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i did that

📝 Description
"I did that" is a phrase in the past tense, first person singular. It's composed of "I" (pronoun), "did" (past tense of the verb "do"), and "that" (demonstrative pronoun). It expresses an action completed by the speaker in the past.
📝 Example Sentence
"Yesterday was hectic, but I managed; when my boss asked about the presentation, I confidently said, 'I did that.'"
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📝 Description
"I" is a pronoun used in English language. It's first person singular, used by a speaker to refer to themselves. "I" is always capitalized, regardless of its position in a sentence. It can be a subject, an object, or a complement in a sentence. It's also used in reflexive form as "myself".
📝 Example Sentence
"I enjoy reading books and walking in the park during autumn."
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did

📝 Description
"Did" is the past tense of the verb "do." It's used for forming questions, negatives, emphasizing, and making short answers in past simple tense. Example in a question: "Did you eat?" and in a negative sentence: "I did not eat."
📝 Example Sentence
"Did you remember to bring the umbrella, as it's going to rain today?"
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that

📝 Description
"That" is a versatile word in English, functioning as a demonstrative pronoun, relative pronoun, or conjunction. It refers to something previously mentioned, helps link clauses in a sentence, and can introduce indirect speech. For example, "That cat is cute" (demonstrative), "I know that it's raining" (conjunction), or "The cake that you baked was delicious" (relative pronoun).
📝 Example Sentence
"That is the book I told you about, the one with the interesting twist at the end."
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