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What does "in my day" mean?
"In my day, people used to hold the door open for each other."
What is the difference between a "citizen" and a "countryman"?
citizens - a national/inhabitant of a certain country
countryman - a person from the same country as the speaker
"My fellow countrymen..."
People don't really say countrymen, unless it's a political speech.
When to use "good" and when to use "well"?
Good is an ADJECTIVE. It changes a noun.
-The good man.
-He is a good swimmer.
-I am in a good mood today.
Well is an ADVERB and changes a verb.
-He is well.
-He swims well.
-The caramel sauce goes well with the brownie.
"I feel good."
"It felt good."
"I slept well."
"How did you sleep?"
When we talk about health we use "well".
She asked me is he was still ill, but he is well.
What does "spill the beans" mean?
"Spill the beans" means reveal secret information.
"Is it a boy or a girl?"
"I'm not saying."
"Come on, spill the beans."
What's the difference between "make" and "let"?
-The teacher made us listen to music in class.
-The teacher let us listen to music in class.
-The teacher didn't let us listen to music.
-The teacher didn't make us listen to music.
Why do you sometime use "the":
-Water is colourless.
-The water will boil soon.
-The water (that I poured into a pan) will boil soon.
-Water (in general, all water) is colourless.
-The coffee tastes bad.
-Coffee tastes bad.
to become a citizen of a country
This movie is especially good!
-I should of seen the film.
'I should'VE seen the film!
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