IRREGULAR VERBS-Arise, Awake, Bear, Beat
Arise – arose – arisen povstat, vyskytnout se
A new crisis has arisen.
We keep them informed of any changes as they arise.
Children should be disciplined when the need arises.
A storm arose during the night.
Awake – awoke – awoken vzbudit se
I awoke from a deep sleep.
He awoke to find her gone.
Her voice awoke the sleeping child.
Bear – bore – borne nést, nosit, snést
The pain was almost more than he could bear.
She couldn´t bear the thought of losing him.
I can´t bear having cats in the house.
How can you bear to eat that stuff?
He can´t bear being laughed at.
He can´t bear to be laughed at.
Beat – beat – beaten tlouct
to defeat sb in a game or competition
Their recent wins have proved tehy´re still the ones to beat.
To get control of sth
The government´s main aim is to beat inflation.
To be too difficult for sb
It beats me.
What beats me is how it was done so quickly ( I don´t understand how )
We were up and off early to beat the heat.
To avoid sth
If we go early we should beat the traffic.
To hit sb many times, usually very hard
Somebody was beating at the door.
Hail- stones beat against the window.
An elderly man was found beaten to death.
A regular sound or movement
She´s alive, her heart is still beating.
The bird was beating its wings.
We heard the drums beating.
to mix sth
Beat the eggs up to a frothy consistency.
To do or be better than sth
Nothing beats home cooking.
They want to beat the speed record. ( Go faster then anyone before )