yes,of course you can wish for anything(as long as it's a good wish) at anytime the lord is always there to hear you.
No, blew is the past tense of the verb to blow. He blew out the candles.
Christine blew out the candles on the cake. And opened her presents
The wind blew down that old tree. He blew out the candles on the cake.
It is five.It said there is 8 candles to begin with.Then it said it four were blown out so that would be four still lit.Then it said the window blew out 1. So if you put all that together you get three candles still burning.8-4-1=3So three candles were still lit.In the morning, those three candles will have melted and no longer count as candles, leaving the unlit and whole candles left.8-3=5So 5 candles are left.
There are many meanings for the word "draft" but one sentence could be: The draft coming through the door was so strong it blew the candles out.
A sentence with the word 'blew' could be 'I watched as the kite blew in the wind.'
She blew up the blue balloon.The sky was blue but the wind blew fiercely.The blue whale blew water as it breached the ocean's surface.I blew out my candles on my birthday cake which was covered in blue icing.
If you stand too close to the fire, it could singe the edge of your jacket. Did she singe her ponytail as she blew out her birthday candles? Sadly, the family photos were singed in the fire.
it means she made the house look all pretty and seductive with candles but she broke up with her boyfriend or whatever and so she blew the candles out. bascially her sex night got ruined by a fight.
The boy blew out the candle.
it blew up
Yes, it blew up yesterday!!
No, Big Ben is still standing.
No, the word 'blew' is NOT a noun.The word 'blew' is the past tense of the verb to blow.Example: The wind blew out the candles.The word 'blow' is both a verb and a noun.The noun 'blow' is a common noun; a general word for a hard hit to the body; a general word for a sudden shock or disappointment; a general word for an instance of forcing air through something; a general word for a very strong wind; a word for any blow of any kind.
You blew it means you failed.
Either another blown hose, or blown radiator. It could also be the antifreeze burning off of the engine.
Blew is correct.
Blue is Answer For Blew.
"BLEW" AS IN THE SONG "RUNAWAY TRAIN CAME DOWN THE TRACK AND SHE BLEW" pre-dates any breathalyzer connection. Surely, it means the (train) boiler blew...
Awnswer : blew it mean ruining . grammar example ; i really blew it !!!
A homophone for blew is Blue.
If your asking if blew rhymes with too your right. Blew and too rhyme.
The cast of As He Blew He Blew - 1915 includes: Harry La Pearl as Homeless Harry
No, blew is a past tense verb.
The prickly cacti remained still even when the strong gust blew by.