I've always wondered what it'd be like to have siblings.
What's going on in the cave? I'm curious. "I have no idea."
Democracy is the worst form of government, except all the others that have been tried.
If two men always have the same opinion, one of them is unnecessary.
I have hiccups.
I entered the museum through the wrong gate. I should have been more careful.
I have a hard time seeing the logic of this latest decision of his. He just isn't as sharp as he used to be.
Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.
Those who choose not to read have no advantage over those who can't read.
He has collected twice as many stamps as I have.
More and more women have their own careers and are economically independent of their husbands.
Men and women between the ages of 25 and 54 have the most stressful lives.
We have a new puppy. He is about 12 weeks old.
By the end of the century, the earth will have experienced a dramatic increase in temperature.
We currently have 200 well organized sales offices all over Japan.
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2. have had had
Angielskie słowo "mieć" (have had had) występuje w zestawach:Czasowniki nieregularne Click on 2, cz.1fun for flyers irregular verbs page 142Czasowniki nieregularne - wersja uproszczonasłówka z angielskiego maclaz czasownikiCzasowniki nieregularne - poziom 1
Few farms had electricity.
If I'd had more time, I'd have written a shorter letter.
Although he had fewer supporters among the governing class, he was able to get the popular vote.
Yamamoto had one hundred sixty-two ships.
Japan had defeated Russia in a war in 1905.
I had lived in Osaka for eighteen years when I moved to Tokyo.
When we started this business, neither one of us had had any experience.
Even though my friend was a vegetarian, I didn't tell him that the soup had some meat in it.
Ms. Eichler had a notorious reputation for being austere to her students.
No sooner had she caught sight of me than she started running in my direction.
The president resigned from office after an investigation showed he had lied to voters.
He kept playing the same record over and over until I had to leave the room.
Would you like any more? "No, I've had enough."
After he had graduated from the university, he taught English for two years.
The result of the test brought home to me how little I had learned.
Angielskie słowo "mieć" (had) występuje w zestawach:czasowniki nieregularnedogrywka do setymy fifth lesson 📍
4. have got
I, you, we, they have got
You have got a pen.
Angielskie słowo "mieć" (have got) występuje w zestawach:CALLAN METOD- STAGE 2 (cały)SPR 7 SŁOWNICTWOSłówka do uczenia;)CALLAN lesson 19
It's my own car.
We own a few hundred acres between the three of us.
He puts on a show of being impartial and unbiased, but I think he's just a guy with no opinion of his own.
I own some very old stamps.
They have formed their own nationwide association, the American Association of Retired Persons.
I've heard of pseudomyopia, but I never thought my own child would come to have it.
He is an individual with his own living space and his own sleeping space.
All right, do it your own way, but don't blame me if you fail.
What with good fortune, and his own effort, he won the first prize in the contest.
All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
In the automotive industry of the 1970's, Japan beat the U.S. at its own game.
We're gonna make sure that no one is taking advantage of the American people for their own short-term gain.
A man touched down on the moon. A wall came down in Berlin. A world was connected by our own science and imagination.
She embroidered her own initials on the white handkerchief.
Through genetic engineering, corn can produce its own pesticides.
Angielskie słowo "mieć" (own) występuje w zestawach:Unit 1 part 2kl. 1 unit 1
I'm at the hospital. I got struck by lightning.
We got ready.
I'd be grateful if you could take a look when you've got time sometime.
When a big ape emerged from the cave, they got frightened and ran away.
Tom thought it would be a good idea if Mary got a gun.
We got this chair for nothing because the lady next door didn't need it anymore.
I've decided to be more positive and give it all I've got.
Tom hasn't yet heard anything definite about whether he got into Harvard or not.
His essay gave only a superficial analysis of the problem, so it was a real surprise to him when he got the highest grade in the class.
I told you it was dangerous. The reason you got hurt was because you didn't listen.
He called up his uncle as soon as he got to Matsuyama.
Tom got time and a half when he worked beyond his usual quitting time.
The media got wind of a rumor about his engagement and came quickly.
He got up quickly, splashed cold water on his face, brushed his teeth, and shaved.
I got over the difficulty with my characteristic tenacity.
7. to have had
Angielskie słowo "mieć" (to have had) występuje w zestawach:Step Plus V - czasowniki nieregularne - English to...irregular verbs past simple