English Lessons

English Lesson: Actually, can I get plastic instead?
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You're checking out a supermarket. The cashier starts putting your groceries in a paper bag. You'd rather have your groceries in a plastic bag instead. You quickly say this.

English Lesson: You could cause permanent damage to your ears, you know.
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Your teenage son is listening to music on his earphones with the volume really high. You can hear it from across the room. You say this to get him to turn the music down because you're worried it will hurt his ears.

English Lesson: He's going through a little rebellious phase.
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You're talking to a friend about your teenage son. In the past few months, your son has been starting to listen to loud and aggressive music. He wears dark clothes and acts angry a lot. But you're not too worried because you think it's normal for ...

English Lesson: The only thing about fish is that it's so hard to get rid of the odor.
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Your wife cooked some fish for dinner. It was good, but now you're trying to clean the dishes. You've tried to wash away the smell of the fish. You say this because the smell is still there.

English Lesson: That's unlike him. He's usually so clean-cut.
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Your coworker came to work looking really scruffy. His hair is messed up, his clothes are wrinkled, etc. He doesn't usually look this way, so you're worried about him. When someone comments on how he looks, you say this.