1. sat sat
English word "sit"(sat sat) occurs in sets:Irregular verbs: Simple Form, Past Tense and Past ...czasowniki nieregularneczasowniki nieregularneCzas przeszłyIrregular plus 2,3
Tom sat beside Mary.
Tom said, "budge over," forced his way in and sat down.
After a while, the little black rabbit sat down, and looked very sad.
One October morning in 1987, Stephen Hawking sat before his computer.
He'd sat down for a moment to rest his weary legs and suddenly looked up and saw an elderly woman before him.
But then, full of guilt, I sat down at my desk one evening.
More students than ever before have sat for their bar examinations this year.
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She sat just behind the seats for whites, and then refused to give up her seat to a white passenger who got on the bus after her.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty Dumpty together again.
Attendance had been falling off and such people as did come sat about indifferently.
I've sat on my heels for so long my legs have fallen asleep.
Because it was dinnertime, we sat at the dining table.
Last year, I sat for the Level N3 Japanese Language Proficiency Test examination.
I sat down to translate the sentence shown on the main page into my native language, and half an hour and two dozen sentences later I had to convince myself to stop.
English word "sit"(sat) occurs in sets:Minimal Pairs - VowelsA1+ irregular verbs 2English pronunciation 1.3past simple 3