meet your family
met + met
siębasic verbs in Spanish - los verbos básicos en esp...
2. bump into
They're smart enough, we hope, not to bump into each other.
You won’t believe whom I bumped into yesterday. Our English teacher was at the party I went to
You'll never guess who I bumped into at the supermarket!
e.g. Guess what! I bumped into an old schoolmate on the bus; I was so glad to meet her after all these years.
„You won’t believe whom I bumped into yesterday. Our English teacher was at the party I went to.”Spanish vocab
3. to feel
I felt embarrassed by the whole situation.
The mother and the baby are feeling great
What do I feel?
feel - felt - felt
4. come across
i was walking by the street when i came across my friend. i was looking ine the box when i come across pen that i lost 10 years ago.
the message didn't came across very clearly
to meet sb by chance
„As we were going down the hill, we came across a wolf!”
5. to meet someone Verbos Reflexivos