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first question this week comes from

Rizal coos Wanda Hagen resolved resolved

says hi Alicia what's the difference

between Fink and thought and when do we

use them Thanks okay so I'm going to

focus on the verb uses of these words so

the simple answer is that Fink is

present tense and thought is past tense

we use think when we're talking about

our opinions or ideas for things that

are always true so for example I think

summer is the best season or I think tea

is delicious we use thought to talk

about our past ideas and opinions yes

but we use thought to talk about actions

or activities that have been completed

and we want to refer to our opinions of

those things so for example I thought

the movie was great I thought dinner was

expensive so sometimes we want to talk

about like a past situation so something

that happened before and we want to

share our opinion of it but we don't use

present tense think we use thought to

refer to that so I thought dinner was

expensive last night or I thought the

movie was great so the activity has

ended but we want to share our opinion

of that so when we're talking about our

regular like opinions and ideas like

things we think are delicious always or

things we enjoy or things we hate always

we use present tense think to do that we

would not use think for a completed

action like I think the movie was great

last night

we would not use that we use past tense

to do that so I hope that this helps you

understand the difference between think

and thought thanks very much for the

question ok let's move on to your next

question next question comes from Maria

hi Maria Maria says hi could you tell me

which one is correct have a shower or

take a shower thank you yeah both are

correct the difference here is really

just that have a shower is perhaps more

commonly used in British English we tend

to use take a shower in

in English some other expressions you

might hear related to bathing in English

are hop in the shower which implies a

very short shower or hop in the bath hop

in the tub as well where tub refers to

bathtub or have a rinse maybe you might

also hear take a rinse which sounds like

you're just rinsing your body off maybe

like after a jog for example rinsing

sweat off of the body

maybe rinsing some dirt off the body

after doing some gardening or something

so we have a few different shower and

bathing related expressions but the most

common one in American English is take a

shower have a shower is okay to use too

it's just more commonly used in British

English so I hope that this helps you

thanks very much for the question okay

let's move on to your next question next

question comes from Fareed Jehan or

hello for eg hum for eg hum says hi Lee

show what is the difference between had

have can and could this is a really big

question let's start by looking at have

and had their uses and the meanings it

really depends on the situation so first

we can use have in present tense to

refer to owning something had is the

past tense form of that verb we can also

use have and had to make perfect tense

sentences perfect tense statements and

questions so have is used for present

perfect tense had is used for past

perfect tense we also use this in

responsibility expressions like have to

and had to in present tense and in past

tense respectively so let's look at a

list of example sentences that show us

how each one of these is used I have a

cookie

I had a cookie at lunch I have had a

cookie today I had had four cookies by

the time I left the office yesterday I

have to eat all these cookies I had to

eat so many cookies yesterday so these

example sentences show us the variety of

ways that we can use have and have

sometimes together to make a lot of

different statements moving on to the

second part of your question about can

and could these two words also have

quite a lot of different uses we can use

can in present tense to talk about our

abilities and to make like requests and

offers we can use could to talk about

our past abilities and to make polite

present tense requests and offers we

also use could to talk about unreal

situations and this includes impossible

situations in the past I can speak

Spanish I could speak Spanish when I was

a kid can you help me with my homework

could you please help me with my

homework if I had a lot of money I could

buy a house was that Davie no that

couldn't have been Davie Davies at the

office so can and could is also a very

big topic I hope that this very quick

introduction at least shows you some

examples of how we use these different

words thanks very much for your question

okay let's move on to your next question

next question comes from why hien hello

Wahine Wahine says what is the

difference between do you and are you do

you begins questions that are asking for

help that are asking for information or

maybe making requests and offers we

follow do you with the present tense

form of the verb just a simple

infinitive form of the verb some

examples do you know where my keys are

do you have a pen do you want to get a

coffee do you go to the gym every week

are you begins a question asking about

someone's condition we follow are you

with a verb in the progressive tense

with a noun phrase or with an adjective

some examples are you a doctor are you

okay are you coming to the office today

are you at home so this is kind of a

good guideline that you can use when

you're trying to decide between do you

and are you questions what kind of

information do you want to know if it

a condition question you can probably

use are you if you're looking for

information or trying to make a request

you might use do you instead I hope that

this helps you thanks very much for the

question

ok let's move on to your next question

next question comes from straight har

ready Huygens radar sweetheart says hi

Alicia what's the difference between

it's okay and that's okay um not much

really in most cases we use them

interchangeably but there are a couple

cases where we do use just one so for

example when you're making a sentence

that uses an if pattern you always want

to use it's okay not that's okay for

example it's okay if you can't finish

this today or it's okay if you're

running late so we would not use that's

okay

in that situation that's okay if you're

running late or that's okay if you can't

finish it today we would use it's okay

if you're making an if sentence and if

clause sentence so in many cases

especially in my case I tend to use

that's okay when someone apologizes to

me for some kind of small mistake so if

someone like bumps my shoulder or if

somebody forgets something I don't know

I could say that's okay to mean no

problem you could use it's okay in this

case too but I feel like that's okay

might be a little bit more common also

when you are in close proximity so that

means when you have a very close

relationship either physically or

emotionally to another person and you're

talking about an issue and you want to

present a situation and you want to make

the other person feel at ease like

everything's fine you can use it's okay

so for example person a might say oh no

I deleted an important file from my

computer B says it's okay I made a

backup yesterday so in that situation

it's okay

precedes or comes before the solution to

the situation in those cases using it's

okay might sound a little bit more

natural then that's okay but as I said

in most cases we use them

interchangeably and it doesn't really

cause a community

problem but I hope that those are a few

situations that you can use in daily

life and that you can use these two

expressions a little bit more naturally

so thanks very much for the question I

hope that that helps first question this

week comes from Duong do too it Tom I

hope I said that right

Duong do says hi Alicia how do I

practice listening to English better I

would say make sure you're doing active

listening not passive listening so

passive listening is like just turning

your phone on or turning your computer

on to something English like an English

movie or an English video on YouTube or

English audio and you leave it and you

go do something else like cleaning or

cooking or doing your homework or

whatever so you're not paying attention

to the audio you're not paying attention

to the video at all so you're just

listening to the background noise

they're active listening on the other

hand is really focusing in on the things

that you're hearing so to practice good

active listening of course you can just

listen to audio but I would recommend

trying to read along with the things the

speakers are saying so I think really

fun ways to do this are to use movies

and videos so movies turn on the

subtitles in English to do this and turn

on like YouTube captions as well you can

do that with some of the videos on our

Channel and I think that there are some

auto-generated captions that you can use

on our YouTube channel as well so I

would recommend reading along as you

listen so this helps you because it can

help you identify the pronunciations of

unfamiliar words so words that you don't

know you can learn how to pronounce them

you can also hear the different ways

that native speakers connect words in

everyday speech you can learn how words

are stressed in everyday speech and you

can just pick up new vocabulary words

and work on some grammar patterns too so

I would recommend you practice active

listening not just passive listening

passive listening is fun and easy but

try to do active listening as well so

that you're really focusing on gaining

new things I hope that this helps you

and good luck with your continued

listening study

okay let's move on to your next question

next question comes from BAE hot VIN

hello BAE husband BAE hot wind says what

is the difference between England

British and United Kingdom okay

England is a country one country it is a

noun for example I went to England last

year have you ever been to England

British is an adjective

something that is British is something

or someone that comes from Great Britain

so Great Britain is the largest of the

islands in the British Isles examples my

roommate is British

do you speak British or American English

I speak American English the United

Kingdom or the UK is an area that's made

up of most of the islands in the British

Isles including Great Britain and it's

made up of a small part of the

northeastern part of Ireland as well as

a few other small islands in the area

this is referred to as the United

Kingdom or the UK examples have you ever

been to the UK I hear it's rainy in the

United Kingdom okay so I hope that this

helps you understand the differences

between these words thanks very much for

the question all right moving along to

your next question this week next

question comes from Alex hi Alex Alex

says hi what's the difference between

bush and forest thanks okay

in American English Bush and forest are

quite different however in Australian

English the word Bush could be used to

mean something kind of similar to forest

so first let's look at how bush is used

in American English in American English

bush is used to refer to like a shrub

it's one single plant that is low to the

ground people usually have them in front

of their houses or in a forest among the

trees you might see bushes uh like below

trees so they're usually not very big

maybe this size or so it depends it

depends on the type of plant but a bush

is a single unit it's

single plant examples my grandparents

have lots of bushes in their yard

there's a row of bushes leading up to

the castle so some of you may know that

this word does have another slang

meaning but it is totally unrelated to

plant life so you can google that if you

like so Bush can also refer to like an

area of wild lands like untamed

creatures and just free growing plants

but that's something that we only use in

Australian English American English

speakers and to my knowledge British

English speakers do not use this word

forest on the other hand refers to a

huge huge huge area of trees and

creatures and all kinds of wildlife so

for example the Amazon rainforest is a

huge forest so it's not just one unit

not just one tree or one group of

animals but it's the whole area all the

plants all the wildlife everything in

that area that's a forest area so I hope

that this helps you understand the

differences between these words thanks

for an interesting question okay let's

move on to your next question next

question comes from that's a sloth hi

spot is love I hope I said that

correctly so that is Locke says hi

Alicia could you explain the difference

between other and another okay I talked

about this in a previous episode of ask

Alicia so if you want some more example

sentences and a little bit of a

different explanation you can check out

that video so we use other when we're

referring to the known alternative in a

situation so if for example our camera

person offers me these two markers and

he offers me the red one but I can see

the blue one I can say no I want the

other one I want this one I want the

other marker so I use the other because

I see that there are two choices in the

situation I am offered one but I say no

I want the other one in the situation we

use another when we want to refer to

something outside the known situation so

here if I'm offered a

red marker and a blue marker and I don't

want either I can say do you have

another color and maybe I'll get the

black marker so it's outside of my

existing options it's outside of the

known situation another one so for

another example of how we use another

and the other you can check out the

previous episode of ask Alicia that I

talked about I hope that that gives you

another example and another explanation

that can help you understand the

differences between these words so I

hope that that helps you thanks very

much for this question okay let's move

on to your next question next question

comes from Emma hi Emma

Emma says hi Alicia I'm wondering what I

should say when people ask me what my

job is and I'm just a housewife and

raising kids is it okay to say I have no

job I'm just a housewife well yes but I

definitely wouldn't say just or I have

no job because I think many people now

today recognized that being a housewife

is a like a kind of job so you could say

yes I'm just a housewife but because

there's a lot of work related to taking

care of a house and taking care of

children I would say don't use just just

say I'm a housewife and explain I take

care of my home and my children so I

hope that this helps you yes using

housewife is a great way to describe

what you do thanks very much for your

question first question this week comes

from Sergey hi Sergei Sergei says what

methods would you recommend to remember

English words as fast as possible and

for a long time thanks aha

common question I would suggest that you

begin using the words right away so I

imagine many learners have a vocabulary

list maybe it's a digital list or a list

you write by hand whatever when you

learn a new word begin using the word

right away so I don't mean like reading

the word or learning the spelling of the

word that's great but start making

sentences with the words so write a

sentence and then say the sentence out

loud so use the word right away and then

maybe at the end of the same

they read the sentence again write the

sentence again say the sentence again so

use the word again the next day do it

again

maybe make a new sentence using the same

word so try to say that sentence again

try to say the previous day sentence

again so use the word don't just put the

word into your head actually create

something with the word this is huge

very important is to actually like to

create something with the new words that

you're learning so you do this you know

every day and then a few days later you

refresh the word a week later you

refresh the word so in the beginning it

takes time you maybe need to refresh

your mind refresh your memory a lot as

you learn new vocabulary words but then

you also need to get used to using those

words in your everyday life so try to

maybe make a list or like a group of

words you want to focus on for like one

week or two weeks at a time and so you

practice that group of words like every

day or you make a study plan to focus on

this group of words for this month or

something like that so do that with

those words that you really really want

to use maybe they're words that are

extremely important to your everyday

life like your studies or your work or

maybe a hobby for example so I would

suggest doing that and spacing out your

repetition to do that so if you want a

tool that can help you to do this kind

of thing

there are spaced repetition systems like

spaced repetition flashcard tools a very

popular one is a tool called Anki so you

can download like vocabulary word decks

groups of vocabulary words and study

those and the software or the system

will automatically tell you when is the

next time to study so you finished your

study session and then later a few hours

later or a day later or something you

can study the same words again and it

will remember how well you did the

previous time so it spaces out how often

you see your vocabulary words and helps

you refresh things and a good pace for

your studies and for your like your

memory so that might be a good

to use but as I said don't just read

don't just see the words on a screen

make sure you use the words as well so I

hope that this helps you to understand

new vocabulary words and to be able to

remember them for a long time

good luck with your studies okay let's

move on to your next question next

question this week comes from Mellie

hello Mellie Mellie says you say and I

answer them maybe at the opening of the

video this maybe means if I can or you

ask plenty of questions and I pick

randomly so maybe I can or I can't pick

yours Thanks

yeah actually both both are true the

reason that I chose that beginning and

the you ask questions and I answer them

maybe I chose that introduction for both

of those reasons so one is actually I

don't know for sure if I answered your

question

so sometimes viewers send a question and

maybe I don't completely understand what

they want to know or maybe my answer

doesn't give them 100% of the

information so I hope I try my best to

answer the questions completely but I

don't know for sure that I've answered

the viewers question I don't know for

sure that I've answered your questions

so that's one that's one reason why I

say maybe at the beginning of the video

the second reason as you said is because

there are lots of questions that get

sent to us for this series so sometimes

the questions are like very common

questions so we get for example lots of

questions about how to use present

perfect tense so we get lots of

questions about how to use have and had

or would could and should those words so

because there are so many questions like

that I might not choose your question

about that topic I tried to choose

questions that I hope can be like new

and interesting and helpful for lots of

people who are watching the channel not

just for that one person so that's one

reason also there are some questions

that are very very specific some people

send questions that are maybe about one

specific sentence and so for other

people maybe it's not so helpful so I'm

trying to choose questions that are good

for everybody

so that's the second reason why I say

maybe I might not choose the question

that you send even if you do send it

thank you so much for sending but yes

there are those two reasons why I say

maybe at the beginning to every video in

this series so I hope that that helps

you thanks for this question ok let's

move on to your next question this week

next question for this week comes from

comb a Hello comb a comb a says what is

the difference between ongoing and in

progress

great question ongoing is an adjective

we can place ongoing before the noun

that it modifies we can also place

ongoing after the noun that it modifies

but we connect the two with is some

examples this is an ongoing project this

project is ongoing in progress on the

other hand is not an adjective it's in a

preposition and progress a noun so

progress means like movement forward or

some kind of improvement that's what

progress means so we can imagine in

progress to mean like in the condition

of making progress so that's kind of

like a long way to say this small phrase

in progress in the conditioner in the

state of making forward progress so we

tend to use this after the noun that it

modifies so some examples of this

construction is in progress on our

office building this project is a work

in progress so I hope that helps you

understand the differences between

ongoing and in progress thanks very much

for this question ok let's move on to

your next question next question comes

from Marcelo Veloso hello Marcello

Marcello says hi Alicia how's it going

here in Brazil when actors and actresses

play roles in soap operas movies and TV

shows they don't talk like ordinary

people they talk a little formally I

would like to know if the same thing

happens in the USA mmm nice question but

generally no actors and

dresses don't speak more formally they

do however change their speaking for the

setting in which they are acting so for

example if you've seen a movie where the

story features royalty so like kings and

queens

you might hear the actors using very

formal language because that's the

language that's appropriate for a very

formal setting so they use that language

not because it's like a movie but

because it's like a king or a queen

they're speaking - so they should speak

formally on the other hand if you've

seen the movie like a cowboy movie like

an old western movie you'll hear the

characters speaking in a very rough

manner so they choose the way that they

speak or the way that they speak is kind

of determined by the setting of the

media so it's not that the media itself

causes actors and actresses to speak a

certain way it's like the story itself

they speak to match the story I will say

that probably in most cases actors and

actresses tend to speak a little bit

more clearly yes they speak very quickly

but they tend to speak a little more

clearly in media because it's important

for the audience to be able to catch all

the words that are being said so you

might hear them speaking a little bit

more clearly but no not necessarily

more formally so level of formality is

determined by the story the characters

in the story and the relationships in

this story so I hope that that helps you

thanks very much for the question okay

let's move on to your next question next

question this week comes from Michael

hello Michael Michael says hi Alicia the

verbs would and Tad have the same form

of contraction apostrophe D how do I

know what verb this form of the

contraction means great question okay to

know which form look at the word that

comes after the apostrophe D for example

I'd like a glass of water I'd eaten by

the time my roommate got home okay so in

the first example sentence I'd like a

glass of water the word that comes after

I'd is like like is a simple present

tense verb in the second example

sentence I'd eaten by the time my

roommate got home we see eaten which is

the verb eat in the past participle form

so we break these down and we see I'd

like becomes I would like or I had like

so we know I had like is incorrect

that's not proper grammar we know

therefore it should be I would like we

can do the same thing with the second

example sentence I'd eaten could be

either I would eaten or I had eaten we

know that I would eaten is grammatically

incorrect so we can understand therefore

that when we see that apostrophe D

followed by a simple present tense verb

we can understand that that's actually

an I would construction apostrophe D

followed by a verb in the past

participle form however indicates the

past perfect tense I had eaten I'd eaten

so you don't actually need to focus on

that apostrophe D

focus on the grammar of the sentence as

a whole so we're looking at the verb

that comes after this not to the

apostrophe D itself the clue is actually

in the next word so I hope that this

helps you identify the differences in

the future thanks very much for this

question hi everybody my name is Alicia

in this lesson I'm going to talk about

tag questions I'm going to explain what

tag questions are how to make them and a

few different ways to use them so let's

get started okay first what is a tag

question a tag question is a short

question that comes after a statement so

I'll explain a lot of examples today so

these are very short questions usually

just like two words we use tag questions

for confirmation or for agreement so

when we want to check that something is

correct for example we use a tag

question when we want to use a tag

question to confirm information we

typically use downward intonation to do

this so you'll hear a few examples of

this in this lesson however we also used

questions to ask for information so we

want to get some new information we can

use a tag question to do that but

typically when we want to ask for

something

we'll use upward intonation the same way

that we would ask a regular information

question so let's keep this in mind as

we look at some of the rules for using

tag questions and making tag questions

okay first to make tag questions there

are two basic rules I want to explain so

the first rule is if the verb in the

main sentence or in the main part of the

statement is a positive verb then the

verb in the tag question must be

negative so let's look at a few examples

of this here you cooked this didn't you

so here cooked is the verb and the main

part of the statement and it's positive

that means I need to use a negative verb

here in this case didn't in the ending

part of the statement so I'll explain

this rule in just a moment to another

example

he could hear me couldn't he so here

could is positive in the main part of

the statement therefore I need to use

the opposite form couldn't the negative

form at the end of the statement in the

tag question last example here you've

had breakfast

haven't you so here I'm using you have

had breakfast so here you have is my

positive verb my positive auxiliary verb

in this case so I need to use the

negative haven't in my tag question at

the end of the sentence so this is the

first part then the opposite is also

true as we see here in point number two

so if the verb in the main sentence or

the main part of this statement is

negative then the verb and the time

question is positive so this is the

opposite of point one that we just

talked about here so I've just made the

opposite of each of these sentences so

here we'll see you didn't cook this did

you here I have the negative you did not

this therefore the positive did is used

in the tag question again he couldn't

hear me

could he here I've used couldn't this

time it's negative in the main part of

the statement so the tag question is

positive could he finally you haven't

had breakfast have you here I have the

negative haven't have not therefore I

need to use the positive have in the tag

question so this is the basic rule for

making tag questions if we see a

positive verb in the main part of the

statement the tag question should be

negative it should use a negative verb

and the opposite is also true if a

negative verb is used in the main

statement we should use a positive verb

in the tag question so this is one key

theme you'll see in our example

sentences for today so let's look at a

few more details about how to make these

point number three here is about

auxiliary verb so remember auxiliary

verbs are like have and has be for

example so if there's no auxiliary verb

in the main statement then the tag

question will use the appropriate form

of the word do and by that I mean the

positive or the negative form like do or

does for example so let's look at some

examples of this so no auxiliary verb is

used here so he made this didn't he here

I have the verb made past tense

he made this didn't he no auxiliary verb

is here so we need to use the verb do

however made is a positive meaning the

tag question needs to be negative so

here didn't his past tense did not in

other words the contracted form did not

is used here let's look at one more here

I have the negative she didn't go did

she so I need to use the positive did in

the tag question here again they

cancelled didn't they so cancelled is

the verb it's the positive form of the

verb used here I therefore need to use

the negative in

past didn't in the tag question so again

if no auxilary verb is in the main

statement then we should use the correct

form the appropriate form of do to make

the tag question at the end however as

in point number four if there is an

auxiliary verb so if we do see some case

of have or be used then we need to use

the same auxiliary verb in the tag

question but we still need to follow

this rule the positive and negative rule

so for example he hasn't finished his

homework has he here the auxiliary verb

has is used but I have the negative form

he hasn't finished his homework so I

need to match this with the positive has

he he hasn't finished his homework has

he next one she's left the office hasn't

she here the verb might be hard to find

it's this apostrophe s she's left

meaning she has left the office hasn't

she here

I've used the negative because the

positive she has is used in the main

statement finally they were listening to

our conversation weren't they

here I'm using were the positive were in

the main statement so I need to use the

negative words in the tag question so

please be careful when you're using an

auxiliary verb in your main statement

make sure to use the opposite form of

the auxiliary verb in the tag question

all right let's go on to part five so

part five is a little bit special

so if M or R if one of these words is

used in the main part of your statement

then we'll use our or art to make the

tag question yeah this one's a little

bit special so for example I'm I'm as

the contracted form of I am so I'm

bleeding I am bleeding aren't I so again

the same positive and negative rule I am

bleeding aren't I aren't I so we'll use

the negative aren't here to match with

the positive I am

another example you're not leaving are

you

so here you are not leaving you are not

leaving are you so here we have a

negative form you're not leaving are you

so here we need to use the positive form

in the tag question finally they're

going home aren't they so here we have

they are going so there's a positive

form they are they are so we need to

match this with the negative form

they're going home aren't they

all right so please be careful if you

see this M or R in your main statement

please be careful of that finally point

number 6 if you use a modal verb so this

is like will won't could should would

for example if a modal verb is used in

the main part of the statement we need

to follow the same rule use the modal

verb in the tag question as well just

use the opposite form of that for

example I shouldn't eat this should I so

here shouldn't is my mode over I've used

the negative shouldn't so we'll use the

positive should in the tag question I

shouldn't eat this should I another one

he won't call will he so won't in this

case the negative won't is used so I

need to use will the positive form in

the tag question

finally they wouldn't hurt us would they

again there's the negative form in the

main statement and the positive form in

the tag question so you can see that

these two points about the positive and

negative matching these really are the

basis for making other tag questions and

then just pay attention to whether or

not you're using an auxiliary verb as

well in your main statement so always

think about matching the opposite form

of the verb in the main statement to the

tag question there and also think about

your intonation when you're using these

kinds of sentences when you're using

these kinds of questions so as we talked

about here when you want to just get

agreement or get confirmation from

someone you can use down

intonation so for example he made this

didn't he or she didn't go did she or

they cancelled didn't they

so there's a very kind of downward sound

to it it sounds a little bit like you're

not really asking for information maybe

like you're talking to yourself almost a

little bit however if you want to

actually ask someone for information

make sure to use upward intonation so to

use the same examples

he made this didn't he or she didn't go

did she or they cancelled didn't they

so it's again it still sounds like you

want to get confirmation about something

but when you use the upward intonation

it sounds like you don't actually know

maybe you have a guess but you're not

quite sure and you are looking for some

information so please keep your

intonation the sound of your voice in

mind when you're using tag questions

okay that's everything that I want to

explain for this point I hope that it

was useful for you if you have any

questions or if you want to try to make

a tag question please feel free to do so

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soon and words for desserts so let's

know sweet the first word is sweet sweet

so sweet is that sugary flavor that you

have in your mouth when you eat

something that has fat or no natural

sweet flavors I guess so for example

like fruits many fruits have natural

sweetness like apples or oranges have a

sweet flavor and then there is

artificial sweetness like when you put

sugar actual sugar into like cakes or

cookies for example there's that sugary

flavor we call that sweet that is a

sweet flavor in a sentence I want to eat

something sweet

decadent the next word is decadent

decadent is a word that we use to

describe something that is like super

selfish it's like it's like ridiculous

it's kind of like crazy how indulgent

how like selfishly delicious something

is we use it a lot for desserts so we

use it for things that are maybe very

very rich which we'll talk about some of

these words later so we'll use it for

things that have like a really really

strong rich deep flavor maybe they have

a high fat content or a high sugar

content maybe they have lots of cream

whatever something that seems like it's

just a super-selfish just oh it's just

too much that's we can use the word

decadent for that so in a sentence this

pie is absolutely decadent rich so the

next word is rich rich we can use the

word rich for foods beyond desserts it's

not only for desserts but it is a very

common word we use for desserts so rich

means like a very deep flavor it's often

applied with like chocolates or creams

so it has kind of like an image of maybe

a some fat for example so it's it kind

of has more of like an adult dessert

image some examples of things that are

not rich are like popsicles which is

just like sugar and flavor and water

like typical like citrusy candies aren't

really rich they're very sweet but not

rich so we use this for like chocolate

cakes maybe or pies or puddings custards

maybe so something that has like kind of

a fatty and deep flavor about it dough

in a sentence I prefer rich desserts

that's true

savory the next word is savory savory is

another word that we can use to talk

about food that is well not sweet we can

use savory for other things like meats

but for desserts savory means something

that has a rich flavor but that tends

more to be salty so something that has a

strong flavor not necessarily fatty like

rich but savory refers to something that

has that has a flavor

like a strong flavour that is not from

sweetness but something that is savory

is I don't know like I heard one time of

like a bacon doughnut for example like

maybe that's like a savory thing I don't

know I did not eat the bacon doughnut

but that could be an example so

something that is savory is flavorful

without being overly sweet in ascendance

I feel like eating something savory

crispy the next word is crispy crispy

refers to a texture so the feeling of of

food in your mouth when you eat it is

like the texture that's what I mean by

texture here crispy is something that

when you bite into it it makes like that

kind of crunchy sound it makes like for

example if you imagine eating like a

cracker for example the way it kind of

crumbles into your mouth or if you eat

something that's like really like it's

really really light like maybe a potato

chip as well it could be depending on

the chip could be kind of crispy so

something that has often these are kind

of like fried things or maybe they're

for desserts like a wafer could be very

crispy so something that that kind of

crumbles in your mouth a little bit it

has sort of a pleasant texture about it

that's something crispy crispy so in the

sentence this wafer is nice and crispy

smooth the next word is smooth smooth so

smooth means it's free of any clumps or

lumps so there's by free I mean there

are no lumps there are no clumps so we

use this for example to talk about like

puddings or like a pie filling maybe or

perhaps a cake as well so something that

is really smooth means like there's

everything is the same consistency there

are no like spots of I don't know there

are no like hard pieces and your pudding

I don't know

there's nothing kind of strange or

different in the mixture in the dessert

mixture everything is very smooth and

consistent it is all the same so smooth

is a good thing typically for desserts

in a sentence this mousse is so smooth

kakie the next word is keiki keiki keiki

can mean a good thing or a bad thing

like if something if if for example you

are eating pudding and you described it

as cakey that's a bad thing

keiki should be used positively to talk

about a food that should be cakey so in

other words a cake or a muffin or

something that is cake like maybe even

bread to some extent like a sweet bread

could be cakey so cakey means cake like

it's similar to cake so maybe it's kind

of fluffy it's a little bit moist cakey

refers to things that are similar to

cake so if you use it like to talk about

I don't know something that is not cake

it sounds like it's a negative thing so

like for example I've heard the word

cakey is used sometime to refer to

makeup that is applied incorrectly so if

you apply makeup incorrectly it can look

cakey by that it means it looks like

cake on a person's face you can see like

maybe like frosting you can think of

that it looks like cake it's a bad thing

in that case a person's makeup should

not look like cake probably bad thing

there however to talk about a muffin oh

it's so cakey and delicious good thing

so think about the situation where the

word cakey is a plot in a sentence these

muffins are pleasantly cakey moist next

word is moist moist means it has

moisture it has water there is like a

sense of liquid the opposite of moist is

dry so dry is typically a bad thing in

desserts we typically don't want dry

deserts moist means it has liquid it has

moisture there's and it's a good thing

typically to have like a slightly

slightly moist cake if you have like a

super moist cake it turns into I don't

know porridge or something that's bad

but usually I'm some kind of moistness

in your dessert like a pie or a cake is

seen as positive so moist moist is

typically positive in a sentence this

cake is so moist

creamy the next word is creamy creamy

the root there is cream so something

that uses a lot of cream in a nice way

usually so we can also use creamy for

like sauces - so like a pasta sauce can

be very creamy or other foods can be

creamy but basically it means that a lot

of cream or the sensation the taste of

cream is in your mouth and it is

pleasant so it's typically used

positively I suppose it could be used

negatively like spaghetti sauces creamy

and weird I don't know I don't know

maybe you can think of a creative way to

use creamy in a negative way but creamy

typically is a good thing for desserts

so in a sentence gelato is very creamy

fruity okay the last word is fruity

fruity so fruity the route here is fruit

obviously so something which has a

flavor like fruit it tastes like fruit

for example so lots of desserts use

fruit as a main ingredient because

fruits have natural sweetness so many

desserts are fruity beers are fruity as

well wine is fruity to many other types

of food are fruity you can use this word

outside of the realm of desserts if you

like in a sentence I like fruity

desserts

10 kitchen objects so let's go spatula

first word the first word is spatula

spatula so a spatula is like a food

shovel it's like a it's like a a tool

you use to flip something in your

kitchen so made of plastic made of metal

you can flip things like pancakes or

omelettes with a spatula spatula so in a

sentence flip pancakes with a spatula

pan the next word is pan pan so a pan is

a piece of kitchen equipment you use to

cook something they can be small pans

they can be larger you might call it a

fry pan something that's maybe this size

and about this deep

there are sauce pans which are about

this deep and maybe about this big

around

so each pan has a different use

depending on your level of cooking skill

you can have a variety of things you can

do with pans maybe I don't know I'm just

rambling okay in a sentence you can make

a lot of delicious things with just one

pan that's true

measuring cup the next word is measuring

cup measuring cup a measuring cup is a

cup that you use to measure things

usually well actually there are liquid

measuring cups and there are select

solids measuring cup so liquids like

meaning water juice beer wine whatever

and then there are solids so we can put

like flour or sugar or some other like

herb for example to to measure so there

are two different ways to different

types of measuring cup but they have

some kind of measuring system on the

side like milliliters or maybe I don't

know ances I don't know depending on

what you use so a measuring cup very

handy to have in your kitchen in a

sentence I cut my hand open on a

measuring cup once knife the next word

is knife knife so a knife is a sharp

tool you use to cut things there can be

a chef's knife a big one a paring knife

a small one there's a fish knife and a

bread knife all kinds of knives but

really you only need one good chef's

knife for your kitchen to do most things

anyway in a sentence every cook needs a

good knife pot the next word is pot pot

so a pot is you can think of a pot like

a large deep pan really we use pots

usually to make soup or perhaps I guess

to make a lot of sauce I don't know but

a pot is just something that's large and

deep and we can put lots of liquid in it

that's a pot maybe it has a lid as well

in a sentence put all of the ingredients

in a pot and cook refrigerator the next

word is refrigerator refrigerator

refrigerator is a fun word to say we

often shortened the word refrigerator to

fridge fridge so a refrigerator is the

place where you store where you keep

your food so cold food or maybe frozen

food

so a refrigerator and freezer are

different please keep that in mind

refrigerator just means cold freezing

means it's below zero degrees Celsius so

that means it's frozen like you can make

ice in that atmosphere in that

environment refrigerator is just cold so

keep your food in the refrigerator in a

sentence she has a huge refrigerator

dishes the next word is dishes dishes so

dishes is just is the word we use to

mean like your plates and your bowls and

your cups

really so plates bowls cups we say those

are dishes like in a sentence do the

dishes

it means wash all of the plates cups and

bowls so dishes means those three things

generally so dishes dishes all of that

is summed up in one word we can use one

word for that in a sentence I keep all

my dishes in cupboards cutlery

silverware flatware the next word is

actually three words it is cutlery

silverware and flatware so you might

hear these words used interchangeably

you might hear these words used in the

same way but generally we say like

cutlery I suppose or we break these

words down so these all three refer to

forks knives spoons the things we use to

eat food the tools we use to take food

from a plate to take food from a dish

and put it in our mouths that that

equipment is cutlery or flatware or

silverware silverware would technically

mean like you know that equipment made

from silver I think but to use a more

general word we say cutlery most of the

time but if you want to be specific you

can say fork spoon knife chopstick

whatever it's up to you so these are

kind of three words that refer to the

same thing in a sentence washing

silverware is such a pain cutting board

the next word is cutting board a cutting

board so a cutting board is a piece of

wood or maybe plastic you use under

something you are preparing to cook so

if you're cutting carrots you put the

cutting board or just board down

your counter or table put the carrot on

top and cut so we we use it to guard our

knife and our counter from the cutting

action or I suppose I should say we are

guarding the knife from the counter and

we are going to encounter from the knife

so the cutting board acts to hold

everything in place and to keep

everything like kind of nice and clean

and tidy and in good shape so a cutting

board is essential for a good kitchen in

a sentence I wish I had a nice cutting

board baking sheet the last word is

baking sheet a baking sheet a baking

sheet is a piece of equipment that is

oven safe we can put it in the oven and

it will not melt it will not break down

at all we use it to bake maybe cookies

or we can use it to bake meat for

example a baking sheet it looks like a

sheet of metal really in some cases

maybe it has sides to it as well but

it's just a simple piece of usually

metal of some kind that is oven safe

it's easy to use for the oven

that's called a baking sheet in a

sentence line baking sheets with

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with the basic definition of the verb

raised the basic definition is to lift

something to a higher position examples

raise your hand let's raise the shelf a

little higher now let's look at the

conjugations of this verb present tense

raised raises past tense raised past

participle raised progressive raising so

now let's move on to some additional

meanings for this verb okay the first

one is to cause an increase in something

so this doesn't mean necessarily to

physically move something up but rather

to cause an increase in like an amount

or a number for example so examples of

this the government is raising taxes

next year my landlord raised the rent so

in these cases we're talking about taxes

and rent the government raised taxes

means they increased the amount of taxes

people have to pay in the second example

sentence my landlord raised the rent

means my rent costs were increased my

rent costs went up they were raised my

landlord raised the rent let's go on to

the second additional meaning for this

verb to cause to exist

to cause to exist like this is used for

concepts some examples this change

raises a lot of questions her behavior

raised red flags okay so here we're

seeing concepts we're seeing sort of

ideas it's not a physical item that

comes into existence it's a concept in

the first example sentence this change

raises a lot of questions it means from

this change a lot of questions come into

existence so some change happened and

now I have lots of different questions

we use the verb raised to mean came into

existence like something conceptually

came into existence in the second

example sentence her behavior raises red

flags I've used the expression red flags

here so red flags means a hint or some

kind of indicator of something negative

and negative quality about

person so this is a kind of this is a

sentence that has a negative feeling

about it but I've used the verb raised

so the sentence is her behavior raised

red flags which means her behavior

caused me to think that there was

something negative about her so her

behavior was maybe strange or kind of

dangerous and so I thought maybe this

person there's something kind of not

quite right about this person there were

red flags so I used the verb raised to

say that her behavior introduced that

her behavior caused those red flags to

exist okay let's move on to the third

one the third one is to take care of

someone or something examples my parents

decided to raise chickens where were you

raised

so in these sentences we see someone

taking care of something else the first

sentence my parents decided to raise

chickens means to take care of like like

from when they're babies until they're

full-grown adults my parents decided to

raise chickens so as they grow up

they're being taken care of in the

second example it's a question where

were you raised a passive question where

were you raised means where were you

taken care of until you grew up

essentially is the meaning but we use

raised to communicate that where were

you raised I was raised on the west

coast California where were you raised

Massachusetts Massachusetts all right so

this verb is used for parenting for sure

it's used to so when you're talking

about where you grew up you can say I

grew up in or I was raised in so parents

can use this I want to raise my kids in

place or in environment just be careful

we don't use the word grow for people we

can use it for plants like I like to

grow plants is fine we can't say I want

to grow my kids doesn't work we can't

use them raised instead the fourth one

is to increase another person's bet this

is a very specific use of the word raise

we use this in gambling like at casinos

for example examples I'll raise you $20

she raised him $3,000 so this means

there's an existing bet in the first

example I'll raise you $20 there's a bet

that exists somewhere so let's say for

example the bet is $10 that my opponent

played I however want to increase the

risk in the game so I say I'll raise you

$20 which means from this original $10

I'm going to add $20

that means the total bet is now $30 if

the other person still wants to play the

game they now have to put in $20 more to

match my bet so to raise means to add

additional risk to a bet in the second

example sentence we see the same thing

she raised him $3,000 so there's an

existing bet she increased the amount of

the bet by $3,000 so this is a very

specific use of raise but if you like

card games or casinos or gambling it

could be useful for you okay let's talk

about the next additional meaning of the

verb raise it means to collect money to

gather money to get money from different

sources examples of this let's raise

money in a fund raiser how are we going

to raise money for this project so in

these examples we're talking about money

this is very commonly used to talk about

money so we tend to use this expression

this this use of raise is used to talk

about money like financial resources

that we need for some project or some

charity or some volunteer activity so we

say let's raise money or let's raise

funds to support this group for example

so this can be used to talk about

gathering funds gathering money okay

the variations let's talk about some

variations of this verb the first one is

to raise eyebrows to raise eyebrows so

the image of this is literally your

eyebrows go up like why because we're

experiencing mild suspicion or surprise

so when you hear something and you you

kind of have this like mmm

reaction to it's like what that's the

raising eyebrows expression examples of

this her weekend plans raised some

eyebrows at the office if you confront

management you might raise some eyebrows

so that means if you do that thing in

the first example sentence her weekend

plans raise some eyebrows at the office

it means something about her plans for

the weekend cause suspicion or maybe

surprise among the other people in the

office in the second example sentence if

you confront management you might raise

some eyebrows it means if you do this

thing if you talk to management they

might be surprised when they might be

suspicious of you so raise eyebrows

means to be suspicious or to be a little

bit surprised of something the next

variation is to raise the bar to raise

the bar this expression means like to

set a higher standard than previously or

to determine a higher standard than was

previously set examples we need to raise

the bar for our work they've raised the

bar at that restaurant in the first

example we need to raise the bar for our

work it means we need to set a higher

standard for our work so it's quite long

to say but we say raise the bar you can

actually imagine this in terms of sports

like if you've seen gymnastics when

there's like like we can imagine the

pole vault for example if the bar to

jump over the optic to jump over is at

this level

maybe it's easy but if we raise the bar

it becomes more difficult and requires

more skill to do that same task so when

we say we need to raise the bar for our

work or that restaurant has raised the

bar it means their standards have

improved or maybe their skills have

improved as well so it's a positive

thing

all right the last one the last

variation is to raise hell to raise

so this means like to behave in a way

that can cause other people trouble it

often means like to be loud to be

drinking to be noisy to be like out in

society causing like disruptions often

young people are known for raising hell

examples a bunch of college kids are

raising hell at the beach let's raise

hell these are examples of like kids

usually kids are like young people that

are just kind of out to cause trouble

like usually it's because they're having

a good time and they're trying to do it

like too noisily or they're just having

too much fun and causing problems in

their community but sometimes people

actually plan to go out and cause

problems for others so to describe that

activity we can say raise hell to raise

hell accountant accountant

actor

actor

advertisement

advertisement

advice advice

afford

afford

agenda

agenda

apply apply

to approve to approve

architect architect

art art

artist

artist

a sign a sign

assignment assignment

attendance rate

attendance rate

avoid avoid

backpack backpack

bilingual

bilingual

bill bill

biology biology

blackboard blackboard

bonus bonus

but book

baro baro

boss

boss

branch

branch

Brande Brande

budget

budget

boolie boolie

business business

business trip

business trip

businessman businessman

bye-bye

cafeteria

cafeteria

calculate

calculate

calculator

calculator

campus campus

cancel cancel

career career

chair chair

chairman chairman

charge charge

check

check

chemistry chemistry

chief chief

class class

classmate

classmate

classroom classroom

clerk

clerk

client client

College

College

Commission Commission

commute commute

company company

company worker company worker

competitor competitor

computer computer

computer science

computer science

conference

conference

conference room conference room

confirm

confirm

construction worker construction worker

cook cook

copier copier

cost

cost

coworker coworker

credit

credit

customer customer

database database

deadlines deadlines

debt debt

decision decision

decrease

decrease

deficit deficit

degree

degree

delivery

delivery

dentist dentist

Department Department

Department Department

desk desk

detective

detective

develop

develop

dictionary

dictionary

director director

to discount to discount

dispatch dispatch

dissertation

dissertation

distribute

distribute

distribution distribution

doctor

doctor

doctorate doctorate

document

document

dormitory

dormitory

driver

driver

economics economics

education education

elementary school elementary school

employ employ

employee employee

employer

employer

employment

employment

engineer engineer

Enterprise enterprise

equipment

equipment

eraser eraser

ese

ese

establish

establish

estimate estimate

exam exam

exchange

exchange

executive executive

expand expand

experience

experience

experiment

experiment

expert expert

explanation explanation

facility facility

factory factory

factory worker

factory worker

fair

fair

farmer farmer

feedback feedback

field field

final

final

fire

fire

firefighter firefighter

flight attendant

flight attendant

folder

folder

fund fund

general manager general manager

geography geography

glue glue

goal goal

goods goods

grade

grade

graphic designer graphic designer

Jim

Jim

headquarters headquarters

high school

high school

higher higher

history

history

holiday

holiday

homework homework

housewife

housewife

improvement improvement

income

income

increase increase

industry industry

inform inform

information

information

information technology information

technology

instruction instruction

interview interview

investigation investigation

investment investment

investor

investor

invoice invoice

job

job

join join

journalist

journalist

judge

judge

keyboard

keyboard

knowledge

knowledge

laboratory laboratory

language language

laptop

laptop

lawyer lawyer

lead lead

learn learn

lecture lecture

lend

lend

lesson lesson

library

library

listen listen

literature literature

Los los

mail carrier mail carrier

managed manage

manager manager

marker marker

market

market

marketing

marketing

mathematics

mathematics

mechanical pencil

mechanical pencil

meeting

meeting

memorize

memorize

middle school middle school

monitor monitor

music

music

notebook

notebook

nurse nurse

objective objective

occupation

occupation

offer offer

office office

office worker office worker

order

order

organized

organized

output output

overtime overtime

paintbrush paintbrush

paper paper

paper clip paper clip

part-time job part-time job

payment

payment

pen pen

pencil

pencil

philosophy philosophy

photographer photographer

physical education physical education

physics

physics

pilot pilot

plagiarism plagiarism

the act or process of drawing up plans

or layouts for some project or

enterprise the act or process of drawing

up plans or layouts for some project or

enterprise

podium podium

police officer

police officer

politician politician

politics politics

portfolio

portfolio

presentation presentation

president

president

president

president

principal

principal

printer

printer

product

product

production production

professional athlete professional

athlete

professor professor

profit profit

project project

projector projector

promotion

promotion

psychology

psychology

purchase

purchase

qualification qualification

question

question

quiz

quiz

read read

real-estate agent

real-estate agent

recession recession

recruit recruit

reduction reduction

refund

refund

repeat

repeat

report

report

research research

researcher researcher

responsibilities

responsibilities

result

result

retailer retailer

retire

retire

Rhys Rhys

risk risk

rubber band rubber band

ruler

ruler

salary

salary

sales sales

salesperson

salesperson

schedule schedule

school school

school year

school year

science

science

scientist

scientist

scissors scissors

screen

screen

secretary secretary

servus servus

shift

shift

shop assistant shop assistant

signature

signature

singer singer

skip class

skip class

soldier soldier

stapler stapler

stock stock

strategy

strategy

student student

study study

subject

subject

subordinate subordinate

success success

summer vacation summer vacation

superior

superior

supervise

supervise

supply supply

support

support

symposium

symposium

Tec Tec

tape tape

target

target

teach teach

teacher

teacher

teamwork teamwork

telephone telephone

[Music]

term

erm

test-tube

test-tube

textbook

textbook

to think

to think

tool tool

trademark trademark

transportation transportation

tuition

tuition

University University

vacation vacation

whiteboard

whiteboard

wholesaler wholesaler

work work

work permit

work permit

world map world map

right

right

writer writer

3d movie 3d movie

accommodation accommodation

accordion

accordion

acrobatics

acrobatics

action figure action figure

action movie action movie

activity activity

admission ticket admission ticket

adventure adventure

aerobics aerobics

airplane airplane

album

album

alcohol alcohol

amusement park amusement park

animation animation

antique antique

application application

aquarium aquarium

archery archery

arrive arrived

art art

astrology astrology

astronomy astronomy

auto racing

auto racing

[Music]

backgammon backgammon

backpacking

backpacking

badminton

badminton

bait bait

baking baking

ball

ball

balle balle

balloon balloon

band band

Bar

Bar

barbecue

barbecue

baseball baseball

basketball basketball

beach beach

beach volleyball

beach volleyball

beekeeping beekeeping

beer beer

bellboy bellboy

bicycle racing bicycle racing

bike-riding

bike-riding

billiards billiards

biography biography

bird-watching bird-watching

Blagh

Blagh

blues

blues

board game board game

boarding pass

boarding pass

boat boat

bobsled bobsled

bodybuilding bodybuilding

but but

bowling

bowling

boxing boxing

brewing brewing

bridge bridge

broadcast

broadcast

bungee jumping bungee jumping

bus bus

cabin cabin

cafe

cafe

calligraphy calligraphy

camera camera

camp

camp

candle candle

canoe canoe

car

car

cartoon cartoon

carving carving

Casino Casino

castle

castle

Cathedral Cathedral

Cave cave

cavern cavern

cello

cello

ceramic vase ceramic vase

champion champion

championship championship

channel channel

check-in

check-in

check out

check out

checkmate checkmate

cheer

cheer

cheese cheese

Ches

Jess

chocolate chocolate

Church

Church

circus circus

city

city

clarinet

clarinet

classical music classical music

clay clay

clown

clown

clubhouse clubhouse

coach

coin

coin

collect stamps collect stamps

collection collection

coloring book

coloring book

comedy

comedy

comic-book comic book

competition competition

compose

compose

concert concert

cook cook

cosplay cosplay

cottage

cottage

counter bar counter bar

country

country

countryside countryside

craft

craft

cricket cricket

crocheting crocheting

crossword crossword

cruise ship cruise ship

curling

curling

currency currency

cycling

cycling

dance dance

dart dart

date-date

decorate decorate

depart

depart

destination destination

dice dice

dinner

dinner

dinner party dinner party

director director

diving

diving

documentary documentary

dodgeball

dodgeball

doll

doll

Domino Domino

drama drama

draw draw

drawing

trying

drink

drink

driving driving

drums

drums

dubbed movie dubbed movie

dumbbell dumbbell

eat eat

eat out

eat out

electric keyboard

electric keyboard

electronic electronic

embroidery embroidery

enjoy

enjoy

entertainment entertainment

event event

exchange

exchange

exercise exercise

exhibition exhibition

explore explore

family family

fan

fan

fantasy fantasy

farm

farm

farmers market farmers market

fencing fencing

feng shui feng shui

Ferris wheel Ferris wheel

festival

festival

field field

figure skating

figure skating

film film

firearm

firearm

fishing fishing

fishing boat fishing boat

fishing line fishing line

fishing pole fishing pole

fitness fitness

flea market

flea market

flight flight

flower arrangement flower arrangement

flute flute

flying trapeze flying trapeze

folk music folk music

food stall

food stall

football

football

forest forest

friend

friend

Frisby

Frisby

front desk

front desk

gadget

gadget

game

game

game show game show

garden garden

gardening gardening

to go sightseeing to go sightseeing

go-kart go-kart

golf golf

Golf Course golf course

gopher gopher

GPS GPS

Grand Prix Grand Prix

group group

guide

guide

guidebook

guidebook

guitar

guitar

jim-jim

gymnastics gymnastics

hair salon hair salon

hammock hammock

handball handball

Harbor Harbor

harmonica

harmonica

helicopter

helicopter

hide-and-seek hide-and-seek

hiking hiking

hip-hop

hip-hop

historic monument historic monument

hobby

hobby

hockey hockey

horror movie horror movie

horse racing horse racing

horseback riding horseback riding

buster

Hostel

hot spring hot spring

hotel hotel

hula hoop hula hoop

hunting

hunting

ice dancing ice dancing

ice hockey ice hockey

ice skating ice skating

endure endure

Information Center Information Center

Inc Inc

Internet Internet

invent

invent

itinerary

itinerary

jazz jazz

jet ski jet ski

jigsaw jigsaw

jogging

jogging

Journal Journal

judo judo

jump jump

jump rope jump rope

jungle jungle

jungle gym jungle gym

karaoke

karaoke

karate karate

kayak kayak

kick

kick

kite

kite

kung fu kung fu

La Crosse La Crosse

landscape landscape

language language

learn a language

learn a language

leisure

leisure

listen to music

listen to music

lobby

lobby

lose-lose

lottery lottery

lullaby lullaby

magazine

magazine

magic magic

magician

magician

mahjongg mahjong

mall mall

sheepherder

sheepherder

map map

marathon marathon

market

market

martial arts

martial arts

mascot mascot

massage massage

match match

mieze mieze

meditation meditation

merry-go-round

merry-go-round

mixed martial arts

mixed martial arts

model building model building

monkey bars monkey bars

musk musk

motor boat motor boat

motorcycle motorcycle

Mountain

Mountain

mountain biking mountain biking

mountain climbing

mountain climbing

movie theater movie theater

Museum museum

music

music

musical musical

musical instrument

musical instrument

mystery mystery

nail art nail art

news program news program

newspaper newspaper

nightclub

nightclub

novel

novel

Olympics

Olympics

online course online course

online game online game

opera opera

orchestra

orchestra

origami origami

outdoors

outdoors

package tour package tour

paint

paint

paintball paintball

painting

painting

Palace Palace

paper paper

parachute parachute

paragliding paragliding

Paralympics Paralympics

park park

party party

party party

you

passport passport

pastime pastime

performance performance

pet

pet

photo photo

Photography photography

piano piano

picnic

picnic

ping-pong

ping-pong

play

play

play

play

play cards

play cards

play tag play tag

you

player player

playground

playground

poker

poker

poor poor

pop music

pop music

porcelain porcelain

postcard

postcard

pottery pottery

program

program

pop it pop it

puzzle

puzzle

pyramid pyramid

quilt quilt

R&B

R&B

radio

radio

rafting rafting

read read

reality show reality show

recipe recipe

record

record

recreation recreation

reggae reggae

relax

relax

relay race

relay race

reservation

reservation

Resort Hotel

Resort Hotel

restaurant restaurant

restore

restore

Rhapsody Rhapsody

riddle riddle

road trip

road trip

rock climbing rock climbing

rock music

rock music

rollerskating

rollerskating

roller coaster roller coaster

romance romance

romantic comedy

romantic comedy

room

room

room key

room key

room number room number

room service room service

rowing rowing

rugby rugby

rumba rumba

run-run

running

running

sailing

sailing

salsa salsa

samba

samba

sand sand

saxophone saxophone

science fiction

science fiction

score

score

you

script script

scuba diving scuba diving

sculpture sculpture

see

see

see shell c shell

seesaw seesaw

serenade serenade

sewing sewing

ship

ship

shoot shoot

shoot shoot

sharp sharp

shopping

shopping

short story short story

show show

shrine

shrine

sing-sing

singer singer

sitcom sitcom

skateboard skateboard

key key

skiing

skydiving skydiving

sleep sleep

sleeping bag sleeping bag

slide slide

smartphone

smartphone

smoke

smoke

snorkeling snorkeling

snowball fight

snowball fight

snowboard snowboard

soap opera

soap opera

sucker

sucker

social media social media

soda

soda

softball softball

spend time with family spend time with

family

sports sports

sports program sports program

squash squash

Stadium

Stadium

staged

staged

star

star

Station

Station

statue statue

store

store

subtitles subtitles

suitcase

suitcase

sunbathe sunbathe

surfing

surfing

suspense suspense

swim

swim

swimming swimming

[Music]

swing swing

symphonie a long and complex sonata for

Symphony Orchestra

symphonie a long and complex sonata for

Symphony Orchestra

synagogue synagogue

synchronized swimming synchronized

swimming

table football table football

tablet tablet

Taekwondo

Taekwondo

you

Tai Chi Tai Chi

talk-show

talk-show

tango tango

taxi taxi

taxidermy taxidermy

team team

[Music]

temple temple

tennis tennis

tent tent

tequila tequila

text text

theater theater

theme park theme park

thriller

thriller

ticket

ticket

tightrope walking tightrope walking

tor

tor

tour bus tour bus

tourists tourists

tourist attraction tourist attraction

Tournament

Tournament

Tower

Tower

toy

toy

track-and-field

track-and-field

train train

travel travel

Travel Agency

Travel Agency

travelers check traveler's check

treadmill treadmill

trick-trick

trip

trip

trumpet trumpet

tutor tutor

TV station

TV station

they can see

they can see

vacation vacation

video

video

video games video games

view

view

vinyl record vinyl record

violin

violin

visa visa

visit visit

volleyball volleyball

volunteer

volunteer

wawk wawk

walking walking

waltz waltz

watch watch

water polo water polo

waterfall waterfall

waterskiing waterskiing

weight training weight training

Western

Western

whiskey

whiskey

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

Wimbledon championship tournament

Wimbledon championship tournament

win-win

wine

wine

winner

[Music]

winner

you

winter Olympics Winter Olympics

wood carving wood carving

work out

work out

World Cup World Cup

wrestling wrestling

right

right

yacht yacht

Yoga

Yoga

yo yo yo yo

zoo zoo

Zumba

Zumba

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