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begin in English:

1. began began

He began running.
He began to suspect something was wrong when the seller didn't allow him to test the item before buying it.
Tom began reading that book three weeks ago and he still has only read less than half of it.
Many improvements have been made since this century began.
She began writing a report at eight, finishing it at twelve.
Gradually the true meaning of what he said began to dawn on me.
Impatient at the delay, many drivers began to blow their horns.
Mother Teresa began her work by looking around to see what was needed.
The newspaper began to lose readers when it dispensed with one of its most popular writers.
The bus ride made her feel so sick that she began to vomit.
Ceasefire talks began in July 1951.
So friendly was his letter that she was deeply moved and began to cry.
When Hawking graduated from college in 1962, he began studying for a Ph.D. in physics.
The Army Air Corps, which became the U.S. Air Force, began in 1918.
Roger Miller began writing songs because he loved the music he heard on the radio.

English word "begin"(began) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
czasowniki nieregularne
A1+ irregular verbs 1
Irregular verbs

2. began begun began begun

English word "begin"(began begun) occurs in sets:

3 forma present perfect
aby na yutro
czasowniki A2