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fly in English:

1. flew flew


He studied how birds flew.
More horseflies than I'd ever seen came and flew around me.
The box was crushed during transport and the contents flew out.
Time flew.
The UFO, with a zigzag movement you couldn't think of as being a plane, flew off into the mountains in the east.
One flew over cuckoo's nest is one of my favorite movies.
And on sunny days all the pigeons flew home.
In the company of good friends, the time flew by.
Dreams flew out of that box when it was opened: dreams of secrets written in disappearing ink and of overwhelming odors.
I only asked her what she paid for that dull-looking dress and she flew off the handle at me.
With JAL tickets so expensive, expatriates flew Air Iraq.
That shan't happen again, Fortunatus said to himself, and they started to ride at each other again. This time, Fortunatus's spear met his foe so powerfully that he flew from his horse like a ball and lay dead on the earth.
Flew me to places I would never been / flew into a rage
It is characteristic of the fork ball, one of baseball's change-ups, that a ball that flew straight will drop suddenly just before the batter.
Every Tuesday her fat little fingers flew like birds up and down the keys of song too.

English word "fly"(flew) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
czasowników nieregularne zapisane odwrotnie czyli ...
KBG A1 irregular verbs
A1+ irregular verbs 1
Irregular verbs

2. flew flown flew flown



English word "fly"(flew flown) occurs in sets:

czasowniki nieregularne past simple
Irregular Verbs
czasowniki A2