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Italiano
Vocabolario e frasi
* Formava un disegno di vendetta , l'abbandonava , pensava come soddisfare insieme alla passione , e a ciò che chiamava onore ; e talvolta (vedete un poco !) sentendosi fischiare ancora agli orecchi quell'esordio di profezia , si sentiva venir , come si dice , i bordoni , e stava quasi per deporre il pensiero delle due soddisfazioni .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Quando dunque un amico si procura quella consolazione di deporre un segreto nel seno d'un altro , dà a costui la voglia di procurarsi la stessa consolazione anche lui .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Intanto i parenti e gli amici di Renzo vengono citati a deporre ciò che posson sapere della sua prava qualità: aver nome Tramaglino è una disgrazia , una vergogna , un delitto: il paese è sottosopra .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Perdette, perché il servo del Ciancarella, passato ora al servizio dei Montoro, andò a deporre che aveva chiamato sí Spatolino per incarico del padrone, sant'anima; ma non certo perché il padrone, sant'anima, avesse in mente di dargli l'incarico di costruire quel tabernacolo lí, bensí perché dal giardiniere, ora morto, (guarda combinazione!) aveva sentito dire che Spatolino aveva lui l'intenzione di costruire un tabernacolo proprio lí, dirimpetto al cancello, e aveva voluto avvertirlo che il pezzo di terra dall'altra parte dello stradone gli apparteneva, e che dunque si fosse guardato bene dal costruirvi una minchioneria di quel genere.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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- Vossignoria non ci crede; ma abbiamo tanti testimoni, sa? tutto il vicinato che potrebbe venire a deporre...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Era venuta per deporre.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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E poi, dopo cena, quella sua bocca divenuta brutta, quasi nera sotto i baffi neri un po' brizzolati nel mezzo, che sorriso bello, di paterna tenerezza, aveva saputo trovare nel mostrarle la bimba che gli s'era addormentata sulle ginocchia! E le aveva domandato sottovoce se non sarebbe stato bene provarsi a svestirla pian piano, per andarla a deporre sul suo lettino, là in camera, dove già erano andate a dormire le sorelline maggiori.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Se il rispetto non l'avesse trattenuto, si sarebbe accostato in punta di piedi a deporre un bacio di convulsa gratitudine su quella calvizie, tanto il doloroso raccoglimento del signor Notajo gli era di balsamo al cuore.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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No , non lo ingannavano: ma l'ora non era ancor giunta , ed egli si aggrappava alla vita solo perché aveva paura di deporre il suo peso in casa delle sue padrone .( Grazia Deledda - Canne al vento)
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Un Italiano dimorante in Bordeaux, che, sebbene vecchio, non dispregiava le intenzioni né gli scritti né gli esempi de’ giovani, né li calunniava con rea diffidenza, mostrò desiderio di deporre nell’orecchio di lui alcuni secreti della sua vita. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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* Deponendo il bimbo nella tomba, egli doveva deporre insieme un'altra cosa, nelle mani di lei: gli ultimi resti della sua vita, ecco. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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catadromo
= - pesce d'acqua dolce che va a deporre le uova nel mare
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deponente
= part . pres . di deporre
= che - colui che fa una deposizione
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deposizione
= il deporre - l'essere deposto
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deposto
= part . pass . di deporre .
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detronizzare
= verbo trans . deporre dal trono
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diporre
= deporre .
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femmina
= o poet . femina ,nome generico di ogni individuo umano - o animale portatore di gameti femminili atti a essere fecondati da quelli maschili , e quindi caratterizzato dalla capacità di partorire figli - o deporre uova
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ovopositore
= si dice di organo situato all'estremità dell'addome delle femmine di numerosi insetti , atto a deporre le uova .
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posare
= verbo trans . mettere giù , deporre
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rideporre
= verbo trans. deporre di nuovo.
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scarabeo
= nome commerciale di un gioco nel quale i partecipanti devono deporre a turno sulle caselle di una tavola a scacchi delle tessere su cui è stampata una lettera dell'alfabeto , in modo da formare parole di senso compiuto .
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sfratarsi
= verbo riflessivo deporre la tonaca di frate ,
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sporre
= verbo transitivo spiegare , esporre , porre , deporre ,
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teste
= la persona chiamata a deporre in un processo intorno a fatti - circostanze dei quali sia a diretta conoscenza
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Inglese
Vocabolario e frasi
grown-up daughters, she ought to give over thinking of her own beauty."(Jane Austen - Pride and prejudice )
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humour at present to give consequence to young ladies who are slighted
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very agreeable, and I give you leave to like him. You have liked many a
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well just now, when I was teasing Colonel Forster to give us a ball at
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I give to hear your strictures on them!"
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into the country to give a ball at Netherfield.
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* "Will you give me leave to defer your raptures till I write again? At
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circumstance I were to give a flat denial, and ride off as fast as I
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the next day, "you will give your mother-in-law a few hints, when this
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after assuring the latter of the pleasure it would always give her
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wondered at their coming, and thought them very wrong to give so much
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Wickham, and give him an invitation also, if the family from Longbourn
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* "I have no right to give my opinion," said Wickham, "as to his being
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"Yes. It has often led him to be liberal and generous, to give his money
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been speaking; Mr. Bingley and his sisters came to give their personal
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and those which regulate the clergy; for, give me leave to observe that
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patroness. Twice has she condescended to give me her opinion (unasked
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must give me leave to judge for myself, and pay me the compliment
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* "You must give me leave to flatter myself, my dear cousin, that your
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* She would not give him time to reply, but hurrying instantly to her
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Mrs. Bennet give up the point. She talked to Elizabeth again and again;
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they could give little fortune; and his prospects of future wealth were
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to give her the information herself, and therefore charged Mr. Collins,
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"My dear, do not give way to such gloomy thoughts. Let us hope for
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writer, that could give her any comfort. Miss Darcy's praise occupied
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"My dear Lizzy, do not give way to such feelings as these. They will
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the death of Darcy's father, it was yet in his power to give her fresher
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had such to send as might rather give contentment to her aunt than to
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was not unwelcome for its own sake. The journey would moreover give her
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travellers, without being able to give one accurate idea of anything. We
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the fender, to give an account of their journey, and of all that had
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and regular instruction, and nobody but a governess can give it. It is
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* "Upon my word," said her ladyship, "you give your opinion very decidedly
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to give her opinion of all that she had seen at Rosings, which, for
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Colonel Fitzwilliam, "Your cousin will give you a very pretty notion of
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that you knew to my disadvantage in Hertfordshire--and, give me leave to
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him. It is because he will not give himself the trouble.
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the neighbourhood that he should give up the place entirely, for then we
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* "I should not be surprised," said Darcy, "if he were to give it up as
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never said a great deal, nor did she give herself the trouble of talking
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charge give you much trouble? Young ladies of her age are sometimes a
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* "Did Mr. Darcy give you reasons for this interference?"
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representation of them, let it give you consolation to consider that, to
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been unable to give him a gentleman's education. My father was not only
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Darcy could not have. Here again I shall give you pain--to what degree
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scarcely give them a hearing. They were ignorant, idle, and vain. While
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the leisure and comfort they had built on, they were obliged to give up
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* It is not the object of this work to give a description of Derbyshire,
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can give his sister any pleasure is sure to be done in a moment. There
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not give one an unfavourable idea of his heart. But, to be sure, the
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good lady who showed us his house did give him a most flaming character!
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endeavoured to give pleasure were prepossessed in her favour. Bingley
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of doing wrong, would easily give to those who felt themselves inferior
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disinterested at least, for he must know my father can give her nothing.
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"Let me call your maid. Is there nothing you could take to give you
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Wickham. Can you yourself, Lizzy, so wholly give him up, as to believe
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seemed to give to what was going forward in his family, that he would
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that he had arrived in safety, and to give me his directions, which I
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* "Do not give way to useless alarm," added he; "though it is right to be
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and have no design of marrying, do not let us give the matter over as
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I have not already heard. Give me further particulars. What did Colonel
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especially on Lydia's side, but nothing to give him any alarm. I am so
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their plans, and would not give his real opinion about it. He did not
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packed up. Good-bye. Give my love to Colonel Forster. I hope you will
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authority proceeded; but it was not in her power to give any information
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his companions in the ----shire might be able to give more information;
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who could be pointed out as likely to give any news of him. And in the
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library, in my nightcap and powdering gown, and give as much trouble as
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upon the whole, I hope it will give you satisfaction. Soon after you
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the whole of this business, I will immediately give directions to
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how much he will give her. Stay, stay, I will go myself. Ring the bell,
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Her eldest daughter endeavoured to give some relief to the violence of
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her sister; for since her marriage would so shortly give the
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have pledged myself. And will you give yourself the trouble of carrying
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* It was not to be supposed that time would give Lydia that embarrassment
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did not know what to do, for my uncle was to give me away; and if we
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that would rob him of his borrowed feathers, and give the praise where
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you tell me is to give you great surprise; I hope at least it will not
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you can give you no fresh pain. I talked to her repeatedly in the most
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such a situation would give pleasure to either, or make either appear to
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* "If he does not come to me, then," said she, "I shall give him up for
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entreaty that she would not give in to it. In a few minutes, Mrs.
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know that what I have to relate will give such pleasure to all my dear
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her turn was coming soon. Mrs. Bennet could not give her consent or
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"If you were to give me forty such men, I never could be so happy as
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* "And I certainly never shall give it. I am not to be intimidated into
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were excited by his marrying me, it would not give me one moment's
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Elizabeth was forced to give into a little falsehood here; for to
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Bingley of coming again to Netherfield must give way.
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it. I shall then give over every expectation, every wish of his
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family objections on the part of my cousin, she would never give her
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to give the speediest intelligence of this to my cousin, that she and
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writing, I would not give up Mr. Collins's correspondence for any
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think better of me? Did you, on reading it, give any credit to its
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* "I knew," said he, "that what I wrote must give you pain, but it was
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* "I cannot give you credit for any philosophy of the kind. Your
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"Very, very much. Nothing could give either Bingley or myself more
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condescended to ask. I now give it to you, if you are resolved on
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to you without rather wishing to give you pain than not. Now be sincere;
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ought to be done, and if you will give me a sheet of paper, it shall be
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But now suppose as much as you choose; give a loose rein to your
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which local scenery or associations may give rise, to the Pickwick Club,
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assault him, gets three witnesses here to prove it. But I'll give it
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coward--a liar--a--a--will nothing induce you to give me your card,
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your firm refusal to give your card to Doctor Slammer, I was desired by
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unconsciously pledging himself not to give information; 'don't swear,
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this matter--do not give information to the local authorities--do not
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bystanders invariably give to the smallest boy in a street fight,
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happy to give him satisfaction immediately.'
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'It will give me great pleasure, I am sure,' replied Doctor Slammer,
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in the presence of these gentlemen, whether you choose to give me your
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* Mr. Pickwick, we say, was completely exhausted, and about to give up the
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I'll give you plenty of it. Joe--damn that boy, he's gone to sleep
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too--cleared away the colonel--wouldn't give in--faithful
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'Emma, give Mr. Pickwick a shawl to tie round his neck--make haste. Look
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all. If every man on the line as has a guinea give him, earns it half
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friend here (pointing to the other plump gentleman) will give you half a
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this--it'll do you good--don't give way so--there's a love,' etc.
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* 'I'll give you ten shillings for it, at once,' said Mr. Pickwick, 'if
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live long; but the thought that before her death she might give birth
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we give a public breakfast--a FETE CHAMPETRE--to a great number of those
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by the very warmth of his own good feelings to give his consent to a
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than that if people give fancy-balls in the day-time, and the dresses
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with the people who give the fancy-balls, and is in no wise chargeable
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voice--'you give yourself a great deal of unnecessary trouble, Mrs.
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'Do!' said Sam; 'di-wulge to the missis, and give up your master.'
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'He is, sir, very right,' said Mr. Trotter, 'and I will give way
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'The wall is very low, sir, and your servant will give you a leg up.'
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'My servant will give me a leg up,' repeated Mr. Pickwick mechanically.
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these here premises as has said so, I shall be wery happy to give 'em
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a jovial party on the first, and we'll give Winkle another chance--eh,
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Pott's mind, he forbore to give utterance to them, and contented himself
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* 'My dear,' remonstrated Mr. Pott, 'do not give way to these sensitive
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'I'll give directions for the commencement of an action for false
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no longer exists, but there is enough of it left to give rise to
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her shawl, give vent to the tears that blinded her; for no expression
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to the box; t'other leg, Sir, that's it; give us your hand, Sir. Up with
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sir, very painful. Don't mind me, Mr. Pickwick, if you wish to give vent
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* 'It is very distressing to me, Sir, to give this information,' said Miss
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notice terminates my tenancy. Here it is, written out. Give it, and tell
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the interruption; 'first, to give my governor's notice--there it is.
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things is to be put together, and give to anybody as we sends for 'em.
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If he didn't give it me, I took it, for fear I should be led to do
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* Sam felt very strongly disposed to give the reverend Mr. Stiggins
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for a couple of hours arter tea; so we'll just give ourselves a damp,
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* 'Come,' said Wardle, 'a song--a Christmas song! I'll give you one, in
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Give three cheers for this Christmas old!
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solemnly declare. So here goes, to give the goblin a fair start in a new
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* 'Nothing like dissecting, to give one an appetite,' said Mr. Bob Sawyer,
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shillings this morning for a Christmas box, Sam. I'll give it you this
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* 'Nothing would give me greater pleasure,' replied Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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Sawyer vehemently. 'She says that if I can afford to give a party I
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remarked Bob Sawyer, with a ghastly smile; 'I fear I must give her
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I owe her, and give her warning to-morrow morning.' Poor fellow! how
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'And I'd give him somethin' as 'ud turpentine and beeswax his memory for
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natural taste for perjury would induce him to give some name which did
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I tender an apology. There's my card. Give me your acquaintance.'
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very glad to set the chair down, and give a good round loud double-knock
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* 'I wish he'd give 'em a squeeze and wake 'em,' observed the long one. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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you would; it won't do, you know; you must not give way to that 'ere
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dandyism, 'I'll give you the ladies; come.'
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I wasn't at home, but if you'd leave a message I'd be sure to give it
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Mr. Winkle's first impulse was to give a violent pull at the nearest
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'Really, Sir,' said Mr. Winkle, hesitating whether to give his hand or
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done, sir, will be for Mr. Weller to give you a hoist up into the tree,
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wouldn't give THAT for his chance of walking about the streets this time
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'what did you give him?'
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* 'There's nothing you want to give out for the man to brush, my dear
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any rate, to give up all design on Mr. Pickwick's purse and wardrobe.
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the subject, it threatened to give rise to fresh altercation, when Mr.
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* 'I'll give bills for the amount, at sixpence a month,' said Sam. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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magnified pound? Wy don't you give in, and tell the Chancellorship that
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Stiggins happening to give a start on the arrival of the negus, brought
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will never give him up, ven vunce they find as he's got money to spend,
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'Here, give me your arm,' said Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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of the room, and requested to give himself an airing in the back yard.
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an opportunity. Mary had to give a month's warning, too, before she
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for'ard by the honourable gen'l'm'n as has jist give over,' said Mr.
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obliged to give them calomel all round, and it would have been certain
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mud which, while it seems to give it a firm standing with the low and
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not to make an effort to keep up, and not give way to that lowness of
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'Certainly,' replied Mr. Pickwick. 'Sam, give your father a chair.'
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'You give me no great encouragement to conclude what I have to say,'
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she's not the young 'ooman I take her for, and I give her up vith
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to volunteer a full explanation this very day; so, if you will give me
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large enough to give the general sense of company or a community. He was
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and I was informed you declined the offer to give a series of lectures
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Chace, lifting his glass thoughtfully. "Can you give me any examples, I
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committed them for want of something to do; for he could give no
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* "I'll get her to give an eye to them," answered the secretary. "To tell
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polite greeting, "I've brought her round to give you a little run. You
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you'd be kind enough to give some-of my friends a run, if you want a
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to give the alarm."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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jewel, and the fantastic outlines of the fiery fishes seemed to give it,
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absurdity of the costly trinkets might give the case considerable
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mice, did not give him that soothing sense of a return to simplicity
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Mrs. Mandeville give quiet directions to Mrs. Sands that she should take
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but said pantomimes paid better. That will give you about a measure of
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* "Of course I can give you a box if you wish it," said Mandeville
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* "That would give us the motive of jealousy over his bigamous
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you will come with me, I think I can give you his address and --and tell
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as his aristocratic friends had persuaded him to give up the great scoop
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something to-day about Christian charity. You seemed to me to give it
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Couldn't you give me any letter of introduction for your friends in London
= non potresti darmi qualche lettera di presentazione per i tuoi amici di Londra ?
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can you give
= puoi darmi,,, ,
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can you give me change for a 5-pound note
= puoi darmi spiccioli per un biglietto da cinque sterline? ,
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do give over
= smettila! piantala! ,
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don't give away my secret
= non tradire il mio segreto! ,
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don't give her too much money
= non darle troppo denaro ,
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don't give him too much money
= non dargli troppo denaro ,
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don't give in to despair
= non cedere alla disperazione! ,
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don't give in to her opinion
= non lasciarti convincere da lei! ,
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don't give in to his opinion
= non lasciarti convincere da lui! ,
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don't give it a moment's thought
= non farci caso! non curartene! ,
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don't give the game away
= non scoprire il tuo gioco! ,
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don't give up your friends
= non abbandonare gli amici! ,
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don't give way to tears
= non cedere al pianto ,
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i asked her to give me some advice
= le chiesi dei consigli,
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i do not give a curse for it
= non me ne importa un accidente,
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i don't give a damn
= non m'importa niente, non me ne importa un fico secco, non m'importa un accidente,
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i don't give a fuck !
= non me ne frega un cazzo !,
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i would give my ears
= darei gli occhi , darei la vita ,
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i would give my right arm
= dare il mio braccio destro , farei di tutto ,
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i would give my right arm for
= dare il mio braccio destro per, farei di tutto per,
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i would give my right arm to do
= dare il mio braccio destro per, farei di tutto per fare,
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i wouldn't give it to just anybody
= non lo darei a chiunque,
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i'd give anything to
= farei qualsiasi cosa per,
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i'd give anything to get that job
= farei qualsiasi cosa per avere quel lavoro,
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i'll give it a bash
= ci provo!,
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Coniugazione:2 - deporre
Ausiliare:avere transitivo/intransitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io depongo
tu deponi
egli depone
noi deponiamo
voi deponete
essi depongono
Imperfetto
io deponevo
tu deponevi
egli deponeva
noi deponevamo
voi deponevate
essi deponevano
Passato remoto
io deposi
tu deponesti
egli depose
noi deponemmo
voi deponeste
essi deposero
Passato prossimo
io ho deposto
tu hai deposto
egli ha deposto
noi abbiamo deposto
voi avete deposto
essi hanno deposto
Trapassato prossimo
io avevo deposto
tu avevi deposto
egli aveva deposto
noi avevamo deposto
voi avevate deposto
essi avevano deposto
Trapassato remoto
io ebbi deposto
tu avesti deposto
egli ebbe deposto
noi avemmo deposto
voi eveste deposto
essi ebbero deposto
Futuro semplice
io deporrò
tu deporrai
egli deporrà
noi deporremo
voi deporrete
essi deporranno
Futuro anteriore
io avrò deposto
tu avrai deposto
egli avrà deposto
noi avremo deposto
voi avrete deposto
essi avranno deposto
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io deponga
che tu deponga
che egli deponga
che noi deponiamo
che voi deponiate
che essi depongano
Passato
che io abbia deposto
che tu abbia deposto
che egli abbia deposto
che noi abbiamo deposto
che voi abbiate deposto
che essi abbiano deposto
Imperfetto
che io deponessi
che tu deponessi
che egli deponesse
che noi deponessimo
che voi deponeste
che essi deponessero
Trapassato
che io avessi deposto
che tu avessi deposto
che egli avesse deposto
che noi avessimo deposto
che voi aveste deposto
che essi avessero deposto
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io deporrei
tu deporresti
egli deporrebbe
noi deporremmo
voi deporreste
essi deporrebbero
Passato
io avrei deposto
tu avresti deposto
egli avrebbe deposto
noi avremmo deposto
voi avreste deposto
essi avrebbero deposto
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
deponi
deponga
deponiamo
deponete
depongano
Futuro
-
deporrai
deporrà
deporremo
deporrete
deporranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
deporre
Passato
avere deposto
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
deponente
Passato
deposto
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
deponendo
Passato
avendo deposto
INDICATIVO - passivo
Presente
io sono deposto
tu sei deposto
egli é deposto
noi siamo deposti
voi siete deposti
essi sono deposti
Imperfetto
io ero deposto
tu eri deposto
egli era deposto
noi eravamo deposti
voi eravate deposti
essi erano deposti
Passato remoto
io fui deposto
tu fosti deposto
egli fu deposto
noi fummo deposti
voi foste deposti
essi furono deposti
Passato prossimo
io sono stato deposto
tu sei stato deposto
egli é stato deposto
noi siamo stati deposti
voi siete stati deposti
essi sono stati deposti
Trapassato prossimo
io ero stato deposto
tu eri stato deposto
egli era stato deposto
noi eravamo stati deposti
voi eravate stati deposti
essi erano statideposti
Trapassato remoto
io fui stato deposto
tu fosti stato deposto
egli fu stato deposto
noi fummo stati deposti
voi foste stati deposti
essi furono stati deposti
Futuro semplice
io sarò deposto
tu sarai deposto
egli sarà deposto
noi saremo deposti
voi sarete deposti
essi saranno deposti
Futuro anteriore
io sarò stato deposto
tu sarai stato deposto
egli sarà stato deposto
noi saremo stati deposti
voi sarete stati deposti
essi saranno stati deposti
CONGIUNTIVO - passivo
Presente
che io sia deposto
che tu sia deposto
che egli sia deposto
che noi siamo deposti
che voi siate deposti
che essi siano deposti
Passato
che io sia stato deposto
che tu sia stato deposto
che egli sia stato deposto
che noi siamo stati deposti
che voi siate stati deposti
che essi siano stati deposti
Imperfetto
che io fossi deposto
che tu fossi deposto
che egli fosse deposto
che noi fossimo deposti
che voi foste deposti
che essi fossero deposti
Trapassato
che io fossi stato deposto
che tu fossi stato deposto
che egli fosse stato deposto
che noi fossimo stati deposti
che voi foste stati deposti
che essi fossero stati deposti
CONDIZIONALE - passivo
Presente
io sarei deposto
tu saresti deposto
egli sarebbe deposto
noi saremmo deposti
voi sareste deposti
essi sarebbero deposti
Passato
io sarei stato deposto
tu saresti stato deposto
egli sarebbe stato deposto
noi saremmo stati deposti
voi sareste stati deposti
essi sarebbero stati deposti
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - passivo
Presente
-
sii deposto
sia deposto
siamo deposti
siate deposti
siano deposti
Futuro
-
sarai deposto
sarà deposto
saremo deposti
sarete deposti
saranno deposti
INFINITO - passivo
Presente
essere deposto
Passato
essere stato deposto
PARTICIPIO - passivo
Presente
-
Passato
deposto
 
 
GERUNDIO - passivo
Presente
essendo deposto
Passato
essendo stato deposto
Verb: to give-gave-given
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I give evidence
you give evidence
he/she/it gives evidence
we give evidence
you give evidence
they give evidence
Simple past
I gave evidence
you gave evidence
he/she/it gave evidence
we gave evidence
you gave evidence
they gave evidence
Simple past
I gave evidence
you gave evidence
he/she/it gave evidence
we gave evidence
you gave evidence
they gave evidence
Present perfect
I have given evidence
you have given evidence
he/she/it has given evidence
we have given evidence
you have given evidence
they have given evidence
Past perfect
I had given evidence
you had given evidence
he/she/it had given evidence
we had given evidence
you had given evidence
they had given evidence
Past perfect
I had given evidence
you had given evidence
he/she/it had given evidence
we had given evidence
you had given evidence
they had given evidence
Simple future
I will give evidence
you will give evidence
he/she/it will give evidence
we will give evidence
you will give evidence
they will give evidence
Future perfect
I will have given evidence
you will have given evidence
he/she/it will have given evidence
we will have given evidence
you will have given evidence
they will have given evidence
Present continuous
I am giving evidence
you are giving evidence
he/she/it is giving evidence
we are giving evidence
you are giving evidence
they are giving evidence
Past simple continuous
I was giving evidence
you were giving evidence
he/she/it was giving evidence
we were giving evidence
you were giving evidence
they were giving evidence
Future continuous
I will be giving evidence
you will be giving evidence
he/she/it will be giving evidence
we will be giving evidence
you will be giving evidence
they will be giving evidence
Future perfect continuous
I will have been giving evidence
you will have been giving evidence
he/she/it will have been giving evidence
we will have been giving evidence
you will have been giving evidence
they will have been giving evidence
Present perfect continuous
I have been giving evidence
you have been giving evidence
he/she/it has been giving evidence
we have been giving evidence
you have been giving evidence
they have been giving evidence
Past perfect continuous
I had been giving evidence
you had been giving evidence
he/she/it had been giving evidence
we had been giving evidence
you had been giving evidence
they had been giving evidence
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I give evidence
That you give evidence
That he/she/it give evidence
That we give evidence
That you give evidence
That they give evidence
Present perfect
That I have given evidence
That you have given evidence
That he/she/it have given evidence
That we have given evidence
That you have given evidence
That they have given evidence
Simple past
That I gave evidence
That you gave evidence
That he/she/it gave evidence
That we gave evidence
That you gave evidence
That they gave evidence
Past perfect
That I had given evidence
That you had given evidence
That he/she/it had given evidence
That we had given evidence
That you had given evidence
That they had given evidence
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would give evidence
you would give evidence
we would give evidence
we would give evidence
you would give evidence
they would give evidence
Past
I would have given
you would have given
he/she/it would have given
we would have given
you would have given
they would have given
Present continous
I would be giving evidence
you would be giving evidence
we would be giving evidence
we would be giving evidence
you would be giving evidence
they would be giving evidence
Past continous
I would have been giving
you would have been giving
he/she/it would have been giving
we would have been giving
you would have been giving
they would have been giving
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me give evidence
give evidence
let him give evidence
let us give evidence
give evidence
let them give evidence
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to give
Past
to have given
Present continous
to be giving
Perfect continous
to have been giving
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
giving
Past
given
Perfect
having given
Affermative - GERUND
Present
giving
Past
having given
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not give evidence
you do not give evidence
he/she/it does not gives evidence
we do not give evidence
you do not give evidence
they do not give evidence
Simple past
I did not give evidence
you did not give evidence
he/she/it did not give evidence
we did not give evidence
you did not give evidence
they did not give evidence
Simple past
I did not give evidence
you did not give evidence
he/she/it did not give evidence
we did not give evidence
you did not give evidence
they did not give evidence
Present perfect
I have not given evidence
you have not given evidence
he/she/it has not given evidence
we have not given evidence
you have not given evidence
they have not given evidence
Past perfect
I had not given evidence
you had not given evidence
he/she/it had not given evidence
we had not given evidence
you had not given evidence
they had not given evidence
Past perfect
I had not given evidence
you had not given evidence
he/she/it had not given evidence
we had not given evidence
you had not given evidence
they had not given evidence
Simple future
I will not give evidence
you will not give evidence
he/she/it will not give evidence
we will not give evidence
you will not give evidence
they will not give evidence
Future perfect
I will not have given evidence
you will not have given evidence
he/she/it will not have given evidence
we will not have given evidence
you will not have given evidence
they will not have given evidence
Present continuous
I am not giving evidence
you are not giving evidence
he/she/it is not giving evidence
we are not giving evidence
you are not giving evidence
they are not giving evidence
Past simple continuous
I was not giving evidence
you were not giving evidence
he/she/it was not giving evidence
we were not giving evidence
you were not giving evidence
they were not giving evidence
Future continuous
I will not be giving evidence
you will not be giving evidence
he/she/it will not be giving evidence
we will not be giving evidence
you will not be giving evidence
they will not be giving evidence
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been giving evidence
you will not have been giving evidence
he/she/it will not have been giving evidence
we will not have been giving evidence
you will not have been giving evidence
they will not have been giving evidence
Present perfect continuous
I have not been giving evidence
you have not been giving evidence
he/she/it has not been giving evidence
we have not been giving evidence
you have not been giving evidence
they have not been giving evidence
Past perfect continuous
I had not been giving evidence
you had not been giving evidence
he/she/it had not been giving evidence
we had not been giving evidence
you had not been giving evidence
they had not been giving evidence
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not give evidence
That you do not give evidence
That he/she/it does not give evidence
That we do not give evidence
That you do not give evidence
That they do not give evidence
Present perfect
That I have not given evidence
That you have not given evidence
That he/she/it have not given evidence
That we have not given evidence
That you have not given evidence
That they have not given evidence
Simple past
That I did not give evidence
That you did not give evidence
That he/she/it did not give evidence
That we did not give evidence
That you did not give evidence
That they did not give evidence
Past perfect
That I had not given evidence
That you had not given evidence
That he/she/it had not given evidence
That we had not given evidence
That you had not given evidence
That they had not given evidence
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not give evidence
you would not give evidence
we would not give evidence
we would not give evidence
you would not give evidence
they would not give evidence
Past
I would not have given
you would not have given
he/she/it would not have given
we would not have given
you would not have given
they would not have given
Present continous
I would not be giving evidence
you would not be giving evidence
we would not be giving evidence
we would not be giving evidence
you would not be giving evidence
they would not be giving evidence
Past continous
I would not have been giving
you would not have been giving
he/she/it would not have been giving
we would not have been giving
you would not have been giving
they would not have been giving
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me give evidence
do not give evidence
do not let him give evidence
do not let us give evidence
do not give evidence
do not let them give evidence
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to give
Past
not to have given
Present continous
not to be giving
Perfect continous
not to have been giving
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not giving
Past
not given
Perfect
not having given
Negative - GERUND
Present
not giving
Past
not having given
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I give evidence?
do you give evidence?
does she/he/it gives evidence?
do we give evidence?
do you give evidence?
do they give evidence?
Simple past
did I give evidence?
did you give evidence?
did she/he/it give evidence?
did we give evidence?
did you give evidence?
did they give evidence?
Simple past
did I give evidence?
did you give evidence?
did she/he/it give evidence?
did we give evidence?
did you give evidence?
did they give evidence?
Present perfect
have I given evidence?
have you given evidence?
has she/he/it given evidence?
have we given evidence?
have you given evidence?
have they given evidence?
Past perfect
had I given evidence?
had you given evidence?
had she/he/it given evidence?
had we given evidence?
had you given evidence?
had they given evidence?
Past perfect
had I given evidence?
had you given evidence?
had she/he/it given evidence?
had we given evidence?
had you given evidence?
had they given evidence?
Simple future
will I give evidence?
will you give evidence?
will she/he/it give evidence?
will we give evidence?
will you give evidence?
will they give evidence?
Future perfect
will I have given evidence?
will you have given evidence?
will she/he/it have given evidence?
will we have given evidence?
will you have given evidence?
will they have given evidence?
Present continuous
am I giving evidence?
are you giving evidence?
is she/he/it giving evidence?
are we giving evidence?
are you giving evidence?
are they giving evidence?
Past simple continuous
was I giving evidence?
were you giving evidence?
was she/he/it giving evidence?
were we giving evidence?
were you giving evidence?
were they giving evidence?
Future continuous
will I be giving evidence?
will you be giving evidence?
will she/he/it be giving evidence?
will we be giving evidence?
will you be giving evidence?
will they be giving evidence?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been giving evidence?
will you have been giving evidence?
will she/he/it have been giving evidence?
will we have been giving evidence?
will you have been giving evidence?
will they have been giving evidence?
Present perfect continuous
have I been giving evidence?
have you been giving evidence?
has she/he/it been giving evidence?
have we been giving evidence?
have you been giving evidence?
have they been giving evidence?
Past perfect continuous
had I been giving evidence?
had you been giving evidence?
had she/he/it been giving evidence?
had we been giving evidence?
had you been giving evidence?
had they been giving evidence?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I give evidence?
That do you give evidence?
That does she/he/it give evidence?
That do we give evidence?
That do you give evidence?
That do they give evidence?
Present perfect
That have I given evidence?
That have you given evidence?
That have she/he/it given evidence?
That have we given evidence?
That have you given evidence?
That have they given evidence?
Simple past
That did I give evidence?
That did you give evidence?
That did she/he/it give evidence?
That did we give evidence?
That did you give evidence?
That did they give evidence?
Past perfect
That had I given evidence?
That had you given evidence?
That had she/he/it given evidence?
That had we given evidence?
That had you given evidence?
That had they given evidence?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I give evidence?
would you give evidence?
would she/he/it give evidence?
would we give evidence?
would you give evidence?
would they give evidence?
Past
would I have given?
would you have given?
would she/he/it have given?
would we have given?
would you have given?
would they have given?
Present continous
would I be giving evidence?
would you be giving evidence?
would she/he/it be giving evidence?
would we be giving evidence?
would you be giving evidence?
would they be giving evidence?
Past continous
would I have been giving?
would you have been giving?
would she/he/it have been giving?
would we have been giving?
would you have been giving?
would they have been giving?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not give evidence?
do you not give evidence?
does she/he/it not gives evidence?
do we not give evidence?
do you not give evidence?
do they not give evidence?
Simple past
did I not give evidence?
did you not give evidence?
did she/he/it not give evidence?
did we not give evidence?
did you not give evidence?
did they not give evidence?
Simple past
did I not give evidence?
did you not give evidence?
did she/he/it not give evidence?
did we not give evidence?
did you not give evidence?
did they not give evidence?
Present perfect
have I not given evidence?
have you not given evidence?
has she/he/it not given evidence?
have we not given evidence?
have you not given evidence?
have they not given evidence?
Past perfect
had I not given evidence?
had you not given evidence?
had she/he/it not given evidence?
had we not given evidence?
had you not given evidence?
had they not given evidence?
Past perfect
had I not given evidence?
had you not given evidence?
had she/he/it not given evidence?
had we not given evidence?
had you not given evidence?
had they not given evidence?
Simple future
will I not give evidence?
will you not give evidence?
will she/he/it not give evidence?
will we not give evidence?
will you not give evidence?
will they not give evidence?
Future perfect
will I not have given evidence?
will you not have given evidence?
will she/he/it not have given evidence?
will we not have given evidence?
will you not have given evidence?
will they not have given evidence?
Present continuous
am I not giving evidence?
are you not giving evidence?
is she/he/it not giving evidence?
are we not giving evidence?
are you not giving evidence?
are they not giving evidence?
Past simple continuous
was I not giving evidence?
were you not giving evidence?
was she/he/it not giving evidence?
were we not giving evidence?
were you not giving evidence?
were they not giving evidence?
Future continuous
will I not be giving evidence?
will you not be giving evidence?
will she/he/it not be giving evidence?
will we not be giving evidence?
will you not be giving evidence?
will they not be giving evidence?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been giving evidence?
will you not have been giving evidence?
will she/he/it not have been giving evidence?
will we not have been giving evidence?
will you not have been giving evidence?
will they not have been giving evidence?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been giving evidence?
have you not been giving evidence?
has she/he/it not been giving evidence?
have we not been giving evidence?
have you not been giving evidence?
have they not been giving evidence?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been giving evidence?
had you not been giving evidence?
had she/he/it not been giving evidence?
had we not been giving evidence?
had you not been giving evidence?
had they not been giving evidence?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not give evidence?
That do you not give evidence?
That does she/he/it not give evidence?
That do we not give evidence?
That do you not give evidence?
That do they not give evidence?
Present perfect
That have I not given evidence?
That have you not given evidence?
That have she/he/it not given evidence?
That have we not given evidence?
That have you not given evidence?
That have they not given evidence?
Simple past
That did I not give evidence?
That did you not give evidence?
That did she/he/it not give evidence?
That did we not give evidence?
That did you not give evidence?
That did they not give evidence?
Past perfect
That had I not given evidence?
That had you not given evidence?
That had she/he/it not given evidence?
That had we not given evidence?
That had you not given evidence?
That had they not given evidence?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not give evidence?
would you not give evidence?
would she/he/it not give evidence?
would we not give evidence?
would you not give evidence?
would they not give evidence?
Past
would I not have given?
would you not have given?
would she/he/it not have given?
would we not have given?
would you not have given?
would they not have given?
Present continous
would I not be giving evidence?
would you not be giving evidence?
would she/he/it not be giving evidence?
would we not be giving evidence?
would you not be giving evidence?
would they not be giving evidence?
Past continous
would I not have been giving?
would you not have been giving?
would she/he/it not have been giving?
would we not have been giving?
would you not have been giving?
would they not have been giving?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present