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Spagnolo
Vocabulario y frases
encarrilar
= avviare , dirigere , orientare .
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encauzar
= incanalare , avviare , dirigere , orientare .
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guiarse
= orientarsi .
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orientación
= fem. orientazione , orientamento .
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oriental
= masc. orientale .
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orientar
= orientare , informare , avviare , indirizzare .
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trayectoria
= fem. traiettoria , orientamento .
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Inglese
Vocabulario y frases
is to take possession before Michaelmas, and some of his servants are to
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us. Compliments always take you by surprise, and me never. What
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everywhere. But to be candid without ostentation or design--to take the
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Bennet; "and if I were to see you at it, I should take away your bottle
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neighbourhood, and take Pemberley for a kind of model. There is not a
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* "I wish I might take this for a compliment; but to be so easily seen
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"Miss Eliza Bennet, let me persuade you to follow my example, and take a
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to take his guest into the drawing-room again, and, when tea was over,
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her younger daughters, she could not take upon her to say--she could
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* "I should take him, even on my slight acquaintance, to be an
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card-table, they must take their chances of these things, and happily I
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cousins in the course of the evening; and I take this opportunity of
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to take the hint, being well aware that a serious dispute must be the
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her sister and Bingley) shall take place. What congratulations will then
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* "But if I do not take your likeness now, I may never have another
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* When at length they arose to take leave, Mrs. Bennet was most pressingly
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feelings with regard to my family, and may take possession of Longbourn
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circumstances highly in my favour; and you should take it into further
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she can have her own way. But I tell you, Miss Lizzy--if you take it
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will not take comfort in mine. Believe her to be deceived, by all means.
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been invited only to a family dinner, she would take care to have two
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and be satisfied that we shall take no offence.
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make way for her, and live to see her take her place in it!"
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* "And men take care that they should.
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I should feel in thinking ill of him or his sisters. Let me take it in
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* "Well, then, you need not be under any alarm. I will take care of
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rose to take leave, Elizabeth, ashamed of her mother's ungracious and
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town, and I shall take the opportunity of calling in Grosvenor Street.
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happened in London, Mr. Collins invited them to take a stroll in the
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enough to make a very low bow, and take his seat without saying a word;
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Mr. Collins, and he was very soon obliged to take her ladyship's praise
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have always supposed it to be my own fault--because I will not take the
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ready to take them all home.
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not take the house so much for the convenience of the neighbourhood as
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* "Care of him! Yes, I really believe Darcy does take care of him in
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"You take an eager interest in that gentleman's concerns," said Darcy,
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another month complete, it will be in my power to take one of you as
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of them good for anything. Take your choice, but you must be satisfied
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improbable event should ever take place, I shall merely be able to
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father, will not take the trouble of checking her exuberant spirits, and
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into the house and take some refreshment; but this was declined, and
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her uncle. "Your great men often are; and therefore I shall not take him
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finest fruits in season; but this did not take place till after many
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"Let me call your maid. Is there nothing you could take to give you
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had nobody to take care of her. Why did the Forsters ever let her go out
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girl for the next ten years, I will take you to a review at the end of
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* "May we take my uncle's letter to read to her?"
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Bennet, before you take any or all of these houses for your son and
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to her eldest sister, "Ah! Jane, I take your place now, and you must go
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balls, and I will take care to get good partners for them all.
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dear Lizzy, if I take this opportunity of saying (what I was never bold
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for me, or else I could take it in my way to Newcastle. And you saw the
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Elizabeth. "It must be something particular, to take him there at this
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you went to town last winter, you promised to take a family dinner with
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give him leave, would take an early opportunity of waiting on them.
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"May I take the liberty of asking your ladyship whether you left Mr. and
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* Mrs. Bennet, with great civility, begged her ladyship to take some
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on one side of your lawn. I should be glad to take a turn in it, if you
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presumption to aspire, can never take place. No, never. Mr. Darcy is
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the carriage, when, turning hastily round, she added, "I take no leave
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an application to her nephew; and how he might take a similar
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inclined to take immediate advantage of.'
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you to take so much trouble, and bear so many mortifications, for the
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would take it; sometimes doubting whether all his wealth and grandeur
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a woman may take liberties with her husband which a brother will not
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is," and great cheering.) He would take the assertion of that honourable
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* 'What did you take it for, then?' inquired the cabman. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'I didn't take it,' said Mr. Pickwick indignantly. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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take your fare, and take yourself off--respectable gentleman--know him
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to take breath, swallowed at a draught full half a pint of the reeking
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Tupman. The temptation to take the stranger with him was equally great.
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a moment, Sir, but he can take no denial.'
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'If you will take the trouble to turn into the field which borders the
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trench, take the foot-path to the left when you arrive at an angle of
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obtain the assistance of several peace officers, to take either me or
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shots don't take effect. There's a quarter of a pound of powder in the
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utmost bustle and excitement. A grand review was to take place upon the
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planted it on his head, and paused to take breath. He had not been
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tie round your dear old head--you really should take care of
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Pickwickians turned round to take a last glimpse of it, the setting sun
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again!--Joe, take that horse from the gentlemen, and lead it into the
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stepped back a pace or two as if to take a full survey of his face and
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* 'You will take cold in the evening air,' urged the spinster aunt
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'You'll take somebody else?' 'Yes.'
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'I'll take care,' said Mr. Tupman aloud. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'And I'LL take care,' said Mr. Jingle internally; and they entered the
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* 'I won't be held!' cried the old man. 'Mr. Winkle, take your hands off.
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chaise and horses, and leaving the other behind to take care of the
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* 'Here, clean these shoes for number seventeen directly, and take 'em to
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boxes, making believe he was busy. "Pray take a seat, vile I makes out
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dares to take her away--unless she wishes it.'
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* 'Well, my dear sir--you don't take snuff!--ah! so much the
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* It was a more difficult task to take leave of the inmates of Manor
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you would take it up for me.'
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Bardell; 'and, of course, I should take more trouble to please you
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in which these gentlemen might take some rational interest.'
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'I'll take care,' said the Honourable Samuel Slumkey. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* '"Good-morning, Sir," said the widow. "What will you take for breakfast,
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he thought it like a gentleman to take away the character of another
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'is great--very great--but upon that person, I must take summary
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was perfectly shameful to take advantage of Mrs. Hunter's good nature.
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only the very particular lions, and let the smaller animals take care of
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barely time to take Mrs. Leo Hunter's proffered hand, when his eyes
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'My name's Walker; my master's name's Wilkins. Will you take a drop o'
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if you let your master take in this here young lady, you're a precious
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'If I knew any respectable gentleman who would take the matter up,'
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carried into execution--when is this elopement to take place?'
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Wardle and Mr. Trundle, intimating that if they would take their wine
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occasion. No wonder then, that Nathaniel Pipkin was unable to take his
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some girlish frolic, to take upon himself, in a very noble manner, the
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* 'And what steps, sir, do you mean to take to obtain redress?' inquired
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us at lunch, if you don't take the field.'
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noticed you, as you raised your piece to take aim; and I will say this,
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'And a wery good notion of a lunch it is, take it altogether,' said Mr.
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at having him to take notice of it; and then he struck the ground
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'And take care that you keep this place in good order--do you hear,
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dimensions of the quart pot admitted of its receiving, and take another
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look at Sam and Mr. Pickwick. Then he would take another half-dozen
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done it once too often, Sammy; I've done it once too often. Take example
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away, Mr. Weller; won't you take anything?'
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subject which all the company could take a part in discussing, 'I have
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been ten times worse than they really were. He was obliged to take some
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says he, "if I hadn't been obliged to take that ugly article at the
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his hands together. "Be revenged; take my all, my life; cast me into the
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is, he is my servant, but I allow him to take a good many liberties;
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* 'I could take my oath to that 'ere black hair and mulberry suit,' said
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* 'Take care, Job Trotter, take care,' said Sam, looking after him, 'or
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show that I was not wholly unworthy, sir, I should take a brief review
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to take me at all, she would murmur into my ears a bashful acceptance.'
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his affairs, I need hardly beg you to take notice that if he continue to
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to take the lady's information, shambled to a seat, and proceeded to
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assembled, to take notice, that it was his firm intention to resent this
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Christian spirit, and in order that he might take no one unawares,
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to take off his coat with the utmost deliberation. He was immediately
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he had been treated; and to call upon them to take notice that his
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neglect of duty, Mr. Grummer; you shall be made an example of. Take that
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execute, Sir; but I shall take the liberty, Sir, of claiming my right to
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* 'Pickwick,' said the magistrate, 'dear me, Mr. Pickwick--pray take a
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warn you to be careful. Mr. Jinks, take his words down.'
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connections; how I have urged and entreated him to take some decisive
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Muzzle, who was specially enjoined to take him below, and make much of
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if you don't take care.'
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Mr. Pickwick, 'but before we take them away, it is necessary that they
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change, and I hope you'll take a little drop of something to keep the
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to take up his temporary quarters where he was, he must make his footing
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* Mr. Stiggins was easily prevailed on to take another glass of the hot
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* 'I vish you could muffle that 'ere Stiggins, and take him vith you,'
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a friendly nod with the coachman, and turned round to take a good long
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of elderly gentlemen, in a lonely field, to take off their greatcoats
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come down to the wedding, which was to take place next day, and who were
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* 'You'll take me in?' said the benevolent old clergyman. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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you my friends, my dear friends, if the ladies will allow me to take so
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as didn't take a pull at that chain, but the chain 'ud never break, and
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day of his life; so just you look about you, young feller, and take care
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with the tombstones, never stopping for an instant to take breath, but
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hold of any fellow that wants a head. I wish you'd take it.'
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* 'Come to take you home to-morrow,' replied Benjamin. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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needn't take your hand away to do that. I meant to have given you five
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told you that, a month ago. You know, my dear Sir, if you WILL take the
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your solicitor, you must also take the consequences.' Here Mr. Perker
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with his professional pursuits to take any great heed or regard of his
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* 'Perhaps you will take Mr. Pickwick away,' said the Serjeant,
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Sawyer--very; but I must take this opportunity of informing Mr. Gunter
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* '"So I take the privilidge of the day, Mary, my dear--as the gen'l'm'n
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to join him in singing (great applause). He might take that opportunity
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beginning to take voluminous notes with the utmost eagerness. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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at last, being, that he had better take care of himself, and mind what
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to take five places by the half-past seven o'clock coach, next morning. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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that he rather suspected somebody wanted to take advantage of him, but
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holds four, I'll take a post-chaise and bring an action. I've paid
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* 'Stop in the tea-room. Take your sixpenn'orth. Then lay on hot water,
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deemed it advisable to take private lodgings for himself and friends for
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ill-treatment, he might have sought to take her life, and so get rid of
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occasionally to take people at their words, with a promptness, in some
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called frantically upon the chairman to take the chair away again. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'Take it away, take it away,' cried Mr. Winkle. 'Here's somebody coming
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exceeding ungenteel sound, 'will you take my arm?'
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'Then take the kiver off.'
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you'll take care o' yourselves, and not compromise nothin' o' your
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contemptuously. 'It wouldn't take much to settle that 'ere Dowler, Sir.'
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considerate feelings which prompted Mr. Winkle to take this step can
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* 'You don't take water, of course?' said Bob Sawyer. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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will cure her, my boy. If it doesn't, I'll take her abroad for a little
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fully determined not to take his eyes off him for one instant, until
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he began to think it was not going to take place at all, when he heard
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* 'I'll take care on him, sir,' replied Sam. 'Leave him to me.'
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'Thank'ee,' said Sam. 'I'll do the same to you. Take your hat off.' With
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capital hands at likenesses here. Take 'em in no time, and always exact.
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Will you take port wine, sir, or sherry wine, sir? I can recommend the
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a pretty long silence. 'What will you take to go out?' 'I beg your
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'What will you take to be paid out?' said the butcher. 'The regular
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chummage is two-and-six. Will you take three bob?'
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signified his wish to have a room to himself, he might take possession
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'Ven do you take his cloths off?'
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neglected to take his hat off, it was knocked over his eyes by some
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'without nobody to take his part! It can't be done, Samivel, it can't be
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generally known, we take the liberty of quoting. We would beg to call
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fourth lines, which not only enables the singer to take breath at those
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* 'I won't take 'em,' said Mr. Weller. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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'But it is no favour asking him to take his money, Sam,' reasoned Mr.
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you never take no more of 'em," he says. "No more o' wot?" says the
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I was going to take out a probate of the will, the nieces and nevys,
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feelings, and his share of the bottle or six, he prepared to take leave
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'Thank you,' said Mr. Pickwick. 'Will you take a glass of wine?'
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but he wouldn't take it, and quite right. Thank'ee, Sir. Good-night,
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he might ha' forgotten to take pepper vith that 'ere last cowcumber he
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from all hypocrisy and pride of heart; and to take in all things exact
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* 'For lone people as have got nobody to care for them, or take care
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'You had better take your tea by yourself, Sir, indeed,' said Mrs.
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way of business, to take you in execution for them costs; but they were
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his house; but as it's Mr. Pickwick's, I think I may venture to take a
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right. Tell him so. Will you take a glass of wine, Lowten?' 'No, thank
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'Ah, to be sure,' said Perker gravely. 'You must take this matter in
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will be very important, and I must take you into the house with me. You
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to take off the smell of the tobacco smoke, issued hastily forth in a
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'Bob,' said Mr. Allen, 'will you take my aunt into the surgery?'
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* 'Oh, devil take the laburnum-tree, ma'am!' said Bob, quite forgetting
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late Nockemorf, to take strong medicine, or to go into fits and be
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'You'll take some tea, Mr. Pickwick?' said the old lady, with
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to take shipping for London, my uncle supped at the house of a very old
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do, when they take a cup of tea. Then he drew his feet together, and
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know--that, and leaving the business to take care of itself, as it seems
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to have made up its mind not to take care of me.' With this explanation
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handkerchief, I beg. I insist, Sir. Sam, take it down.'
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'I think it would be best to take it in,' replied Mr. Ben Allen; 'it
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would serve him right to take it in and keep it, wouldn't it?'
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'Just the reason why we should take something to enable us to bear up
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felt disposed to take anything after his walk, or would prefer waiting
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as they starts avay to take their pleasure in some other vorld, for
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might recommend. Take adwice, sir, as the doctor said.'
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he whispered in a deep, hollow voice, 'A Buff ball, Sir, will take place
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* 'You take yourselves off to bed quietly,' said Sam, 'or I'll put you
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should for the present take up their quarters elsewhere. To this they
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long before this,' replied Mary. 'There, take it; it's more than you
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and see me Sammy he vill take it as a wery great favor for I am wery
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* 'I don't take no pride out on it, Sammy,' replied Mr. Weller, poking the
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'and wen I'm took off the road, it'll come to you, so take care you
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* 'Hush,' whispered Mr. Weller, with apprehensive looks, 'don't take no
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eh? I could take care of his property when you are away--good care, you
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business, and he would be glad to take him on your recommendation.'
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parade of writing a letter that I pretended to take no notice of.'
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* 'Oh,' said Wardle, 'you don't know, eh? Take this cheese to Mr.
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property is a wery great temptation to a legal gen'l'm'n, ve'll take a
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'Thank you, Sir,' said Pell, 'there's no hurry. Take a chair, Mr.
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* 'I never bet half a dozen!' said the other gentleman. 'I'll take a
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again. 'I've no objection to take you that way. Say, makes away with
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temptation to the insides. If you'll take care on it for me, sir, I
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you to take this back, Mr. Weller.' 'Wery well,' said Mr. Weller, with
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* 'I take a great interest in her, Mr. Weller,' said Mr. Pickwick. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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she's not the young 'ooman I take her for, and I give her up vith
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* 'I'll take a chair, if you'll allow me, ma'am,' said the stranger. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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marriage that WILL take place, with the changes they involve, rendered
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little retreat, by having a ceremony in which I take a great interest,
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marriage was fixed to take place on the fourth day from that time--the
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optical powers, are better pleased to take our last parting look at the
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* "Well, let's take any imaginary case of Sherlock Holmes, and Lestrade,
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didn't take it with him when he went out into the hall."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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when they've satisfied their ambition. I know nobody who'd take more
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irrational, and we'll take the last first, because they are much fewer.
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puncture. Last time I'll take one of these yokels----"(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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shortest explanation is to take it from the standpoint of the man who
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against windows and take it away. You will notice that Moonshine
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generally take a gun to bed with you. Perhaps you had better leave it
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box, so to speak, we can take stock of what we've got. It's rather a
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who had begun to take drugs; but even on that assumption there was
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* Father Brown seemed to take it quite naturally and even casually, that
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be well to take ordinary precautions if she comes out with a leap."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* The lady followed him, still pale and calm, to take up her own position
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and wondering how the old beau would take the appearance of a rival. But
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that he offered to take me up in his own car to Musgrave Moss. That's
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can't come north with you to-morrow. Of course, you will take the car
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some days. Take a friend with you if you like."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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nothing--I say advisedly, nothing--would induce me to take any other
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* "I hope you will take some refreshment," he said, in the same equable
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saw him take it ourselves."(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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* "Because he didn't want to take his glove off," said Father Brown.(Chesterton The secret of father Brown )
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wouldn't be specially his temptation to take jewels; but it would be his
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temptation to take credit for miracles that didn't belong to him any
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Islands and Lord knows where. These deadly strokes take different people
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calmly, "especially if you take them together. The first is that Maurice
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* "I admit." said Father Brown dully, "that I take a more serious view of
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see through the glass. But the little, literal people take it at its
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reform. It's easy enough to theorize and take hypothetical cases; but we
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ant take
= scarto di pellicola ,
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be good enough as take me home
= abbia la bontà di accompagnarmi a casa ,
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be so good as take me home
= abbia la bontà di accompagnarmi a casa ,
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but that would take years
= ma ci vorrebbe un'eternità! ,
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camera take
= ripresa , inquadratura ,
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come and take pot-luck with us
= vieni a pranzo da noi, mangerai quello che passa il convento ,
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don't forget to take your fishing things with you
= non dimenticare di prendere con te gli attrezzi da pesca! ,
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don't take her work for granted
= non fidarti ciecamente delle qualità del suo lavoro ,
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don't take his work for granted
= non fidarti ciecamente delle qualità del suo lavoro ,
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don't take it unkindly
= non prendertela, non avertene a male ,
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don't take to drink
= non darti al bere ,
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double take
= ripresa di una stessa azione da una diversa angolazione ,
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hold take
= riserva , ripresa di riserva ,
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keep take
= ripresa di riserva ,
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i advise you to take a firm line with
= ti consiglio di seguire un'energica linea di condotta verso,
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i won't take no for an answer
= non accetto rifiuti!,
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i'll take care of the bill
= al conto ci penso io,
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i've had about as much as i can take
= ne ho abbastanza! non ne posso più!,
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insurance take
= ripresa di sicurezza ,
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it will take some doing
= ci vorrà del bello e del buono!,
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it's best to take an umbrella
= è meglio portare l'ombrello,
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long take
= piano sequenza ,
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ng take
= scarto , inquadratura da scartare ,
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no good take
= scarto , inquadratura da scartare ,
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ok take
= buona! ,
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on the take
= corrotto,
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out take
= doppio , scarto , inquadratura scartata durante il montaggio ,
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print take
= inquadratura da proiettare ,
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refinishing take
= fegatello ,
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selected take
= ripresa buona ,
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sound take
= ripresa sonora ,
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swift to take offence
= permaloso , lesto a prendersela ,
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symmetric take
= inquadratura corrispondente ,
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the deuce take it
= il diavolo se lo porti! ,
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they will take some beating
= sarà dura batterli ,
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triple take
= ripresa della stessa azione prima in campo lungo , poi in piano americano ed infine in primo piano ,
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unslated take
= inquadratura senza ciak ,
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Conjugacíon: 1 - orientar
auxiliar: haber - transitivo
INDICATIVO activo
Presente
yo oriento
orientas
él/ella orienta
nosotros orientamos
nosotros orientáis
ellos/ellas orientan
Imperfecto
yo orientaba
orientabas
él/ella orientaba
nosotros orientabamos
vosotros orientabais
ellos/ellas orientaban
Pretérito indefinito
yo orienté
orientaste
él/ella orientó
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vosotros orientasteis
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Preterito perfecto
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vosotros habéis orientado
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Preterito pluscuamperfecto
yo había orientado
habías orientado
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nosotros habíamos orientado
vosotros habíais orientado
ellos/ellas habían orientado
Preterito anterior
yo hube orientado
hubiste orientado
él/ella hubo orientado
nosotros hubimos orientado
vosotros hubisteis orientado
ellos/ellas hubieron orientado
Futuro
yo orientaré
orientaras
él/ella orientará
nosotros orientaremos
vosotros orientareis
ellos/ellas orientarán
Futuro perfecto
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CONJUNTIVO - activo
Presente
yo oriente
orientes
él/ella oriente
nosotros orientemos
nosotros orientéis
ellos/ellas orienten
Pretérito perfecto
yo haya orientado
hayas orientado
él/ella haya orientado
nosotros hayamos orientado
nosotros hayáis orientado
ellos/ellas hayan orientado
Pretérito imperfetto I
yo orientara
orientaras
él/ella orientara
nosotros orientáramos
nosotros orientarais
ellos/ellas orientaran
Pretérito pluscuamperfecto I
yo hubiera orientado
hubieras orientado
él/ella hubiera orientado
nosotros hubiéramos orientado
nosotros hubierais orientado
ellos/ellas hubieran orientado
Pretérito pluscuamperfecto II
yo hubiese orientado
hubieses orientado
él/ella hubiese orientado
nosotros hubiésemos orientado
nosotros hubieseis orientado
ellos/ellas hubiesen orientado
Pretérito imperfetto II
Futuro
yo orientare
orientares
él/ella orientare
nosotros orientáremos
nosotros orientareis
ellos/ellas orientaren
Futuro perfecto
yo hubiere orientado
hubieres orientado
él/ella hubiere orientado
nosotros hubiéremos orientado
nosotros hubiereis orientado
ellos/ellas hubieren orientado
POTENCIAL - activo
Presente
yo orientaría
orientarías
él/ella orientaría
nosotros orientaríamos
vosotros orientaríais
ellos/ellas orientarían
Perfecto
yo habría orientado
habrías orientado
él/ella habría orientado
nosotros habríamos orientado
vosotros habríais orientado
ellos/ellas habrían orientado
IMPERATIVO - activo
Positivo
-
orienta
oriente
orientemos
orientad
orienten
INFINITO activo
Presente
Compuesto
haber orientado
PARTICIPIO - activo
Presente
que orienta
Compuesto
orientado
GERUNDIO activo
Presente
orientando
Compuesto
habiendo orientado
INDICATIVO pasivo
Presente
yo soy orientado
eres orientado
él/ella es orientado
nosotros somos orientados
nosotros seis orientados
ellos/ellas son orientados
Imperfecto
yo era orientado
eras orientado
él/ella era orientado
nosotros èramos orientados
vosotros erais orientados
ellos/ellas eran orientados
Pretérito indefinito
yo fui orientado
fuiste orientado
él/ella fue orientado
nosotros fuimos orientados
vosotros fuisteis orientados
ellos/ellas fueron orientados
Preterito perfecto
yo he sido orientado
has sido orientado
él/ella ha sido orientado
nosotros hemos sido orientados
vosotros habèis sido orientados
ellos/ellas han sido orientados
Preterito pluscuamperfecto
yo había sido orientado
habías sido orientado
él/ella había sido orientado
nosotros habíamos sido orientados
vosotros habías sido orientados
ellos/ellas habían sido orientados
Preterito anterior
yo hube sido orientado
hubiste sido orientado
él/ella hubo sido orientado
nosotros hubimos sido orientados
vosotros hubisteis sido orientados
ellos/ellas hubieron sido orientados
Futuro
yo seré orientado
serás orientado
él/ella será orientado
nosotros seremos orientados
vosotros sereis orientados
ellos/ellas serán orientados
Futuro perfecto
yo habrè sido orientado
habrás sido orientado
él/ella habrá sido orientado
nosotros habremos sido orientados
vosotros habreis sido orientados
ellos/ellas habrán sido orientados
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CONJUNTIVO - pasivo
Presente
yo sea orientado
seas orientado
él/ella sea orientado
nosotros seamos orientados
nosotros seáis orientados
ellos/ellas sean orientados
Pretérito perfecto
yo haya sido orientado
hayas sido orientado
él/ella haya sido orientado
nosotros hayamos sido orientado
nosotros hayáis sido orientado
ellos/ellas hayan sido orientado
Pretérito imperfetto I
yo fuere orientado
fueres orientado
él/ella fuere orientado
nosotros fuéremos orientados
nosotros fuereis orientados
ellos/ellas fueren orientados
Pretérito pluscuamperfecto I
yo hubiere sido orientado
hubieres sido orientado
él/ella hubiere sido orientado
nosotros hubiéremos sido orientados
nosotros hubierei sido orientados
ellos/ellas hubieren sido orientados
Pretérito pluscuamperfecto II
yo hubiese sido orientado
hubieses sido orientado
él/ella hubiese sido orientado
nosotros hubiésemos sido orientados
nosotros hubieseis sido orientados
ellos/ellas hubiesen sido orientados
Pretérito imperfetto II
Futuro
yo fuere orientado
fueres orientado
él/ella fuere orientado
nosotros fuéremos orientados
nosotros fuereis orientados
ellos/ellas fueren orientados
Futuro perfecto
yo hubiere sido orientado
hubieres sido orientado
él/ella hubiere sido orientado
nosotros hubiéremos sido orientados
nosotros hubiereis sido orientados
ellos/ellas hubieren sido orientados
POTENCIAL - pasivo
Presente
yo sería orientado
serías orientado
él/ella sería orientado
nosotros seríamos orientados
vosotros seríais orientados
ellos/ellas serían orientados
Perfecto
yo habría sido orientado
habrías sido orientado
él/ella habría sido orientados
nosotros habríamos sido orientados
vosotros habríais sido orientados
ellos/ellas habrían sido orientados
IMPERATIVO - pasivo
Positivo
-
sé orientado
sea orientado
seamos orientados
sed orientados
sean orientados
INFINITO pasivo
Presente
ser orientado
Compuesto
haber sido orientado
PARTICIPIO - pasivo
Presente
que es orientado
Compuesto
orientado
GERUNDIO pasivo
Presente
siendo orientado
Compuesto
habiendo sido orientado
Verb: to take-took-taken
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo/intransitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I take ... ...
you take ... ...
he/she/it takes ... ...
we take ... ...
you take ... ...
they take ... ...
Simple past
I took ... ...
you took ... ...
he/she/it took ... ...
we took ... ...
you took ... ...
they took ... ...
Simple past
I took ... ...
you took ... ...
he/she/it took ... ...
we took ... ...
you took ... ...
they took ... ...
Present perfect
I have taken ... ...
you have taken ... ...
he/she/it has taken ... ...
we have taken ... ...
you have taken ... ...
they have taken ... ...
Past perfect
I had taken ... ...
you had taken ... ...
he/she/it had taken ... ...
we had taken ... ...
you had taken ... ...
they had taken ... ...
Past perfect
I had taken ... ...
you had taken ... ...
he/she/it had taken ... ...
we had taken ... ...
you had taken ... ...
they had taken ... ...
Simple future
I will take ... ...
you will take ... ...
he/she/it will take ... ...
we will take ... ...
you will take ... ...
they will take ... ...
Future perfect
I will have taken ... ...
you will have taken ... ...
he/she/it will have taken ... ...
we will have taken ... ...
you will have taken ... ...
they will have taken ... ...
Present continuous
I am taking ... ...
you are taking ... ...
he/she/it is taking ... ...
we are taking ... ...
you are taking ... ...
they are taking ... ...
Past simple continuous
I was taking ... ...
you were taking ... ...
he/she/it was taking ... ...
we were taking ... ...
you were taking ... ...
they were taking ... ...
Future continuous
I will be taking ... ...
you will be taking ... ...
he/she/it will be taking ... ...
we will be taking ... ...
you will be taking ... ...
they will be taking ... ...
Future perfect continuous
I will have been taking ... ...
you will have been taking ... ...
he/she/it will have been taking ... ...
we will have been taking ... ...
you will have been taking ... ...
they will have been taking ... ...
Present perfect continuous
I have been taking ... ...
you have been taking ... ...
he/she/it has been taking ... ...
we have been taking ... ...
you have been taking ... ...
they have been taking ... ...
Past perfect continuous
I had been taking ... ...
you had been taking ... ...
he/she/it had been taking ... ...
we had been taking ... ...
you had been taking ... ...
they had been taking ... ...
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I take ... ...
That you take ... ...
That he/she/it take ... ...
That we take ... ...
That you take ... ...
That they take ... ...
Present perfect
That I have taken ... ...
That you have taken ... ...
That he/she/it have taken ... ...
That we have taken ... ...
That you have taken ... ...
That they have taken ... ...
Simple past
That I took ... ...
That you took ... ...
That he/she/it took ... ...
That we took ... ...
That you took ... ...
That they took ... ...
Past perfect
That I had taken ... ...
That you had taken ... ...
That he/she/it had taken ... ...
That we had taken ... ...
That you had taken ... ...
That they had taken ... ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would take ... ...
you would take ... ...
we would take ... ...
we would take ... ...
you would take ... ...
they would take ... ...
Past
I would have taken
you would have taken
he/she/it would have taken
we would have taken
you would have taken
they would have taken
Present continous
I would be taking ... ...
you would be taking ... ...
we would be taking ... ...
we would be taking ... ...
you would be taking ... ...
they would be taking ... ...
Past continous
I would have been taking
you would have been taking
he/she/it would have been taking
we would have been taking
you would have been taking
they would have been taking
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me take ... ...
take ... ...
let him take ... ...
let us take ... ...
take ... ...
let them take ... ...
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to take
Past
to have taken
Present continous
to be taking
Perfect continous
to have been taking
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
taking
Past
taken
Perfect
having taken
Affermative - GERUND
Present
taking
Past
having taken
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not take ... ...
you do not take ... ...
he/she/it does not takes ... ...
we do not take ... ...
you do not take ... ...
they do not take ... ...
Simple past
I did not take ... ...
you did not take ... ...
he/she/it did not take ... ...
we did not take ... ...
you did not take ... ...
they did not take ... ...
Simple past
I did not take ... ...
you did not take ... ...
he/she/it did not take ... ...
we did not take ... ...
you did not take ... ...
they did not take ... ...
Present perfect
I have not taken ... ...
you have not taken ... ...
he/she/it has not taken ... ...
we have not taken ... ...
you have not taken ... ...
they have not taken ... ...
Past perfect
I had not taken ... ...
you had not taken ... ...
he/she/it had not taken ... ...
we had not taken ... ...
you had not taken ... ...
they had not taken ... ...
Past perfect
I had not taken ... ...
you had not taken ... ...
he/she/it had not taken ... ...
we had not taken ... ...
you had not taken ... ...
they had not taken ... ...
Simple future
I will not take ... ...
you will not take ... ...
he/she/it will not take ... ...
we will not take ... ...
you will not take ... ...
they will not take ... ...
Future perfect
I will not have taken ... ...
you will not have taken ... ...
he/she/it will not have taken ... ...
we will not have taken ... ...
you will not have taken ... ...
they will not have taken ... ...
Present continuous
I am not taking ... ...
you are not taking ... ...
he/she/it is not taking ... ...
we are not taking ... ...
you are not taking ... ...
they are not taking ... ...
Past simple continuous
I was not taking ... ...
you were not taking ... ...
he/she/it was not taking ... ...
we were not taking ... ...
you were not taking ... ...
they were not taking ... ...
Future continuous
I will not be taking ... ...
you will not be taking ... ...
he/she/it will not be taking ... ...
we will not be taking ... ...
you will not be taking ... ...
they will not be taking ... ...
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been taking ... ...
you will not have been taking ... ...
he/she/it will not have been taking ... ...
we will not have been taking ... ...
you will not have been taking ... ...
they will not have been taking ... ...
Present perfect continuous
I have not been taking ... ...
you have not been taking ... ...
he/she/it has not been taking ... ...
we have not been taking ... ...
you have not been taking ... ...
they have not been taking ... ...
Past perfect continuous
I had not been taking ... ...
you had not been taking ... ...
he/she/it had not been taking ... ...
we had not been taking ... ...
you had not been taking ... ...
they had not been taking ... ...
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not take ... ...
That you do not take ... ...
That he/she/it does not take ... ...
That we do not take ... ...
That you do not take ... ...
That they do not take ... ...
Present perfect
That I have not taken ... ...
That you have not taken ... ...
That he/she/it have not taken ... ...
That we have not taken ... ...
That you have not taken ... ...
That they have not taken ... ...
Simple past
That I did not take ... ...
That you did not take ... ...
That he/she/it did not take ... ...
That we did not take ... ...
That you did not take ... ...
That they did not take ... ...
Past perfect
That I had not taken ... ...
That you had not taken ... ...
That he/she/it had not taken ... ...
That we had not taken ... ...
That you had not taken ... ...
That they had not taken ... ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not take ... ...
you would not take ... ...
we would not take ... ...
we would not take ... ...
you would not take ... ...
they would not take ... ...
Past
I would not have taken
you would not have taken
he/she/it would not have taken
we would not have taken
you would not have taken
they would not have taken
Present continous
I would not be taking ... ...
you would not be taking ... ...
we would not be taking ... ...
we would not be taking ... ...
you would not be taking ... ...
they would not be taking ... ...
Past continous
I would not have been taking
you would not have been taking
he/she/it would not have been taking
we would not have been taking
you would not have been taking
they would not have been taking
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me take ... ...
do not take ... ...
do not let him take ... ...
do not let us take ... ...
do not take ... ...
do not let them take ... ...
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to take
Past
not to have taken
Present continous
not to be taking
Perfect continous
not to have been taking
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not taking
Past
not taken
Perfect
not having taken
Negative - GERUND
Present
not taking
Past
not having taken
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I take ... ...?
do you take ... ...?
does she/he/it takes ... ...?
do we take ... ...?
do you take ... ...?
do they take ... ...?
Simple past
did I take ... ...?
did you take ... ...?
did she/he/it take ... ...?
did we take ... ...?
did you take ... ...?
did they take ... ...?
Simple past
did I take ... ...?
did you take ... ...?
did she/he/it take ... ...?
did we take ... ...?
did you take ... ...?
did they take ... ...?
Present perfect
have I taken ... ...?
have you taken ... ...?
has she/he/it taken ... ...?
have we taken ... ...?
have you taken ... ...?
have they taken ... ...?
Past perfect
had I taken ... ...?
had you taken ... ...?
had she/he/it taken ... ...?
had we taken ... ...?
had you taken ... ...?
had they taken ... ...?
Past perfect
had I taken ... ...?
had you taken ... ...?
had she/he/it taken ... ...?
had we taken ... ...?
had you taken ... ...?
had they taken ... ...?
Simple future
will I take ... ...?
will you take ... ...?
will she/he/it take ... ...?
will we take ... ...?
will you take ... ...?
will they take ... ...?
Future perfect
will I have taken ... ...?
will you have taken ... ...?
will she/he/it have taken ... ...?
will we have taken ... ...?
will you have taken ... ...?
will they have taken ... ...?
Present continuous
am I taking ... ...?
are you taking ... ...?
is she/he/it taking ... ...?
are we taking ... ...?
are you taking ... ...?
are they taking ... ...?
Past simple continuous
was I taking ... ...?
were you taking ... ...?
was she/he/it taking ... ...?
were we taking ... ...?
were you taking ... ...?
were they taking ... ...?
Future continuous
will I be taking ... ...?
will you be taking ... ...?
will she/he/it be taking ... ...?
will we be taking ... ...?
will you be taking ... ...?
will they be taking ... ...?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been taking ... ...?
will you have been taking ... ...?
will she/he/it have been taking ... ...?
will we have been taking ... ...?
will you have been taking ... ...?
will they have been taking ... ...?
Present perfect continuous
have I been taking ... ...?
have you been taking ... ...?
has she/he/it been taking ... ...?
have we been taking ... ...?
have you been taking ... ...?
have they been taking ... ...?
Past perfect continuous
had I been taking ... ...?
had you been taking ... ...?
had she/he/it been taking ... ...?
had we been taking ... ...?
had you been taking ... ...?
had they been taking ... ...?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I take ... ...?
That do you take ... ...?
That does she/he/it take ... ...?
That do we take ... ...?
That do you take ... ...?
That do they take ... ...?
Present perfect
That have I taken ... ...?
That have you taken ... ...?
That have she/he/it taken ... ...?
That have we taken ... ...?
That have you taken ... ...?
That have they taken ... ...?
Simple past
That did I take ... ...?
That did you take ... ...?
That did she/he/it take ... ...?
That did we take ... ...?
That did you take ... ...?
That did they take ... ...?
Past perfect
That had I taken ... ...?
That had you taken ... ...?
That had she/he/it taken ... ...?
That had we taken ... ...?
That had you taken ... ...?
That had they taken ... ...?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I take ... ...?
would you take ... ...?
would she/he/it take ... ...?
would we take ... ...?
would you take ... ...?
would they take ... ...?
Past
would I have taken?
would you have taken?
would she/he/it have taken?
would we have taken?
would you have taken?
would they have taken?
Present continous
would I be taking ... ...?
would you be taking ... ...?
would she/he/it be taking ... ...?
would we be taking ... ...?
would you be taking ... ...?
would they be taking ... ...?
Past continous
would I have been taking?
would you have been taking?
would she/he/it have been taking?
would we have been taking?
would you have been taking?
would they have been taking?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not take ... ...?
do you not take ... ...?
does she/he/it not takes ... ...?
do we not take ... ...?
do you not take ... ...?
do they not take ... ...?
Simple past
did I not take ... ...?
did you not take ... ...?
did she/he/it not take ... ...?
did we not take ... ...?
did you not take ... ...?
did they not take ... ...?
Simple past
did I not take ... ...?
did you not take ... ...?
did she/he/it not take ... ...?
did we not take ... ...?
did you not take ... ...?
did they not take ... ...?
Present perfect
have I not taken ... ...?
have you not taken ... ...?
has she/he/it not taken ... ...?
have we not taken ... ...?
have you not taken ... ...?
have they not taken ... ...?
Past perfect
had I not taken ... ...?
had you not taken ... ...?
had she/he/it not taken ... ...?
had we not taken ... ...?
had you not taken ... ...?
had they not taken ... ...?
Past perfect
had I not taken ... ...?
had you not taken ... ...?
had she/he/it not taken ... ...?
had we not taken ... ...?
had you not taken ... ...?
had they not taken ... ...?
Simple future
will I not take ... ...?
will you not take ... ...?
will she/he/it not take ... ...?
will we not take ... ...?
will you not take ... ...?
will they not take ... ...?
Future perfect
will I not have taken ... ...?
will you not have taken ... ...?
will she/he/it not have taken ... ...?
will we not have taken ... ...?
will you not have taken ... ...?
will they not have taken ... ...?
Present continuous
am I not taking ... ...?
are you not taking ... ...?
is she/he/it not taking ... ...?
are we not taking ... ...?
are you not taking ... ...?
are they not taking ... ...?
Past simple continuous
was I not taking ... ...?
were you not taking ... ...?
was she/he/it not taking ... ...?
were we not taking ... ...?
were you not taking ... ...?
were they not taking ... ...?
Future continuous
will I not be taking ... ...?
will you not be taking ... ...?
will she/he/it not be taking ... ...?
will we not be taking ... ...?
will you not be taking ... ...?
will they not be taking ... ...?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been taking ... ...?
will you not have been taking ... ...?
will she/he/it not have been taking ... ...?
will we not have been taking ... ...?
will you not have been taking ... ...?
will they not have been taking ... ...?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been taking ... ...?
have you not been taking ... ...?
has she/he/it not been taking ... ...?
have we not been taking ... ...?
have you not been taking ... ...?
have they not been taking ... ...?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been taking ... ...?
had you not been taking ... ...?
had she/he/it not been taking ... ...?
had we not been taking ... ...?
had you not been taking ... ...?
had they not been taking ... ...?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not take ... ...?
That do you not take ... ...?
That does she/he/it not take ... ...?
That do we not take ... ...?
That do you not take ... ...?
That do they not take ... ...?
Present perfect
That have I not taken ... ...?
That have you not taken ... ...?
That have she/he/it not taken ... ...?
That have we not taken ... ...?
That have you not taken ... ...?
That have they not taken ... ...?
Simple past
That did I not take ... ...?
That did you not take ... ...?
That did she/he/it not take ... ...?
That did we not take ... ...?
That did you not take ... ...?
That did they not take ... ...?
Past perfect
That had I not taken ... ...?
That had you not taken ... ...?
That had she/he/it not taken ... ...?
That had we not taken ... ...?
That had you not taken ... ...?
That had they not taken ... ...?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not take ... ...?
would you not take ... ...?
would she/he/it not take ... ...?
would we not take ... ...?
would you not take ... ...?
would they not take ... ...?
Past
would I not have taken?
would you not have taken?
would she/he/it not have taken?
would we not have taken?
would you not have taken?
would they not have taken?
Present continous
would I not be taking ... ...?
would you not be taking ... ...?
would she/he/it not be taking ... ...?
would we not be taking ... ...?
would you not be taking ... ...?
would they not be taking ... ...?
Past continous
would I not have been taking?
would you not have been taking?
would she/he/it not have been taking?
would we not have been taking?
would you not have been taking?
would they not have been taking?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present