Badgers dig deep holes.
Mother put the food on the table and told the children to dig in.
Some people tried to dig the treasure out, but they couldn't.
In 1848, people came to California to dig for gold.
I'm so embarrassed I could dig a hole and crawl into it.
To get to water they had to dig all night.
I just don't dig.
When you find yourself in a hole, you just have to dig yourself out.
It took me about two and a half hours to dig a hole one meter in diameter and two meters in depth.
the boar had been digging for roots
He kept making sly little digs at me.
They are people that I totally dig,
Her dig was very rude and made him sad.
Do you dig long walks?
After countless burials of the hatchet, we always dig it up again. There doesn't seem to be any sign of an ever-lasting peace.
Angielskie słowo "kopać" (dig) występuje w zestawach:English File Elementary Unit 5 /Quizletodmiana czasowników nieregularnych 1Fiszki z książki - "Fritiofs Saga" (Esaias Tegner)Czasowniki nie regóralne wrzesień 201626 bad habits that make you fat
He stopped a moment to kick a rock.
Don't kick the dog!
I came here to kick ass and chew bubblegum... And I'm all out of bubblegum.
For a guy who was chosen by his father as the only son to be taught the secrets of this martial art, he doesn't have much of a kick.
Any jackass can kick down a barn, but it takes a carpenter to build one.
Kick with your legs straight to go forward.
Everything was allowed: You could kick, trip, hit, or bite your opponent.
The first low kick was the set-up for this!?
How's your diet kick?
Proceeding from warm-up exercises to leg kick practice without a hitch, the lesson went completely smoothly.
Stop kicking my chair!
I don't wanna hear your kicks again!
The boys were kicking a ball back and forth. They tried to kick the door down.
The boy kicked the ball. (Chłopiec kopnął piłkę.) He kicked the empty bottle into the bushes. (On kopnął pustą butelkę w krzaki.)
A punch is just a punch. A kick is just a kick.
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3. dig dug dug
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They're digging a hole.
The dog was digging a hole.
One man was seen digging with his bare hands.
He's digging his own grave.
After we finish digging the trench, planting the flowers will be easy.
His tasks range from digging wells to getting rid of garbage.
He was patiently digging for facts.
If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.
You are always digging at me about my clothes.
On a nice spring day, when Jan was digging in the sandbox in the backyard, he found a small box. In the box was a shining switchblade with a mysterious inscription.
The hole is too small. Keep digging!
Angielskie słowo "kopać" (digging) występuje w zestawach:słówka z lekcji-sąsiedziMoja pierwsza lekcja