Thanks Pacifica for your answer. It means that I raise myself up. I experienced a lot of difficult times in my life and they really draw me down to a point of almost destroying my life. I got focused on what I wanted and work for it untill i got it (I conquered it).Hello again,
I'm still not sure what you mean by "raise". Raise what? Can you explain? I'm thinking perhaps you rather mean "rise" or "rose".
So that's basically equivalent to "rise", right?It means that I raise myself up.
So that's basically equivalent to "rise", right?
Another thing that troubles me a bit is the tenses. It feels a bit weird to me to have "raise" in present tense and then "came" and "conquered" in past tense. It feels as if you should be referring either to those three things happening in the past, or to those three things happening in the present, but one in the present and the other two in the past sounds weird. Is there any particular reason for that mix of tenses? Do you mean "I raise now because I came and conquered in the past" or something like that?[/quote
So sorry, English its not my native language. Answering your questiona: 1) yes, its equivalent to rise. 2)The three are in the past. So I guess it’s “I rose”. I mean is that first I was down, then I rose, I came and I conquered