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be careful

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"Be careful" is an imperative phrase in English. It's used to advise or warn someone to take precautions or avoid risk. It consists of the verb "be" in its base form and the adjective "careful" implying attentiveness or caution. It's usually said when there is a potential danger or harm.
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"Be careful when crossing the street, lest you meet an unchecked feat."
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be

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"Be" is a verb, part of the primary auxiliary verbs in English including "be," "have," and "do." It exists in several forms like "is," "am," "are," "was," "were," "being," "been." It's used to indicate existence, identity, condition, or behavior. It also functions in progressive verb tenses and passive voice.
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"Despite the rain, we can still be happy and enjoy our day inside."
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