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bunch /bʌntʃ/ (a bunch of) bananas, flowers, keys, grapes, herbs /hɜːb $ ɜːrb, hɜːrb/, parsley, thyme
a friendly bunch of people
bunches: if a girl wears her hair in bunches, she ties it together at each side of her head
razor /ˈreɪzə/ shaver /ˈʃeɪvə/
I wish her to call me tomorrow.
I wish you would stop smoking.
We all wish (that) the snow would stay forever.
I wish she would come tomorrow.
I wish she were (was) here now.
Don’t you wish (that) you could fly?
I wish I spoke Japanese.
I wish she had come last day.
I wish you had n ’t said that.
Michael Swan – 632, wish
x-free; sugarfree, saltfree, oil-free, taxfree, fat-free, dutyfree, interest-free
#Proverb | Saying | idiom | Slang |
Forewarned Is Forearmed
“Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own“.– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe –
find s.b/s.th. + adjective
“How did you find the book?”
“I found the book interesting and informative.”
OXFORD Photo-Dictionary – Traffic Signs
#Topic | Article
Doing the same things vs. trying new things
185 Questions and Answers Topic 55, P. 159-162
expresses appreciation for something that was done. Business Letters for busy people, P. 66
Que Sera Sera
Extra 4, E18