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Marvelous

Amazing, great, strange, wonderful. Cause of wonder

Inferior race =/= ?


/ın'fırıər/

Superior race


The belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior race or superior race to another races.

Racial inferiority =/=

=/= Racial superiority

Meeting =/= ?

Parting

Life is made up of meetings and partings. That is the way of it.

Look down on

Regard with contempt


Regard with a feeling of superiority

Before my time is done, I will look down on your corpse and smile.

Put up with

Tolerate, endure

The real question is why did you ever put up with me?

The school is still two and half miles away. To the girls the road ...?... endless.

To the girls the road feels endless.

Conquer

V.


Overcome by conquest


To put down by force

The Trojans have never been conquered. Some say they can't be conquered.

Exclusively

/ık'sklusıvlı/


Without any others being included or involved.


Alone


Entirely

I'm here today because I wanna represent you exclusively.

Savanna

A flat grassland in tropical or subtropical regions

All zebras live in Africa and I'm talking to you live from the savanna.

Thanks for ....?.... To see me.

Thanks for agreeing to see me.

= accept, consent

I've never had a friend who ...?... risk his life for me.

I've never had a friend who would risk his life for me.

Thrifty

/'€rıfti/


Adj.


Economical, thriving

By being thrifty, Miss Benson managed to get along on her small income.

Miserly

/'maızərli/


adj.


خسیس


= parsimonious, mean

A miserly person rarely has any friends.

Feeble

Adj.


/'fibəl/


Weak, frail, infirm

We heard a feeble cry from the exhausted child.


Feeble mind

Feeble

Adj.


/'fibəl/


Weak, frail, infirm

We heard a feeble cry from the exhausted child.


Feeble mind

Approach

/ əˈprōCH /


V.


N.



The crowd cheered as she approached the finish line.



We need a whole new approach to the job.

postpone something


postpone doing

/pəʊs(t)ˈpəʊn/


v.


To put off something to another time.


To delay

#postpone something :


I neglected to postpone the party because I thought everyone would come.


#postpone + doing :


we had to postpone going to France because the children were ill.

consent

/kənˈsɛnt/


n. permission for something to happen or agreement to do something.


v. give permission for something to happen

our teacher consented to leave our class early.


Reluctantly, I've consented to lend her my car.

massive

/ˈmasɪv/


Adj.




#large and heavy or solid.



#very serious.


#very successful or influential.

From lifting weights, he has developed massive muscles.



"a massive heart attack"



"the band are going to be massive"

preserve

/prɪˈzəːv/


v. maintain (something) in its original or existing state.




n. a foodstuff made with fruit preserved in sugar

#v. we have to try so hard to preserve our environment.




#n. a jar of cherry preserve

denounce sb for doing sth

v.


/dɪˈnaʊns/


#publicly declare to be wrong or evil.


#inform against.

the father denounced his son for lying to the district attorney.

district attorney

n.


(in the US) a public official who acts as prosecutor for the state in a particular district.


دادستان

Generally, the duties of a district attorney are to manage the prosecutor's office, investigate alleged crimes in cooperation with law enforcement, and file criminal charges or bringing evidence before the Grand Jury.

'torrent

n.


#a strong and fast-moving stream of water or other liquid.



##an overwhelming outpouring of (something, typically words).

#The rain poured down in torrents.


##He let out a torrent of angry words.

resent something


resent doing something



v.


/rɪˈzɛnt/


feel bitterness or indignation at (a circumstance, action, or person).

#I resented the way my boyfriend treated me.


##I resent being treated like a child.

molest

v.


/məˈlɛst/


assault or abuse (a person, especially a woman or child) sexually.

The girl had been molested frequently by her stepfather.

gloomy

adj.


/ˈɡluːmi/


dark, depressing or dim.

#An example of gloomy is a rainy, dark day.


#An example of gloomy is a person who is sad or pessimistic

unforeseen

/ʌnfɔːˈsiːn,ʌnfəˈsiːn/


ADJ.


not anticipated or predicted.

our insurance package enables you to protect yourself and your dependents against unforeseen circumstances"

(Could, would, should)


#You ....?....'ve studied more.



##He ....?....'ve studied more, but he didn't.



###If he had studied more, he ....?....'ve passed the exam.

#You should've studied more.



##He could've studied more, but he didn't.



###If he had studied more, he would've passed the exam.

To express regret

Jane yelled at her workers. They all quit.


1- She .....?... have yelled at her workers.


2- She ....?... have more polite.


3- They ......?.... have quit if she hadn't yelled at them.

Jane yelled at her workers. They all quit.



1- She shouldn't have yelled at her workers



.2- She could have more polite.



3- They wouldn't have quit if she hadn't yelled at them.

I finally ..?... my pay check.


I finally ..?.. my pay check.

I finally took my pay check.


I finally got my pay check.

(Took/Got)



I ....?... my pills at 2.


My mom ...?... me my pills.

I took my pills at 2.



My mom got me my pills.


Teacher...?... an exam.


Student ...?... an exam. (Take/get)

Student took an exam.


Teacher got an exam.



#The doctor is giving an exam.


## The teacher gives an exam.


### the patient takes an exam.


#### the student takes an exam.

...?... A course (Take/get)

I took an English course in the summer.

Take some lessons

.?.. a taxi, train, bus, plane (Take/get)

Take a bus, taxi, train, plane


Get a bus, taxi, train, plane

Take and get are right.

...?.... A photo (Take/get)

Take a photo

...?... a break (Take/get)

Take a break

...?.... a shower (Take/get)

Take a shower

...?.... your time (Take/get)

Take your time

If you're doing a big job, not hurry, take your time

...?... a sit (Take/get)

Take a sit

...?... A ticket (Take/get)

Get a ticket = buy

Arrive;



I ...?... home late last night. (Take/get)

I got home late last night. = arrive

Married


Divorced


(Take/get)

She got married last year and she got divorced last month.

Get lost

Go away

...?... a job (Take/get)

Get a job

...?... your homework done (Take/get)

Get your homework done

....?... A score (Take/get)


....?.... Some points (Take/get)

Get a score


Get a point

how's it goin?

Trying to start a conversation. You should answer the question and add some other information or questions.

WHAT'VE YA BEEN UP TO?

what have you done since the last time I saw you?

#I've been studying.




#not much, I've just studying a lot.

How've ya been?

#I've been doing some stuff.




#I've been traveling some places.




#I've been reading for my new business.



#I've been trying to pass my exams.

How 'bout ....?....... (taking/take to)

#How 'bout taking a trip to Europe?


#How 'bout going to the party tonight?

Sorry,I can't.


Sure, sounds good.

Do ya wanna....

#Do you wanna finish this book?


#Do you wanna learn English with me?

What d'ya call this?

What do you call this?

How do I get to the palace?

How can I go to somewhere?

Can I ...?... 100 grams of beef please?

#Can I have 100 grams of beef please?


#Can I have that please?

....?.... do I use this tools?

# How do I use this tools?


# How do I program this machine?


# How do I be a better student?

How ...?... are you open?

How late are you open?

Do you have any ...?... for the weekend?

# Do you have any plans for the weekend?


# Do you have any plans for the his birthday?

My back hurts.

My knees hurt.

How much is this?

How much is this?

What dij ya say?

What did you say?

What does that mean?

What does that mean?

I ...?... to go to the restroom.

I need to finish my homework tonight.

When do we go?;




When ...???.....

When are we leaving?


When are you coming?

....?.... your fears.

Face your fears.

Practice ....?.... master.

Practice makes master.

Ten years ago she was a man.


She ....?... to be a man.

She used to be a man.

#Used to + infinitive (original v1)


#with a change of situation


#

He ....?.... to be a cleaner, now he's a doctor.

He used to be a cleaner, now he's a doctor.

# only for past situation

You're so skinny, but I remember you. Didn't you ....?... to be fat?

Didn't you use to be fat?

I didn't smoke before and I still don't smoke. Nothing is different. So I can say " I ...?... never smoked."

" I've never smoked."

I ....?... to have a car but now I have a scooter.

I used to have a car but now I have a scooter.

I remember she didn't like meat but now she eat meat. Did she ...?... to be vegan?

Did she use to be vegan?

Did + subject + use to + verb

Humans didn't ....?.... to live in houses but now they do.

Humans didn't use to live in houses but now they do.

I remember she didn't like meat but now she eats meat. Did she ...?... to be vegan?

Did she use to be vegan?

Did + subject + use to + verb

Go ...?... and luck the door.

Go out and luck the door.

She opened the door quietly and walked ...?...

She opened the door quietly and walked out.

Look ...?.... There is a rainbow in the sky.

Look out. There is a rainbow in the sky.

She got ...?... the bus = she got in the car.

She got on the bus = she got in the car.

Get off the bus = get out the car.


Get on the bus = get in the car.

Get ...?... the bus = get out the car.

Get off the bus = get out the car.

Get off the bus=get out the car


Get on the bus=get in the car

We both are happy. I take ....?... my mom.

We both are happy. I take after my mom.

Take after For personality


Look like for appearance

The plane lands =/= The plane takes ....?... on time.

The plane takes off on time.

The company took ...?... with that policy.

The company took off with that policy.

Took off for


# success


# airplanes


# clothes

The plane lands =/= The plane takes ....?... on time.

The plane takes off on time.

I can control = I can take ...?... my company.

I can control = I can take over my company.

I drunk. I can't drive. Can you take ...?... the driving?

Can you take over?

Occupy;


These days I am taking ...?.... some tennis lessons.

These days I am taking up some tennis lessons.

Take up=


# begin work or acting


# pursue


# adopt

Discuss the issue with your boss;



You should take it ...?... with your boss.

You should take it up with your boss.

Take up with someone = bring it to the table

Separate;



Financial issues took them ...?...

Financial issues took them apart.

Take apart =


# separate


# search by separating the house's things

Discuss the issue with your boss;



You should take it ...?... with your boss.

You should take it up with your boss.

Take up with someone = bring it to the table

Adopt;


I recently take an orphan ...?....

I recently take an orphan in.


I recently take a pet in.


Take in =


# adopt


# make clothes smaller


# see or watch


# understand perfectly

Say to tailor : "make this shirt smaller please. Take this ..??.. a bit. "

make this shirt smaller please. Take this in a bit.

Adopt;


I recently take an orphan ...?....

I recently take an orphan in.


I recently take a pet in.


Take in =



# adopt


# make clothes smaller


# see or watch


# understand perfectly

engage;



My company is taking ...?... new staff.

My company is taking on new staff.

Take on;



# accept as a challenge


# admit to a group


# contend against a opponent


# engage

I wanna take you ...?... for dinner.

I wanna take you out for dinner tonight.

engage;



My company is taking ...?... new staff.

My company is taking on new staff.

Take on



# accept as a challenge



# admit to a group



# contend against a opponent



# engage

Write down;


The police took ...?... our names and addresses.

The police took down our names and addresses.

Take down ;



# separate a large structure into pieces (take apart)


# write down

Remove;


The protesters were arrested and taken ...?... by the police.

The protesters were arrested and taken away by the police.

Take away;


# to remove sth or someone from a place


# to make sth disappear


# to subtract one number from another

Remove;


The teacher took my phone ....?... until the end of the class.

The teacher took my phone away until the end of the class.

Take away;



# to remove sth or someone from a place


# to make sth disappear


# to subtract one number from another

Make sth disappear;




@I need something to take ...?... My pain.



@the photos of the accident took ...?... My appetite.

@I need something to take away my pain.



@The photos of accident took away my appetite.

Take away;# to remove sth or someone from a place# to make sth disappear# to subtract one number from another

Remove;


The teacher took my phone ....?... until the end of the class.

The teacher took my phone away until the end of the class.

Take away;



# to remove sth or someone from a place



# to make sth disappear



# to subtract one number from another

Breathtaking;



It took my breath ....?....

It took my breath away.

To subtract;


@If you take ...?... three from ten, you leave seven.



@twenty take ....?... five is fifteen.

@If you take away three from ten, you leave seven.



@twenty take away five is fifteen.

Take away;



# to remove sth or someone from a place



# to make sth disappear



# to subtract one number from another

To retract a word;


I'm sorry. I said you were stupid. I take it ...?...

I'm sorry. I said you were stupid. I take it back.

Take back;



# To retract something you said



# to return something



# to remind you of another time



# to resume a relationship

To return something;



My phone is already broken when I opened the box. I took it ...?... to the store.

I took it back to the store.

Take back;




# To retract something you said


# to return something


# to remind you of another time


# to resume a relationship

To remind you of another time;



That song takes me ....?... to my childhood.

That song takes me back to my childhood.

Take back;



# To retract something you said



# to return something



# to remind you of another time



# to resume a relationship

To resume a relationship;



She has forgiven him and taken him ..?..

She has forgiven him and taken him back.

Take back;



# To retract something you said


# to return something


# to remind you of another time


# to resume a relationship

Make a new habit of something;



she has recently taken ...?... eating healthy food.

She has recently taken to eating healthy food.

Take to;



# to make a new habit



# to develop an ability



# to move towards or go from a place

To develop an ability for something;




She took ...?... the piano with ease.



She took ...?... swimming very quickly.

She took to the piano with ease.



She took to swimming very quickly.

Take to; # to make a new habit # to develop an ability # to move towards or go from a place

To move towards;



The bird took ....?... the air before the cat reached it.



The passengers took ...?... the lifeboats when the ship was sinking.

The bird took to the air before the cat reached it.



The passengers took to the lifeboats when the ship was sinking.

Take to;



# to make a new habit



# to develop an ability



# to move towards or go from a place

As he grew ...?... an adult, he walked a lonely path.

As he grew into an adult, he walked a lonely path.

Are you guys an item? =



Anything going ...?... with you two?

Anything going on with you two?

Doesn't it freak you ...?... sometimes,Having all those little guys depending ...?... you?

Doesn't it freak you out sometimes, having all those little guys depending on you ?

The plane took ...?...



The helicopter took ...?. from the platform.

The plane took off.



The helicopter took off from the platform.

Take off;



# to fly



# to remove (clothing/thing)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

He took his tie ...?..



Can you please take your feet ...?... The coffee table?

He took his tie off.



Can you please take your feet off the coffee table?

Take off;



# to fly



# to remove (clothing/thing)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

He saw me coming and took ...?... in the other direction.



The burglars took ...?... before the police arrived.

He saw me coming and took off in the other direction.



The burglars took off before the police arrived.

Take off;



# to fly# to remove (clothing/thing)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

Sales of their new products have really taken ...?..



Her new song has taken ...?... in the charts.

Sales of their new products have really taken off.



Her new song has taken off in the charts.

Take off;



# to fly



# to remove (clothing/thing)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

I felt sick so I took a couple of days ...?... work.



He took two weeks ...?... work for his honeymoon.

I felt sick so I took a couple of days off work.



He took two weeks off work for his honeymoon.

Take off;



# to fly



# to remove (clothing/thing)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

Quick! Take the knife ....?.... that little boy.

Quick! Take the knife off that little boy.

Take off;



# to fly



# to remove (clothing/thing)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

Remove a person from a place or list;



Due to his performance, he was taken ...?... the team.



They took the injured player ...?... the field on a stretcher.

Due to his performance, he was taken off the team.



They took the injured player off the field on a stretcher.

Take off;



# to fly



# to remove (clothing/thing/ person)



# to leave a place (quickly)



# to become popular or successful



# to not work for a period of time

To be surprised or shocked;



I was taken ....?... by her generosity.



We were rather taken ....?... by her nasty reply.



The news of the actor's death taken me ...?....

I was taken aback by her generosity.



We were rather taken aback by her nasty reply.



The news of the actor's death taken me aback.

Take aback;


(transitive)


Mostly in the passive voice


(to be+ taken + aback by ....)



# to be surprised or shocked

Intervene without invitation;





She knew nothing about gardens, but she was always ....?....

She was always inter'fering.

#Intervene without invitation



#prevent from continuing



#Tending to interfere in other people's affairs

One of the members came up to the conference ....?...desk and asked the girl behind it.

One of the members came up to the conference inquiries desk and asked the girl behind it.

Inquiry;



# an act of asking for information



# an official investigation

The herd breaks ...?... and now it's easier to ...?... an individual.

The herd breaks up and now it's easier to target an individual.

Please talk to the receptionist. he'll make an ...?... for your next visit.

Please talk to the receptionist. he'll make an appointment for your next visit.

1. Assign someone to a particular office or position



2. Schedule a meeting with someone

To decide;



I want to think about it before I make a ...?....

I want to think about it a bit before I make a decision.

Make a decision;



Decide


To consider something

Try hard to do something;


I wish you'd make the ...?... to get on with her.

I wish you'd make the effort to finish it.


Make an efforts


Make efforts

If you make the effort to do something, you do it even though you need extra energy to do it or you don't really want to.

Choose, select;



Make a ...?...


Make a choice




It's not about making the right choice. It's about making a choice and making it right.

Because it's your birthday, I'll make an ....?.... and let you stay up as late as you want.

Because it's your birthday, I'll make an exception and let you stay up as late as you want.

make an exception;



Exempt someone or something from a rule or practice.

He got to work late and made some ...?... about being stuck in traffic.

He got to work late and made some excuse about being stuck in traffic.

If you learn to play the piano, you make ...?.... over a series of lessons.



We're not finished yet, but we're making ...?...

If you learn to play the piano, you make progress over a series of lessons.



We're not finished yet, but we're making progress.

Make progress;



To move forward in work or activity.

If you want to make significant ...?... in life, you need to have a vision.

If you want to make significant progress in life, you need to have a vision.


Make significant progress =



make (great, considerable, substantial) progress


To neatly arrange the blankets, pillows, and bedspread;



Please ...???...

Please make the bed

To wish for something;



Close your eyes and ..???...

Close your eyes and make a wish

To pay attention or ensure;



I'd like to discuss the first point in your essay. You made some interesting ...?... in your speech.

I'd like to discuss the first point in your essay. You made some interesting points in your speech.

I suppose the people who wrote that stuff on the wall were trying to make a ...?..., but they mainly made a mess.



Make a ...?... to carry your calendar with you at all times.

I suppose the people who wrote that stuff on the wall were trying to make a point, but they mainly made a mess.



Make a point to carry your calendar with you at all times.

You told us your opinion;



OK, you've made your ...?..., there's no need to go on about it.

You've made your point. That's a good point.

They made a ...?... to begin work immediately.



When we make a ...?..., we ask someone for something.

They made a request to begin work immediately.



When we make a request, we ask someone for something.

If you make ...?..., you give someone smaller notes, bills, or coins, in exchange for the same value of larger ones.

If you make change, you give someone smaller notes, bills, or coins, in exchange for the same value of larger ones.

you give someone smaller notes, bills, or coins, in exchange for the same value of larger ones;




It is the same thing with making ..?... in our lives.

It is the same thing with making changes in our lives.

For faster processing, make your ...?... online.

For faster processing, make your payment online

I have to make a ..?.. for internet account.

I have to make a payment for internet account.

If you make something ...?..., you say something in a way that makes it impossible for there to be any doubt about your meaning, wishes or intentions.

If you make something clear,

Explain, explicit

Acquire great wealth by one's own efforts;



He had come from Iran to makes his ...?.... as a pop singer.



He made a ....?... on the stuck market.

He had come from Iran to makes his fortune as a pop singer.



He made a fortune on the stuck market.

If you make ...?..., you obtain money by earning or by making a profit.

If you make money,

Begin a friendship with someone;



He has ...??... with the kids on the street.

He has made friends with the kids on the street.

Never make ...?... of people who speak broken English. It means that they know another language.

Never make fun of people who speak broken English. It means that they know another language.

Have sexual intercourse with,,, go to bed together;



One of the young men makes ...?... to a village girl.

One of the young men makes love to a village girl.

Create a dirty or untidy state;


To ruin something;



All the eggs broke and made ....??....




The scandal made ...??... of his political career.

All the eggs broke and made a mess.



The scandal made a mess of his political career.

When you make a ...?..., you've done something incorrectly.

When you make a mistake, you've done something incorrectly.

Act in a way designed to attract a lot of attention or publicity;



The baby next door always makes a ...?... last night.


The planes make a lot of ...?...

The baby next door always makes a noise last night.



The planes make a lot of noise.

Make a decision;



I'm going to make the ...?... to reschedule the shoot.


OK, you made the right ...?...

I'm going to make the call to reschedule the shoot.


OK, you made the right call.

Make the call


Make a call =




Make a decision


Dial someone's number and speak to them;



I have to speak to my friend. Wait there for a minute. I have to make a ...??....



Can I make a ...??...

I have to make a phone call.



Can I make a phone call?

We've all made ....?...., but it's important to own up to them and learn from what happened.

We've all made mistakes, but it's important to own up to them and learn from what happened.

She makes a big ...?... from selling waste material to textile companies.



The school summer fair Made a clear ...?... of $500.

She makes a big profit from selling waste material to textile companies.



The school summer fair Made a clear profit of $500.

Make money, being beneficial;



You don't expect to make much ...?... within the first couple of years ..?.. setting up a company.

You don't expect to make much profit within the first couple of years of setting up a company.

Make a profit


Make much profit


Make a huge profit


Make a clear profit


Make a big profit

To begin to make a profit;



He's been in business five years, but has not yet ...?... a profit.



Consider effective ways to ...?... a profit for your business.

He's been in business five years, but has not yet turned a profit.



Consider effective ways to turn a profit for your business.

Put forward an idea for someone to think about;



She made some very helpful ...?... on to cut our costs.

She made some very helpful suggestions on to cut our costs.

Waiting to listen to other people's ideas;



We're ....?... to ...?....

We're open to suggestion.

The grass is always ...?... on the other side of the fence.

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

I have now run ...?... of things to tell you.

I have now run out of things to tell you.

It's too late to abandon our true selves;



We've come ...??... to ...??.... who we are.

We've come too far to give up who we are.

Become popular;



* Bicycling is ...??... in America.



* The idea of linking pay to performance has ...??...

* Bicycling is catching on in America.



* The idea of linking pay to performance has caught on.

Catch on ;



# become popular


# understand, comprehend, realize

Comprehend;



He doesn't take hints very easily, but he'll ...??... eventually.

He doesn't take hints very easily, but he'll catch on eventually.

Catch on ;


# become popular


# understand, comprehend, realize

If you make an ......?.... to do something, you try to do it, often without success.






Everything is almost ready for me to make another ...?... on the record.

If you make an attempt to do something, you try to do it, often without success.






Everything is almost ready for me to make another attempt on the record.

to try to kill someone;




A would-be assassin made an ...?.... on the President's life.

A would-be assassin made an attempt on the President's life.

to say that one will pay a specified amount of money for something;




They made ....??.... on our house.

They made an offer on our house.




to initiate a proposal;






make me an ...?... .

Make me an offer.

To act or behave in a troublesome manner; to cause problems or issues;




I'm not trying to make ....?.... for anyone, but it's my duty to point out these inconsistencies in the accounts.




Tom! Martin! Quit making ...?... back there, or I'll send both of you to the principal's office!

I'm not trying to make trouble for anyone, but it's my duty to point out these inconsistencies in the accounts.



Tom! Martin! Quit making trouble back there, or I'll send both of you to the principal's office!

# Make trouble for


# Quit making trouble

to cause problem or additional work;




I don't want to make ...?..., but I have a few suggestions that could make things work more smoothly.

I don't want to make trouble, but I have a few suggestions that could make things work more smoothly.

make trouble for someone/something

situated ahead or going before;




Thank you ....??..... for your help.

Thank you in advance for your help.

ahead of time




in anticipation

And you need not be afraid that you will make a ...?.... of yourself and everyone notice.

And you need not be afraid that you will make a cake of yourself and everyone notice.

To make a fool of yourself

Industrious

To get all the food she needs, she has to be both industrious and ingenious.


Industrious;



Tireless, energetic, diligent

Sacrifice

You sacrificed everything just to save us.


sacrifice. ( n. v. ) =/ˈsakrɪfʌɪs/




# give up (something valued) for the sake of other considerations.

To ask someone politely to do something;




Would you m...? Buckling your seat belt?

Would you mind buckling your seat belt?

Would you mind +(v + ing)



Bukle


ˈbək(ə)l


v. n.


با قلاب بستن، قلاب، با سگک بستن، سگک




To ask someone politely to do something;



Would you ....?... reading this, please?

Would you mind reading this, please?

Would you mind + ing

Anybody can do sports but if you ...?.... a sport, it's because you're a professional sportsman/woman.






he p....?... as a doctor.

Anybody can do sports but if you practice a sport, it's because you're a professional sportsman/woman.






he practice as a doctor.

Refer to a past period;



that was ..... in high school.

That was back in high school.

To have a desire to be with someone;



# I told her you have a ...?... on her.



# he has a major ...?... on her.

# I told her you have a crush on her.# he has a major crush on her.

A major crush on someone


Big crush on someone


massive crush on someone


An enormous crush on someone

To cost a lot of money;



It cost a ....?.... to get the car fixed.

It cost a fortune to get the car fixed.



Not come cheap;



This must have cost him a ...?....

This must have cost him a fortune.


/masdav/

Ridiculously expensive

Very expensive

Pronounce;


What did you just say?

/wa di je jas sey/

To show we're angry or surprised;



What did you '''?'''' do?

What did you just do?


What did you just say?

To forget someone after breaking up;



You broke my heart. You know how many women I had to sleep with to get '''?''' you?


You broke my heart. You know how many women I had to sleep with to get over you?


Get over someone

To forget someone after breaking up;



You broke my heart. I'm ''''?''' you.

I'm over you.

To get someone permission to do something;



Do you mind "?" I use your bathroom?



- Do you mind if I use your bathroom?





Do you mind if I check my messages?

- Do you mind if I use this? (To get permission)



+ Go ahead (to give permission)

How something happened;



+ How ''?''' you got back so early?



- I didn't study at school today?



+ really? How '''?''' ?



+ How come you got back so early?



- I didn't study at school today?



+ really? How come?







A man who is engaged to be married;



Fiance (men)


Fiancee (women)

I'm with somebody else. I'm happy. It's too late. This ship has '''?''.

This ship has sailed.

It's '''?''' to be in a different color, but it looks green to me.

It's meant to be in a different color, but it looks green to me.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do something



# Supposed to be or do something

Intended;



They knew as soon as they met that they were '''?''' to be together.

They knew as soon as they met that they were meant to be together.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do something



# Supposed to be or do something

Supposed;



The buses are '''?''' to arrive every 15 minutes.

The buses are meant to arrive every 15 minutes.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do something



# Supposed to be or do something

Supposed;



The villa is '''?''' to be very beautiful at this time of year.

The villa is meant to be very beautiful at this time of year.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do something



# Supposed to be or do something

Expected, intended;



You were '''?''' to keep the children out of trouble.

You were meant to keep the children out of trouble.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do sth


# Supposed to be or do sth

Expected, intended;



It was ''?''' to be a simple joke, but she lost her temper.

It was meant to be a simple joke, but she lost her temper.

Be meant to;


# Intended to be or do


#Supposed to be or do




Lose your temper;


#no longer in control of yourself


Expected;



Come on, you're '''?''' to help me.

You're meant to help me.

Be meant to;


# Intended to be or do something



# Supposed to be or do something

Christmas time is ""?"" to bring people together.

Christmas time is meant to bring people together.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do sth


# Supposed to be or do sth

urgent advice;



It's 5 o'clock. I'd '''?''' go now.

I'd better go now.

Had better;



# an urgent advice with bad consequences if you don't follow it.




Had better + V1


Had better not + V1

Urgent advice;


She '''??''' get here soon or she'll miss the train.

She had better get here soon.


She'd better

Had better;



# an urgent advice with bad consequences if you don't follow it.



(+) Had better + V1


(-) Had better not + V1

Urgent advice;



You '''??''' not leave your bag there. Someone might steal it.

You had better not leave your bag there.



You'd better

Had better;



# an urgent advice with bad consequences if you don't follow it.




Had better + V1


Had better not + V1

Expected, intended;



You were '''?''' to keep the children out of trouble.

You were meant to keep the children out of trouble.

Be meant to;



# Intended to be or do something


# Supposed to be or do something

go ''?'' home

Go home

Go Home


Go Downtown


Go swimming


Go shopping


Go dancing


Go camping


Go .....dancing

Go Home


Go Downtown


Go swimming


Go shopping


Go dancing


Go camping


Go "?" downtown

Go Home


Go Downtown


Go swimming


Go shopping


Go dancing


Go camping


Go "?" Swimming

Go Home


Go Downtown


Go swimming


Go shopping


Go dancing


Go camping


Go"?" Shopping

Go Home


Go Downtown


Go swimming


Go shopping


Go dancing


Go camping


Go "?" Camping

Go Home


Go Downtown


Go swimming


Go shopping


Go dancing


Go camping


Go "?" Class

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church

Go "?" school

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church


Go "?" Sleep

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church


Go "?" Bed

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church


Go "?" College

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church


Go "?" Work

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church


Go "?" New Zealand

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church


Go "?" Church

Go to class


Go to school


Go to sleep


Go to bed


Go to college


Go to work


Go to New Zealand


Go to Europe


Go to church



Go "?" a vacation

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage



Go "?" holidays

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage


Go "?" a cruise

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage


Go "?" a date

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage


Go "?" a trip

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage


Go "?" a journey

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage

Go "?" stage

Go on a vacation (American)


Go on holidays (British)


Go on a cruise


Go on a date


Go on a trip


Go on a journey


Go on stage


Go "?" a swim

Go for a walk


Go for a swim


Go for a drive


Go for a run


Go for a dip

Go "?" a walk

Go for a noun where the noun is an activity




Go for a walk


Go for a swim


Go for a drive


Go for a run


Go for a dip

Go for + a + noun (where the noun is an activity)

Go "?" a drive

Go for a noun where the noun is an activity



Go for a walk


Go for a swim


Go for a drive


Go for a run


Go for a dip

Go "?" a run

Go for a noun where the noun is an activity



Go for a walk


Go for a swim


Go for a drive


Go for a run


Go for a dip

Go "?" a dip

Go for a noun (an activity)



Go for a walk


Go for a swim


Go for a drive


Go for a run


Go for a dip

Go "?" a restaurant

Go to a restaurant


Go to a bar


Go to a Party


Go to a festival


Go to a concert


Go to a conference

Go "?" a bar

Go to a restaurant


Go to a bar


Go to a Party


Go to a festival


Go to a concert


Go to a conference

Go "?" a party

Go to a restaurant


Go to a bar


Go to a Party


Go to a festival


Go to a concert


Go to a conference

Go "?" a festival

Go to a restaurant


Go to a bar


Go to a Party


Go to a festival


Go to a concert


Go to a conference

Go "?" a concert

Go to a restaurant


Go to a bar


Go to a Party


Go to a festival


Go to a concert


Go to a conference

Go "?" a conference

Go to a restaurant


Go to a bar


Go to a Party


Go to a festival


Go to a concert


Go to a conference

Go "??" airport

Go to the airport


Go to the bank


Go to the bathroom


Go to the doctor


Go to the supermarket

Go "??" bank

Go to the airport


Go to the bank


Go to the bathroom


Go to the doctor


Go to the supermarket

Go "??" bathroom

Go to the airport


Go to the bank


Go to the bathroom


Go to the doctor


Go to the supermarket

Go "??" doctor

Go to the airport


Go to the bank


Go to the bathroom


Go to the doctor


Go to the supermarket

Go "??" supermarket

Go to the airport


Go to the bank


Go to the bathroom


Go to the doctor


Go to the supermarket

Go "?" window shopping

Go + gerund



Go skiing


Go skating


Go swimming


Go fishing


Go dancing


Go sailing


Go boating


Go bowling


Go bungee jumping


Go sightseeing


Go skydiving


Go jogging


Go parasailing


Go running


Go rollerblading


Go windsurfing


Go window shopping





Go "?" running

Go + gerund


Go skiing


Go skating


Go swimming


Go fishing


Go dancing


Go sailing


Go boating


Go bowling


Go bungee jumping


Go sightseeing


Go skydiving


Go jogging


Go parasailing


Go running


Go rollerblading


Go windsurfing


Go window shopping

A state of the skin caused by cold, fear or excitement;



Such a scary story. I got """?"".

I got goosebumps.


(/goosebumps)

A state of the skin caused by cold, fear or excitement;




-- She sings so beautifully. I got""?"".



-- I got ""?"" watching that horror movie.

She sings so beautifully. Goosebumps.




I got goosebumps watching that horror movie.


A state of the skin caused by cold, fear or excitement;




You're cold. Look. You've got ""?""".

You're cold. Look. You've got goosebumps.

""??"" pretty girl you are.

Such a pretty girl you are.

Such "?" beautiful flowers

Such beautiful flowers

How many



We visited ""?"" fascinating places on our trip.

We visited such fascinating places on our trip.

She has such "?" lovely hair.

She has such lovely hair.

Hair (uncountable)

Such"?" beautiful weather

Such beautiful weather

Weather ( uncountable )

We had such "?" awful meal at that restaurant.

We had such an awful meal at that restaurant.

She lives in such "?" loneliness.

She lives in such loneliness.

Loneliness (uncountable)

This T-shirt is too big. Do you have it in ""?"" sizes?

Do you have it in other sizes?

Other as a determiner

Some music calm people, but ""?"" music has the opposite effect.

Other music has the opposite effect.

As a determiner;


# Other + singular uncountable nouns



# Other + plural nouns

The gift shop is on """??""" side of the street.

The gift shop is on the other of the street.

The other + singular noun means;



# The second of two things


# The opposite of a set of two

This computer is new. ""??"" computer is old.

The other computer is old.

The other + singular noun means;



# The second of two things



# The opposite of a set of two

There are two bags here. One of them is blue and ""??"" is red.

The other is red.

The other + singular noun means;



# The second of two things


# The opposite of a set of two

Joel and Karen are here. Where are ""??"" kids?

Where are the other kids?

The other + plural noun means;



# remaining thing in a group

I can only find four plates. Where are ""??"" two dinner plates?

Where are the other two dinner plates?

The other + plural noun means;



# remaining thing in a group

He had a proposal ring in one hand and a bunch of flowers in ""??"".

He had a proposal ring in one hand and a bunch of flowers in the other.

The other;



# The second of two things


# The opposite of a set of two

She has two kitten, one is black and ""??"" is all white.

And the other is all white.

The other;



# The second of two things


# The opposite of a set of two

One more;




Would you like "?" cup of coffee?



Would you like another cup of coffee?

Alternative;



Is there ""?"" café around here we could go to?

Another café around here

She can't pass. Because the chair is "?" her way.

The chair is in her way.

Why are you standing "?" my way. Get away.

You're standing in my way.

— whee are you?


+ I'm ""?"" the way.

I'm on the way.


I'm on the way home.

Grab a bottle of milk "?" the way home.

On the way home

I saw him "?" the way "?" office.

On the way to office

Seem;



You ""?"" so beautiful today.

You look so beautiful today.

Seem;



These pictures ""?"" old.

These look old.

Seem;



She ""?"" pretty in that fancy dress.

She looks pretty.

Very similar to;



You look just ""?"" your mother.

You look just like your mother.

Look like + noun phrase

To resemble someone or something;




Sarah ""??"" a famous person.

Sarah looks like a famous person.

Look like + noun phrase

To resemble sth;



It ""??"" a nice day outside.

It looks like a nice day outside.

As it would be if;



She ""?"" as if she wants to cry.

She looks as if she wants to cry.

Look as if + clause


Look as though + clause

I've got so much work. It looks ""??"" I have to stay at home this evening.

It looks as if I have to stay at home this evening.

Look as if + clause


Look as though + clause

You """???""" you have messed up your exam.

You look as if you have messed up your exam.

Look as if + clause


Look as though + clause

They """???"""they had seen a ghost.

They look as though they had seen a ghost.

Look as if + clause


Look as though + clause

Some; almost;



She's ""??"" jealous of us. Don't you think so?

She's kind of jealous of us.


She's kinda jealous of us.

I will donate $500,000 "?" charity.

I will donate $500,000 to charity.

I invest "?" stock.

I invest in stock.

Preposition;


I spend a lots of money "?" my goals.

I spend a lots of money on my goals.

Spend time on sth


Spend money on sth

Preposition;



The firm spent $100,000 """?""" hardware.

The firm spent $100,000 on hardware.

Preposition ???




This time could be spent "?" other more important things.

This time could be spent on other more important things.

I will buy a car "?" my mum.

I will buy a car for my mum.

We all pay "?" our mistakes "?" some way "?" some time.

We all pay for our mistakes in some way at some time.

I can pay "?" card or "?" cash.

I can pay by card or in cash.



I can pay by card or by cash.

Keep money for sth in the future;



I should save "?" for a boat.

I should save up for a boat.

Your bank account is in negative;



You are "?" your overdraft.

You are in your overdraft.

Your bank account is in negative;



You are in your ""?""".


Your account is ""?"".

You are in your overdraft.


Your account is overdrawn.

# Be in someone's overdraft



# To be overdrawn.

She has debt;



She is "?" debt.


I wanna help her.


I will pay "?" her debts.


.

She has debt.


She is in debt.


I wanna help her.


I will pay off her debts.


# Have debt


# Be in debt


# Pay off

I'm home;



# I'm home.


# I'm "?" home.


# I'm at my "?".

# I'm home.


# I'm at home.


# I'm at my house.( not at my home)


I'm "?" the coffeeshop.


I'm "?" the coffeeshop.

I'm at the coffeeshop.


I'm in the coffeeshop.

# In. ( inside a place)



# At. ( general area )(doesn't matter if inside or outside)

I'm "?" the coffee shop "?" London.

I'm at the coffee shop in London.

I'm "?" the gym.


I'm "?" the gym.

I'm at the gym.I'm in the gym.

I'm "?" the office.


I'm "?" the office.

I'm at the office.


I'm in the office.

I'm "?" the party.

I'm at the party.

I'm "?" class.


I'm in class.

I'm "?" the city.


I'm "?" the market.


I'm "?" the beach.


I'm in the city.


I'm at the market.


I'm at the beach.


I'm on the beach.


I'm "?" the park.


I'm at the park.


I'm in the park.

— thank you.


+ you're "?" / my p""?""

You're welcome.


My pleasure.

I'm happy to do sth;




— can you do it for me?


+ my pl""?""

My pleasure

To response to someone asking a favor from you

Feel very hungry;



I ""?"" eat a ""?"".

I could eat a horse.

Eating a lot;



I eat like a "?".

I eat like a pig.

You've ordered too much food that you cannot finish;



My eyes are ""?"" than my ""?"".

My eyes are bigger than my stomach.

Verb to noun;



Arrive

Arrival

Noun form of approve;



Step-parents need to win a child's ""?"".

Step-parents need to win a child's approval.

Noun form of arrive;



When your plane arrives at the airport, your family will meet you at ""?"".

When your plane arrives at the airport, your family will meet you at arrivals

Noun form of deny;



She shook her head in ""?"".

She shook her head in denial.

/dı'nāəl/


Denial


Denials

Noun form of propose;



Surely a woman as beautiful as you has had ""?"" ?

Surely a woman as beautiful as you has had proposals?

Noun form of attend;



My ""?"" at church was very patchy.

My Attendance at church was very patchy.

To talk about lots of unimportant things to avoid talking about what is really important;



Quit """"???"""" bush and say what's on your mind.

Quit beating around the Bush and say what's on your mind.

Beat around the Bush

A situation in which you can enjoy the advantage of two very different things at the same time;



She works in the city and lives in the country, so she gets the ""?? "" both worlds.

She works in the city and lives in the country, so she gets the best of both worlds.

Take on a commitment one cannot fulfill;



Don't take too much responsibility. Don't bite off more than you can "?".

Don't take too much responsibility. Don't bite off more than you can chew.

Take on a commitment one cannot fulfill;



Don't take too much responsibility.


Don't ""??"" more than you can chew.

Don't take too much responsibility. Don't bite off more than you can chew.

An apparent misfortune that eventually has good results;




I could find a better job. Losing that job was a """???""" really.

I could find a better job. Losing that job was a blessing in disguise really.

At first we did not want to go into the restaurant as it looked small and cramped; but the food was delicious - we realized that you can't '''?'''a book '''''???'''''.

we realized that you can't judge a book by its cover.

Achieve two aims at once:




Whenever I jog, I like listening to English rap music. That way, I '''''''????'''''' one stone; I stay fit whilst I improve my English language skills.

I kill two birds with one stone; I stay fit whilst I improve my English language skills.

reveal facts; disclose a secret;








# Tim let the cat ''''????'''' about my surprise birthday party.

Tim let the cat out of the bag about my surprise birthday party.

to fail to take advantage of an opportunity;




Buy your shares in the company now or you'll '''?''' the boat.

Buy your shares in the company now or you'll miss the boat.

to fail to take advantage of an opportunity;



The buyer ''''?'''' the boat and never got the house when he offered too low a bid.

The buyer missed the boat and never got the house when he offered too low a bid.

to accept it while maintaining a degree of scepticism about its truth;




Yolanda tells some great stories, but we take what she says ''''???'''" of salt because she has quite a vivid imagination and tends to exaggerate.

we take it with a grain of salt because she has quite a vivid imagination and tends to exaggerate.

take with a grain of salt


take with a pinch of salt

Elizabeth is trying to decide which clothes she will wear to an important meeting. She asks her friend for advice but Elizabeth still cannot decide. We could say that:


Elizabeth is '''??'''' the air



Elizabeth is up in the air.

betray someone;




Don't trust George; he's been known to stab his friends in the ''''?'""'.

Don't trust George; he's been known to stab his friends in the back.

betray someone;






Don't trust George; he's been known to '''?''' his friends in the back.

Don't trust George; he's been known to stab his friends in the back.

A betrayal of trust ;




Can you believe my sister ''''?'''' me in the back by telling my parents I snuck out of the house last night?

Can you believe my sister stabbed me in the back by telling my parents I snuck out of the house last night?

A betrayal of trust ;






Can you believe my sister stabbed me """???""" by telling my parents I snuck out of the house last night?

Can you believe my sister stabbed me in the back by telling my parents I snuck out of the house last night?

to stop communicating with each other;




They were friends in college, but then they moved to different cities and lost '''?'''/.

They were friends in college, but then they moved to different cities and lost touch.

Lose touch


often + with

to stop communicating with each other;




She """"?""" touch with her college roommate after graduation.

She lost touch with her college roommate after graduation.

Lose touch


often + with

to stop communicating with each other;




Don't ever '''''??''''.


you always be my best friends.

Don't ever lose touch. you always be my best friends.

lose the talent or skill in something;




You may have the talent, but if you do not practice enough, you will lose your ''""'?"""" someday.

You may have the talent, but if you do not practice enough, you will lose your touch someday.

Lose touch






#fail to keep in contact




#to be unable to communicate




#lose the ability to do something as well as before




#no longer able to handle something




#lose the talent or skill

lose the ability to do something as well as before ;




I can no longer sing like that. I've lost my ''''?''' since I had an infection years back.

I can no longer sing like that. I've lost my touch since I had an infection years back.

Lose touch






#fail to keep in contact




#to be unable to communicate




#lose the ability to do something as well as before




#no longer able to handle something




#lose the talent or skill

to stay where you are;




You'd better sit """?""" and I'll call the doctor.

You'd better sit tight and I'll call the doctor.

sit tight;






# to stay where you are




# to refuse to change your mind




# to wait patiently and take no action

to refuse to change your mind;




My parents tried to persuade me not to go alone, but I sat """"?""".

My parents tried to persuade me not to go alone, but I sat tight.

sit tight;






# to stay where you are




# to refuse to change your mind




# to wait patiently and take no action

to wait patiently and take no action;




You sit ""?"", and I’ll go get help.

You sit tight, and I’ll go get help.

sit tight;






# to stay where you are




# to refuse to change your mind




# to wait patiently and take no action

to accept criticism or punishment for something you have done;




Be a man and """?""" the music.

Be a man and face the music.

to accept responsibility for something you have done;




If she lied to me, then she'll just have to """?"" the music.

If she lied to me, then she'll just have to face the music.

face the music;






# to accept criticism




# to accept responsibility

a guide that is based on practice rather than theory;








As a rule of '''?'''', we never went camping near water bodies during the rains.





As a rule of thumb, we never went camping near water bodies during the rains.

rule of thumb;






# a principle that is kept to




# a guide that is based on practice rather than theory




# a general principle that comes through experience and not any scientific means




# a practical and approximate way

If something is an official or written rule or law, it isn't a rule of ""?"".

If something is an official or written rule or law, it isn't a rule of thumb.

rule of thumb;








# a principle that is kept to




# a guide that is based on practice rather than theory




# a general principle that comes through experience and not any scientific means




# a practical and approximate way

a practical and approximate way;




This fact is the basis for the one-drink-an-hour rule of '''?''' for remaining sober.

This fact is the basis for the one-drink-an-hour rule of thumb for remaining sober.

a principle that is kept to;






As a rule of ''''?''' , I do not start a new project on Fridays.

As a rule of thumb, I do not start a new project on Fridays.

rule of thumb;






# a principle that is kept to




# a guide that is based on practice rather than theory




# a general principle that comes through experience and not any scientific means




# a practical and approximate way

As a general rule of ''''?''' , children this age should not spend more than one hour on homework.

As a general rule of thumb, children this age should not spend more than one hour on homework.

You look like a million """?""" in that dress, honey!

You look like a million dollars in that dress, honey!

To look exceptionally attractive or in very robust health;






Wow, George looks like a million """?""" in that new suit!

George looks like a million bucks in that new suit!

Look like a million bucks


Look like a million dollars

to start to feel happy or well again after something bad;




Don's pretty upset, but he'll get '''?''' it.

Don's pretty upset, but he'll get over it.

to start to feel happy or well again after something bad;






She's only just getting ""?"" the death of her husband.

She's only just getting over the death of her husband.

to start to feel happy or well again after something bad;




It will take him a long time to """?""" over the operation.

It will take him a long time to get over the operation.

to start to feel happy or well again after something bad;






It took her months to """??""" Michael when he ended the relationship.

It took her months to get over Michael when he ended the relationship.

A period when pressure to succeed is great;






It's ''''?'''' time. we only have two more days to finish.

It's crunch time. we only have two more days to finish.

a point at which something difficult must be done;






He plays fine without pressure, but can he produce at ""?"" time?

He plays fine without pressure, but can he produce at crunch time?

no longer able to control;




His drinking had """??""" of hand.

His drinking had got out of hand.

To become chaotic and unmanageable;






If your party gets """???""" , the neighbors will call the police.

If your party gets out of hand, the neighbors will call the police.

no longer able to control;




The demonstration was """????""" of hand.



Police were called in when the situation began to """????""" hand.



The demonstration was getting out of hand.



Police were called in when the situation began to get out of hand.

If you get something """???""" system, you get rid of a wish or emotion, especially a negative one, by allowing yourself to express it.






I had a good cry and got it """????"""".

If you get something out of your system, you get rid of a wish or emotion, especially a negative one, by allowing yourself to express it.






I had a good cry and got it out of my system.

get out of system;






# to expel something harmful or discomforting




# To do something so that one no longer has the desire to do it anymore.

to do so much of something that one does not want or need to do it anymore;






I got drinking and partying """????""" during college. I'm ready for a quieter life now.

I got drinking and partying out of my system during college. I'm ready for a quieter life now.

get out of system;






# to expel something harmful or discomforting




# To do something so that one no longer has the desire to do it anymore.

You'll probably feel better once you ""?"" whatever caused the food poisoning """??""" your system.

You'll probably feel better once you get whatever caused the food poisoning out of your system.

get out of system;





# to expel something harmful or discomforting



# To be rid of the desire to do something so that one no longer has the desire to do it anymore.

An expression of encouragement to persist or stay calm in a challenging situation;






--Everything is in such a mess. I can't seem to get things done right.




+ """??""" there, Things will work out.

+ Hang in there, Things will work out.

to not give up, despite difficulties;






"""??"" there. exams are almost over.

Hang in there. exams are almost over.

Hang in there


Hang on in there



70% of the world's population """??""" coastal plains.

70% of the world's population lives on coastal plains.

Consider, thoughtful;



I'm mi""? of your needs.

I'm mindful of your needs.

I'm going to be as forth""?"" as I can be.

I'm going to be as forthcoming as I can be.

Forthcoming;



# At ease in talking to others


# imminent, near future


# Close, near

All men are endowed '''?'' the right to life and liberty.

All men are endowed with the right to life and liberty.

endow + with


v.


/ɪnˈdaʊ/


/ɛnˈdaʊ/ ;






#give or bequeath an income or property to (a person or institution).




# provide with a quality, ability, or asset.

by whose authority do you '''?''' me? God is my only judge.

by whose authority do you condemn me? God is my only judge.

condemn


/kənˈdɛm/


verb

Nothing wrong '''?''' arrogance as long as it coexist '''?''' talent.

Nothing wrong with arrogance as long as it coexist with talent.

coexist


/ˌkəʊɪɡˈzɪst/

We are the embodiment "?" love and bravery.

We are the embodiment of love and bravery.

Embodiment of;


(n.)



# a visible form of sth


# the representation of sth

Destruction;



Maybe the human race deserves to be ""?"" out.

Maybe the human race deserves to be wiped out.

A lack of balance;



Trading with poor developing countries where wages are usually lower and working hours longer than in developed countries can create an ""?""".

Trading with poor developing countries where wages are usually lower and working hours longer than in developed countries can create an imbalance.

Imbalance


/ım'baeləns/


n.

Have authority;




You are not ""?"" to kill me.

You are not sanctioned to kill me.

Sanction;



(n,v)


n. # Formal approval


v. # Give authority to


Mountain range;



These devastating earthquakes are the result of a very active mountain ""?"".

These devastating earthquakes are the result of a very active mountain belt.

For many of us, the American dream is embodied "?" a legendary name, Los Angeles.

For many of us, the American dream is embodied by a legendary name, Los Angeles.

Embody;


v.



Represent in bodily form

a copy of something natural;




To create an "?" being has been the dream of man since the birth of science.

To create an artificial being has been the dream of man since the birth of science.

a copy of something natural; ;




she gave an "?" smile.

she gave an artificial smile.

officially agree to or accept;




After long debates, a resolution of independence was ""?"" on July 2, 1776.

After long debates, a resolution of independence was approved on July 2, 1776.

relating to the practice of cooking or eating good food;




Did you know Turkish cuisine is one of the top ten cuisines in the world? Today I’m gonna take you on a ""?"" journey.

Did you know Turkish cuisine is one of the top ten cuisines in the world? Today I’m gonna take you on a gastronomic journey.

Gastronomy is the study of the relationship between food and culture

open to discussion or modification;






We shall assist you "?" two conditions. These conditions are not "?".

We shall assist you under two conditions. These conditions are not negotiable.

a culture where social status, values, and activities are centered on the consumption of goods and services;



He was both fascinated and repelled by Californian ""?"" culture.

He was both fascinated and repelled by Californian consumer culture.

of extreme force, degree, or strength;






Birds spend weeks preparing for the ""?"" journey by gorging on large quantities of food.

Birds spend weeks preparing for the intense journey by gorging on large quantities of food, sometimes doubling their weight prior to departure.

intense


/ɪnˈtɛns/

lavish praise and compliments on someone;




All men ""?"" the Queen in hope of advancement.

All men flatter the Queen in hope of advancement.

flatter


/ˈflatə/


v.

a great deal of profit;






What I'm about to propose to you is both highly ""luc"?"" and highly dangerous.

What I'm about to propose to you is both highly lucrative and highly dangerous.

lucrative


/ˈluːkrətɪv/


adj

close in time;




We know that the end of cheap oil is ""?"".

We know that the end of cheap oil is imminent, but we refuse to believe it.

imminent


/ˈɪmɪnənt/


adj

You wouldn't dare try "?" justify yourself if you ""?"" what I'd lost.

You wouldn't dare try to justify yourself if you knew what I'd lost.

justify


/ˈdʒʌstɪfʌɪ/






show or prove to be right or reasonable

grief counselor;





I'm your ""?"" liaison.

I'm your bereavement liaison.

The greatest ""?"" to her recovery was her refusal "?" face what she had done.

The greatest obstacle to her recovery was her refusal to face what she had done.

obstacle


/ˈɒbstək(ə)l/


n.

Maybe the human race deserves to be wiped ""?"".

Maybe the human race deserves to be wiped out.

wipe out;




to lose control, especially in a vehicle, and have an accident.

I was going too fast and I ""?"" out on the bend.

I was going too fast and I wiped out on the bend.

wipe out;






to lose control, especially in a vehicle, and have an accident.

We sometimes yearn for simpler times, a ""?"" era when life was less hurried.

We sometimes yearn for simpler times, a bygone era when life was less hurried.

Trading with poor developing countries where wages are usually lower and working hours longer than in developed countries can create an ""?"".

Trading with poor developing countries where wages are usually lower and working hours longer than in developed countries can create an imbalance.

noun: imbalance;




plural noun: imbalances

the highest or climactic point of something;






Dubai is a sort of ""?""ation of the Western model.

Dubai is a sort of culmination of the Western model.

culmination


/kʌlmɪˈneɪʃ(ə)n/


n.

In many cultures of the world, the """"?""tion between art and craft has never existed.

In many cultures of the world, the distinction between art and craft has never existed.

distinction


distinctions


/dɪˈstɪŋ(k)ʃ(ə)n/


n.




# a difference or contrast


## excellence from others.

causing disagreement or discussion;






Let's talk about evolution. You've probably heard that some people consider it ""?"""sial.

Let's talk about evolution. You've probably heard that some people consider it controversial.

controversial


/kɒntrəˈvəːʃ(ə)l/


adj.

because of something ;




These devastating earthquakes are the ""?"" of a very active mountain belt.

These devastating earthquakes are the result of a very active mountain belt.

result


/rɪˈzʌlt/


n.

visible form ;




For many of us, the American dream is ""?"" by a legendary name: Los Angeles.

For many of us, the American dream is embodied by a legendary name: Los Angeles.

embody


/ɪmˈbɒdi/


/ɛmˈbɒdi/


v.

All men are created equal and they are endowed "?" the rights "?" life, liberty and the pursuit "?" happiness.

All men are created equal and they are endowed with the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

endow


/ɪnˈdaʊ/


/ɛnˈdaʊ/


v.








When you have a special ability, you can say you're endowed with it.

entertaining or receiving guests ;




You come into my city and you betray my ""?""".

You come into my city and you betray my hospitality.

hospitality


/hɒspɪˈtalɪti/


n.



feel regret or penitence about. ;






How can I ""?"" to God?

How can I repent to God?

repent


/rɪˈpɛnt/


v.

If you're engaged to get married but suddenly fall in love with someone else, you have gotten yourself into quite a pre"?""".




A ""?"""is a difficult, confusing, and unpleasant situation.

If you're engaged to get married but suddenly fall in love with someone else, you have gotten yourself into quite a predicament.




A predicament is a difficult, confusing, and unpleasant situation.

predicament


/prɪˈdɪkəm(ə)nt/


n.

bury or drown beneath a huge mass ;




Stress is a feeling we all experience when we are challenged or ""?"".

Stress is a feeling we all experience when we are challenged or overwhelmed.

overwhelm


/əʊvəˈwɛlm/


v.



غرق کردن، دستپاچه کردن، پایمال کردن

a fault, blemish, or undesirable feature. ;




A man's hands do not lie. They can reveal every ""?"""tion and flaw in his character.

A man's hands do not lie. They can reveal every imperfection and flaw in his character.

imperfection


/ɪmpəˈfɛkʃ(ə)n/


n.

Remember that ""?"" means to adjust to a new situation, which one might achieve by ""?"" new ideas or behaviors.

Remember that adapt means to adjust to a new situation, which one might achieve by adopting new ideas or behaviors.

Some adapt "?" the nature of their pasture, and their pasture adapts "?" them. And both gain.

Some adapt to the nature of their pasture, and their pasture adapts to them. And both gain.

Sometimes the gods bless you in the morning and ""?"" you in the afternoon.

Sometimes the gods bless you in the morning and curse you in the afternoon.

curse


/kəːs/


n.v.

preposition ;




-- My mother has invited you all "?" a feast "?" celebrate our engagement.




+ Sounds delightful.

-- My mother has invited you all to a feast to celebrate our engagement.




+ Sounds delightful.

feast;


/fiːst/


n.v.


A feast is a huge, delicious meal that's served at a party or celebration








delightful;




/dɪˈlʌɪtf(ə)l/


adj.


great pleasure or delight

An assault "?" the King's soldiers is the same as an assault "?" the King himself.

An assault on the King's soldiers is the same as an assault on the King himself.

assault;


/əˈsɒlt/


v.n.




the act of inflicting physical harm or unwanted physical contact upon a person

preposition;






Comprehension is not a requisite "?" cooperation.

Comprehension is not a requisite of cooperation.

the other way around;




As societies change and morals evolve, yesterday's hero may become tomorrow's villain, or """??""".

As societies change and morals evolve, yesterday's hero may become tomorrow's villain, or vice versa.

vice versa


/ˌvʌɪs ˈvəːsə/


adv.

the basic, real, and invariable nature of a thing or its significant individual feature ;



You find this upsetting, yes? But this is the very ""?"" of the banking industry.

You find this upsetting, yes? But this is the very essence of the banking industry.

essence


/ˈɛs(ə)ns/


n,

more than is necessary, normal, by excess;






Is ""?"" exploitation of our resources threatening the lives of every species?

Is excessive exploitation of our resources threatening the lives of every species?

excessive exploitation;


/ɪkˈsɛsɪv/ /ɛksplɔɪˈteɪʃ(ə)n/









highest in place, rank, or importance;






Obviously what's ""?"" in her mind is her pregnancy.



Obviously what's uppermost in her mind is her pregnancy.

if something is uppermost in your mind, you think about it a lot because it is very important to you

As the days went on, Stefan darkened further consumed "?" paranoia and vengeance.

As the days went on, Stefan darkened further consumed by paranoia and vengeance.



Have you any idea what you put me through? You killed the woman I love and cursed "?" me to be this hideous creature.

Have you any idea what you put me through? You killed the woman I love and cursed me to be this hideous creature.


a severe illness;




The system that controls our climate has been severely disrupted.

The system that controls our climate has been severely disrupted.

severely


/sɪˈvɪərli/


adv;




# an undesirably great or intense degree


##strictly or harshly



get the better of someone by being clever or cunning ;






She's the only adversary who ever ""?"" you, twice.

She's the only adversary who ever outsmarted you, twice.

I wish I ""?"" able to comprehend the Council's choice in this matter.

I wish I were able to comprehend the Council's choice in this matter.

""?""" is generally caused by reckless governments who let their money supply grow too fast.

Hyperinflation is generally caused by reckless governments who let their money supply grow too fast.

have a permanent home;






But eventually, we realized the monsters did not lie out there. They ""?"" inside of us.

But eventually, we realized the monsters did not lie out there. They reside inside of us.

reside


/rɪˈzʌɪd/


v;




# have one's permanent home in a particular place.




## belong to a person or body

I'm going to ""?"" my dominance face-to-face.

I'm going to assert my dominance face-to-face.

Take charge of yourself and your confidence

""?"" out. What you're yelling for?

Chill out. What you're yelling for?

take it easy.


why are you shouting?

Sometimes the hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to ""?"" and which to ""?"".

Sometimes the hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn.

pay attention to;






Your father speaks wisely. ""?"" his suffering heart and repent.

Your father speaks wisely. Heed his suffering heart and repent.

heed


/hiːd/


# v:


pay attention to; take notice of.






#n;


careful attention.

He diagnosed modern humanity as suffering """?""" a number of diseases "?" the soul.

He diagnosed modern humanity as suffering from a number of diseases of the soul.

Hiccup

a suffer of sound made by diafragm


N. V.

I wish I ""? "" able to comprehend the council's choice in this matter.

I wish I were able to comprehend the council's choice in this matter.

James Bright is ""? "" a speech at the town hall tonight. I want you to go and report "? " it for us.

James Bright is making a speech at the town hall tonight. I want you to go and report on it for us.

During that time they were entertained "? " a young man who was playing very nicely "? " a trumpet.

During that time they were entertained by a young man who was playing very nicely on a trumpet.

You play too well to be a ""? "".

You play too well to be a beggar.

The judge thought that it would be best and cheapest for everybody if they could come to some sort of arrangement to """??? """ between themselves.

The judge thought that it would be best and cheapest for everybody if they could come to some sort of arrangement to settle the matter between themselves.

Trade is widely regarded as a ""?"" for economic growth.

Trade is widely regarded as a spur for economic growth.

spur


/spəː/


n.v




a thing that prompts or encourages someone; an incentive.

To achieve this, we need to invent :::?::: technologies.

To achieve this, we need to invent sustainable technologies.

Sustainable technology relies on resources that are either renewable or so abundant

to become conscious again;




A: What happened?


B: I'll tell you when I ""?"" consciousness.

A: What happened?




B: I'll tell you when I regain consciousness.


PUT DOWN BY FORCE;






If there is one thing I've learned in my short life, it's this: Never """?"" anything.

If there is one thing I've learned in my short life, it's this: Never repress anything.

repress


/rɪˈprɛs/


v.




# to not allow something, especially feelings, to be expressed:




## to control what people do

the action of intervening;




There will be no rescue, no """?""" for us. We can only save ourselves.

There will be no rescue, no intervention for us. We can only save ourselves.

intervention


/ɪntəˈvɛnʃ(ə)n/


n.

A miracle or act of god that causes something good to happen or stops something bad from happening. An example of divine """"?"""" could be someone awakening after several years in a coma.

A miracle or act of god that causes something good to happen or stops something bad from happening. An example of divine intervention could be someone awakening after several years in a coma.

Yours is the most terrible crime a human being can """?"" . I accuse you "?" a wasted life.

Yours is the most terrible crime a human being can commit. I accuse you of a wasted life.

Trees ""?"" gravity.

Trees defy gravity.

defy


/dɪˈfʌɪ/


v.


openly resist or refuse to obey.

A: This is a real breakthrough. You should "?" proud "?" yourself.




B: I am proud.

A: This is a real breakthrough. You should be proud of yourself.




B: I am proud.

breakthrough


/ˈbreɪkθruː/


n.




# a sudden, dramatic, and important discovery or development.


## an success.


### a penetration

Finally, governments still aren’t prioritizing the issue.

Finally, governments still aren’t prioritizing the issue.

prioritize


/prʌɪˈɒrətʌɪz/


v,

preposition;




Logic is a useful way "?" combine established ideas "?" support the acceptance "?" a new idea.

Logic is a useful way to combine established ideas to support the acceptance of a new idea.

Three bombs exploded in a sprawling market.

Three bombs exploded in a sprawling market.

sprawling


/ˈsprɔːlɪŋ/


adj.


# spreading out over a large area in an untidy or irregular way.

evidence ;




And a ""?"" here on the old lakebed reveals how deep this lake once was.

And a clue here on the old lakebed reveals how deep this lake once was.

Everybody has obstacles, a disability, a ""?"" .

Everybody has obstacles, a disability, a hurdle.

You are "??" required to surrender your firearms.

You are hereby required to surrender your firearms.

hereby


/hɪəˈbʌɪ/


adverb


FORMAL


as a result of this document or utterance.


Will you abide "?" the council's decision?

Will you abide by the council's decision?

abide


/əˈbʌɪd/


v.


to be able to live with or put up with

rotting;




So how successful were the ancient Egyptians at evading ""?"" ?

So how successful were the ancient Egyptians at evading decay?

decay


/dɪˈkeɪ/


v;


rot or decompose through the action of bacteria and fungi






n;


the state or process of rotting or decomposition.

It's a dangerous mission and only a few people are willing to undertake it.

It's a dangerous mission and only a few people are willing to undertake it.

undertake


/ʌndəˈteɪk/


v;


# commit, take on


## promise to do a particular thing


###

a lack or shortage;




A growth hormone """?"" made him smaller in stature than most kids his age.

At age 11 he was cut from his team after being diagnosed with a growth hormone deficiency which made him smaller in stature than most kids his age.

deficiency


/dɪˈfɪʃ(ə)nsi/


n.


# a lack or shortage.


# a failing or shortcoming.

if an event or time is ""?"" you, it is going to happen very soon. Christmas is almost upon us again.


Soon and as soon as possible

if an event or time is upon you, it is going to happen very soon. Christmas is almost upon us again.


Soon and as soon as possible

The time is finally ""?"" us! All preparations have been made to get a revenge "?" Afro Samurai.

The time is finally upon us! All preparations have been made to get a revenge on Afro Samurai.

revenge


/rɪˈvɛn(d)ʒ/


v;


# hurting or harming someone in return for an injury

Throughout history, different cultures have used various methods to accomplish this.

various method accomplish


/ˈvɛːrɪəs//ˈmɛθəd/ /əˈkʌmplɪʃ/

throughout


/θruːˈaʊt/

You've just destroyed the whole experiment. We'd better extinguish this magnesium. Stand back.

You've just destroyed the whole experiment. We'd better extinguish this magnesium. Stand back.

extinguish


/ɛkˈstɪŋɡwɪʃ/


v;


# put an end to


# reduce (someone) to silence

explain the meaning, translate;




Complex data is more easily int''?''' through visualization.

Complex data is more easily interpreted through visualization.

interpret


/ɪnˈtəːprɪt/


v;



Remember what happened "?" 1905 after his troops fired "?" peaceful petitioners?

Remember what happened in 1905 after his troops fired on peaceful petitioners?

I probably do look sad. I'm in a very ""perp...?..."" situation.

I probably do look sad. I'm in a very perplexing situation.

perplexing


/pəˈplɛksɪŋ/


adj;


extremely confusing

from outside the earth;




Seventy million years ago, this planet was struck by an extra"?""" object.

Seventy million years ago, this planet was struck by an extraterrestrial object.

extraterrestrial


/ˌɛkstrətəˈrɛstrɪəl/


adj;


from outside the earth

Your eyes are playing ""?"" on you.

Your eyes are playing tricks on you.

The judge thought that it would be best and cheapest for everybody if they could come to some sort of arrangement to """??? """ between themselves.

The judge thought that it would be best and cheapest for everybody if they could come to some sort of arrangement to settle the matter between themselves.

Find out how much money she wanted from her neighbor "? " order to stop the ""? "" against him.

Find out how much money she wanted from her neighbor in order to stop the action against him.

He saw an advertisement for a suitable house in Hampshire which was claimed to be ""? "" a stone ""? "" of a railway station.

He saw an advertisement for a suitable house in Hampshire which was claimed to be within a stone throw of a railway station.

The person who conducts miner sentences;


The """? """ found him guilty.

The magistrate found him guilty.

We imagine a ""?"" that represents our hopes for all that's possible.

We imagine a utopia that represents our hopes for all that's possible.

""?"" media is media for mass communication which is "controlled financially and editorially by the ""?"".

State media or state-owned media is media for mass communication which is "controlled financially and editorially by the state.

North Korea’s state TV has broadcast footage of its leader Kim, watching a military shooting contest.

North Korea’s state TV has broadcast footage of its leader Kim, watching a military shooting contest.

""??"" to the Plate means to accept a challenge or responsibility for something.

Step Up to the Plate means to accept a challenge or responsibility for something.

Step Up to the Plate;




come "?"

come forward

His primary "?" was watercolour but by the 1840s he was beginning to experiment with oils.

His primary medium was watercolour but by the 1840s he was beginning to experiment with oils.

To have a lot of things to worry about;




I’d like to invite her to the cinema but she’s got too much on her "?".

I’d like to invite her to the cinema but she’s got too much on her plate

# Too much on my plate


# A lot on my plate


# Enough on my plate

dysentery ;




She's been having ""?"" for a while now.

She's been having diarrhea for a while now.

Diarrhea = Dysentery =/= constipation

survive in difficult circumstances;




Since Thailand flood, thousands have been finding it hard to ''''?'''' out.

Since Thailand flood, thousands have been finding it hard to hold out.

Responsible;




a ""?"tious man, he took his duties very seriously

a conscientious man, he took his duties very seriously

conscientious


/ˌkɒnʃɪˈɛnʃəs/


adj.

we want to live by each other's happiness not by each other's misery.

we want to live by each other's happiness not by each other's misery.

misery


/ˈmɪz(ə)ri/


n.



People respond differently ''?'' scary experiences.

People respond differently to scary experiences.

My ""?"" were treated as property.

My ancestors were treated as property.

My daddy was a miner, so he wasn't much around. """?"ing for diamonds a life spent underground.

My daddy was a miner, so he wasn't much around. Foraging for diamonds a life spent underground.

Everybody ""?"" obstacles, a disability, a hurdle.

Everybody has obstacles, a disability, a hurdle.

point a weapon or camera at a target;


Take ""?""




He took aim with his pistol

Take aim




He took aim with his pistol

a thin hollow tube of paper or plastic for sucking drink from a glass or bottle.

Straw

you know when i'm stressed ""?"" my mom tells me jokes.

you know when i'm stressed out my mom tells me jokes.

Stressed Out;






#being anxious, tired and irritable

Chris is asleep after burning the """"??"""" to finish his article.

Chris is asleep after burning the midnight oil trying to finish his article.

If someone is burning the """??""" ,they are staying up very late in order to study or do some other work.

If someone is burning the midnight oil, they are staying up very late in order to study or do some other work.

Adrenaline causes your heart to beat faster and raises your blood pressure, over time causing """?"""".

Adrenaline causes your heart to beat faster and raises your blood pressure, over time causing hypertension.

Since I met you, Everything's been different


=/=


Meeting you made a ""?"" difference.

Meeting you made a slight difference.

slight;




/slʌɪt/


n.v.adj.




#small in degree; inconsiderable.

I have to undergo a surgery soon.




I have ""?"" many surgeries.




I """?""" a surgery last month.

I have to undergo a surgery soon.




I have undergone many surgeries.




I underwent a surgery last month.

As societies change and morals evolve, yesterday's hero may ""?"" tomorrow's villain, or ""?"" versa.

As societies change and morals evolve, yesterday's hero may become tomorrow's villain, or vice versa.

incarnate;




We are the """?""" of love and bravery.

We are the """"?"""" of love and bravery.

There no rooms left =




We're fully """?""".

We're fully booked.

a person who quits or gives up easily, especially in the face of some difficulty, danger, etc.

quitter;




/ˈkwɪtə/


n.




he's no quitter.


he's not a quitter.


You remind me ""?"" my father.

You remind me of my father.

enticing


/ɪnˈtʌɪsɪŋ/

adj.




attractive or tempting; alluring;



an enticing prospect"

attract or tempt;




If a company really wants to hire you, they will """?"" you with a good salary and generous benefits.

If a company really wants to hire you, they will entice you with a good salary and generous benefits.

entice


/ɪnˈtʌɪs/


v.

free time;




During my """?""" time, I enjoy reading

During my leisure time, I enjoy reading

leisure4


/ˈlɛʒə/


n.

Mixed heritage;




I'm also Dutch, German, English. I'm a ""?"".

I'm a mutt.

Mutt


/mʌt/


n.


INFORMAL

candour;




Thank you for your """?""".

Thank you for your Honesty.

candour




/ˈkandə/


n.

During the quake, many buildings between six and fifteen storeystall collapsed.

During the quake, many buildings between six and fifteen storeystall collapsed.

something that someone tells you that sounds so exciting, dangerous, unpleasant etc that you do not believe it is true.

tall story

(Story/Storey);




It was planned to build the Dubaj Burj with 141 ""?""".




You're good at making up """?""".

It was planned to build the Dubaj Burj with 141 Storeys.




You're good at making up stories.

(Story/Storey);




Have you heard the ""?""about how the stars were created?




With 163 ""?"" , the Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest building in the world.

Have you heard the story about how the stars were created?




With 163 storeys, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest building in the world.

In American English, the noun ""?"" means narrative or 'level of a building'.




However, in British English, 'level of a building' is written '""?""'.

In American English, the noun story means narrative or 'level of a building'.




However, in British English, 'level of a building' is written 'storey'.

giving information you are not obligated to give(without being asked)

just so you know

the total value of goods produced and services provided by a country during one year

Gross National Product


(GNP)

Gross


/ɡrəʊs/


n. adj. adv. v.



ناخالص، جمع کل، درشت، زمخت، انبوه کردن، زمخت کردن، درشت کردن، زشت


I've got no idea what else to do;



I'm just ""?"" out of ideas.

I'm just plumb out of ideas.

"Plumb out" is an idiom which means being completely and totally out of something.



Plumb out of ideas



Plumb out of luck

(Wonder//Wander);






""?"" = move around without purpose.




""?"" = be amazed at.

Wander means to move around (usually walking) without a specific destination or purpose.




Wonder means to feel curiosity, to want to know something.

Wander is a physical activity.



Wonder is a mental activity.

-- Having a family doesn't ""?"" me from social responsibility.




+ But family ""?"" first.

-- Having a family doesn't exempt me from social responsibility.




+ But family comes first.

you'll just have to be nice "?" me.

you'll just have to be nice to me.

She is "?" a meeting from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.




They are "?"ing a meeting at the moment.

She is in a meeting from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.




They are having a meeting at the moment.

She's not ""?"her desk at the moment.

She's not at her desk at the moment.

Could you call "?" me tomorrow?




I emailed "?" him but he never replied.




Did you "?" my message?

Could you call me tomorrow?




I emailed him but he never replied.




Did you get my message?

-- Please, "?" me a call tomorrow morning.



+ Sure. I'll "?" an email to update you.

-- Please, give me a call tomorrow morning.



+ Sure. I'll send an email to update you.

May I work "?" home on Thursday afternoon?

May I work from home on Thursday afternoon?

If you are "?" sick , you are not at work because you are ill.



He's "?" sick with the flu.

If you are off sick , you are not at work because you are ill


He's off sick with the flu.

to be off sick

If you are off "?" , you are not at work because you are ill.




When we are "?" sick, we only receive half pay.

If you are off sick, you are not at work because you are ill.




When we are off sick, we only receive half pay.

We decided to ""?"" some time off work.





We decided to book some time off work.

to have a meeting / to be in a meetingto be at his / her deskto ask someone to do somethingto call / to give someone a callto email / to send an emailto work from hometo be off sickto book time offto have a chat

to have a meeting / to be in a meetingto be at his / her deskto ask someone to do somethingto call / to give someone a callto email / to send an emailto work from hometo be off sickto book time offto have a chat

to have a meeting / to be in a meetingto be at his / her deskto ask someone to do somethingto call / to give someone a callto email / to send an emailto work from hometo be off sickto book time offto have a chat

to have a meeting / to be in a meetingto be at his / her deskto ask someone to do somethingto call / to give someone a callto email / to send an emailto work from hometo be off sickto book time offto have a chat

would you mind + v+ing


Do you mind + v+ing

Would you mind closing the wndow.

I ""?"" perfume everyday.


I """?""" watch everyday.


What perfume are you """?"""?


Do you """?""" makeup?


""?"" your seat belt please.

I wear perfume everyday.




I wear watch everyday.




What perfume are you wearing?




Do you wear makeup?




wear your seat belt please.

wear = put on

Is it OK if I leave at 5 today?




Do you mind if I join you?




Can you tell me where the post office is?




Could I work from home tomorrow?




May I have a glass of water, please?

Is it OK if I leave at 5 today?




Do you mind if I join you?




Can you tell me where the post office is?




Could I work from home tomorrow?




May I have a glass of water, please?

Buy a sandwich for me, please.


or


buy me a sandwich

buy somebody something





buy somebody something




send somebody something

Send him an email


or


Send an email to him

Send him an email



buy somebody something




send somebody something

If someone is "?" cold, they are unconscious or sleeping very heavily.

If someone is out cold, they are unconscious or sleeping very heavily.

unconscious;




She was out "?" but still breathing.

She was out cold but still breathing.

to be out cold;




unconscious, out, knocked out, stunned

Please. Never ever try to interfere ""?"" matters that don't concern you.

Please. Never ever try to interfere with matters that don't concern you.

He convinced me that the story was true.


=


I'm "??"" of his innocence.

He convinced me that the story was true.


=


I'm convinced of his innocence.



Convince


/kənˈvins/


v.


متقاعد کردن

If you can move your head, ""?"" for yes, and shake for no.




At a ""?"" from his father he left the room.

If you can move your head, nod for yes, and shake for no.




At a nod from his father he left the room.

NOD


v,n.





""?""s are large land masses that are separated by oceans whereas the ""?""s around the world have geo-political boundaries.

Continents are large land masses that are separated by oceans whereas the countries around the world have geo-political boundaries.

The ice reflects more solar energy ""?"" to space.

The ice reflects more solar energy back to space.

When I reflect ""?"" on the years I spent with my parents, I think I had a good childhood.

When I reflect back on the years I spent with my parents, I think I had a good childhood.

coward;




You're chicken. You've got no ""?"".

You're chicken. You've got no guts.

have no stomach


=


have no guts


=


To lack the courage

Chemistry is the study "?" matter.

Chemistry is the study of matter.

This book is a study "?" Chemistry.




Chemistry is the study "?" matter.




I studied "?" English.

Book X is a study of topic Y.




Chemistry is the study of matter.






X studied topic Y.

-- How many people are ""?"" in your family?






++ """?????""".

-- How many people are there in your family?




++ There are 5 of us.

Would you like Scrambled eggs


=/=

Would you like Sunny side up?


=/=


Boiled eggs

incidentally;




I'll do it for you. Oh, I'm Mark by the ""?"".

I'm Mark by the way.

incidentally


# used to introduce a new


# less important topic

the large wrinkled edible seed of a deciduous tree, consisting of two halves contained within a hard shell which is enclosed in a green fruit.

walnut


/ˈwɔːlnʌt/

""?"" Yourself a Drink,


""?"" on Some Lipstick,


and


""?"" Yourself Together

Pour Yourself a Drink,


Put on Some Lipstick,


and


Pull Yourself Together

in normal computers, bits are the smallest unit "?" information.

in normal computers bits are the smallest unit of information.

unassisted, without help;




When you get there, you're on your ""?""







you're on your own.

you are unable to accompany or assist someone

Your habits, behavior and feelings are stopping you from being successful:




you're in your ""?"?"".

you're in your own way.

alone = "?" your own


block = "?" your own



alone = On your own




block = In your own

He won't hear you,


he's off in a ""?"" of his own.

He won't hear you,


he's off in a world of his own.

Have lots of work;




I'm "?" to my eyeballs in work right now!




I'm ""?""in emails at the moment!

I'm up to my eyeballs in work right now!




I'm drowning in emails at the moment!

Reconsider, republish;



We were ""?ing for the language test on Friday.

We were revising for the language test on Friday.

We ""?""a few classes together last year.

We had a few classes together last year.

Today, we were discussing "?" Shakespeare.

Today, we were discussing Shakespeare.

desire for;




Do you f""?"" joining us for lunch?

Do you fancy joining us for lunch?

to continue with what we were saying after an interruption;




# As I was ""?""


or


# Anyway





As I was saying


Anyway

a polite way of ending a conversation;




# I won't ""?"" you


# I won't ""?"" you any longer

# I won't keep you


# I won't keep you any longer

I'd ""?"" go. Nice to see you.

I'd better go.

How are you?


How’s it going?


How ya doin’?


How are things?


How’s life?


How have you been?


How’s your family?


What’s up?


What’s new?


What have you been up to lately?

I’m fine, thanks. How about you?


Pretty good


Not bad.


Great!


Couldn’t be better!


Can’t complain.


I’ve been busy.


Same as always.


Not so great.


Could be better.

-- “What’s up?” “What’s new?”




+ “Not much.”

Not Having an Opinion;




# I’ve never given it much ""?""".



# I don’t have strong feelings ""?"" way.




# It doesn’t make any ""?"" to me.




# I have no opinion "?" the matter.




# (very informal) Whatever

# I’ve never given it much thought.




# I don’t have strong feelings either way.




# It doesn’t make any difference to me.




# I have no opinion on the matter.




# (very informal) Whatever

for Agreeing;




# I ""?"" agree with you more.




# That’s ""?"" what I think.


# That’s ""?"" how I feel.




# I ""?"" so.( weak agreement, reluctantly)

# I couldn’t agree with you more.




# That’s exactly what I think.


# That’s exactly how I feel.




# I suppose so. ( weak agreement, reluctantly)





# Exactly.


# Absolutely.


# That’s so true.


# That’s