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play in English:

1. plays plays

Who plays golf?
I used to go to plays at least once a week in London.
Shakespeare, whose plays are world-famous, lived some four hundred years ago.
He's only twelve, but he plays chess with the best of them.
In London, quite a few musicals and plays are presented at the theaters every night.
His height is a great advantage when he plays volleyball.
You're mistaken. He plays bass, not trombone.
I met an American who was interested in Noh plays.
I am not particularly fond of Shaw's plays.
Courtships get interesting when one of the two plays hard to get.
No animal builds beautiful churches, plays tennis, tells jokes, writes songs or visits the moon.
By the way, I wonder how much of a hand Hiragawa MP plays in this matter?
This monkey plays a part in a monkey show in Ryogoku.
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 ...
No matter what he plays on the screen, Tom looks great.

English word "play"(plays) occurs in sets:

czasowniki present simple wojtek
czasowniki present simple wojtek 2
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