English English Dictionary

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live in English:

1. lived lived


He lived in obscurity.
After I graduated from college, I moved back home and lived with my parents for three years.
The general lived the rest of his life peacefully after his retirement.
In the early days of American history, blacks lived in slavery.
By the age of 25, she had lived in five different countries.
A long time ago, most people lived in groups that moved around as the seasons changed.
Tom lived in a tent next to the river while he attended summer school.
Gerhard Schroeder is the first German chancellor not to have lived through World War II.
Bear in mind that half one's life is lived after forty.
He was a writer who had never lived up to the promise of his first novel.
Tom bought a bunch of inexpensive cameras to give to children who lived in his neighborhood.
He once lied and told her a rare creature lived in her closet.
Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun who lived and worked in Calcutta, India.
Did you know that some foxes lived on this mountain?
Shakespeare, whose plays are world-famous, lived some four hundred years ago.

English word "live"(lived) occurs in sets:

Minimal Pairs - Consonants
Minimal Pairs - Vowels
past simple podstawowe