By Tomeu Aloy
Thursday, 23 February 2012
Objective Proficiency p 146. Leisure. Extra Speaking
to pull somebody/something along with effort and difficulty. E.g. I was dragged along to a party.
: to not go out or to remain indoors. E.g
I feel like staying in tonight.
a boring way of life that does not change
. Sp. Estancarse. E.g
If you don't go out and meet new people, it's easy to
get into a rut
the sound of something hitting liquid or of liquid hitting something. E.g.
We heard the splash when she fell into the pool.
a group of players, runners, etc. from which a team is chosen for a particular game or match. Sp. Equipo. E.g.
Settle in/ settle into
to move into a new home, job, etc. and start to feel comfortable there
. Sp. i
It's not always easy for a new player to settle in.
Pick sth out
: to play a tune on a musical instrument slowly without using written music. E.g.
He picked out the tune on the piano with one finger.
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