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It’s like they just have so much time to spend speaking, why rush? In English we generally go by one title such as “Mister” or “Doctor” or “Captain”.
Verbs may appear in the below word list in a variety of tense such as past and present, and many types of C verbs are included in this online resource such as action verbs.
Being able to find the right verb starting with C can be very useful for writers, college students, and anyone who likes English verbs.
But piracy in the far future, when presented as vividly as in this story, can be scary stuff.
They said they had heard that "soldiers had come to catch we," and "we were scary." And the scenery-wavery stuff and the warped Park-sounds were scary too.