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Word pool 3(nouns)
Do you like eating bread or sandwich with crusts or do you prefer to be cut off?
Yes, I like eating bread or sandwich with crusts.
Do you pound your fist on the walls or tables when you get angry?
No, I don’t pound my fist on the walls or tables when I get angry.
Do you like the job of a solicitor?
No, I don’t like the job of a solicitor?
Because it’s challenging for me.
What is forgery?
Forgery is the crime of falsely making or copying a document in order to deceive people.
Where is an airplane take off or land?
An airplane takes off or lands on the runway.
Did Napoleon achieve great triumphs in several battles in history?
Yes, Napoleon achieved great triumphs in several battles in history.
Which area in your town is covered with a white vegetation?
Urban area is an area in my town which is covered with a white vegetation.
What we call the things we used for dining?
We call the things we used for dining crockery.
Do you like eating mustard?
Yes, I like eating mustard.
What does a Carpenter do?
A carpenter makes or fixes wooden objects or wooden parts of something.
Do you usually wear a vest?
No, I don’t usually wear a vest.
Have you ever had a tuition in any languages?
Yes, I’ve had a tuition in some languages.
It is an English.
What’s a cord?
A cord is a long thin material that is usually thicker than a string but thinner than a rope and we use it to tie things.
What’s a fluff?
A fluff is small balls or pieces of thread fiber or dust or soft fur or feathers.
When the people usually feel awe?
People usually feel awe when they are surprised about something, when they fear something or when they admire someone or something.
文法事項:Common prefixes(3) 接頭辞
文法事項:Common prefixes(2) 接頭辞の続きです。（参照Lesson177）
接頭辞は、通常、単語の意味を変更するために単語の先頭に追加する文字のグループ。”pro-“(meaning for or supporting), “anti-“(meaning against or opposed to), “dis-“(meaning reverse or opposite of), “semi-“(meaning partly or half)
用語解説：mumble と mutter （つぶやく）
It’d be foolish to keep a plant pot on a narrow ledge outside a window because it might fell off and hit the passers.
It’d be foolish to keep a plant pot on a narrow ledge outside a window because it could easily fall off in windy weather.
I’d say a crossroads was safer than a roundabout.
I’d say a roundabout was a safer type of junction than a crossroads.
Because Japanese people are not used to have a roundabout.
Because vehicles are less likely to crush into one another at high speed on a roundabout.
Yes, I have a favourite haunt where I tend to hang out with my friends.
A bar in my flat next to the river.
この他はこの建物を出て左に曲がってずっと行くとどこに行き着くか？の質問に『the sea』オーディオ『the town center』。今まで訪問した場所で一番息をのむようなのは『Scotland』とオーディオが回答していました。