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occur in English:

1. come up come up


Look, something has come up, and I can't meet you.
Can I come up and see your tattoos?
Something has come up and I have to stay at work a little longer than usual.
I'm afraid that something has come up.
I've got to go - something has just come up at home and I'm needed there.
The issue of security came up at the meeting yesterday. I'm so sorry, I have to leave. Something just come up but I'll call you later.
Wiktoria and I will come up Monday

English word "occur"(come up) occurs in sets:

Phrasal verbs 1
Phrasal verbs

2. take place take place


The concert will take place in the main square of the city.
sth take place in...
Where does the competition take place?
Tennis volleyball and basketball take place on the court
The next meeting will take place on Thursday.
When will the concert take place?
Australia Day Ferry Boat Race take place in Sydney Harbour.
The lecture will take place on Monday.
Which sports take place on an ice rink?
Football games take place at B.C. Place stadium.
I think the question we need to ask is where the robbery will take place.
The party will take place in the city centre.

English word "occur"(take place) occurs in sets:

INTELLIGENT BUSINESS upper-inter. U2

3. occur


Overlap can occur.
A budget deficit will occur because of a revenue shortfall.
These structures would rarely, if ever, occur in spoken English.
The important point concerning the complementary distribution is to specify the environment where the individual sounds occur.
Precognition is the act of using spiritual-power to know things that will occur in the future.
Some English speakers think that omission of the subject does not occur in their language, however, the subject of phrases like "thank you" or "bless you" is omitted.
The President cannot make clouds to rain and cannot make the corn to grow, he cannot make business good; although when these things occur, political parties do claim some credit for the good things that have happened in this way.
Pet loss refers to the reactions of shock and anger that occur in owners who have been bereaved of their pets.
It's the prevention of migraines during daily life that's important, not dealing with migraines when they occur.
The World Meteorological Organisation reported that 2000–2009 was the hottest decade on record, with eight of the hottest 10 years having occurred since 2000.
The first reference occurs in the English poet William Langland's book Piers Plowman written between 1370 and 1390.
Anup Kaphle recently pointed out that violent protests have occurred in countries such as Bosnia, Thailand and Guinea, among others
Many instances of hypothermia occur inside when there is cold weather and a lack of heating.
There is a downside to this: painful and unpleasant memories are as vivid as if they had just occurred.
Every airplane has an angle of attack where maximum lift occurs.

English word "occur"(occur) occurs in sets:

101 - 200 verbos
Vocabulary 6

4. to happen



English word "occur"(to happen) occurs in sets:

History słownictwo

5. to


Go to sleep.
I hope to one day speak German as well as you speak English.
Why aren't you going? "Because I don't want to."
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
Look at me when I talk to you!
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
Nobody ever comes to see us in this out-of-the-way village.
If I can get into university, I am hoping to learn to speak two foreign languages.
Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
Two roundtrip tickets to Osaka, please.
The president was quoted as saying he would like to visit Japan soon.
You are welcome to the use of our house while we are away on vacation.
It began to rain heavily just as we got to the gate.
According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.

English word "occur"(to) occurs in sets:

verbs/adjectives, nouns with propositions M, N, O

6. appear


Problem appeared.
That's because they're the classic places for 'something' to appear. Like the grand piano that plays by itself, the human anatomical model that moves by itself ...
At no period of our ancient history does there appear to have been greater attention paid to the culture of the female mind than during the age of Elizabeth and at no time has there existed a greater number of amiable and respectable women.
The sun is currently in a period of low activity but even so large sunspots occasionally appear.
The mountains, too, at a distance appear airy masses and smooth, but seen near at hand, they are rough.
The collaboration between these somewhat eccentric men was filled with strain and compromise on both sides, but in the end they appear to have gotten on well.
Japan may appear to be peaceful and tranquil on the surface but the fact is that there are a lot of deep-rooted problems.
All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian, or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.
You're not a serious mathematician unless you crumple up a piece of paper in frustration every twenty minutes, look off into space, and appear to be questioning your very existence.
Religion, which should most distinguish us from the beasts, and ought most particularly elevate us, as rational creatures, above brutes, is that wherein men often appear most irrational, and more senseless than beasts.
Objectivity may be threatened or appear to be threatened by undue dependence on any audit client or group of connected clients.
The seventy disciples received the teaching of Confucius in the oral form, for words that satirize, criticize, praise, conceal, suppress, or ridicule cannot appear in writing.

7. show


Show your cards.
How did you come by an admission ticket for the auto show free of charge?
I went to every modern art show that took place in Tokyo last year.
The television show was interrupted by a special news report.
She perused a magazine while waiting for her date to show up.
He puts on a show of being impartial and unbiased, but I think he's just a guy with no opinion of his own.
She had never seen New York before, so I offered to show her around.
In the U.S., you usually have to show identification in order to buy alcohol.
Sometimes it's OK to show crazy emotion.
The show presented modern art from Europe.
I tried to get him to show what his true nature was, but I couldn't.
I know you're happy about it. Why don't you just show it?
If students today had more free time, they might show more interest in politics.
He'll never show it, but I think that deep down, he's seriously worried.
Come and see the great show of Streetlife Dance Group