I’m sorry

Sorry  I’m so s-… I’m very s-… S- about that.  S-, I’m late! I’m s- if… Pardon me… I’m awfully s-… I apologize for… Please forgive me. S-. It was my fault… I’m terribly s-… I beg your pardon. S-, it’s my fault. How careless of me…  I beg your …

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call

Synonyms call  (shout something loudly to attract attention): Stop calling me so loud. shout (say something very loud): His warning shout came too late. cry (call out loudly, scream): Soon she run downstairs and cried for help. exclaim (shout with strong emotion): ‘You can’t do that!’ he exclaimed angrily. blurt …

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Animal idioms (4)

idioms animal 4  a bee in bonnet (to keep talking about a subject): She got a bee in her bonnet about the wedding until now. a big fish (an important or powerful person): Daniel is indeed a big fish in the world of politics. a can of worms (a complicated …

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Phrasal verbs with work (2)

Phrasal verbs work 2  He will work on the boss to give us a day off. I need to work on my pronunciation. Let’s me work out the cost of the vacation. I work out at the local gym twice a week. Things also didn’t work out the way we …

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Commonly confused words (d-2)

damp vs dump  damp (slightly wet): My hair is still damp from the shower. I am wiping the table with a damp cloth. dump (put down carelessly): She came home and then dumped her bag on the floor. I want to make a deal with you. Basil, mint and dill are all herbs. …

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