"Every perception is to some degree an act of creation, and every act of memory is to some degree an act of imagination."

-- Gerald Edelman, Second Nature: Brain Science and Human Knowledge
Spanish sentence: Si no funciona más, tíralo a la basura. El Barcelona no va a marcar si siguen tirando desde tan lejos. English sentence: If it doesn’t work anymore, throw it in the bin. Barcelona are not going to score if they keep shooting from so far away. Spanish word: #20 Tirar  Forms: Why it’s useful: Tirar is a flexible verb which literally means ‘to throw’ but can take on many subtly different meanings depending on the context. If you’re into sports, it’s also a very useful verb for talking about football or basketball. In this context, a tiro is a shot at goal and tirar is the verb used for this action. English word: - to throw/to throw out/to shoot Pronunciation: https://storage.googleapis.com/alley-d0944.appspot.com/LanguageMaster/562%20%281%29.mp3