“To juggle” – What does it mean?

 

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Example sentences from the web:

  • Many parents find it hard to juggle children and career. (meaning 2)
  • Charles juggled five tangerines! (meaning 1)
  • Mark learnt to juggle five balls at once. (meaning 1)
  • Sarah was hired as an administrator for her ability to juggle many tasks at once. (meaning 2)

 

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“Be worlds apart” – English idiom

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Example sentences from the web:

  • You are worlds apart from those men in the desert.
  • Your ideas and mine are worlds apart.
  • They are worlds apart in their political views.

“Be worlds apart” in the news: 

Two schools worlds apart in Lancashire

Spot the mistakes

Can you spot all the mistakes?

  1. I am the good gamer and I play with good character.
  2. It don’t work.
  3. If you are talking to me, then I got distracted.
  4. A turtle on a cloud that trow another turtle.
  5. There is one that have a coins.

Write a comment below with all the mistakes you can find and I will tell you if you are right!

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