English Lessons

English Lesson: We're down to only 3 people now.

Your company has been having trouble. Most of the people in your department have been laid off, and now it's just you, your boss, and one other employee. You're telling a friend about this situation.

English Lesson: Ladies and gentlemen, we're experiencing some turbulence. Please return to your seats and fasten your seatbelts.

You're on an airplane. The plane is shaking a little bit. The captain makes this announcement to all of the passengers.

English Lesson: Remember guys: there's no 'I' in 'team'.

You coach a high school basketball team. Some of the players don't want to pass the ball to each other because they want to be the ones to score points. You're giving a speech to tell them to pass more often, and you say this at the end.

English Lesson: Uhh... I'm blanking on her name.

You're talking to the mother of one of the other children at your child's daycare. You want to tell her something about the head teacher at the daycare, but you can't remember the head teacher's name.

English Lesson: I love that dry, deadpan style of humor he has.

You like watching a certain late-night TV talk show. You're telling a friend why you like that show. This is how you describe the host.

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