“Truce” – What does it mean?

 

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Example sentences from the web:

TO BREAK A TRUCE => To start fighting again breaking a previous agreement of peace.

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“To steal someone’s thunder” – English proverb

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Example sentences from the web:

– Mike stole my thunder when he said he had done all the work. That isn’t  true. In fact, I did most of it!
– What do you mean by coming in here and stealing my thunder? I’m in charge here!
– She stole my thunder, just like she stole last week’s pantsuit design from Versace.

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Post & articles on the web with his saying (click on the images to read the whole post/article):

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“To wonder” – What does it mean?

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Example sentences from the web:

  • I wonder what she can do to help her husband.
  • I wonder why I said that.
  • We were wondering where the bride went.

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To wonder in the news:

Behind the news: http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4183263.htm

First part of the transcript:

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English4Gamers – Episode 3 – Super Mario Bros (Listening comprehension)

In this episode, we play again Super Mario Bros. At the beginning, there is a vocabulary list  – you can find a printable version below -with all the words you will hear and maybe you don’t know. During the episode, you will have to answer some questions. If you have any suggestions, write them in the comments below. I know I have to speak louder ;-). We filmed this weeks ago, now I’m a bit better (at least, I hope so). If you just want to watch the video, without testing your knowledge, click here: Episode without the quiz.

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Downloadable PDF – Vocabulary list: Vocabulary list – English4Gamers – Episode 3 – Super Mario Bros

“For good” – English idiom

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Example sentences from the web:

  • Marcus: “When is Lucy coming back?”
    Brenda: “She is not coming back. She is gone for good.”
  • His severe injury ended his career for good.
  • I was afraid you had disappeared for good.

 

 

The second episode of English4Gamers is out!

In this episode, we are going to play Street Fighters II Turbo, another retro game. At the beginning of the video, you will learn some words you may not know. Then, while watching the episode, you will have to answer to some questions. I hope you will like it ;-).

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If you just want to watch the video, without the quiz, you can watch it here:

Words you will hear and you may not know:

  • TO KICK SOMEONE’S ASS= to beat someone in a game, competition or argument.
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  • UNFAIR = not fair; not right; not acceptable.
  • BEAM = a line of light coming from a source.
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  • MONK = a member of a religious community.
  • OPPONENT = adversary; a person, team, group, etc., that is competing against another in a contest.

 

“You snooze, you lose.” – English proverb

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Example sentences from the web:

  • John: Hey! I wanted a glass of milk too!
    Sarah: It’s too late. You snooze, you lose.
  • Isabel: Mark is so selfish, he knew I wanted to go to the show, but yesterday he bought the last ticket for himself.
    Cristina: If it was so important, why didn’t you buy the ticket before? You snooze, you lose.

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