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Question List of W19

What does "every single of" mean?

Does "heart-shaped face" a common phrase?

What does "case closed" mean here?

What is the meaning of "truck in"?

I don't understand "I could sure use" part. How can I understand this expression?

What is the meaning of "pane"?

If you can call a person with short height a "tiny", then what do you call the person with a tall height?

Does the word "grin" refer to an "evil smile" that has a nasty intention?

What does go for mean? And how do you use it?

I can't understand the expression "it’s just more lies." What does "just more" mean? Is there any word omitted or implied? 🙇🏻‍♀️

What's the difference between "same with" and "same as"?

What does “see the upside “means?

What does "much of" mean here?

Then shouldn't you call it a "drought" instead of "dry monsoon"? Why would you call it "monsoon" despite the fact that there's no rain?

Why would you say "story" instead of "floor"?

How can I tell the difference between sweet and cute? 🤔

What's the difference between "jump" and hop?

Why does the speaker say "faster" not "fast"?

Do "blue" and "yellow" have a plural form?

Please tell me the meaning of "you made the team".

What is a wrist lock? Can I use "lock" to other part of the body?

What does the phrase "don't you..." mean?

When do you use "off to"?

It seems that "where" here is referring to a quote from the previous sentence. But why did she use "where"? Do native speakers think a 'quote' as an abstract place?

Does the music "hip-hop"'s hop have the same meaning as the "hop" in this context?

What is the meaning of "boundless"? Can I think it as "endless" or "infinite"?

What does "from time to time" mean?

What does "grand" mean? In which circumstances can I use it?

What does "disproportionately" mean? Can I replace this with "more likely"?

When can I use the expression "it didn't sound right to me either"? Could you give some example situations?

What does news really mean? Is it a plural word of "new"?

What's the difference between "king" and "emperor"?

What does "bring in" mean?

Can I replace "80-hour weeks" to "80 hours a week"?

What does "fondly" mean? and what are the synonyms in this case?

I don't get why "some" was used before "fresh air."

Is "pack heavy" the opposite expression for "pack light"?

What are "friendish", "friendoid"?

What does "mix up" mean? How can I use this?

I could often see the word "bot" online like "Reddit", "Twitter" or even games. I know the bot in this context is simply a name, but what does "bot" really mean?

What does "dear" mean here? And is this general expression??

When can I use "yap"?

I don't know when to say "Britain", "England", and "United Kingdom".

What would be the main difference between "town" and "village"? Are they always interchangeable?

What does "centuries-old" mean?

Just curiosity, but does "Jack" and "John" are the same name? Because I heard some people call JFK to Jack Kennedy instead of John.

What does "don't you dare" mean?

What does "in public" mean?

What does "fine with" mean? And can I replace "fine" with "okay"?

Is "cams" a short form of "camera"?

When can I use the word "boom"? Can I use this only when something shows growth for a short amount of time?

What does "roll out" mean?

What kind of expression is "right there"?

What does "dent" mean?

Why did she say "lights out" not "lights off"?

What does "stop by" mean?

So, can I use the word "wave" for both "greeting" and "expel" people?


Are "I'm gonna be gone" and "I'm gonna go" mean the same thing?

What would be good alternatives can I use instead of "good luck"?

If I put "quite" after "a" like "She's a quite girl", does the meaning stay the same?

What's the difference between "path", "road" and "route"?

What does "so that" mean?

What exactly "decide" mean here? Does it mean "choose something" in here?

What is the meaning of "turn" in this situation?

Is it possible to count "Mississippi"? and why are these nouns spoken in singular form?

Does the word "sit" in this context has the same meaning as "settle"?

What does "just" mean here?

Can I use "field" instead of "patch"?

What does "saving" mean here?

Can I put "into" after "good men"? Why did he skip "into" in this sentence?

Can I say "Let's go" instead of "Let's roll"?

What does "copy that" mean? Can I use it in a daily conversation?

What does "gauge" mean?

What does "do" mean here and why did "do" come before "you"? Shouldn't it be "not only you do send me pictures"?

What does "your best" mean?

What dose "trip" mean here?

Just curiosity, but does "put one's head on the table" is a common phrase?

What kind of school is a boarding school?

What is Baby Corp? What does "corp" stand for?

What is the meaning of "catch up"?

What is the difference between "later" and "later on"?

What is the meaning of "form" here? What is difference from just saying "wasteful food"?

How come is the word "sound" used twice in one sentence?

What's the difference between "market" and "bazaar"?

What is the meaning and usage of "get this right"?

Why did you shorten the word "something" to "somethin' " in the script? Is there any difference?

I do understand that the word "foxy" means "sly" but doesn't "foxy" normally refers to something that's "sexually attractive"?

Is something skipped before "love to stop and catch up"?

Geez means “my god? “ or sth?

Why does it need “a” before natural? Isn't "natural" adjective?

Can I use the phrase "light up" for the electronics, even though it doesn't literally indicate a fire?

What does "beeped" mean here? Does it refer to the beeping sound? How can I use this expression?

Does the word "flash" in this context have a same meaning as "rage"?

What are the differences between "rack focus to me" and "focus to me" and "tighten on me"?

What does “you made it” mean? How can we use this sentence?

What is the difference between "pass" and "hand"?

In this case, "us" is duplicate in "see us or hear us". Then, can I skip it like "see or hear us"? Does it mean the same?

What does "pretty" mean here? And can I place the word "pretty" anywhere in the sentence?

What is the difference between "inmate" and "prisoner"?

What does "went into" mean here? Can I say "went through" instead?

What does "stress" mean in this sentence?

How can thing (not people) suggest something?

Does the name "Schumacher" is somehow related with "shoemaker"? They sound so similar!

Could you explain me the expression of "meant to be"?

Does the adults also use the word "dude"?

What's the origin of the word "robot"? Does it also originate from Latin or Greek words like many other English words?

What does "here comes something" mean? Can I say "An airplane comes here" or "here airplane comes" instead?

What is the meaning of "when it comes to ~"?

Is "hurray" a word used by children? What does it mean?

I don't understand well about "one hell of a woo". Please let me know the meaning and nuance of it.

Does the "caterpillar wheel" for tanks and tractors are originated from the insect "caterpillar"?

Why did Gru say "go to bed" even though the girls are already in their bed. Wouldn't "go to sleep" be sound more natural?

What is "slug"? Is it different from "punch" or "hit"?

I'm curious about how to use the word "kids" in this sentence.

Can't I just say "I won't ask twice"? Or "I won't ask a second time" sounds more formal?

What does "at" from "at the heart of" mean? Can I say omitting "at" in this case?

What's the difference between "evening" and "night"?

What does it mean to web someone up? Is it a common expression?

What's the difference between "surrogate" and "someone-in-the-law"?

What does "play along" mean?

It seems "I" is skipped at the front, and is it common to skip the subject in English? Or is it because this is lyrics?

If I say "easy" instead of "simple", would it change the nuance of the context?

What are killjoys ?

Is there any difference between "his friend" and "a friend of his"?

What is "whereabouts"?

Party guy? What kind of guy is it?

What is the meaning of "it's safe to say~"? Could you give some more examples?

Is D-day a short form of something?

Why is it "I'm not done" not "I haven't done"?

Does "India" and "Indonesia" are historically related? Why would they both have the name "Indo-"?

Does the name "Detie" a nickname of "Dietrich"? Just like Marlene Dietrich?

What does it mean by "speak one's language" in this context?

Is there any alternative word that can replace "fly" in this context?

Can I use the word "twinkle" other than stars?

Is it okay to write in the order of "balanced more than"?

As a verb, what's the difference between "want" and "wish"? Are they always interchangeable?

Is the word "arousal" used commonly in daily conversation?

Please tell me why "surpass" was used here among the synonyms (over, go beyond, etc.) Is there any special reason for it?

How come two nouns "others" and "something of value" come in a row?

Could you teach me how "go out" became to mean "date someone"?

What does "as" do here?

There are "push" or "press", but why does the speaker use the word "hit"? What is the difference?

What's the expression "speak at the tone"? Doesn't it mean "speak something at the same time with the tone"? How was it translated into "speak after tone"?

What does "hold the horses" mean?

I don't understand "just as much my friend" phrase. Isn't another "as" necessary after "as much"?

What does "sky is falling" mean? Is it an idiom?

Why was "could" used here? Is it okay to use "would" or other auxiliary verbs?

What does "at the end of the day" mean?

What does "spry" mean? Is it used often?

How come "going to be sick" became a meaning of "going to puke"? For me, it feels like "someone has bad condition."

I haven't read the novel about "Heidi", but is Heidi an orphan?

Could you give me some situation that I can use "in terms of"?

What does "would" mean here and why was "would" used here? It seems to make sense by saying "I want her to know~"

Why would you put a comma after every three digits?

What does "Aye" mean?

Is a cow the only stock that can produce milk?

Why is it "is to be married", not "is going to marry"?

Why can't they see boss baby?

What does "freaking" mean here?

What does "Nada" mean?

Isn't it right to say "didn't you" not "did we" considering the meaning? I'm curious why he used positive which is "did" and "we" (but it seems like asking to Ron alone).

What does "someone's in a family way" mean? Shouldn't it be "in the family" here?

What is "pollen"?

Does the sale in this context refer to just selling? Or selling at the discount price?

Why isn’t “week” but “weeks”?

I suppose the word rookie is for those who are inexperienced. Then what do you call people with much experience?

What's the meaning of "defiance"?

I think "forever" already means something that is continuous, but "forevermore" has stronger meaning?

In what situation is “itself" used which is coming right after the subject?

How do you use “ go through a phase”?

What does "winky" mean here?

What does "set someone up" mean here?

Is "nope" a casual way of speaking "no"?

What is the different between “tell” and “say”?

What does "stuff" mean here? Can I take this sentence as "there's something you don't know"?

What does "speed round" mean?

I don't understand the structure of the sentence, could you please explain? 😥

Please tell me when can I use the expression "it's a shame".

What does "pad" originally mean?

What's the main difference between "sound" and "noise"? Does "noise" refers to something more unpleasant?

What's "chillaxing"?

What does "Long as" mean here?

Can I also use a word "nickname" to non-person thing?

What does "grazed" mean? and what are the similar expressions of "graze"?

Does "staple" have the same meaning as "product"?

When do you often use the term turbo-huge?

"Lots of other skills" looks like object to me, but it is located at the front of the sentence. Is there any reason the speaker used like that?

Can I use "make" instead of "send" here?

Doesn't "anti-" refer to "opposed to something"? How come "anti + trust" refers to "anti + monopoly"?

I thought "get open" mean "to open something", but what does it mean here?

What does "wash away" mean? Does it have the same meaning as "wiped out"?

What does "mid-stir" mean? Can I replace "mid-" with "half-"?

What does "it sure is" mean? and shouldn't it be "It is sure"? How's the nuance different?

What is "cabbage patch"?

What does 'come out' phrase refer to?

What does it mean to overwork something?

I assume that "commander" is related to the word "command". Then, does "commando" is also related to these words as well?

Does "will not" sound softer than "must not"? If he was going to tell them to not to do something, shouldn't he supposed to use "must not"?

Can I say "moan" instead of "groan" in this context? If not, what would be the main difference between them?

How can I use the word "deserve"?

What's "though" here?

Does the word "monster" means something "extreme"? If so, could you show me some examples?

Can I omit "over" and just say "look there"?

What does "gentleman" mean here? I thought it is only used in formal situation.

Why "the" was used before "rain"?

When can I use the phrase "run into"?

What does "big ole" mean?

What does "totes" mean here?

What's the difference between "trait" and "characteristic"?

I think there should be one more "as" phrase to make it comparative, so I think "as it comes now" is omitted somehow. Is the phrase "as it comes now" omitted somewhere?

Are "no", "nope", "nada" similar? How can I use them?

Can I use "have in common" to 'things'?

What's the nuance of "the idea" here? Would "I've always loved summer and Sun" without "the idea" make the same sentence?

Can I use the word "gasp" in a formal situation?

What is the difference between "assignment" and "homework"?

What is Winnebago?

Can I say "mad for [something] instead of "mad about [something]"?

What's the difference between "freak" and "strange"?

Can I replace "pick" with "choose"?

Does the word "magical" refer to something miraculous?

Why do you put "the" in front of "move"? Should I always put "the" when I say this expression?

Does the word "monsoon" only refers to the rainy season in the South-East Asian region? Or can I use it for other countries as well?

What does "hurts to [something]" mean?

What does "live up" mean here? What are the synonyms?

What is the difference between putting "the" and not putting "the" to "fairy princess" here?

What's "be-ith"?

What does "roll over" mean?

Can I use "attractive" instead of "alluring"? What's the difference?

Why was "all" placed there?

Is "out" necessary in "test out"? What is different between just "test" and "test out"?

In what else situation can I use the expression "get the green light"?

What does "dabble in something" mean?

How's it different between "going to be spending" and "going to spend"? I don't see the differences between "going to be -ing" and "going + to-infinitive"

Why did she use "homey" instead of "home"? Can I use "home" instead?

What does "take it out of someone" mean?

What is the meaning of "pet peeves"?

Whenever I read American comics, I could often see lines written with "italic", "boldface type" or "quotations". What's the purpose of it?

What does it mean to "get a gimmick"?

What does "even" mean here? How can you I use "even" like this?

What does "one" from "I was the one" mean?

Is "full-screen" used as a verb here? I thought only the verb can come after "let's".

Is "dig in" different from "eat in"?

What does "something" mean here? and how can I use this?

I don't understand why it is funny. Why is the fact that Hiddlestoners get Hiddlestoners funny?

Can I use “sometime” instead of the “time to time”?

What does "deal" mean here?

Is "so" commonly used to emphasis things? What's the other expression of "so" in this case?

Did Gru say "never get older" because of Agnes' innocence?

What does "render" mean? and how do you use this word in other contexts?

Can I replace "if I'm being honest" to "to be honest" in any case? Which expression is more common?

What does "pre-vetted place" mean here?

I suppose the phrase "run after" refers to those who're chasing. Then, which expression can you use when someone is "being chased" by others?

When do you use "here we go"?

Can I say "and" instead of "or"? (see us and hear us)

Could you explain when do you put "then" in the end of the sentence? And what does it mean?

What does "delivery" mean here?

Generally, does the word "stop" can replace the "station"? Or is it simply called "last stop", because it's the final destination?

What's the difference between "tool" and "equipment"?

What does "you want a piece" mean here? Does it mean to fight?

What does "than" mean from the phrase "other than that"?

I don't understand her intention of saying this sentence. Could you please explain?

What does "be down to party" mean?

Is there any differences in nuance or meaning between "buddy" and "buddy boys"?

What does "part Jewish" mean? Is it different from "I'm Jewish"?

What is the difference between "varies from A to A" and "varies by A"?

Why did he put "the" in front of tomatoes? And shouldn't I put "the" in front of "lettuce" and "cucumber" as well"?

Why would they measure the amount of rainfall with "millimeter"?

Is his name "Cocky" because he is arrogant?

What's the meaning of : and how to use : ?

Can I replace "cheesy" to "cheap"? Are there any differences in meaning?

What does "cover Connecticut" mean here?


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    Sam Bird


    15년 경력의 전직 영어 강사로서 말씀드리건대 가히 최고의 리스닝 앱입니다


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