SAT in English
v. rest on the legs and buttocks; take a seat; place in a seat; brood, cover eggs to warm them before hatching; be located, be situated; pose or model for an artist; fit, hang (about clothes); babysit, supervise someone's children
n. standardized test required for acceptance to many colleges and universities in the United States
Anne and I sat and decided to order,first, a couple of jars of “sangría”, a drink that people had recommended to us.
We sat down and waited for the food to arrive.
We sat down for waiting our bus and I could talk with a girl from France.
My granddad used to sit me on his knee and tell me stories about England and the times he had visited the islands on the ferry.
And just as my granddad used to sit me on his knee and tell me about some of the strange things that Englishman will do for cheese, I’ll be able to do the same for my grandchildren.
Anne and I sat down and decided to order a couple of jars of “sangría”, a drink that people had recommended to us.
After lunch we sat at a table close to the shore to have a cup of coffee.
Now, they even go and sit by the speakers, waiting for their human parents to turn the music on.
Sitting next to me, my father would say, "If I could Tibby, I would gather those diamonds and make you a headdress so dazzling that even Isis herself would be envious!”.
When I was just a little girl, living on the family farm, I remember sitting at my father’s knee listening to his tales of battles fought and won.