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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #41534: Set / Sit / Seat (verbs)
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    Set / Sit / Seat (verbs)

          SET  (set, set, setting)

             1.     The cook filled the pan and set it on the stove        (put, place something somewhere)

             2.  sun / moon : it goes below the horizon   moonset in Yosemite Park (California)

             3. set the table     Children! come to set the table for dinner.

             4. to move a switch on a machine, clock.. so that it works in the way you want.

                    Set the egg timer going!

                    the heating is set on 'low' 


                  The auditorium can seat 200 people 

        My car seats five 

       To tell someone to sit down you say: sit down / have a seat

       be seated  (in formal situations)

         SIT  (sat, sat)

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    The sun rises in the east and in the west.

    These sunflowers are very nice. the vase on the table, please.

    The Colosseum (Rome) could an audience of 75,000.

    Please, don't on the table but at the table.

    The lecturer is coming. Please be ,ladies and gentlemen

    Tom is the boy who next to me at school.

    What are the girls doing? I don't know exactly, they are cross-legged on the grass.

    Sonia had to take an early train so she the alarm-clock for 5 am.

    Please remain until the aircraft has come to a stop.

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