Thursday, 19 January 2012

Objective Proficiency p 111. Travel. Extra Speaking

Jump at something: to accept an opportunity, offer, etc. with enthusiasm. E.g. Sally jumped at the chance of visiting Rome. 
Draw+ prep.: to move in the direction mentioned. E.g. The train drew into the station.

Get out of sth: to avoid a responsibility or duty. Sp. eludir. E.g. We promised we'd go—we can't get out of it now.

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