Formes du verbe « Construire » en anglais
Le verbe Construire est un verbe irrégulier en anglais :
Exemple(s) d’utilisation de « Construire » en anglais
Attention certains exemples peuvent être faux :
c’est le cas lorsque le verbe est orthographié exactement de la même manière qu’un nom ou un adjectif, comme c’est le cas pour « beat » par exemple.
The Saitta House, Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, New York built in 1899 is made of and decorated in wood.
More generally, people often build houses out of the nearest available material, and often tradition and/or culture govern construction-materials, so whole towns, areas, counties or even states/countries may be built out of one main type of material.
They include the zero-energy house, the passive solar house, superinsulated and houses built to the Passivhaus standard.
Humans often build « houses » for domestic or wild animals, often resembling smaller versions of human domiciles.
Familiar animal houses built by humans include bird-houses, hen-houses/chicken-coops and doghouses (kennels); while housed agricultural animals more often live in barns and stables.
People build bat-houses, nesting-sites for wild ducks and other birds, bee houses, giraffe houses, kangaroo houses, worm houses, hermit crab houses, as well as shelters for many other animals.
The Roman Empire was in need for armies to be able to travel quickly; they built deep roadbeds of crushed stone as an underlying layer to ensure that they kept dry, as the water would flow out from the crushed stone, instead of becoming mud in clay soils.
The youths were supposed to manage the hostel themselves as much as possible and do chores to keep the costs down and build character as well as being physically active outdoors.
For collateral relatives, more classificatory terms come into play, terms that do not build on the terms used within the nuclear family.
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