English Lessons

English Lesson: I'm willing to help you out, but you've got to put forth a little more effort.
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You're a teacher. One of your students is failing the class. You're talking to her about her grades. You say this.

English Lesson: Someone should tell those guys that the baggy pants look is totally out of style.
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You're walking around your neighborhood with a friend. You notice a group of guys wearing big, baggy jeans. That used to be fashionable several years ago, but you don't think it's cool anymore. You make a comment about it to your friend.

English Lesson: We've got to find a viable alternative to fossil fuels.
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You're discussing social issues with a couple of friends. One issue that's important to you is the environment. You think it's important for your country to develop "green" energy, so you say this.

English Lesson: Let's not jump to conclusions.
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You're on vacation with your wife. Your wife can't find her earrings. She thinks that they might have been stolen by the cleaning staff. You don't want to accuse anyone of stealing until you're sure that the earrings are gone, so you say this.

English Lesson: Wow, these newer models are pretty fuel-efficient, aren't they?
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You're shopping for a new car. You haven't bought a car in many years. When you're looking at the specifications for the cars, you notice that they use a lot less gas than cars that you've owned in the past. You comment on it to the car salesman.