante ma ostinato, su le zolle su i sassi su gli sterpi. Allora egli vinse l'orribile fiacchezza e si mise a correre per raggiungerla, col cuore alla gola, con l'impeto di gettarsi a terra innanzi a lei, di abbracciarle le ginocchia, di supplicarla, di piangere. Sentendolo vicino, ella s'arrestò e lo guardò. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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— T'ho sentita — cominciò Isabella. — Di giù t'ho sentita camminare. Avevo addormentata Lunella; stavo al suo capezzale. T'ho sentita. Sono venuta su. Non potevo più resistere. Soffri? Anch'io soffro come non so dire. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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E ricominciò a camminare su e giù per la stanza con quel passo ondeggiante, con quel gioco dei ginocchi, con quella maniera di soppesare il suo corpo su i suoi malleoli come uno che soppesi nella mano una cosa d'inestimabile pregio e ve la ponga sotto gli occhi ostinatamente per forzarvi a una perpetua maraviglia, a una perpetua cupidigia. Lo sguardo del fratello seguiva ogni movenza, di sotto alle palpebre socchiuse nell'occhiaia turchiniccia e cava. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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Come passava una vettura di posta, Paolo si fece portare fino al Covigliaio per chiedere aiuto. Eran quasi le cinque; e la sua ansietà s'aggravava di presentimenti funesti. Tornò indietro con un meccanico addetto all'albergo. Dopo un'ora di lavoro la macchina ricominciò a camminare. Percorso un chilometro appena, si fermò: stette là, su la strada solitaria, ammasso pesante e inerte, con l'aspetto ottuso dei bruti caparbii, resistendo a ogni stimolo, a ogni industria. E la disperazione prese l'uomo. (D'Annunzio - Forse che sì forse che no)
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I ricordi, in così breve spazio, si fecero di carne e d'ossa, camminarono verso di lui su quattro branche, lo soffocarono con un respiro grave come quello delle fiere. Poi combatterono, poi si divorarono tra loro; e rimasero vivi i più selvaggi, e infuriarono. «Ricordati del mio pianto come io mi ricorderò della parola che accompagnava i tuoi colpi.»
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* Lascia! Mi farà bene camminare... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Sceso dalla tramvia a vapore, la prima impressione che provò nel rimetter piede in città dopo nove mesi d'oscuro e profondo silenzio interiore, di seppellimento nel cordoglio, fu quella di non saper più camminare tra il rumore e la confusione. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Nel vedersi imitato finanche nel modo di camminare, mio fratello perdeva subito la pazienza, forse per paura del ridicolo, e lo bistrattava fino a cavarselo di torno. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Oh, di quanti nonnini veri, di quanti vecchietti inseguiti e studiati un po’ a Torino, un po’ a Milano, un po’ a Venezia, un po’ a Firenze, si compose quel nonnino mio! Toglievo a uno qua la tabacchiera d’osso e il pezzolone a dadi rossi e neri, a un altro là il bastoncino, a un terzo gli occhiali e la barba a collana, a un quarto il modo di camminare e di soffiarsi il naso, a un quinto il modo di parlare e di ridere; e ne venne fuori un vecchietto fino un po’ bizzoso, amante delle arti, un nonnino spregiudicato, che non mi volle far seguire un corso regolare di studii, preferendo d’istruirmi lui, con la viva conversazione e conducendomi con sé, di città in città, per musei e gallerie. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Ora, se questo Adriano Meis non aveva il coraggio di dir bugie, di cacciarsi in mezzo alla vita, e si appartava e rientrava in albergo, stanco di vedersi solo, in quelle tristi giornate d’inverno, per le vie di Milano, e si chiudeva nella compagnia del morto Mattia Pascal, prevedevo che i fatti miei, eh, avrebbero cominciato a camminar male; che insomma non mi s’apparecchiava un divertimento, e che la mia bella fortuna, allora... ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Non m' importava di andar vestito cogli spogli del babbo , consumati , lisi e infrittellati ; con toppe ben messe dietro e in fondo ai calzoni , né di avere in testa cappellucci sbertucciati , né di camminare con scarpe troppo strette , risolate e rimontate più volte . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* A forza di camminare tornavo a casa coi piedi brucianti e il viso acceso , tutto vibrante e vigoroso come se tornassi da una vittoria . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Cercavo di camminar dentro l' ombre e quando si stava per tornar nella luce la mia mano lungamente esitante cercava la sua e subito la lasciava , col senso di aver commesso un non so che di osceno . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Conosco il vocabolario e qualche paragrafo ; ho un' idea dell' insieme e non so camminare colle mie gambe . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* E mi provo a vivere codesta sciagurata vita prevista : a volte , se la strada è solitaria , chiudo gli occhi e seguito a camminare — esito , non vo diritto ; sento accanto a me le bugne o l'intonaco delle case e sotto i piedi le lastre che riecheggiano il passo . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* C'è una bestia che vuol mangiare , ci son due gambe che voglion camminare , e' è una testa che vuol pensare , una mano che vuole scrivere . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Eppure per ricostituirmi , per raddrizzarmi , per rimettermi a camminare , ho bisogno di appoggiarmi a qualcosa , di rimetter le radici in qualche posto . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* E per il bene e per il male che voglio e faccio ho diritto di respirare , di riscaldarmi , di camminare , di alzar la testa , di sputare in faccia — di esistere secondo la mia propria legge . (G .Papini - Un uomo finito)
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* Quando lo scorgo così indebolito e incerto camminare per le vie in cerca di un poco d’attività e d’aria , in me , ancora adesso , si rinnova l’avversione .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)*
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* Solo allora il tempo avrebbe potuto camminare come voleva , perché io non avrei più avuta alcuna ragione d’ingerirmene: sarei arrivato al punto fermo !
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* Il camminare era per me divenuto un lavoro pesante , e anche lievemente doloroso .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Andavo via tanto ordinatamente dopo di aver corrisposto a tutte le formalità legali , che potevo camminare sicuro .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Mi sembrava una grave compromissione , ma Carla desiderava tanto di camminare al braccio mio al sole , che finii col compiacerla .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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abasia
= incapacità parziale o totale di camminare , spesso di origine psichica .
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acciabattare
= verbo intr. camminare con le ciabatte facendone sbattere la suola sul pavimento e contro il calcagno
= verbo trans. eseguire in fretta e male
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andatura
= modo di andare , di camminare , di correre ritmo , velocità di marcia o di corsa di un concorrente
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arrembarsi
= verbo rifl. detto del cavallo , presentare arrembatura camminare con fatica , arrancare .
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calpestare
= verbo trans. premere con i piedi, camminare sopra qualcosa, talvolta per disprezzo o per rabbia
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camminatura
= modo di camminare, andatura.
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cammino
= il camminare
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carabottino
= graticolato di listelli di legno, messo sulle navi a chiusura dei boccaporti o usato come sopralzo per camminare all'asciutto dove ristagna l'acqua.
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ciabattare ant. ciavattare,
= verbo intr. camminare strascicando le ciabatte o le scarpe, producendo così un rumore fastidioso.
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ciampicare
= verbo intr. camminare a stento, strisciando i piedi, barcollando o inciampando agire, comportarsi in modo impacciato.
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cianchettare
= verbo intr. camminare male, zoppicare
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danda
= ciascuna delle due strisce di tessuto o di cuoio con cui si sorreggono i bambini quando cominciano a camminare
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gambalesta o gamba lesta ,
= persona svelta , veloce nel camminare.
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non deambulante
= si dice di chi per malformazione , malattia o incidente non è in grado di camminare .
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passante
= participio presente di passare
= si dice dell'animale raffigurato sullo scudo nell'atto di camminare
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penare
= verbo intr . colui che pencola nel camminare .
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ricamminare
= verbo intr. camminare di nuovo
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saltabeccare
= verbo intransitivo camminare , procedere a salti come una cavalletta .
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scalpicciare
= verbo transitivo pestare più volte con i piedi -
= verbo intransitivo camminare stropicciando i piedi .
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scarpinare
= verbo intransitivo camminare a lungo e faticosamente .
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sculettare
= verbo intransitivo camminare dimenando i fianchi e il sedere .
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scutrettolare
= verbo intransitivo detto di uccello , dimenare la coda - detto di persona , camminare ancheggiando ,
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spedare
= verbo transitivo stancare , rovinare i piedi per il troppo camminare , sollevare dal fondo l'à ncora di una nave - sped ,
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staccheggiare
= verbo intransitivo camminare facendo rumore con i tacchi .
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steppage
= modo difettoso di camminare in cui il malato a ogni passo è obbligato ad alzare molto la coscia ,
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strascicone
= persona che si strascica nel camminare .
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unguligrado
= mammifero che , per camminare , poggia sul suolo solo le ultime falangi delle dita.
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
* "But, my dear, you must indeed go and see Mr. Bingley when he comes into
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Carter do not go so often to Miss Watson's as they did when they first
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* "No, my dear, you had better go on horseback, because it seems likely to
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* "Oh! but the gentlemen will have Mr. Bingley's chaise to go to Meryton,
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* "I had much rather go in the coach.
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were engaged. Jane was therefore obliged to go on horseback, and her
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all very well. I would go and see her if I could have the carriage.
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* Elizabeth, feeling really anxious, was determined to go to her, though
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* "We will go as far as Meryton with you," said Catherine and Lydia.
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"No, she would go home. I fancy she was wanted about the mince-pies. For
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"This walk is not wide enough for our party. We had better go into the
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sofas and go to sleep. Darcy took up a book; Miss Bingley did the same;
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* "If you mean Darcy," cried her brother, "he may go to bed, if he
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* The master of the house heard with real sorrow that they were to go so
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will go when once they come to be entailed.
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except Mary agreed to go with her; and Mr. Collins was to attend them,
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told them that Wickham had been obliged to go to town on business the
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for her own weakness, could not go on. At length Darcy spoke, and in a
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she might not be obliged to go into company more than she liked. It was
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her, after his return from London, whither he was obliged to go the next
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income go a good way. This is my advice. Find such a woman as soon as
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good-natured a girl as ever lived. I will go directly to Mr. Bennet, and
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into your head to go on refusing every offer of marriage in this way,
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to go away just as they were all getting so intimate together. After
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"Yes; to the last. But if I go on, I shall displease you by saying what
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would be prevailed upon to go back with us? Change of scene might be
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from our friends at Hunsford. Pray go to see them, with Sir William and
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not many in which his wife did not think it necessary to go likewise;
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seeing that she was really unwell, did not press her to go and as much
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his cousin was to go with him; but Colonel Fitzwilliam had made it clear
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she did not like to go home again so soon, she added:
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having two men-servants go with her. Miss Darcy, the daughter of
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discreditable to you to let them go alone.
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aunt had reserved for them. But Jane was to go home with her, and at
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* "If one could but go to Brighton!" observed Mrs. Bennet.
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* "Oh, yes!--if one could but go to Brighton! But papa is so
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sisters. We shall have no peace at Longbourn if Lydia does not go to
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conviction of her husband's never intending to go there himself.
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within a month, and as that left too short a period for them to go so
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present plan, were to go no farther northwards than Derbyshire. In that
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* "Yes, sir, I know I am. If I were to go through the world, I could
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who was not a great walker, could go no farther, and thought only
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never intended to go there, or to marry Lydia at all, which was
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but let me, or let the servant go after Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner. You are
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not well enough; you cannot go yourself.
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dare not hope it. Why should they not go on to Scotland if that had been
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settled that Lydia should go with Mrs. Forster, the necessity of opening
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had nobody to take care of her. Why did the Forsters ever let her go out
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lost. As soon as I get to town I shall go to my brother, and make
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their intending to go off? Had Colonel Forster seen Denny himself?"
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* "He meant I believe," replied Jane, "to go to Epsom, the place where
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and the children should go to London, at the same time that Mr. Bennet
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"And Lydia used to want to go to London," added Kitty.
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ever go to Brighton, I would behave better than Lydia.
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* "You go to Brighton. I would not trust you so near it as Eastbourne
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how much he will give her. Stay, stay, I will go myself. Ring the bell,
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* "I will go to Meryton," said she, "as soon as I am dressed, and tell the
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his account and my niece's. It is Mr. Wickham's intention to go into
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my good luck. They must all go to Brighton. That is the place to get
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* "And then when you go away, you may leave one or two of my sisters
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o'clock. My uncle and aunt and I were to go together; and the others
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must go somewhere, but he did not know where, and he knew he should have
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it was due. But, Lizzy, this must go no farther than yourself, or Jane
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* "Did you go by the village of Kympton?"
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in running after my neighbours every time they go away and come back
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* When the gentlemen rose to go away, Mrs. Bennet was mindful of her
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But when her mother was gone, Jane would not be prevailed on to go down
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* "I must go instantly to my mother;" she cried. "I would not on any
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I will ever recede. I shall not go away till you have given me the
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coming here? I had no notion but he would go a-shooting, or something or
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Lord! What will become of me. I shall go distracted.
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idea of the ponies is delightful. We will go round the Park every day. I
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him, and he must go on--he can't help it.'
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crowd, 'would anybody believe as an informer'ud go about in a man's
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was the very first to go down to the house next morning and express his
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smacks--nothing to go in--odd, ain't it?'
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* 'Where are we to go to?' screamed the agitated Pickwickians. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'The very thing,' said Mr. Pickwick. 'Winkle, will you go on horseback?'
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* 'What makes him go sideways?' said Mr. Snodgrass in the bin, to Mr.
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their sockets, fairly let go his hold. The horse paused, stared, shook
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brought up in the way she should go when young, and of her not having
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'We won't go home till morning,
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We won't go home till morning,
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We won't go home till morning,
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'Hadn't they better go to bed, ma'am?' inquired Emma. 'Two of the boys
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'I won't go to bed,' said Mr. Winkle firmly. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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breast; and, muttering his invincible determination not to go to his
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* 'Don't let him go alone!' screamed the females. 'He'll kill somebody!'
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'I'll go with him,' said Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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would go to pieces every moment. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'Go on, go on,' almost shrieked the old gentleman. 'Two guineas a-piece,
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* 'Don't go away, my dear sir--pray don't hurry,' said the little man.
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it. I could go into the world now, and laugh and shout with the best
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* 'Don't go away, Mary,' said the black-eyed man. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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first house we come to we'll put up at, so the faster you go the sooner
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persecuted individual, and had better go to bed. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'"You won't go fainting away, or any of that nonsense?" said Tom. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'I shall go as a bandit,'interposed Mr. Tupman. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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o'clock every mornin' they let's go the ropes at one end, and down falls
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ascertain that he is in the house, and not likely to go away.'
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worked a steam ingin'. The next time you go out to a smoking party,
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delicacy of feeling. Go on; you are very right.'
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scratches. Go away, or we shall be overheard.'
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Not caring to go too near the door, until the appointed time, Mr.
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very last of the group--'cook, why don't you go a little way into the
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aforesaid Miss Smithers proceeded to go into hysterics of four young
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* The next day, Nathaniel Pipkin saw old Lobbs go out upon his old gray
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and hammering the table. 'I'll see this Dodson and Fogg! I'll go to
---------------
make any further objection, but I cannot consent to go on, unless you
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at the unwelcome conclusion that they must go home without him. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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"so you had better go back and scrape some more together, and bring it
---------------
pocket. "Here, Wicks," says Fogg, "take a cab, and go down to the Temple
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'Pray, go on, sir--disgraceful and rascally proceedings, I think you
---------------
Fogg. 'Go on, Sir; do go on. You had better call us thieves, Sir; or
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'Sam, I will go immediately to Mr. Perker's.'
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* 'Well, well, Sam,' replied Mr. Pickwick, 'we will go there at once;
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to go, you'd better go with me.'
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tell them to meet me at Ipswich. We will go with you. But don't hurry
---------------
just go to the Magpie and Stump, and ask at the bar for Mr. Lowten,
---------------
'The gen'l'm'n can't go in just now,' said a shambling pot-boy, with a
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conclusion, go back for a beginning. It is enough for me to say that
---------------
oysters always seem to go together.'
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'Dear me, it's time to go to bed. It will never do, sitting here. I
---------------
'I can't allow things to go on in this way. By the self-possession of
---------------
care, afore they go off.'
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'Yes, Mr. Weller. Well, Sir, I met her at a chapel that I go to; a very
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* 'You must ha' been an uncommon nice boy, to go to school vith,' said
---------------
and taking Mr. Pickwick's parole that he would go straight to the
---------------
a very dim light, Sam was obliged to go down on HIS knees before he
---------------
a slight sip out of her glass. Then Sam said it must go all round, so
---------------
and it occurred to him so strongly that he ought to go down and see
---------------
heavy old gen'l'm'n along the pavement, and he'd go home and laugh till
---------------
fright; "very curious, and very pretty, but I think I'll go back and
---------------
boys at day-schools, club as they go home at night, for saveloys and
---------------
'Don't go away, Mr. Pickwick,' said Lowten, 'I've got a letter for you.'
---------------
look out of the window--we should recommend him by all means go to Lant
---------------
it has to go to my landlord directly, it was as well for you to keep it
---------------
ourselves quite square, and go on, on a better system, afterwards.'
---------------
afraid to go down, lest he should be waylaid by Mrs. Raddle. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
pardon, Sir. Go on.'
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* 'Ashamed of themselves!' said Mrs. Raddle. 'Why don't you go down and
---------------
'or keep on ringing the bell, or go and groan on the staircase? You may
---------------
hinted, that there was nothing whatever to go on, either well or ill,
---------------
* But people who go voluntarily to law, or are taken forcibly there, for
---------------
* 'Yes,' replied his father, 'I've been here before, in my time. Go on,
---------------
disapprobation in which he may indulge in this court will not go down
---------------
* 'I will even go further than this, Mr. Winkle,' continued Mr. Phunky, in
---------------
* 'You may go down, sir,' said Serjeant Buzfuz, waving his hand
---------------
CHAPTER XXXV. IN WHICH Mr. PICKWICK THINKS HE HAD BETTER GO TO BATH; AND
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Where shall we go next?'
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could not make up his mind to the trial of letting it go again. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
wanted nothing more, Mr. Pickwick, I would go to bed.'
---------------
* 'Very well,' said Mr. Pickwick. 'Then the sooner you go the better.'
---------------
could go to, he mounted the box, and reached his place of destination
---------------
business is finished. I go back to-morrow. Join me.'
---------------
Mr. Weller, in a tone of moral reproof, 'to go inwolving our precious
---------------
'Certainly not, Sam,' said Mr. Winkle. 'There! Now go to bed, Sam, and
---------------
'I'm wery sorry,' said Sam, 'but I can't go to bed.'
---------------
'Not go to bed!' repeated Mr. Winkle. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
it is, as these here young creeturs will go a-faintin' avay just ven
---------------
me.' 'Oh, pray go away, Mr. Pickwick,' said Arabella. 'Tell them all to
---------------
* 'You're a fool, and may go downstairs,' said the scientific gentleman. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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no advantage in staying here, so I Shall go to prison to-night.'
---------------
'You can't go to Whitecross Street, my dear Sir,' said Perker.
---------------
'I would rather go to some other place of confinement if I can,' said
---------------
'You can go to the Fleet, my dear Sir, if you're determined to go
---------------
* 'That'll do,' said Mr. Pickwick. 'I'll go there directly I have finished
---------------
'I shall go with you, and see you safe there,' said Perker. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
* 'Indeed,' replied Mr. Pickwick, 'I would rather go without any other
---------------
have to go down to; but very convenient, I dare say.'
---------------
corner. 'It would make any one go to sleep, that bedstead would, whether
---------------
* 'No, he didn't, Sir,' replied Sam. 'He got a curiosity to go and taste
---------------
parlour, that he took it into his head to go there every night, which
---------------
a pretty long silence. 'What will you take to go out?' 'I beg your
---------------
didn't know yet; he must go and see where he could move his bed to. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
* 'Yes. I mean who are able to go outside. Not prisoners.'
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say? I should like to see it. I'll go to him myself.'
---------------
not go on, Sir,' said Mr. Pell, in a low and serious tone. 'You have
---------------
nobody, there's an end on it. Go on, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, with a
---------------
never let me out till you go yourself.'
---------------
be, if you could go outside the walls.' 'Wery much obliged to you, sir,'
---------------
takin' nothin' arter his dinner, but sleep, and then he'd go away to a
---------------
crumpets, arter wich he'd walk home to Kensington and go to bed. One
---------------
'You didn't go to law, I hope?' said Sam suspiciously. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
trust at that shop. Hows'ever, go on.' 'Well,' said the cobbler, 'when
---------------
come to me, and I hadn't power to go to them, and they got tired of my
---------------
So I must go alone.'
---------------
'I didn't go to do it, Sammy,' said Mr. Weller, in some degree abashed
---------------
nothin' as we go back, and p'raps that 'ere harm-cheer 'ull be tipped
---------------
will discuss the subject with you when I have considered it. Now, go to
---------------
it wen you go to look.'
---------------
really must consider yourself, my dear, which you never do. Now go away,
---------------
purpose for you to go back in.'
---------------
late Nockemorf, to take strong medicine, or to go into fits and be
---------------
and shall go to bed soon, it is hardly worth while. See who there is in
---------------
Weller who was lingering near the door, that he needn't go away unless
---------------
visit to Edinburgh was for his own pleasure. He used to go back for a
---------------
a pretty strong head to go out to dinner and supper afterwards. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
not be quite polite to go just then, my uncle voted himself into the
---------------
which he had to turn down to go direct to his lodging. Now, in this
---------------
intervals, and bawled out to know why they didn't go faster. But he
---------------
the head with the stock, snatch up the young lady, and go off in the
---------------
had well begun to consider whether Mr. Bob Sawyer ought to go or not,
---------------
* 'I think it's quite impossible to go on to-night,' interposed Ben. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
morning, or I must go forwards at all hazards.'
---------------
toss in the air. 'You no sooner come, Mr. Weller, than you go again.'
---------------
it was somehow or other indispensably necessary for her to go to her
---------------
behaved himself, like dirt,' replied Lowten. 'He said he must go along
---------------
* 'When do they go to Liverpool?' inquired Mr. Pickwick, half aside to
---------------
the door, for fear I should go to sleep,' said the boy. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
* 'Nothing,'replied Mr. Pickwick. 'Pray go on.'
---------------
'Don't go yet,' urged the fat boy. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
---------------
'What did you go away for?'
---------------
a rum sort o' thing, Sammy, to go a-hankerin' arter anybody's property,
---------------
for if he keeps it, he'll go a-lendin' it to somebody, or inwestin'
---------------
to Mr. Pickwick and whispering in his ear--'p'raps it'll go a little
---------------
intensity of inquiry that does not go often with grey hairs. That alone
---------------
* "The secret is," he said; and then stopped as if unable to go on. Then
---------------
seems to look for the traffic to go to the right instead of the left.
---------------
the servant: "But you can go into the house and ring up St. Dominic's
---------------
* "Let us go into the house," said Bagshaw abruptly.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
wrong moral to his rather thundering sermon. If he lets himself go like
---------------
-air might have known an artist would want to go there, just as a child
---------------
* After a moment he went on: "Let's go back to that theory of yours, which
---------------
stop to open the garden door and go out alone on the deserted side of
---------------
* "But we know he did go out of the house," replied his companion,
---------------
decline; I've got to go on to Benediction in a few minutes."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
* "I'm sure Smith wants to go flying," urged Carver. "It's the dream of
---------------
his life. Come, Smith, go over to Holmgate and see your sister. You know
---------------
you ought to go and see your sister. Go over and stay the night if you
---------------
analysed the motive that made her go to the front door herself. On the
---------------
"Suspecting Smith, I wanted to get him out of the way and go through his
---------------
them. As yet I've nothing to go on to prove the man's innocence, except
---------------
* "It will go far, as well as fast, to-night," said Father Brown.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
him go motoring with Bankes at all; if he was really going burgling, he
---------------
* "Let us go back," said Father Brown, "and look at the thing through
---------------
to go abroad. (Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
As the golden birds go back to the tree
---------------
ought to outstrip him in a flash with motors and telephones that go a
---------------
* "Very well," answered Father Brown, "then I think we'll go indoors
---------------
ourselves and go outside."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
employer, could go on saying for days that something ought to be done,
---------------
bigamy and blackmail often go together, of course. But she may be
---------------
* "We can go back and see, if you like," said Jarvis; and they descended
---------------
* "Yes," she replied promptly. "Saw him go into his little room at the end
---------------
business I ever had; but I've got to go through with it. Would you go
---------------
like to go up to the house now and have a talk to Dr. Abbott."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
* "You observe that two men, an older and a younger, go about together and
---------------
didn't go north amd see his old father; I could hear from the old man's
---------------
* "You must expect everything to go slowly in a place like this," said
---------------
don't you go after him? Why should you hang about in this desolate hole
---------------
* "There you go again!" said Lady Mounteagle. "Years ago, when I was in
---------------
mountebank; I'd rather go and throw at coco-nuts."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
---------------
* "We'll go there, if you like," said the lady, briskly. "You really ought
---------------
* "Now we've got him, anyhow," said Hunter, letting go with a sigh. "We've
---------------
pride; "but we needn't go back on all that. It's not raining now, but I
---------------
* "I think, Lady Outram," said the priest gravely, "you had better go with
---------------
people might possibly, in certain cases, encourage a man to go regularly
---------------
charity deserts them. Go on your own primrose path pardoning all your
---------------
about how I generally go to work. Some of your countrymen have
---------------
miscarriages of justice. Well, you can go back and tell them that I do
---------------
all systems are go
= tutto è pronto! è fatta! ,
---------------
all systems go
= pronti al decollo! ,
---------------
anybody who wants to can go
= chiunque lo desideri , può andare ,
---------------
anyone who wants to can go
= chiunque lo desideri , può andare ,
---------------
anywhere you go
= dovunque tu vada ,
---------------
as people go
= vista la qualità media della gente ,
---------------
as things go
= stando così le cose , visto l'andazzo generale ,
---------------
as times go
= coi tempi che corrono , dati i tempi , considerando come va il mondo ,
---------------
be careful not to go wrong
= stai attento a non sgarrare! ,
---------------
before i go
= prima di andare , prima che io vada ,
---------------
before i go i wuold like to say that
= prima di andare vorrei dire che , prima che io vada vorrei dire che ,
---------------
big enough to go out alone
= abbastanza grande da uscire da solo ,
---------------
choose not to go
= scegliere di non andare ,
---------------
chooses not to go
= sceglie di non andare ,
---------------
choosing not to go
= scegliendo di non andare ,
---------------
chosen not to go
= scelto di non andare ,
---------------
come and go
= andare e venire, essere di passaggio, essere transitorio ,
---------------
could you go at once
= potresti andare subito? potreste andare subito? ,
---------------
did they go so far
= sono arrivati fino a questo punto? sono arrivati a tanto? ,
---------------
did you go anywhere nice
= sei stato in qualche bel posto? ,
---------------
don't go about with that crowd
= non andare in giro con quella combriccola ,
---------------
don't go out in the wet
= non uscire con la pioggia! ,
---------------
don't go to that shop
= non andare in quel negozio ,
---------------
don't go too far afield
= non andare lontano da casa ,
---------------
doubt whether to go or stay
= essere in dubbio se andare o restare ,
---------------
doubted whether to go or stay
= stato in dubbio se andare o restare ,
---------------
doubting whether to go or stay
= essendo in dubbio se andare o restare ,
---------------
doubts whether to go or stay
= è in dubbio se andare o restare ,
---------------
drink wouldn't go amiss
= un bicchiere non ci starebbe male! ,
---------------
easy come easy go
= presto avuto, presto perduto ,
---------------
full of go
= pieno di brio, pieno d'energia, pieno di vigore ,
---------------
he'll go far
= farà strada, andrà lontano,
---------------
i am anxious to go on holiday
= sono impaziente d'andare in vacanza,
---------------
i am dying to go to sea
= desidero ardentemente di diventare un marinaio,
---------------
i am uncertain wheter to go or not
= sono indeciso se andare o no,
---------------
i cannot choose but go there
= devo proprio andarci,
---------------
i had better go
= farei meglio ad andare,
---------------
i was debating with myself whether to go or not
= riflettevo fra me se andare o no,
---------------
i would as soon go as stay
= mi è indifferente andare o restare,
---------------
i would go as soon as not
= mi è indifferente andare o restare,
---------------
i'd better go
= farei meglio ad andare,
---------------
i'll go with you for company
= verrò con te per farti compagnia,
---------------
i've got to go
= devo andare,
---------------
i've got to go now
= adesso devo andare,
---------------
igs
= internet go server, igs,
---------------
it was all go
= c'era grande movimento,
---------------
it will go to the highest bidder
= sarà aggiudicato al migliore offerente,
---------------
it's all go here
= qui si lavora sempre!,
---------------
let go the anchor
= mollare l'ancora,
---------------
let it go at that
= lasciamo perdere , non voglio discutere più,
---------------
let me go
= lasciami andare! mollami!,
---------------
let's go for a gallop
= andiamo a fare una galoppata!,
---------------
lets go the anchor
= molla l'ancora,
---------------
letting go the anchor
= mollando l'ancora,
---------------
light come light go
= presto avuto, presto perduto,
---------------
on the go
= in piena attività, a pieno ritmo,
---------------
perhaps we can go out sometimes
= magari possiamo uscire insieme qualche volta,
---------------
there is a year to go yet before
= c'è ancora un anno prima ,
---------------
they didn't go anyplace
= non sono andati da nessuna parte ,
---------------
they didn't go anyplace this weekend
= non sono andati da nessuna parte questo fine settimana ,
---------------
they didn't go anywhere
= non sono andati da nessuna parte ,
---------------
they didn't go anywhere this weekend
= non sono andati da nessuna parte questo fine settimana ,
---------------
too young to go to school yet
= troppo piccolo per andare a scuola ,
---------------
uncertain whether to go or out
= indeciso se andare o no ,
---------------
Coniugazione:1 - camminare
Ausiliare:avere intransitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io cammino
tu cammini
egli cammina
noi camminiamo
voi camminate
essi camminano
Imperfetto
io camminavo
tu camminavi
egli camminava
noi camminavamo
voi camminavate
essi camminavano
Passato remoto
io camminai
tu camminasti
egli camminò
noi camminammo
voi camminaste
essi camminarono
Passato prossimo
io ho camminato
tu hai camminato
egli ha camminato
noi abbiamo camminato
voi avete camminato
essi hanno camminato
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo camminato
tu avevi camminato
egli aveva camminato
noi avevamo camminato
voi avevate camminato
essi avevano camminato
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi camminato
tu avesti camminato
egli ebbe camminato
noi avemmo camminato
voi eveste camminato
essi ebbero camminato
Futuro semplice
io camminerò
tu camminerai
egli camminerà
noi cammineremo
voi camminerete
essi cammineranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò camminato
tu avrai camminato
egli avrà camminato
noi avremo camminato
voi avrete camminato
essi avranno camminato
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io cammini
che tu cammini
che egli cammini
che noi camminiamo
che voi camminiate
che essi camminino
Passato
che io abbia camminato
che tu abbia camminato
che egli abbia camminato
che noi abbiamo camminato
che voi abbiate camminato
che essi abbiano camminato
Imperfetto
che io camminassi
che tu camminassi
che egli camminasse
che noi camminassimo
che voi camminaste
che essi camminassero
Trapassato
che io avessi camminato
che tu avessi camminato
che egli avesse camminato
che noi avessimo camminato
che voi aveste camminato
che essi avessero camminato
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io camminerei
tu cammineresti
egli camminerebbe
noi cammineremmo
voi camminereste
essi camminerebbero
Passato
io avrei camminato
tu avresti camminato
egli avrebbe camminato
noi avremmo camminato
voi avreste camminato
essi avrebbero camminato
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
cammina
cammini
camminiamo
camminate
camminino
Futuro
-
camminerai
camminerà
cammineremo
camminerete
cammineranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
camminare
Passato
avere camminato
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
camminante
Passato
camminato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
camminando
Passato
avendo camminato
Verb: to go-went-gone
Ausiliar: to have - intransitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I go on...
you go on...
he/she/it goes on...
we go on...
you go on...
they go on...
Simple past
I went on...
you went on...
he/she/it went on...
we went on...
you went on...
they went on...
Simple past
I went on...
you went on...
he/she/it went on...
we went on...
you went on...
they went on...
Present perfect
I have gone on...
you have gone on...
he/she/it has gone on...
we have gone on...
you have gone on...
they have gone on...
Past perfect
I had gone on...
you had gone on...
he/she/it had gone on...
we had gone on...
you had gone on...
they had gone on...
Past perfect
I had gone on...
you had gone on...
he/she/it had gone on...
we had gone on...
you had gone on...
they had gone on...
Simple future
I will go on...
you will go on...
he/she/it will go on...
we will go on...
you will go on...
they will go on...
Future perfect
I will have gone on...
you will have gone on...
he/she/it will have gone on...
we will have gone on...
you will have gone on...
they will have gone on...
Present continuous
I am going on...
you are going on...
he/she/it is going on...
we are going on...
you are going on...
they are going on...
Past simple continuous
I was going on...
you were going on...
he/she/it was going on...
we were going on...
you were going on...
they were going on...
Future continuous
I will be going on...
you will be going on...
he/she/it will be going on...
we will be going on...
you will be going on...
they will be going on...
Future perfect continuous
I will have been going on...
you will have been going on...
he/she/it will have been going on...
we will have been going on...
you will have been going on...
they will have been going on...
Present perfect continuous
I have been going on...
you have been going on...
he/she/it has been going on...
we have been going on...
you have been going on...
they have been going on...
Past perfect continuous
I had been going on...
you had been going on...
he/she/it had been going on...
we had been going on...
you had been going on...
they had been going on...
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I go on...
That you go on...
That he/she/it go on...
That we go on...
That you go on...
That they go on...
Present perfect
That I have gone on...
That you have gone on...
That he/she/it have gone on...
That we have gone on...
That you have gone on...
That they have gone on...
Simple past
That I went on...
That you went on...
That he/she/it went on...
That we went on...
That you went on...
That they went on...
Past perfect
That I had gone on...
That you had gone on...
That he/she/it had gone on...
That we had gone on...
That you had gone on...
That they had gone on...
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would go on...
you would go on...
we would go on...
we would go on...
you would go on...
they would go on...
Past
I would have gone
you would have gone
he/she/it would have gone
we would have gone
you would have gone
they would have gone
Present continous
I would be going on...
you would be going on...
we would be going on...
we would be going on...
you would be going on...
they would be going on...
Past continous
I would have been going
you would have been going
he/she/it would have been going
we would have been going
you would have been going
they would have been going
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me go on...
go on...
let him go on...
let us go on...
go on...
let them go on...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to go
Past
to have gone
Present continous
to be going
Perfect continous
to have been going
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
going
Past
gone
Perfect
having gone
Affermative - GERUND
Present
going
Past
having gone
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not go on...
you do not go on...
he/she/it does not goes on...
we do not go on...
you do not go on...
they do not go on...
Simple past
I did not go on...
you did not go on...
he/she/it did not go on...
we did not go on...
you did not go on...
they did not go on...
Simple past
I did not go on...
you did not go on...
he/she/it did not go on...
we did not go on...
you did not go on...
they did not go on...
Present perfect
I have not gone on...
you have not gone on...
he/she/it has not gone on...
we have not gone on...
you have not gone on...
they have not gone on...
Past perfect
I had not gone on...
you had not gone on...
he/she/it had not gone on...
we had not gone on...
you had not gone on...
they had not gone on...
Past perfect
I had not gone on...
you had not gone on...
he/she/it had not gone on...
we had not gone on...
you had not gone on...
they had not gone on...
Simple future
I will not go on...
you will not go on...
he/she/it will not go on...
we will not go on...
you will not go on...
they will not go on...
Future perfect
I will not have gone on...
you will not have gone on...
he/she/it will not have gone on...
we will not have gone on...
you will not have gone on...
they will not have gone on...
Present continuous
I am not going on...
you are not going on...
he/she/it is not going on...
we are not going on...
you are not going on...
they are not going on...
Past simple continuous
I was not going on...
you were not going on...
he/she/it was not going on...
we were not going on...
you were not going on...
they were not going on...
Future continuous
I will not be going on...
you will not be going on...
he/she/it will not be going on...
we will not be going on...
you will not be going on...
they will not be going on...
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been going on...
you will not have been going on...
he/she/it will not have been going on...
we will not have been going on...
you will not have been going on...
they will not have been going on...
Present perfect continuous
I have not been going on...
you have not been going on...
he/she/it has not been going on...
we have not been going on...
you have not been going on...
they have not been going on...
Past perfect continuous
I had not been going on...
you had not been going on...
he/she/it had not been going on...
we had not been going on...
you had not been going on...
they had not been going on...
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not go on...
That you do not go on...
That he/she/it does not go on...
That we do not go on...
That you do not go on...
That they do not go on...
Present perfect
That I have not gone on...
That you have not gone on...
That he/she/it have not gone on...
That we have not gone on...
That you have not gone on...
That they have not gone on...
Simple past
That I did not go on...
That you did not go on...
That he/she/it did not go on...
That we did not go on...
That you did not go on...
That they did not go on...
Past perfect
That I had not gone on...
That you had not gone on...
That he/she/it had not gone on...
That we had not gone on...
That you had not gone on...
That they had not gone on...
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not go on...
you would not go on...
we would not go on...
we would not go on...
you would not go on...
they would not go on...
Past
I would not have gone
you would not have gone
he/she/it would not have gone
we would not have gone
you would not have gone
they would not have gone
Present continous
I would not be going on...
you would not be going on...
we would not be going on...
we would not be going on...
you would not be going on...
they would not be going on...
Past continous
I would not have been going
you would not have been going
he/she/it would not have been going
we would not have been going
you would not have been going
they would not have been going
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me go on...
do not go on...
do not let him go on...
do not let us go on...
do not go on...
do not let them go on...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to go
Past
not to have gone
Present continous
not to be going
Perfect continous
not to have been going
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not going
Past
not gone
Perfect
not having gone
Negative - GERUND
Present
not going
Past
not having gone
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I go on...?
do you go on...?
does she/he/it goes on...?
do we go on...?
do you go on...?
do they go on...?
Simple past
did I go on...?
did you go on...?
did she/he/it go on...?
did we go on...?
did you go on...?
did they go on...?
Simple past
did I go on...?
did you go on...?
did she/he/it go on...?
did we go on...?
did you go on...?
did they go on...?
Present perfect
have I gone on...?
have you gone on...?
has she/he/it gone on...?
have we gone on...?
have you gone on...?
have they gone on...?
Past perfect
had I gone on...?
had you gone on...?
had she/he/it gone on...?
had we gone on...?
had you gone on...?
had they gone on...?
Past perfect
had I gone on...?
had you gone on...?
had she/he/it gone on...?
had we gone on...?
had you gone on...?
had they gone on...?
Simple future
will I go on...?
will you go on...?
will she/he/it go on...?
will we go on...?
will you go on...?
will they go on...?
Future perfect
will I have gone on...?
will you have gone on...?
will she/he/it have gone on...?
will we have gone on...?
will you have gone on...?
will they have gone on...?
Present continuous
am I going on...?
are you going on...?
is she/he/it going on...?
are we going on...?
are you going on...?
are they going on...?
Past simple continuous
was I going on...?
were you going on...?
was she/he/it going on...?
were we going on...?
were you going on...?
were they going on...?
Future continuous
will I be going on...?
will you be going on...?
will she/he/it be going on...?
will we be going on...?
will you be going on...?
will they be going on...?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been going on...?
will you have been going on...?
will she/he/it have been going on...?
will we have been going on...?
will you have been going on...?
will they have been going on...?
Present perfect continuous
have I been going on...?
have you been going on...?
has she/he/it been going on...?
have we been going on...?
have you been going on...?
have they been going on...?
Past perfect continuous
had I been going on...?
had you been going on...?
had she/he/it been going on...?
had we been going on...?
had you been going on...?
had they been going on...?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I go on...?
That do you go on...?
That does she/he/it go on...?
That do we go on...?
That do you go on...?
That do they go on...?
Present perfect
That have I gone on...?
That have you gone on...?
That have she/he/it gone on...?
That have we gone on...?
That have you gone on...?
That have they gone on...?
Simple past
That did I go on...?
That did you go on...?
That did she/he/it go on...?
That did we go on...?
That did you go on...?
That did they go on...?
Past perfect
That had I gone on...?
That had you gone on...?
That had she/he/it gone on...?
That had we gone on...?
That had you gone on...?
That had they gone on...?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I go on...?
would you go on...?
would she/he/it go on...?
would we go on...?
would you go on...?
would they go on...?
Past
would I have gone?
would you have gone?
would she/he/it have gone?
would we have gone?
would you have gone?
would they have gone?
Present continous
would I be going on...?
would you be going on...?
would she/he/it be going on...?
would we be going on...?
would you be going on...?
would they be going on...?
Past continous
would I have been going?
would you have been going?
would she/he/it have been going?
would we have been going?
would you have been going?
would they have been going?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not go on...?
do you not go on...?
does she/he/it not goes on...?
do we not go on...?
do you not go on...?
do they not go on...?
Simple past
did I not go on...?
did you not go on...?
did she/he/it not go on...?
did we not go on...?
did you not go on...?
did they not go on...?
Simple past
did I not go on...?
did you not go on...?
did she/he/it not go on...?
did we not go on...?
did you not go on...?
did they not go on...?
Present perfect
have I not gone on...?
have you not gone on...?
has she/he/it not gone on...?
have we not gone on...?
have you not gone on...?
have they not gone on...?
Past perfect
had I not gone on...?
had you not gone on...?
had she/he/it not gone on...?
had we not gone on...?
had you not gone on...?
had they not gone on...?
Past perfect
had I not gone on...?
had you not gone on...?
had she/he/it not gone on...?
had we not gone on...?
had you not gone on...?
had they not gone on...?
Simple future
will I not go on...?
will you not go on...?
will she/he/it not go on...?
will we not go on...?
will you not go on...?
will they not go on...?
Future perfect
will I not have gone on...?
will you not have gone on...?
will she/he/it not have gone on...?
will we not have gone on...?
will you not have gone on...?
will they not have gone on...?
Present continuous
am I not going on...?
are you not going on...?
is she/he/it not going on...?
are we not going on...?
are you not going on...?
are they not going on...?
Past simple continuous
was I not going on...?
were you not going on...?
was she/he/it not going on...?
were we not going on...?
were you not going on...?
were they not going on...?
Future continuous
will I not be going on...?
will you not be going on...?
will she/he/it not be going on...?
will we not be going on...?
will you not be going on...?
will they not be going on...?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been going on...?
will you not have been going on...?
will she/he/it not have been going on...?
will we not have been going on...?
will you not have been going on...?
will they not have been going on...?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been going on...?
have you not been going on...?
has she/he/it not been going on...?
have we not been going on...?
have you not been going on...?
have they not been going on...?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been going on...?
had you not been going on...?
had she/he/it not been going on...?
had we not been going on...?
had you not been going on...?
had they not been going on...?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not go on...?
That do you not go on...?
That does she/he/it not go on...?
That do we not go on...?
That do you not go on...?
That do they not go on...?
Present perfect
That have I not gone on...?
That have you not gone on...?
That have she/he/it not gone on...?
That have we not gone on...?
That have you not gone on...?
That have they not gone on...?
Simple past
That did I not go on...?
That did you not go on...?
That did she/he/it not go on...?
That did we not go on...?
That did you not go on...?
That did they not go on...?
Past perfect
That had I not gone on...?
That had you not gone on...?
That had she/he/it not gone on...?
That had we not gone on...?
That had you not gone on...?
That had they not gone on...?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not go on...?
would you not go on...?
would she/he/it not go on...?
would we not go on...?
would you not go on...?
would they not go on...?
Past
would I not have gone?
would you not have gone?
would she/he/it not have gone?
would we not have gone?
would you not have gone?
would they not have gone?
Present continous
would I not be going on...?
would you not be going on...?
would she/he/it not be going on...?
would we not be going on...?
would you not be going on...?
would they not be going on...?
Past continous
would I not have been going?
would you not have been going?
would she/he/it not have been going?
would we not have been going?
would you not have been going?
would they not have been going?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present