1. to stay
I'm going to stay at grandma's for the night.
Peter decided to stay at home, because he did't feel well.
I'm going to stay home today.
I'm going to stay here another week.
She decided to stay home.
It's too dangerous to stay here alone.
I’m going to stay one week in London.
English word "zostawać"(to stay) occurs in sets:Common Verbs – Basic Polish Vocabulary500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 50 - 75Unit 3 - słówka - part 3Olive Green lekcje A...Ruch i położenie
Tadpoles become frogs.
They say that in America anyone can become president, but perhaps that's not really true.
All people can become friends, even if their languages and customs are different.
He had not been employed by the company three years before he become a director.
When did America become independent of England?
To become a professional banjo player, you need to spend thousands of hours practicing.
When we started out in 2009, I was convinced that our store would become one of the best in the city.
If you want to become thin, you should cut back on the between-meal snacks.
You only really need to sound exactly like a native speaker if you want to become a spy.
What should I do if I become depressed while studying abroad?
After a while, corn flakes in milk will become soggy.
A really perceptive person can figure out a whole situation with just a few clues. That's the kind of person I want you to become.
When I use contacts, my eyes feel dry and become red.
Getting rid of garbage has become a major headache for the authorities.
Babies can become dehydrated from a high fever, so I was told that it would be better to send him to the hospital.
English word "zostawać"(become) occurs in sets:CZASOWNIKI NIEREGULARNE do sCzasowniki nieregularne