English Lessons

English Lesson: The sun is many times larger than all of the planets in the solar system put together.

You're a teacher in an elementary school. You're teaching your class about the planets and the sun. You explain the size of the sun.

English Lesson: Just thinking about how enormous it all is... it blows my mind!

You and a friend get into a conversation about outer space. You start to talk about the size of the universe and how many stars are in it, and you feel amazed by it. You comment on your feeling.

English Lesson: On the other hand, it is in a really good school district.

You and your husband are looking for a house to buy. You just saw a house that's for sale and you're discussing it. Your husband complained that it was a little small, but you point out something good about the house.

English Lesson: Oh yeah, they're loaded.

You're talking with a friend about your boss and her husband. You tell her that the boss goes on a lot of international vacations. Your friend asks if your boss and her husband are rich, and you explain that they are.

English Lesson: Ah, what was the name of that little diner on the corner of 69th and Broadway?

You're telling a story about something that happened while you were eating out with a friend. You can't remember the name of the restaurant, so you ask your partner to help you remember.

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