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Advanced English – Learn Over 400 Phrasal Verbs

Kamil Pakula, Python developer, linguist

Advanced English – Learn Over 400 Phrasal Verbs

Kamil Pakula, Python developer, linguist

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59 Lessons (7h 37m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:27
    • 2. Frieda Looks Forward to a Road Trip

      3:54
    • 3. Frieda and Borg Set Off on Their Trip

      5:21
    • 4. Frieda Takes Over the Steering Wheel

      6:43
    • 5. Frieda and Borg Zoom Off to Light City

      7:05
    • 6. Frieda Almost Brings About an Accident

      7:27
    • 7. Borg Doesn’t Let Frieda Clear Out

      6:21
    • 8. Borg Refuses to Break Into the Other Car

      6:52
    • 9. It’s Hard to Make Out What’s Going On

      6:09
    • 10. Frieda and Borg Pick Up Their Children

      7:24
    • 11. Running Out of Gas

      8:45
    • 12. A Man Waves Down the Car

      6:42
    • 13. The Doctor Gets Back His Vehicle

      9:33
    • 14. Frieda Scares Away the Autonomous Vehicle

      7:14
    • 15. The View of Light City Perks Everybody Up

      4:10
    • 16. Section 1 Revision

      10:22
    • 17. Uncle Flack Is Not In

      7:47
    • 18. Terrorists Hold Up the Bank

      9:06
    • 19. Gearing Up For the Trial

      6:05
    • 20. Does Aunt Jamla Abide By the Law?

      5:25
    • 21. Borg Stands Up For His Auntie

      7:24
    • 22. Aunt Jamla Talks Back

      10:03
    • 23. The Jury Brings In the Verdict

      7:10
    • 24. Crime Runs in Their Blood

      9:54
    • 25. Cooped Up Behind Bars

      7:51
    • 26. Things Start To Look Up

      9:05
    • 27. Section 2 Revision

      9:19
    • 28. The Caverns Put the Children Off

      9:27
    • 29. Someone Put On the Light Please!

      8:09
    • 30. Time To Get Down To Work

      7:59
    • 31. Hard Work Wears Them out

      8:11
    • 32. Bree Eavesdrops On Aunt Jamla

      9:16
    • 33. Is Aunt Jamla After Money?

      7:18
    • 34. Aunt Jamla Is Not Backing Away

      8:34
    • 35. They Ponder Over What To Do

      8:38
    • 36. Borg And His Family Long For Fresh Air

      6:18
    • 37. Aunt Jamla Knows More Than She Lets On

      6:14
    • 38. Aunt Jamla Wants to Hand Her Family Over To Some Men

      7:38
    • 39. The Proposal That Aunt Jamla Put Forward

      6:05
    • 40. Section 3 Revision

      11:28
    • 41. Time To Set Up Camp

      5:27
    • 42. How Uncle Flack Picked Up His Wife

      9:05
    • 43. Uncle Flack Takes Up His Story

      10:56
    • 44. No Need To Check In, No Need To Check Out

      8:36
    • 45. Something Must Have Come Up

      7:34
    • 46. Wading Through Water

      6:58
    • 47. Carry On, Uncle Flack

      8:47
    • 48. Nothing Good to Stave Off Hunger

      7:57
    • 49. Uncle Flack Lets Borg In On A Secret

      7:51
    • 50. Borg Gets Bogged Down

      7:37
    • 51. Flack Enlarges On Gron’s Story

      7:54
    • 52. Scared Into Hiding

      9:00
    • 53. What Flack and Jamla’s Marriage Boils Down To

      7:30
    • 54. Let’s Talk It Over

      8:50
    • 55. Families Should Stick Together

      10:14
    • 56. Hunted Down

      7:04
    • 57. The Doctor Is Totally Thrown Off

      5:19
    • 58. Section 4 Revision

      19:34
    • 59. Goodbye

      1:10
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If you’re thinking about taking this course, I assume you can speak English pretty well. But to sound more like a native you should add some phrasal verbs to your repertoire. These are constructions that are used a lot in everyday language and in many cases they are hard or even impossible to literally translate into your language. 

Speak More Like a Native – Use Phrasal Verbs 

  • funny characters and adventures
  • real-life examples in real-life situations
  • exercises (with key) to practice what you learned in each lecture
  • lecture scripts
  • all lectures in pdf format to download
  • verb lists with examples: by lecture, by verb, by particle and in alphabetical order

 Have Fun Learning Phrasal Verbs

Learning phrasal verbs doesn’t really sound like much fun, does it? But still, it can be fun and I hope it will be fun with my course because the course is a story that consists of four parts, set in different places and with funny characters. It’s a visual course with dialogs and you will see all the phrasal verbs in natural contexts.

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Kamil Pakula

Python developer, linguist

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I studied linguistics and computer science. I have an MA degree in linguistics and I'm also an IT engineer. Since 1999 I've been working as a teacher. I teach languages and programming. For the last couple years I've been working as a Python developer as well. I teach 6-year-olds, high school and university students and adults. I deliver live and online courses. I love this job.

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1. Introduction: crazy verse in English. At Fraser, verb is the combining of two or three words from different grammatical categories. Adverb and a particle such as an adverb or a proposition to form a single cement, a unit on the lexical or syntactic level. This definition counts from these sores. In this course, you will learn about 440 phrase overs. A small number of them are not Fraser verb, strictly speaking, but they play a similar role. However, the vast majority of them are Fraser verbs. The course is like an adventure book. It all starts with car found by one of the main characters, and then the adventures began. The verbs are used in real life conversations. The meanings are clearly explained. An example ified have a good time learning phrase of herbs. 2. Frieda Looks Forward to a Road Trip: now, literally dot What? I found a car. Where did you find it? Oh, it was parked near our house. Let's try it out. How about the trip? Yeah, sure, But we have to put it off until tomorrow. I'm tired. I think I just turn in. Sure. Board. I'm looking forward to our trip. Me too. You have the two first characters Frida and her husband board. Now here are some examples of Fraser verbs. They are in red. Let's try it out. Try out. Try out something means use something in order to see if it works or it was successful. Yeah, sure. I don't have to put it off until tomorrow. Put off means postpone. I'm tired. I think I just turn in. Turning means go too bad. Show board. I'm looking forward to our trade. Look forward to something. Means expect something with pleasure. And now let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs one by one. Let's start with Try out. Let's try it out. How about a trip? Freed us as try out something means use something in order to see if it works will be successful. Some examples You should always try out a new car before you buy it. We wanted to try out another solution. This is a new model. Let's try it out. The next verb is put off. Yeah, sure, But would have to put it off until tomorrow. Bork's ass. Gadhafi means postpone. The conference has been put off until next month. Why don't you just do it? You keep putting it off. Don't put off until tomorrow. What you can do today is that proverb. The next phrase of her is turning. I'm tired. I think I just turn in works ass. Her name means go. Too bad. Some examples. Let's talk about it in the morning. It's time to turn in. I didn't manage to talk to him because when I arrived, he had already turn in. Look forward to sure board. I'm looking forward to our trip. Look forward to something. Means expects something with pleasure. Some examples. We're looking forward to our vacation. There seemed to be nothing to look forward to when she lost her husband, looking forward to hearing from you again now. But he already knew all these four phrase avers. Let's have a look at the first dialogue again now Look. Freed at what? I found a car. Where did you find it? Oh, it was park near our house. Let's try it out. How about a trip? Yeah, sure, But we'll have to put it off until tomorrow. I'm tired. I think I just turn in. Sure. Board. I'm looking forward to our trip. Me too. 3. Frieda and Borg Set Off on Their Trip: next morning at dawn. There's one thing. If you see arrows like here. This means that all the text bottles to age days Arab points are sad by the person the arrow starts at. So this is all the text of board and this is all the tax of freedom. And now let's get started. Shop over Frida. There's enough room for both of us. Enough talking board. Turn on the ignition and that's move it. Not so fast, Frieda. They didn't you forget something? Forget something? No, I don't think so. Well, before we said Alvin, our trip, there are still a couple of things he should take. Care off. Like what? Like putting on your seat belt, for example. Yeah, you're right. Done. Now get moving. Board. You have some phrase of herbs. Chef over, Frieda, Shove over. Means moved to make room for someone else. Turn on the ignition. Turn on. Means cost something to work by pressing a button. Moving a switch, etcetera. Let's move it. Move. It means start moving or going quickly. Well, before we set off on our trip said off means, begin traveling like putting on your seat belt. Put on the seatbelt means fasten the seatbelt and now get moving. Board. Get moving means Todd living or going quickly. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs. One by one. Shove over. Shove over Frida. There's enough room for both of us. Shot over means moved to make room for someone else. Some examples shut over so that I can sit next to you. Oh, come on. We're occupying two seeds and I have to be standing. Just have over. Let me have turned on enough talking board. Turn on the ignition and that's move it. Turn on means cost something to work by pressing a button moving a switch at Satya Ra. Some examples don't turn on the radio. I like the peace and quiet here. It's cold. Turn on the heat, turn on the lights. You can see anything next. We have the expression. Move it its in the phrase of herbs, strictly speaking, but it plays a similar role. Enough talking board turned on the ignition and let's move it. Move. It means Todd moving or going quickly. Some examples. You'd better move it if you want to catch the train. I don't want to be laid for the show. Move it. Let me have set off well before we set off on our trip. There is still a couple of things you should take care off. Sedov means. Begin traveling some examples. It's time to set out for home. They set off three hours earlier than planned. We just set off on a long voyage across the sea. Put on like putting on your seat belt, for example. Put on the seatbelt means fasten the seatbelt. Passengers must put down their seatbelts. Is it obligatory to put on your seatbelt when driving in the city centre? And then you have the expression getting moving, which, strictly speaking, is not a phrase a verb, either. Yeah, you're right. Done. And now get moving Board. Get moving. Means start moving or going quickly. Some examples. Come on, let's get moving. The movie starts in 20 minutes. Do you give me like that? Your wife is waiting for you and she's angry. You'd better get moving. And now we know all the phrase of herbs from these lecture. Let's have a look at the dialogue again. Shop over Frida. There's enough room for both of us. enough talking board. Turn on the ignition and let's move it. Not so fast. Frieda. Didn't you forget something? Forget something? No, I don't think so. Well, before we set off on our trip, there are still a couple of things you should take. Care f. Like what? Like putting on your seat belt, for example? Yeah, you're right. Done. And now get moving Board. 4. Frieda Takes Over the Steering Wheel: Now Borg is driving free. I sitting on the right. So this is what Frida Sass. And this is what? Borg Sas. Come on board. Why are you dragging our journey out like that? Just step on the gas. No. Get out, Frida. That Stop telling me what to do. Who's the driver? You're right. It's up to the driver. How fast one drives Pull over them. Why? Why does that matter? I'm taking over the steering wheel Placed up the car. You're freaking out again, Frida. No problem. You can drive everyone to Do you even know where we going? Light city. We're heading for light City. Now you have some phrase overs. Come on, board. Come on. This is used in speech to ask or hurt someone to do something. What, are you dragging our journey out like that, Greg? Out means cost Something to take more time than necessary. Just step on the gas. Step on the gas means drive faster. No! Get out! Frieda, Knock something off me and stop doing something. You're right. It's up to the driver. How fast one drives be up to. Someone is used to say who is responsible for making a choice or decision. Pull over them. Pull over means to one's vehicle to the side of the road. I'm taking over the steering wheel. Take something or means gain control over something. You're freaking out again, Frieda. Freaking out means become very upset. Light city. You're heading for light. City had four. It means go to. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs one by one. Come on. Come on, board. Worry. Dragging our journey out like that. Just step on. The gas command is used in speech to ask Earth someone to do something. Some examples. Come on, let's do it. You want to stay home? Come on. The weather is beautiful out there. Oh, come on. It isn't that difficult. Then he had a drag out. Come on board. Why are you dragging our journey out like that? Just tell on the gas, Greg. Out means cost something to take more time than necessary. Some examples. He dragged out his speech so long that most people just left the room. They dragged the movie out much too long. It should be at least one hour shorter. Stefan, come on board. Where are you dragging our journey out like that? Just step on the gas. Step on the gas means drive faster. The police obviously was stepped on the gas, but the criminals just had a faster car. It's light step on the gas or they close this tour even before we arrive. No, Goff Nugget Alfreda, Just stop telling me what to do. Who is the driver? Knock something off means stop doing something. Some examples. My boss. Let us not off work early today so that we can all see the soccer game. Look off your singing right now. I can listen to it. It hurts the up to You're right. It's after the driver. How fast one drives put over them. The actor. Something is used to say Who is responsible for making a choice or decision? Some examples. It's entirely up to you what you choose to do. I would give it to you for free, but you know is not up to me. It's up to you what you want to be when you graduate. Pull over. You're right. It's up to the driver. How fast one drives pull over, then pull over means to one's vehicle to the side of the road. Let's pull over and stretch our legs a little. The police officer told him to pull over. She pulled the car over to ask some on the way. Take over. I'm taking over this steering wheel. Please stop the car. Take something over. Means gained control over something. Some examples. They want to take over the company. Then I lose my job. For sure, we can add them. Take over the government and they do. Did it ruin the country? Freak out. You're freaking out again. Frieda. No problem. You contracted to 12 Freak out means become very upset. He freaked out when they told him he would be fired. He really freaked out when he sighs, Daughter kissing that guy in the pork had four light city You're heading for light City Had four means go to I thought we were heading for New York, but it's in the opposite direction. I think Let's had for our destination Now that you already know all these favors. Let's read the Dalek again. Come on board. Why are you dragging our journey out like that? Just step on the gas. No! Get out! Frida, Their step telling me what to do. Who's the driver? You're right. It's after the driver. How fast one drives Pull over them. Why was the matter? I'm taking over the steering wheel. Please stop the car. You're freaking out again, Frida. No problem. You can drive the 12 Do you even know where we're going? Light city. We're heading for White City. 5. Frieda and Borg Zoom Off to Light City: Frida took the wheel and they assumed after light city, or so they thought. Now Frieda is behind the steering wheel on the left. And this is what she says and board is now sitting on the right, and this is what he says. Frida. Yes, honey? I'm just trying to plug up the car to tell you something. What is it, dear? I don't want to set it off, but I think we forgot something. Actually, I also have these feeling, but it can't figure out what? I don't want you to go into hysterics, but if we got to take the Children Oh, no. How could you forget the kids? We must turn back immediately. Okay, count down. We turn back. Just try to pull yourself together. Some interesting phrase of herbs productive the wheel and the zoomed off till I city zoom off. Means moved quickly to a place. I'm just trying to pluck up the courage to tell you something. Pluck up the courage or pluck up courage Means become brave enough to do something I don't want to set you off. Said someone off means caused someone to suddenly start yelling, crying, laughing at Saturn Actually, I also have this feeling, but it can figure out what figure out these find the reason for something by thinking I don't want you to go into hysterics. Go into hysterics. Means become very upset. You must turn back immediately. Turn back things. Move in the opposite direction in order to return to your place. Okay, come down, came down. Means become less upset. Just try to put yourself together, pull ourselves together. It means control on his emotions after being upset. And now that's how they get all these. Fraser's one by one, zoom off. Friedek took the wheel and the zoomed off to light City, or so they saw sumac. Means moved quickly to replace some examples. They assumed off as if they were running away from someone. His him after Boston. And that's always said of him. Do they have plugged up? I'm just trying to pluck up the courage to tell you something. The expression. Pluck up the courage or pluck up courage means become brave enough to do something. Some examples. You never pluck out the courage to invite her to dinner, will you? I finally plucked up the courage to tell him the truth about his father's past set off. I don't want to said you off, but I think we forgot something, said someone. Off means custom and to suddenly start yelling, crying, laughing, etcetera. Some examples. Look at her. She's freaking out. I wonder what's header off the news of his sister's accident setting off? He yelled like, Crazy! Figure out! Actually, I also have this feeling, but it can't figure out what figure out means. Find the reason for something by thinking some examples. Let me think. I want to figure out a better solution to this problem. How did she do that? No, I was able to figure out and trying to figure out why you sat so go into. I don't want you to go into hysterics, but it forgot to take the Children go into hysterics. Means become very upset. She went into hysterics when her little daughter disappeared. When you tell her the truth should probably go into his Terrence turn back. Oh no. How could you forget the kids? We must turn back immediately. Turn bad means move in the opposite direction in order to return their place. Some examples it's never too late turn back. Better late than never. Once you reach the event horizon of the black hole, there's no turning back. Police turn back to the beginning of the book and read it again. Came down. Okay, Come down. We turned back. Just try to put yourself together. Come down. Means become. There's upset. Some examples. It took us a little while to come down, but now we can talk about it. Oh, please calm down. I'm not going to listen to this if you don't stop yelling in May, she took some pills to come down, but these made things even worse. Pull together. Okay, Come down. Returned back. Just try to pull yourself together. Pull himself together. Means control ones Emotions after being upset. Some examples. Yeah, sure, we can talk about it. But first, pull yourself together. She was upset, so we told her to pull herself together. And this was what made a really furious. We're not going to discuss your difficult situation until you pull yourselves together. And now that you know all the phrase of herbs with this lecture, let's have a look at these again. Frida took the wheel and they zoomed off to light city. Or so they thought. Frida. Yes, honey? I'm just trying to plug up the car. We should tell you something. What is it, dear? I don't want to send you off, but I think you forgot something. Actually, I also have this feeling, but I can't figure out why. I don't want you to go into hysterics. But if we got to take the Children Oh, no. How could you forget? The kids must turn back immediately. Okay, Come down. Return back. Just talk to put yourself together. 6. Frieda Almost Brings About an Accident: Watch out. What are you doing? Frieda, You didn't even slow down when you were turning around. There's no time to lose. Yeah, but the just cut that guy off, he had to slam on the brakes. Yes, I know they could have brought about an accident, but fortunately, he only went into SK. No big deal, no big deal. You could have killed us in that guy. I'm sure he's taken down our license number. And now you're telling us to the police. I think you're playing it up. Nothing happened after all. Now some interesting phrase avers Watch out Which arm means Be careful what very doing. Frieda, you didn't even slow down when you were turning around. Slow down. This means become slower. Turn around. Means cost vagal to move in the opposite direction. Yeah, we just cut that guy off. Cut off means Dr in front of someone in a sudden and dangerous way, he had to send on the brakes. Slam on the brakes. Means press down hard on the brakes of the car to make it stop suddenly. Yes, I know I could have brought about an accident. Bring about means cause, but fortunately, he only went into s kid, go into his kid. Mean start sliding on the road in an uncontrolled way. You could have killed us. And that guy, I'm sure, is taken down our license number. Take down means right. And now he's telling us to the police. Telling someone means tell someone in authority about the bad behavior of someone. I think you play it up. Play up means exaggerate and electronic at all. These Fraser's one by one. Watch out! Watch out! What are you doing, Frieda, You didn't even slow down when you were turning around. Which odd means Be careful. Some examples which out? There's a bear behind you. You'd better watch out. This road is dangerous. Slow down. Which out? What are you doing? Frieda, You didn't even slow down when you were turning around. Slow down. Means become slower. Some examples moving too fast. Slow down. The planets crashed and they slow them down significantly. She was talking really fast. I had to ask her to slow down because they couldn't understand what she was saying. Turn around. Which out would already doing? Frieda, you didn't even slow down when you were turning around. turn around means cost the vehicle to move in the opposite direction. She turned around when she saw the police officer. The route seemed to take us. Know our we had to turn around, cut off. Yeah, but he just can't that guy off. He had to slam on the brakes. Cut off means Dr in front of someone in a sudden and dangerous way. Some examples. There was a track coming from the opposite direction. The only way to avoid crashing into it was to cut off the driver of a van. The men cut me off. I didn't know how. I managed to not hate his car some on. Yeah, but we just captured guy off. He had to slam on the brakes. Slam on the brakes, means press down hard on the brakes of the car to make it stop. Suddenly, some examples. And then I saw the dog running across the street, so I had to slam on the brakes. You'll be a better driver when you learn to stop the car without slamming on the brakes each time. Bring about. Yes, I know I could have brought about an accident, but fortunately he only went into this kid. No big deal. Bring about means cause we still don't know what brought about is disaster. This situation was brought about by everyone refusing to pay the ransom go into. Yes, I know I could have brought about an accident, but fashionably, he only went into a skid. No big deal Go into a skid. Means starts leading on the road in uncontrolled way. Some examples The road was wet and slippery. This is why so many cars went into escaped that night. There was ice everywhere. She could no longer control her car and went into his kid. Take down no big deal. You could have killed us in that guy. I'm sure he's taken down our license number. And now you tell us to the police. Take down means right. I took her phone number down on my sleeve and then my mother put my shirt into the washing machine and you understand? Now listen to me. I'll dictated some numbers and we just take them down, tell on no big deal. You could have killed us. And that guy, I'm sure he's taken down our license number and not telling us to the police tell him someone means tell someone in authority about the bad behavior of someone. Some examples. He backed his little sister not to tell him to the mother. I'll do anything you want, but please don't tell me. These boy always tells on his friends to the teacher. Play up. I think you're playing it up. Nothing happened. After all. Play up means exaggerate some examples. Oh, come on. There's nothing. No need to play it up, I think is building up his achievements. He can't have done it at the age of 12. And now that you know all these Fraser firs, let's have longer days again. Which out? What are you doing? Frieda, you didn't even slow down when you were turning around. There's no time to lose. Yeah, but just cut that guy off. He had to step on the brakes. Yes, I know. I could have brought about an accident, but freshly, he only went into a skid. No big deal. No big deal. You could have killed us in that guy. I'm sure he's taken down our license number and not telling us to the police. I think you're playing up. Nothing happened after all. 7. Borg Doesn’t Let Frieda Clear Out: now, as you remember, three days driving. So she's sitting on the left, and this is what she says. Borg is on the right. This is what hes has Berg latches under this tearing real. What are you doing? Board? Let go this to the wheel. We'd better clear out before someone can see us. What do you mean? Clear out? The man in the red car needs help. Pull up Sam Ranieri's car. Okay, Board. I pull out right here. We must find out whether he's okay. His car seems to have broken down. Yes. And besides, he'll tie up the traffic for hours and will be driving this way in an hour or so. Look what we've put the poor fella through Who must have him now. Some phrase of hers. Borg latches onto this steering wheel, latched onto something or latch onto something. Means grab and hold something. What are you doing? Board? Let go this steering wheel. Let something go or let go. Something means top Holding or gripping something. We'd better clear out before someone can see us. Clear Out means leave. Quickly. Pull up Sam Ranieri's car. Okay, Board Ap Lab. Right here. Pullup means stubborn vagal at the particular place. We must find out whether he's okay. Find out, Means learned by making an effort. His car seems to have broken down. Breakdown means tub working properly. Yes, and besides, he tie up the traffic for hours. Top means prevent the use or progress of something. Look what we've put the poor fella through. Put someone threw Something means cars, someone to experience something. And now let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs, one by one, latched onto Borg latches onto the steering wheel. Let's go to something or ledge onto something. Means grab and hold something. Some examples. He last under her arm. It heard he lashed onto the door so that she wasn't able to close it. Let go. What are you doing? Board? Let go the steering wheel. We'd better clear out before someone can see us. Let something go or let go. Something means stop holding or grabbing something. Some examples. Please don't had the robe go. The men was trying to take the dole from his daughter when she fell asleep, but she wouldn't let go. The mother let go of a child's hand. Let me have Clear out. What are you doing? Borg? Let go. That steering wheel with better clear out before someone can see us. What do you mean? Clear out? The man in the red car needs help. Perhaps someone near his car clear out means leave quickly. Some examples they were trying to clear out without paying, but we've heard them run down the stairs. After causing the accident, the driver just panicked and cleared out. Pull up. What do you mean? Clear out? The man in the red car needs help. Pullup sound near his car. Okay, board. I'll pull out right here. Pull up. Mean stubborn vehicle at a particular place. Some examples he pulled up in front of our house. I pulled up next to her at this top light just to wave at her and say hello. She put her new corrupt in front of her office so that everybody could see it. Find out. We must find out whether he's okay. His car seems to have broken down. Find out. Means learned by making an effort. Some examples. I didn't know who's your boss, but I find out. Try to find out where she leaves. She doesn't want to tell. May I'd like to find out more about the new system for implementing in a company break down . We must find out whether he's okay. His car seems to have broken down. Breakdown means tough working properly. Some examples. His car broke down and he was far away from home. I needed a shame that doesn't break down so frequently. Here's a new computer for you. I hope it won't break down like the old one. Take up? Yes. And besides Tyab the traffic for hours. And we will be driving this way in an hour or so. Tap means prevent the use or progress of something. Come on. I need to make a phone call. And you've been tying out of the phone for over two hours Now. The circulation of water was Ted out by something bake for a long time. And now that we know all the phrase avers, let's have a look at this again. Borg latches onto this steering wheel. What are you doing? Board that. Go this to the wheel. We'd better clear out before someone can see us. What do you mean? Clear out. The man in the red car needs help. Prolapse summer near his car. Okay, board. I pull out right here. We must find out whether he's okay. His car seems to have broken down. Yes, And besides him tie up the traffic for hours and we'll be driving these way in an hour or so. Look what we've put the poor fella through. We must happen now. 8. Borg Refuses to Break Into the Other Car: look, Frieda, it's very strange. There's no one in the car. Yes, you're right board. But who was driving the car? Then? Let's look for the driver. He can't have gotten out of the core. The door is locked. Very intriguing. Maybe he was never there. Let's somehow get into the car and check it out. As I sat, the door is locked. It would have to break in. Yes, let's break into the car. Let's rip it up and poke around a bit. Maybe we'll find a clue. No freedom. I don't think it's a good idea. I think we'd better get into our car and pull out. I didn't like it here. Some interesting phrase of hers. Let's look for the driver. Look for something or someone means trying to find something. Or someone search for something or someone he can't have gotten out of the car. Get out! Means leave or escaped from a place. Let's somehow get into the car. Get into means ender. Let's somehow get into the car and check it out. Check out means. Find out. If something is true, we would have to break in. Break in means enter illegally. Yes, let break into the car break into means enter illegally and usually by using force. Let's rip it up. Robot means completely destroy by tearing into pieces. Let's roll it up and poke around a bit. Poke around means search through something. I think we'd better get into our car and pull out. Pull out means leave. I don't like it here and now Let's have a look at all these verbs. One by one. Look for yes, you ride board. But who was driving the car? Then? Let's look for the driver. Look for something or someone means try to find something or someone search for something or someone. Some examples. I'm looking for a new job, maybe in your company. The woman was looking for something in her purse. Let me have get out. He can't have gotten out of the car. The door is locked. Very intriguing. Get out means leave or escape from a place. The little dog was trapped, but he finally managed to get out of the burning car. Get out. I never want to see you again. Get into Maybe he was never there. Let's somehow get into the car and check it out No Frida. I don't think it's a good idea. I think we'd better get into our car and pull out. I didn't I get here. Get into means. Enter some examples. How did you get into my room? Someone got into our house when we were away. Check out. Maybe he was never there. Let's somehow get into the car and check it out. Check out means find out. If something used to some examples, you have to check out your version on the report. It's in different than ours. He thinks he has a good added by, but the police are still checking it out. Breaking in. As I said, the door is locked. We would have to break in. Breaking in means enter illegally. Some examples. Everything was scattered on the floor. It looked like someone had broken in. They broke and and still all the monetary found break into Yes, let's break into the car. Let's rip it up and poke around a bit. Maybe we'll find a clue. Break into means enter illegally and usually by using force. Some examples. The man broke into her house and stole her TV. It was the first time someone had broken into our office. Read up. Yes, let's break into the car. Let's rip it up and poke around a bit. Maybe we'll find a clue. Rib out means completely destroyed by turning into pieces. Some examples trick up the letter. The Vandals ripped up all the manuscript. Poke around. Yes, let's break into the car. Let's rip it up and poke around a bit. Maybe you will find a clue. Poke around me and searched through something. Some examples. She was poking around in her backpack to find some dry socks. They poked around in his room to find some evidence. Pull out. No, Frida. I don't think it's a good idea. I think we'd better get into our car and pull out. I don't like it. A year pullout means leave Now that the political situation has become unstable, lots of companies are pulling out of the country. The representatives were forced to pull out. Now that you know all the friends of herbs, let's have a good days again. Look, Frieda, it's very strange. There's no one in the car. Yes, you're right board. But who was driving the car? Then? Let's look for the driver he can't have gotten out of the core. The door is locked, very intriguing. Maybe he was never there. Let's somehow get into the car and check it out. As I said, the door is locked. We would have to break in. Yes, let's break into the car. Let's rip it up and poke around the bed. Maybe you'll find a clue. No, Frida. I don't think it's a good idea. I think we'd better get into our car and pull out ID like it here. 9. It’s Hard to Make Out What’s Going On: they leave the empty red car. Where to us? But suddenly look out, Frida. Someone is overtaking us. I'm not going to let them overtake. May hold on tight. It's going to be really fast. Freedoms pit up. Is that allowed when someone is overtaking you? But wait a minute. Look at this. This is the red car without a driver we saw before. Yes. Is the car mix like it's I've been running again. How come I really can make out what's going on? Can you? No. These old, Very hard to take in. But there must be an explanation. Some phrase of hers. Look out, Frieda. Gout is used to tell someone to be aware of something dangerous. I'm not going to let them overtake me. Hold on tight. Hold on. Means keep your hand tightly around something Frida don't spit up. Spit up means Todd moving faster. Look at this. This is the car without a driver we saw before. Look at something. Means direct your eyes in a specific direction. Yes, it's the car. Looks like it's up and running again. The oven running means be working. Be functioning. How come I really can make out what's going on. Making out means understand by starting or searching what's going on go on means happen. No, this is all very hard to take in. Take in means learn about and try to understand. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs. One by one. Look out. My God, Frida. Someone is overtaking us. You got is used to tell someone to be aware of something dangerous. Some examples. Look out. There is a snake behind you. Look out! There's a big hole in the road. Look out! There's a paddle. It may be deep. Hold on. I'm not going to let them overtake. May hold on tight. It's going to be really fast. Hold on. Means keep your hand tightly around something. Examples. Okay, Now hold on to anything you can until the earthquake is over. It's very dangerous here, so hold onto the rope and don't let go. Spit up Frida. Don't spit up. It's not allowed when someone is overtaking you. But wait a minute. You get this? This is the car without a driver we saw before. Spit up means Todd moving faster. Some examples if you add some oil to the solution. The reaction was picked up. If you want to pass the track in front of us, it better spit out. Now Look at Frida. Don't spit up. It's not allowed when someone is overtaking you. But wait a minute. Look at this. This is the car without a driver with side before. Look at something. Means direct your eyes in a specific direction. Some examples. Look at her face. It's changed. Do you look at the sun? It's dangerous. Be up and running. Yes, it's the car. Looks like it's been running again. The album writing means be working. Be functioning. Some examples. The network is up and running again. I can enter the data until the system is up and running again. Make out how come I really can make out was going on. Can you make out means understand? By starting or searching some examples, I really can make out what he just said. Well, I'm just trying to make out why she did it to me. It actually didn't have me make out what had happened. Go on. How come I really can make out what's going on? Can you go on? Means happen some examples. Why are you so nervous? What's going on? Something strange is going on here right now, don't you think? Take in. No. This is all very hard to take n But there must be an explanation. Taken means learn about and try to understand some examples. Just let me think. I'm trying to take in the situation. They had to take all this information in at once which wasn't ese. And now that you know all the friends of herbs in this lecture, let's have a look at base again. They leave the empty red car where it waas. But suddenly we got Frida. Someone is overtaking us. I'm not going to let them overtake me. Hold on, Tide. It's going to be really fast. Frida, don't spit up is not allowed when someone is overtaking you. But wait a minute. Look at this. This is the car without a driver we saw before. Yes. Is the car looks like it's up and running again. How come I really can make out what's going on? Can you No. This is all very hard to take in. But there must be an explanation 10. Frieda and Borg Pick Up Their Children: after the incident with the other car. Frieda and Book, hurry up to pick up their case from home. Oh, Children. It's hard to express in words how sorry we are, but no worries. We still have time to get to light city before sundown. We thought he wanted to run away from us. Yeah, Bree panicked. We thought she'd Cryer eyes out. Yes, I was trying to hold back my tears, but it couldn't, and I can care. Just laughed it off. Yeah, we wanted to cheer a rap, but it wasn't easy. Okay, kids, get in. Must go now if you want to make it to light city before sundown. Now here are the kids I like their son, Kev the younger sound and Bree their daughter. And now the phrase of herbs. After the incident with the other car Frida Annable, hurry up to pick up the kids from home. Hurry up! Hurry up! Means move or act quickly. Pick up. Pick up means go summer in order to get and bring back someone or something. We thought you wanted to run away from us. Run away means leave that place suddenly in order to avoid someone or something? Yeah, Bree panicked. We thought she'd cry her eyes out. Cry one's eyes out. These cry a lot. Yes, I was trying to hold back my tears. Hold beg ones. Tears means keep from crying. Contain ones. Two years and Agon captures. Laughed it off. Left off means laugh a bottle. Make jokes about something in order to make someone thing. It's not serious or important. Yeah, we wanted to cheer rap. Cheer up means make someone heavier. Okay, Kate's get in. Get in. Means enter a place we must go now. If you want to make it to light city before sand down make it make it means to reach a particular place or goal. And now let's have a look at these phrase lovers one by one. Hurry up after the incident with the other car. Frida Ingeborg, hurry up to pick up their kids from home. Hurry up! Means move or act quickly. Some examples. If you don't hurry up, you'll miss your train. Hurry, Abba, little dear, we're already late. Pick up after the incident with the other car. Frieda and book hurry up to pick up their kids from home. Pick up means go, Sammer. In order to get and bring back seven or something. Some examples. What time do you pick up your kids from school? Could you pick out my car from the repair shop? Please run away. We thought you wanted to run away from us. Runaway means leave a place suddenly in order to avoid someone or something. Some examples this child keeps running away from home. The dog ran away because he had been treated very badly by his master. Cry out. Yeah, Bree panicked. We thought she'd cry our eyes out. Crime one's eyes out. These cry a lot. She cried her eyes out when the torture about her grandfather's death Everybody was sad. But the little child cried his eyes out when he realized his daddy would never come back. Hood back. Yes, I was trying to hold back my tears, but it couldn't and I can care. Just laughed me off. Hold Bhagwandas. Tears means keep from crying. Contain ones. Two years. Some examples. She saw her daughter after the accident and she was unable to hold back or tears. My wife promised me to hold back her tears in his presence left off. Yes, I was trying to hold back my tears, but it couldn't. And Agon Calf just left it off. Left off. Means laugh about will make jokes about something in order to make someone thing. It's not serious or important. Some examples. He was badly injured in the accident. What? He laughed it off. Why did you laugh off that question? It's really important for us to know he left off her remarks about his appearance, but I think he was concerned. Deep down inside. Cheer up. Yeah, we wanted to cheer wrap, but it wasn't easy. Cheer up means make someone heavier. Examples. I was trying to cheer them up, but it was all in vain. Wait. Already sad. Come on, let me cheer you up. How about a song? Get in. Okay, kids, get in. You must go now. If we want to make it to light city before sundown. Get in. Means in to replace some examples. The door was locked. How did you get in? The thieves got in through the chimney. Make it well. It's strictly speaking. Isn't a phrase of work, but it's often used and functions like a phrase of her. Okay, kids get in. You must go now. If you want to make it to light city before sundown, make it means reach a particular place or goal. Some examples. It was impossible to make it that far. I made it onto the team at last. After long hours, we finally made it to the other side of the lake. And now that you know all the phrase of herbs from this lecture, that's have a look at the dialogue again after the incident with the other car, Frieda and Bork hurry up to pick up their kids from home. Oh, Children. It's hard to express in words how sorry we are. But no worries. We should have time to get to light city before sundown with thought he wanted to run away from us. Yeah, re panicked. We thought she'd cry her eyes out. Yes, I was trying to hold back my tears, but he couldn't and I concave just laughed it off. Yeah, we wanted to cheer up, but it wasn't easy. Okay, kids, get in. Who must go now? It want to make it to light city before sundown. 11. Running Out of Gas: they're off on the trip to Light City again. Frieda is driving Borges sitting on the right, and the kids are in the back. This is what Bork sass. And this is what freed us as Look, Frieda, Looks like the kids have dozed off. Yeah. Now the road is getting steeper and steeper. Should I shift into high gear alot year? We're going uphill, so we have to change down. And what are you revving up the engine? Oh, no. Look, Bork, we're out of gas. We're not yet completely out of gas. But he has you, right? We're running out of it. We'll pull in and the nearest gas station and fill it up. That's good. We can also pump up the tires. I think there's likely flat. I think there is a gas station near here, but we'll have to turn off onto the first road on the right behind the hell. Now some interesting Fraser firs. They are off on the trip to Light City again. The off means be away from home or work. Look, Frida, looks like the kids have dozed off. Does af means fall asleep, usually for a short period of time? should I shift into high gear or low gear? Shift into means changed the gear in your vehicle. We're going uphill, so we have to change down change. Downing's changed a lower gear in a vehicle. And why are you reading up the engine? Rev. Happy's increased the revolutions per minute off their vehicle. Oh, no, no Borg. We're out of gas. Be out of something. This is used to say that you no longer have something we know yet completely out of gas. But he, as you write we're running out of it. Run out of something. Means use up the available supply of something we're pulling at the nearest gas station. Pullin means arrive in a place in country as top, and we fill it up. Philip means food tank of one's car with gas. That's good. We can also pump up the tires. Pam Bop fill with air by using a pump inflate. I think there is a gas station near here, but we'll have to turn off onto the first road on the right. Turn off means go in a direction away from this trade course. Now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs one by one, be off. They're off on the trip to Light City again, the off means be away from home or work. Some examples is off on vacation. You can't speak to him because he's off today. She's off sick again. There's off. Look, Frida. Looks like the kids have dozed off. Does half means fall asleep, usually for a short period of time? Some examples. The movie was so boring that we all does off one by one. It got so warm and cozy that I immediately dozed off. Shift into Yeah. Now the road is getting steeper and steeper. Should I shift into high gear? Hello here. Shift into means changed the gear in your vehicle. Some examples she shifted into first gear. Now you should shift the car into low gear. Change down. We're going uphill. So we have to change down. And why are you reading up the engine? Change down means changed their lower gear in a vehicle. Some examples You're moving slowly now, so change down. This car looks different. How do I change down Rev up? We're going uphill, so we have to change down. And where are you reading up the engine rev up means to increase the revolutions per minute of a vehicle. Some examples. My motorcycle is pretty slow. How can I rive up the engine a bit? I was planning to replace the old engine in my car, but my friend showed me how to rev it up the out. Oh, no. Nuke board. We're out of gas. We're not yet completely out of gas, but he as you write running out of it. We're pulling at the nearest gas station and fill it up. Be out of something. This expression is used to say that you no longer have something. Some examples. Well, it can't bake the cake. You're out of flour. This tourist out of Brad run out. We noted completely out of gas, but yes, you're right. We're running out of it. Reporting of the nearest gas station and fill it up Run out of something. Means use ab the available supply of something. Some examples. The envelope was so small that Aaron out of space when I wanted to put the full address in it you'd better hurry up. We're running out of time. Pull in. We noted completely out of gas, but Yes, you're right. We're running out of it. We're pulling at the nearest gas station and fill it up. Pullin means arrive in a place in country a stop. Some examples. When all the visitors finally pulled in, we could start a tour of the museum. Could you please pulling at the next turn out? I feel sick. The train pulled in at the station. Fill up. We're not yet completely out of gas, but he has your right running out of it. We're pulling at the nearest gas station and fitted up. Philip Means fill a tank of one's car with gas. Some examples. I told the gas station attendant to fit it up. I didn't know it was so expensive to fill it. Abu now is purchasing the car pump up. That's good. We can also pump up the tires. I think this likely flat pump up means fear with air by using it, pump. Inflate some examples. We can pump up their tires at any gas station in this country. You can use the ball, but first you have to pump it up to enough. I think there is a gas station year here, but we had to turn off under the first road on the right behind the hell turn off means going to direction away from his trade course. Some examples. I know how to get to the city's sander. We just haven't turned off at the next exit. Sorry I'm late, but I turned off onto a wrong road. And now we can read the dialogue again. They're off on their trip to light city again. Look, Frieda, Looks like the kids have dozed off. Yeah. Now the road is getting steeper and steeper. Should I shift into high gear? A low gear? We're going uphill, so we have to change down. And what are you reading up the engine? Oh, no new board. We're out of gas. Who noted completely out of gas. But he asked you, right, We're running out of it. Repolling at the nearest gas station and fill it up. That's good. We can also pump up the tires. I think there's likely flat. I think there is a gas station near here, but we'll have to turn off under the first road on the right behind the hell 12. A Man Waves Down the Car: with a 10 felt They go on to light city, but then someone weighs down the car. Look, Frida Bork SAS. There's a man waving in us. Put on the brakes. You don't want to run him over, do you? Borg? Don't you recognize the man for that? Asks its our doctor. Oh, Frida Borg is you great? Can you help me out? You could drop me off at the police station. The doctor says. Yeah, sure. The pain. Bork's ass. I give up your seat to the doctor. Frida sounds and we're Am I supposed to say it? I want to know. Oh, I'm sure you think something up. So, Doctor, why are you going to the police station? Borg asks. Well, my car was stolen yesterday. Now we have some interesting phrase avers. Let's have a look at them. One by one, with a tank filled, they go on to light city. Go on means continue on the journey. But then someone waves down the car, waved down a car means get a car to stop the wedding at its driver. Put on the brakes. Buddha means apply. You don't want to run him over. Do you run over means collide with and often drive over. Someone was something. Oh, Frida board, It's you Great. Can you have me out? Help out means to do something so that another person's job task is easier. If you could drop me off at the police station, drop off, take to a place and leave there. Yeah, sure happen. How? By means enter quickly. I give me a receipt to the doctor, give up me and stop having doing or using something. Okay, I'm sure you'll think something up. Think up means use your mind to four or invent. And now let's have a look at all these freight of herbs one by one. Go on where the tank filled, they go on to light city. But then someone weighs down the car. Go on. Means continue on the journey Some examples. They stopped briefly in Paris and then went on to Calais. We can stop now. You must go on, wait down with a 10 Failed. They go on to light city But then someone waves down the car we've down a car means get a car to stop by waving at its driver Some examples they were waiting down the passing cars, but none of them stopped. I tried to wave down a taxi. Put on. Look, Frida. There's a man waiting in us. Put down the brakes. You don't want to run him over, do you? Padan means apply. There is someone on the road. Put on the brakes. If you want the car to stop, all you have to do is put on the brakes. Run over. Look, Frida, there is a man waiting in us. Put on the brakes. You don't want to run him over, do you? Run over. Means collide with and often drive over someone or something. The track grid over my bike. The poor dog was run over by a car. Help out! Oh, Frida Borg. Is you great? Can you help me out? You could drop me off at the police station. Help out means do something so that another person's job or task is easier. Some examples. All this homework. It's too much for me. Maybe somebody could help me out. Don't worry, Mom. I'll have you out in the kitchen. Drop off. Oh, freedom. Borg, it's you. Great. Can you help me out? You could drop me off at the police station. Drop off means take to a place in neither. Some examples. I always dropped the kids off at school before I go to work. Can we just drop the box off in my door? Hop in? Yeah, sure happen. Happy means Andrew quickly. Some examples, the buses and waiting for you happen and let's go. You're late again. Okay? Just helping. I'm in a hurry. Get up like give up your seat to the doctor. Give up means stop having doing or using something. Some examples. Why did you have to give up your job? It's time to get up smoking. Just don't give up hope that she would come back some day. Sync up. Oh, I'm sure you'll think something up. Think up means use your mind to form or invent some examples. Oh, I really don't want to go to that party. I think I would have to think up an excuse. You'll have to think up a new way of doing base because it doesn't work anymore. And now did you know all the phrase of herbs? Let's have a bigger days again. With a tank filled, they go on to light city. But then someone waves down the car. Look, Frida, There's a man waiting in us. Put on the brakes. You don't want to run him over, do you? Board? Don't you recognize the man? It's our doctor. Oh, Frida Bork is you great? Can you help me out? If you could drop me over the police station? Yeah, sure. Having like, give me a receipt to the doctor. And where am I supposed to say it? Oh, I'm sure you'll think something up. So, Doctor, why are you going to the police station? Well, my car was stolen yesterday. 13. The Doctor Gets Back His Vehicle: now the doctor is sitting in about you. See, I I need to come up with a good solution. Freda Tsao's? Yes, Mommy. You always know how to bring me around to your way of thinking I excess. So, doctor, you say your car was stolen. What is it like through that? Asks? Oh, it's very much about yours. Even the opposed to relives the same. The doctor answers. Oh, Frida, just keep you the road. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock or crash into another car. Borg sows board. Can you see any other cars here? Well, actually, there is a red one. Wait a minute. Isn't need the driver last car with side before? Oh, my vehicle. Here it is. You already saw it? Yeah, sort of. It's yours. Yeah, sure of the doctor. SAS is my autonomous vehicle. You see, It flashed its headlights and me when he heard my voice. I'm glad I got it back. It was supposed to track down my stolen car by the thieves. Tried to turn a part. Fortunately, it's fitted with the latest equipment, so I quickly find out would actually happened fine. Here's some interesting phrase avers. You see, like I knew you'd come up with a good solution. Come up with something. Means get or think of something that is needed or wanted. Yes, money. You always know how to bring the around to your way of thinking. Bring around means cars to accept and support something after opposing it. Oh, Frida, just keep to the road. Keep to something means stay in or on something, not leave something. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock. Go off, you're off. Something means become separated from something run into the rock. Run into something means move into something in a sudden or forceful way. Well crashed into another car crash into something means hit something hard enough to cause serious damage. I'm glad I got it back. Get back. Means get something you have lost again. It was supposed to track down my stolen car. Tracked down means to follow and find, especially by looking at evidence. But the thieves tried to tear it apart. Tear apart means completely destroy but turning something into pieces. And now let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs one by one. Come up. You see? Like I need you to come up with a good solution. Come up with something. Means get or think of something that is needed or wanted some examples. You always come up with an interesting idea like this. The scientists came up with a much more efficient method. Why wasn't in me who came up with a simple yet powerful solution? Bring around. Yes, Mommy. You always know how to bring me around to your way of thinking. Bring around. Means cars to accept and support something after opposing it. Some examples. At first she didn't want to have us. Are you finally managed to bring her around? Do you think is possible to bring them around to our beliefs? Keep to Oh, Frida Just kept with road. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock. Crashed into another car. Came to something. Means stay in or done something, not leave something. Some examples he doesn't like people, parties or even animals. He keeps to his house as martyrs. He can Well, you're talking about everything possible now. Police have just keep to the point. Go off. Oh, Frida, just keep to the road. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock or crashed into another car. You off. Something means become separated from something. Some examples. If you get lost in the forest, don't go off the path. Let's go off the main trail and find Sam or to sleep run into Oh, Frida Just kept with road. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock or crashed into another car. Run into something means move into something in a sudden or forceful way. For example, he fell asleep behind the wheel and ran into a tree. Watch out. This wild animal is going to run right into you. Crash into Oh, Frida, just keep to the road. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock or crashed into another car. Crash into something means hits something hard enough to cause serious damage. Some examples. The motorcycle crashed into a wall. Lots of Mitchell writes, crashed into the moon on a regular basis. Get back. Yeah, sure, It's my autonomous vehicle. You see, It flashed its headlights at me when I heard my voice. I'm glad I got it back. It was supposed to track down my stolen car by the thieves. Tried to tear it apart. Fortunately, it's fitted with the latest equipment, so I'll quickly find out what actually happened. I'm glad I got it back. Some examples with get back. He didn't give up when they fired him. And now looks like he will get his job back very soon. I'd love to get back all the books you have borrowed from me until now. Track down? Yeah, sure. It's my autonomous vehicle. You see, It flashed its headlights at me when he heard my voice. I'm glad they got it back. It was supposed to track down my stolen car, but the thieves tried to tear it apart. Fortunately, it's fitted with the latest equipment, So I quickly find out what actually happened. Some examples. The police trick down the cost of the attack. Two small village in the Alps. I just can't track down all the missing parts. They tracked him down or 5000 kilometers away from his home. Tear apart. Yeah, sure. It's my autonomous vehicle. You see, It flashed its headlights at me when he heard my voice. I'm glad I got it back. It was supposed to track down my stolen car, but the thieves tried to tear it apart. Fortunately, it's fitted with the latest equipment. So I quickly find out what actually happened. Some examples. The president was very hard to unwrap. So the little child destroyed apart. His behavior is tearing his family apart. The country was torn apart by the war. And now that you know all the phrase of hers, that's how they get days again. You see, I I knew you'd come up with a good solution. Yes, Mommy. You always know how to bring me around to your way of thinking. So, Doctor, you say your car was stolen. What is it like? Oh, it's very much like yours. Even the opposed to release the same. Oh, Frida, just give to the road. If you go off the road, you're going to run into the rock or crashed into another car board. Can you see any other cars here? Well, actually, there is a red one. Wait a minute. Isn't it the driver Last car we saw before? Who? My vehicle? Here it is. You already saw it. Yeah, sort of. It's yours. Yeah, sure. It's my autonomous vagal. You see, It flashed its headlights. And may when you heard my voice, I'm glad he got it back. It was supposed to track down my stolen car, but the thieves tried to tear it apart. Fractionally. It's fitted with the latest equipment, so I'd quickly find out what actually happened. 14. Frieda Scares Away the Autonomous Vehicle: The doctor is happy to get back his vagal. But when he recognises Frieda's voice, it zooms away. Stop! Wait! What are you up to? The doctor can believe his red vehicle is giving away. Looks like something has coated away used stupid vehicle. You're letting me down again? How can you put up with such a disobedient vehicle? Reader asks. You write Frieda. They fitted it out with all the latest equipment you can singer, but it didn't live up to my expectations. The Doctor South. Don't worry, Doc. Night is closing in. There's no time to lose. We're taking with us. Mom, Dad, look over there! I can see Light City now some interesting phrase overs. The doctor is happy to get back his vehicle, but when recognizes Frieda's voice, it zooms away. Zoom away means moved quickly away from a place Stop. Wade would are you up to be up to something? Means be doing something is passionate in a secret way and with bad intentions Looks like something has scared it away. Scare away means cost to go away because of fear. You stupid vagal! You're letting me down again. Put down means disappoint. How can you put up with such a disobeyed in vagal productive with someone or something means allow someone or something unpleasant or annoying to exist or happen. They fitted it out with all the latest equipment fit. Something out means supply equipment for something it didn't live up to. My expectations live up to something means be good enough for something. Don't worry. Dark Knight is closing in. There's no time to lose. Close in means copy or move newer, a closer. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs. One by one, zoom away. The doctor is happy to get back is a vehicle. But when it recognises Frieda's voice, it zooms away. You know a means moved quickly away from a place. Some examples. I was in a hurry, so I just got in my car and zoomed away. As soon as they asked them to lend me some money, they all got on the motorcycles and zoomed away. Be up! Stop! Wait. What are you up to be up to? Something means be doing something is passionate in a secret way and with bad intentions, some examples. Well, honey, I don't like it. What are you up to? I am sure you're up to something. We just have to find out what? It can't explain why, but I'm sure her new boyfriend is up to no good. Scare away. Looks like something. Has Kurt it away? Scare away means cost to go away because of here. Some examples. Tell him to be quiet. He's going to scare away all the birds. They finally didn't get married because her mother's carried him away. Let down, you stupid vehicle. You're letting me down again? That down means disappoint Some examples. Remember, you promised to help me, so I hope you won't let me down. They trusted me and I let them down. Put up. How can you put out with such a disobeyed in the vehicle? Put out with someone with something means allow seven or something unpleasant or annoying to exist or happen. Some examples. It's really hard to put up with his Children. Fortunately, we're having them just for that we can. How can you put up with all that noise? Fit out your right Frida. They fitted it out with all the latest equipment you can think of. But it didn't live up to my expectations. Faith. Something out means supply equipment for something. Some examples. The expedition was fitted out with all the equipment they needed. It already works as expected, but I think I have fitted out with some more switches anyway. Lit up. You're right, Frida. They fitted it out with all the latest equipment you can think of. But it didn't live up to my expectations. Live up to something. Means be good enough for something. Some examples at two. Receiving the Nobel Price. It was very difficult for her to live up to her reputation. This house didn't live up to our expectations, so it sold it close in. Don't worry, Dark Knight is closing in. There's no time to lose. We take you with us. Close in means come or move nearer a closer. Some examples triggered those clouds as storm is closing in. They were trapped. The enemies were closing in all around them. The camera closed in on her a vase. Now that you know all the Fraser verbs from this lecture, let's have a look at them one more time. The doctor is happy to get back his vehicle, but when and recognizes Frieda's voice. It zooms away. Stop! Wait! What are you up to? Looks like something. Has Kurt it away? You stupid vehicle. You're letting me down again? How can you put out with such a disobeyed in vehicle? You're right, Frida. They fitted it out with all the latest equipment you can think of. But it didn't live up to my expectations. Don't worry, Doc. Night is closing in. There's no time to lose. We take you with us. Mom. Dad! Big over there. I can see Light City. 15. The View of Light City Perks Everybody Up: Mom. Dad, what a beautiful view. It really perked me up. So what are we going to do in Night City? Bri asks. Lead zip around the city. We have plenty of time, for that suggests no freedom. I'm tired. Uncle Flagler's near here. Let's look him up. Maybe he'll let us stay over Borg's ass. Maybe we should call him up first for death. SAS No, it's going to be a surprise. Some phrase of herbs. Mom, Dad, what a beautiful view. Aid really perked me up. Per gap means make more lively or cheerful. Leads it around the city. Zip. Iran means move very fast around an area. Let's look him up. Look, someone up means call or go to see someone. When you're in the area where the person lives, maybe he'll let us stay over. Stay over means sleep at another person's house for the night. Maybe we should call him up first. Close Summon up means make a phone call to someone. And now let's have a lease. Fraser Verbs one by one. Pirg up. Mom! Dad, what a beautiful view. It really perked me up. So what are we going to do in night? city per gap means make more lively or cheerful. Some examples The good news permit really up. Just go in terror. It'll perk. Arap. Zip around leads it around the city. We have plenty of time. Ze Baron means move very fast around an area. Examples. The motorcyclists were zipping around the city. You can't just sit around this area like that. You come in the people there are the gap. No, Frieda, I'm tired. Uncle Flag lives near here. Let's look him up. Maybe he'll let us stay over. Look, someone up means call or go to see someone when you're in the area where that person lives . Some examples. My friends told us to look them up if we happened to be here. So you're coming to town. You must by all means let me up. Stay over. No freedom. I'm tired. Uncle Flag lives near year. Let's look him up. Maybe they let us stay over. Stay over means to sleep at another person's house for the night. Some examples is late. Maybe we could stay over tonight. Mom, my friend's parents are going away for two days and he's afraid of being alone. Can you stay over at our house. Klopp. Maybe we should call him up. First. Call someone up. Means make a phone call to someone. Some examples should collab your dentist to make an appointment. Call me up when you finish your homework. And now you know all the phrase of herbs from these lecture. Let's have a look at them one more time. Mom. Dad, what a beautiful view. It really perked me up. So what are we going to do in Night City? Leads it around the city. We have plenty of time. No, Frieda, I'm tired. Uncle Flag lives near here with Look him up. Maybe he'll let us stay over. Maybe we should call him up first. No, it's going to be a surprise. 16. Section 1 Revision: Now, before we go on with a story, let's have a look at what has happened so far. You are all the dialogues again. Now look for that. What? I found a car. Where did you find it? Oh, it was parked near our house. Let's try it out. How about a trip? Yeah, sure. But we have to put off until tomorrow. I'm tired. I think I just turn in. Sure. Board. I'm looking forward to our trip. Me too. Next morning at dawn, Chef. Over. Frida. There's enough room for both of us. Enough talking board turned on the ignition. And as move it. Not so fast. Frieda, Didn't you forget something? Forget something? No, I don't think so. Well, before we set off on our trip, there are still a couple of things he should take care of. Like what? Like putting on your seat belt, for example. Yeah, You're right, Donna. And now get moving Board. Come on board. Why are you dragging our journey out like that? Just step on the gas. No! Get off, Frida. Just stop telling me what to do. Who's the driver? You're right. It's after the driver. How fast? One drives pull over them. Why was a matter? I am taking over the steering wheel. Please stop the car. You're freaking out again, Frida. No problem. You can drive everyone to Do you even know where we going? Light city. We're heading for light city. Frida took the wheel and they zoomed off to light city. Or so they thought. Frida. Yes, honey. I'm just trying to pluck up the courage to tell you something. What is it, dear? I don't want to set you off, but I think we forgot something. Actually, I also have this feeling, but it can figure out what? I don't want you to go into hysterics. But you forgot to take the Children. Oh, no. How could you forget the kids? You must turn back immediately. Okay, Calm down. Returned back. Just try to pull yourself together. Watch out! What are you doing? Frieda, You didn't even slow down when you were turning around. There's no time to lose. Yeah, but he just cut that guy off. He had to slam on the brakes. Yes, I know I could have brought about an accident, but fortunately he only went into a scared no big deal. No big deal. You could have killed us. And that guy, I'm sure, is taken down our license number. And now you're telling us to the police. I think you're playing it up. Nothing happened. After all, Borg latches onto the steering wheel. What are you doing? Board that gold. The steering wheel. We'd better clear out before someone can see us. What do you mean? Clear out? The men in the red car needs help. Pull up Southern nearest car. Okay. Borg, I pull a variety year. We must find out whether his Okay, his car seems to have broken down. Yes. And besides, he tie up the traffic for hours and we will be driving this way in an hour or so. Look what we've put the poor father through. Must have him. Now. Look, Frieda, it's very strange. There's no one in the car. Yes, you're right board. But who was driving the car then? Let's look for the driver. He can't have gotten out of the car. The door is locked. There are intriguing. Maybe he was never there. Let's somehow get into the car and check it out as I sat. The door is locked, we would have to break in. Yes, let's break into the car. Let's rip it up and poke around a bit. Maybe a little find Exoo nor Frida. I don't think it's a good idea. I think we'd better get into our car and pull out. I didn't I get here. They leave the empty red car ready to us. But suddenly look out, Frida. Someone is overtaking us and not going to let them overtake. May hold on. Tide is going to be really fast. Frida, don't spit up. It's not allowed when someone is overtaking you. But wait a minute. Look at this. This is the car without a driver with so before Yes, it's the car. Looks like it's up and running again. How come I really can make out was going on? Can you? No. This is all very hard to t again, but there must be an explanation. After the incident with the other car, Frieda and Bork hurry up to pick up the kids from home. Oh, Children. It's hard to express in words how sorry we are, but no worries. We still have time to get to light city before sundown. We thought you wanted to run away from us. Yeah. Bree panicked with thought she'd cry our eyes out. Yes, I was trying to hold back my tears, but he couldn't, and I could have just laughed it off. Yeah, we wanted to cheer up, but it wasn't easy. Okay, Kate's get in. We must go now. If you want to make it to light City before sundown, they're off on the trip to Light City again. Now for doubt. Looks like the kids have dozed off. Yeah. Now the road is getting steeper and steeper. Should I shift into high gear? Low gear? We're going uphill, so you have to change down. And why are you reading up the engine? Oh, no. Nuke Borg. We're out of gas, you know, yet? Completely out of gas. But here's your right. We're running out of it. Repolling at the nearest gas station and fitted up. That's good. We can also pump up the tires. I think they're slightly flat. I think there is a gas station near here, but we have to turn off onto the first road on the right behind the hail with a 10 failed. They go on to light city. But then someone waves down the car. Look, Frida, there's in men waiting in us. Put on the brakes. You don't want to run him over, do you? Bork? Don't you recognize the man? It's our doctor. Oh, freedom. Borgens, You great. Can you have me out? If you could drop me off at the police station? Yeah, sure, Robin, I like Give up your seat to the doctor. And where am I supposed to say it? Oh, I'm sure you think something up. So, Doctor, what? Are you going to the police station? Well, my car was stolen yesterday. You see, ICG? I knew you'd come up with a good solution. Yes, Mommy. You always know how to bring me around to your way of thinking. So, Doctor, you say your car was stolen. What is it like? Oh, it's very much like yours. Even the a post to re legs the same. Oh, Frida, just keep to the road and you go off the road. You're going to run into the rock or crashed into another car board. Can you see any other cars here? Well, actually, there is a red one. Wait a minute. Isn't it. The driver? Last car we saw before. Oh, my vehicle. Here it is. You already saw it? Yeah, sort of. It's yours. Yeah, sure. It's my autonomous vago. You see, It flashed its headlights and May when he heard my voice and glad he got it back. It was supposed to track down my stolen car, but the thieves tried to tear it apart. Fortunately, it's fitted with the latest equipment, So l quickly find out what actually happened. The doctor is happy to get back his vehicle, but when an recognizes food as voice, it zooms away. Step. Wait. What are you up to? Looks like something has skirted away your stupid vehicle letting me down again. How can you put up with such a disobedient vehicle? You're right, Frida. They figured it out with all the latest equipment you can think of. But it didn't live up to my expectations. Don't worry. Dark Knight is closing in. There's no time to lose. We'll take you with us. Mom. Dad, look over there. I can see light city Mom! Dad, what a beautiful view. It really perked me up. So what are we going to do in light city. Glad zip around the city. We have plenty of time. No, Frieda, I'm tired. Uncle Flag leaves New Year. Let's look him up. Maybe he'll let us stay over. Maybe we should call him up first. No, it's going to be a surprise. And now you want to section two to see what happens next in Light city. 17. Uncle Flack Is Not In: previously, Borg finds a car and he takes his wife, Rita, and his Children. I like Kev and Brie on the trip to light city. On the way they meet the doctor whose car has been stolen. They take him to the police station. In the evening, they finally arrive in light city. There they want to visit Uncle Flak. The police are taking the doctor's statement. And in the meantime, Hi, panda. I know we haven't kept in touch for years. But I'm your cousin board. And this is my family. Is your father home? Panda. It's ankle black, son. Hi. Yeah, I remember you. No, My father is in jail. The police picked him up a couple of days ago and they locked him away. You see, Bork, I always knew ankle flag would end up in jail. Yes, he's always getting into trouble. So what did he do this time? He was trying to bring down the government Pandas as Oh, it sounds serious. Can you talk to your mother than she's not in either. She's in the bank kind of working. Okay. Thanks, Panta. Let's go to the bank van Now. Here we have some phrase of hers. Hi, Panta. I know we haven't kept in touch for years. Keep in touch. Means bein a state in which you communicate with someone. No, my father is in jail. The police picked him up a couple of days ago. Pick up means use the power of the law to take and keep someone arrest someone and they locked him away. What away means put in a locked place such as a prison for a long period of time. I always knew Uncle Flag would end up in jail. End up means come to a place or condition that was not planned or expected, he asked, is always getting into trouble. Get into something. Means become involved in something he was trying to bring down the government. Bring down means cost to fall down onto the ground. Also figuratively. She's not in either. Be in means be at home. And now that's how. Look at all these Fraser verbs one by one. Keep in touch. Hi, Panta. I know we haven't kept in touch for years, but I knew cousin board and this is my family. He's your father home. Keep in touch. Means being in a state in which it communicated with someone. Some examples we kept in touch after college. We didn't keep in touch, so I didn't know she was dying. Pick up. Hi. Yeah, I remember you. No, My father is in jail. The police picked him up a couple of days ago and they locked him away. The gap means use the power of the law to take and keep someone arrest someone. Some examples. The cops picked him up at the train station. The police picked him up for robbery. The police picked him up for questioning, but he didn't say march. The next phrase a verb is log way. Hi. Yeah, I remember you. No, my father is in jail. The police picked him up a couple of days ago and they locked him away. Lock away means put in a locked place such as a prison for a long period of time. Some examples They had to lug away the criminal so that he wouldn't kill anybody else. When the doctor discovered what his patient had done, Hey immediately locked him away in a psychiatric hospital. End up. You see Board. I always knew Uncle Flag would end up in jail and up means come to a place or condition that was not planned or expected. Some examples. His invention ended up in the trash. I wanted to buy a car, but after losing all my money, I ended up with a bike. As a child, he lived in poverty, but he ended up a will the man get into. Yes, he's always getting into trouble. So what did you do this time? Get into Something means become involved in something. Some examples. If you don't stop doing it, you'll get into a lot of trouble. Why do you always have to get into an argument with your sister? Bring down. He was trying to bring down the government. Bring down means cost to fall down onto the ground, also figuratively. Some examples. The elephant was brought down by a long series of shots. The president was brought down by his love affair. Being she's not in, either. She's in a bank kind of working. The end means be at home. Some examples. Is your mom in? I'd like to talk to her. I'm sorry, but the doctor is not in. I think there's someone in. I heard NYSE and Now you know all these Fraser verbs. Let's have a look at these dialogue again. The police are taking the doctor's statement, and in the meantime, Hi, Panta. I know we haven't kept in touch for years, but I'm your cousin board. And this is my family. He's your father home. Hi. Yeah, I remember. You know, my father is in jail. The police picked him up a couple of days ago and they locked him away. You see, board? I always knew ankle flag would end up in jail. Yes, he's always getting into trouble. So what did you do this time? He was trying to bring down the government. Oh, it sounds serious. Could you talk to your mother than she's not a neither. She's in the bank. Kind of working. Okay. Thanks, Panta. Let's go to the bank. Van 18. Terrorists Hold Up the Bank: Frida Borg and the Children are going to the bank. They want to see the aren't Uncle Flags wife and patent his mother. How you where do you think you're going? Can't you see the whole area has been cordoned off? What's going on are anti works in the bank. We want to see her. What, as in some of the most dangerous terrorists in light city just tried to hold up the bank. But this style we stepped in before they managed to make off with the money. So the terrorists give in. No, we screwed up. Some people were taken hostage by the leader. It's an exceptionally ruthless person. Now. They're threatening to do them in, and we don't pay them a ransom of $1 million. Do you think they might go through with their threat? Well, it can't rule it out. Well, you have some interesting phrase. Alers. Can you see? The whole area has been cordoned off. Cordon off means prevent people from getting into an area by putting a line of people or objects around or in front of it. What's going on? Our auntie works in the bank. We want to see her let us in. What in means allowed to Endor some of those dangerous terrorists in light city? Just try to hold up the bank hold app means used a gun to rob. But this time we stepped in before the managed to make off with the money. Steppin means become involved in something in order to prevent trouble or provide help. Make off with the money, make up with something, means take or steal something and go away. So the terrorists give in, give them and stop trying to fight or resist something. Surrender. No, we screwed up. Screw up means make a mistake. Do something incorrectly. Now the threatening to do them in do in means kill. Do you think they might go through with their threat? Go through with something. Means do something that you have thought or talked about Well, a candle it out throughout means no longer consider a possibility after careful five flying . And now let's have a look at all these phrase overs one by one. Cordon off. How you where do you think you're going? Can you see? The whole area has been cordoned off. Cordon off means prevent people from getting into an area by putting a line of people or objects around or in front of it. Some examples. Police cordoned off the street. You can enter the school building. It's been cordoned off after the attack. Gonna have the verb let in. What's going on? Are anti works in the bag going to see her? Let us in? But end means allowed to enter some examples. This is my house, too, So let me in. She's standing in the doorway and one that anyone in hold up Some of the most dangerous terrorists in light city just try to hold up the bank, but this time was stepped in before they manage to make over the money. Hold up Means used a gun to rob some examples the criminals have dot My I's tour. A masked man held him up in the park. Step in Some of the most dangerous terrorists in light city just tried to hold up the bag, but this time we stepped in before they managed to make off with the money step. Pain means become involved in something in order to prevent trouble or provide help. Some examples. The situation looked serious, so we had to step in. Fortunately, she stepped in before they could start to fight. Make off some of the most dangerous terrorists in light City just tried to hold up the bank , but this time was stepped in before they managed to make off with the money. Make off with something means take or still something and go away. Some examples. Someone entered my office and made off with my laptop. The burglars made off with some valuable jewelry. Give in. So do the terrorists give in? Given mean stop trying to fight or resist something? Surrender some examples. After a long fight, they finally gave in. He got fired because he refused to give in to our demands. Screw up. No, we screwed up. Some people were taken hostage by the leader. It's an exceptionally ruthless person now, the threatening to do them in. We don't pay them a ransom of $1 million. Screw up. Means made a mistake. Do something incorrectly. Some examples I screwed up again. Sorry. This is your last chance. I didn't screw it up. Do in? No, we screwed up. Some people were taken hostage by the leader. It's an exceptionally or this person now they're threatening to do them in. You don't pay them a ransom of $1 million doing means kill. He was so depressed that he finally did himself in. He had two heart attacks last year, but it was a stroke that finally did him in. Go through. Do you think they might go through with it? Rat Go through with something. Means do something that you have thought or talked about. Some examples. He's always threatened to set fire to the building, but no one really expected him to go through with it. You're anything they'll go through with what they promised. Rule out. Well, I can't rule it out. Rule out means no longer consider a possibility after careful five. Some examples. We have too many suspects. We have to rule at least some of them out. The remaining reasons why she did it, But the one I can definitely rule out. It's that she wanted to take revenge on you. Fine. And now, with all these phrase of herbs covered myself, Look at these dialogue again. How you Where do you think you're going? Can't you see the whole area has been cordoned off? What's going on our anti works in the bank. You want to see her? Let us in. Some of the most dangerous terrorists in Night City just try to hold up the bank. But this time we stepped in before the manage to make over the money. So did the terrorists give in? No. We screwed up. Some people were taken hostage by the leader. It's an exceptionally with this person now. They're threatening to do them in. We don't pay them around some of $1 million. Do you think they might go through with it, Rat? Well, I can't rule it out. 19. Gearing Up For the Trial: Now Bork and his family are talking to the police officer. This is what Borgen his family say. And this is what the police officer says. We worry about an Jamela. Are they going to care? No need to worry anymore. My best man just caught the leader. This time. They're not going to get off. There's too much evidence against them. That's great news. So now why? We're waiting for the judge and the trial began. You mean here and there? Not at the court. They blew up the court where the bomb went off. It almost killed the judge. So you're up for a good trial, by the way, and new court bidding is going up downtown so can adjusted by and watch the trial. Sure. Again. Now he would have some interesting phrase avers Get off This time they're not going to get off. There's too much evidence against them. Gadhafi means be judged not guilty of a crime. Avoid punishment. They blew up the court. Blow up means destroyed by an explosion. When the bomb went off, it almost killed the judge. Your off means explode. So you're up for a good trial. Europe means get ready. By the way, a new court building is going up downtown. You out means be built. So can you just tend by and watch the trial stand by means be present without doing anything while something is happening. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs one by one. Get off! No need to worry anymore. My best men just called the leader. This time they don't going to get off. There's too much evidence against them. Get off! Means be judged not guilty of a crime. Avoid punishment. Some examples. They arrested him again and he again got off. You always get off. Do you bribed the judge or what? Blow up. They blew up the court when the bomb went off. It almost killed the judge. So you're up for a good trial. By the way, a new court building is going up downtown. Blow up means destroyed by an explosion. Some examples We're not going to pass this way. The bridge has been blown up. You can't blow up the Bangor with a single stick of dynamite. The next verb is go off. They blew up the court when the bomb went off. It almost killed the judge. So you're up for a good trial. By the way, a new court building is going up downtown. Go off. Means explode. Some examples the bomb went off or 200 people were killed. He was planning to go up the palace, but the bomb accidentally went off and killed him. G rap. They blew up the court where the bomb went off. It almost killed the judge. So gear up for a good trial. By the way, a new court building is going up downtown. Gear up. This means get ready. Some examples You'd better gear up for another attack. The actress is gearing up for. Come back. Go up. They blew up the court when the bomb went off. It almost killed the judge. So you're out for a good trial. By the way, a new core building is going up downtown. Go up Means the belt. Some examples. A new hotel is going up near the beach. It's a city with lots of skyscrapers going up. Stand by. So can you Justin by and watch the trial stand by means be present without doing anything where something is happening. Some examples Are you going to Justin by and watch? Or are you going to help? A group of young people stood by and did nothing to help the dying man. And now that you know the meanings of all these Fraser Vers let's have a look at these data lock again. We worrying about an Jamela? Are they going to kill her? No need to worry anymore. My best man just caught the leader this time. They're not going to get off. There's too much evidence against them. That's great news. So now why rating for the judge and the trial will begin. You mean here and now? Not at the court. They do have the court. When the bomb went off, it almost killed the judge. So you're up for a good trial. By the way, a new quarter building is going up downtown. So can the Justin by and watch the trial. Sure you can 20. Does Aunt Jamla Abide By the Law?: waiting for the judge board. Notices on Jamela on Jamela Are you okay? It must have been a terrible experience for you, but why did they put handcuffs on you? Is your answer? The police officer asks. Yes, Officer, What's going on? She's the leader of the terrorists. This woman definitely doesn't know what it means to abide by the law work. She's a criminal, but she's still a family member. We have to stick up for her for dust as war. You've always been one of my favorite nephews. Get me out of these And who knows? Maybe you'll come into my fortune when I die. And John loss as Why do you relatives always have to run into travel for no one's to new? Now you have some interesting phrase of hers. That's how look at them one by one. This woman definitely doesn't know what it means to abide by the law. Abide by means except in a bay. Borg is a criminal, but she's still a family member. We have to stick up for her. Still got for someone means defense, someone against attack or criticism. Get me out of this and who knows? Maybe you'll come into my fortune when I die. Give me out of this. Get someone out. Means help someone leave or escape come into my fortune. Come into something. Means get something as a possession. Why do you relatives always have to run into trouble? Run into means experience, something unpleasant. And now let's have a look at all these verbs. One by one. Abide by. She's the leader of the terrorists. This woman definitely doesn't know what it means to abide by the law. Abide by means, except in a day we're taught to abide by the rules. Why do we never abide by what we ourselves decide? The next verb? A's stick up board. She's a criminal, but she's still a family member. We have to stick up for her. Stick up for someone means defense someone against attack or criticism. Some examples they always to got for each other. He doesn't like her very much at this time. He stuck up for her Get out board. You've always been one of my favorite nephews. Get me out of these And who knows? Maybe you'll come into my fortune when I die. Get someone out means help someone leave or escape some examples. You were trapped in the building, but they managed to get us out. You're in big trouble this time. Every new mother would be able to get you out of it. The next verb. Ace, come into Borg. You've always been one of my favorite nephews. Get me out of these. And who knows? Maybe you'll come into my fortune when I die. Come into something. Means get something as a possession. Some examples. He came into a big fortune when he inherited his father's estate. You don't look like a guy who just came into a fortune run into Why do you Relatives always have to run into trouble, run into Mies, experience something unpleasant. Some examples. I ran into some difficulties when I was trying to sell this mathematical problem. They don't want to run into another critical situation like this. And now, with all these verbs covered, that's how they at these data again, waiting for the job. And Jamela, are you okay? It must have been a terrible experience for you. But why did they put handcuffs in you? Is your answer? Yes, Officer. What's going on? She's the leader of the terrorists. This woman definitely doesn't know what it means to abide by the law. Pork. She's a criminal, but you're still a family member. We have to stick up for her board. You've always been one of my favorite nephews. Get me out of these. And who knows? Maybe you'll come into my fortune, and I Why do you relatives always have to run into trouble? 21. Borg Stands Up For His Auntie: the judge finally shows up and the trial begins. So what do you accuse her off? The judge asks. Well, your honor, the list is pretty long. The officer answers one. She let off a bomb in the court building, which toward the building down to today, she held up the bank and threatened the hostages with a gun. Three lots of people get knocked around by her on a regular basis. So how do you plead? The judge asks. Not guilty. Jamela answers immediately. And then she adds board. You promised to beg me up, Your honor, maybe you could let her off with just a warning, Bork suggests. I wouldn't bank on it. The judge answers. She's committed a lot of serious crimes board. You aren't standing up for me enough on jobless house. Now, some interesting phrase overs. The judge finally shows up and the trial begins. Show up means arrive appear. She led off a bomb in the court building would off. A bomb means cars to explode, which tour The building down turned down means completely destroy something that is in vertical position. Lots of people get knocked around by her on a regular basis. knock someone around means beat or hit someone badly or repeatedly board. You promised to beg me up. Back someone up means give help or support to someone. Your honor, maybe you could let her off with just a warning. Let's someone off. Means allow someone who has been caught doing something illegal to go without being punished. I wouldn't bank on it. Banging something means feel confident or sure about something. Count on something board. You aren't standing up for me enough. Stand up for someone means defend someone against attack or criticism. And now let's haven't I did all these verbs one by one, show up. The judge finally shows up and the trial begins. Show up means arrived appear some examples He didn't show up at the meeting. The weather was beautiful, so hundreds of tourists showed up. Lead off. Well, Your Honor, the latest pretty long one. She let off a bomb in the court building with told building down Madonna. The bomb means cars to explode. He had an accident when he was letting off some firecrackers. If you let off the bomb, thousands of people will die. Next verb Eyster down. She let other bomb in the court building, which tour the building down turd l means completely destroy something that is in a vertical position. Some examples. Let's turn down the stupid wall that separates my room from yours. They told down the old buildings to make room for new ones. The next verb is milk around. Lots of people get knocked around by her on a regular basis. Knock someone around means beat or hit someone badly or pay delay. Some examples. Sub bullies keep knocking him around on his way from school. If you don't stop knocking people around, you'll meet someone stronger than you. One day back up board. You promised to back me up back. Someone up means give help or support to someone. Some examples. If what you say is true, I beg you up. You're only Becky Herat because she's your sister. But you know very well that she's wrong. Let off, Your Honor. Maybe you could let her off with just a wording. Let's someone off means allow someone who has been card doing something illegal to go without being punished. Some examples the judge let him off too lightly. The crime he committed was rather serious. I think the police officer let me off with just a warning. Although I deserved a fine bank on, I wouldn't bank on it. She's committed a lot of serious crimes. Banging something means feel confident or sure about something. Count on something. Some examples. I'm really banking on your help. We're going on the trip tomorrow. We're banking on beautiful weather. You want me to sell you my car? Don't bank on it. Stand up board. You aren't standing up for me enough. Stand up for someone means defend someone against attack or criticism. Examples Everybody criticize a writer only a small group of readers to adopt frame. This word is a ruthless. If you don't stand up for yourself, nobody will. And now we know the meanings of all these Fraser verbs. So let's have a look at the dialogue again. The judge finally shows up and the trial begins. So what do you accuse her off? Well, Your Honor, the latest pretty long one. She let other bomb and accord billing which told building down to today she held up the bank and threatened the hostages with a gun. Three lots of people get knocked around by air on the regular basis. So how do you plead? Not guilty, Bork. You promised to beg me up, Your Honor, maybe you could let her off with just a warning. I wouldn't bank on it. She's committed a lot of serious crimes. Borg, you are standing up for me enough. 22. Aunt Jamla Talks Back: you see on Jamela? Crime doesn't pay off. I'm going to lock you up the job. Sas Hey, Jack, Chill out. Nobody's going to look anybody up, right? I'm sure we're sort out somehow on Jan. Less as Don't talk back. Wait a minute. Are you trying to stir? Be down? I'm warning you isn't going to work the job. Sas anti Tell him about your difficult situation that made you do all those things were exas. And you, sir? Don't butt in the judge Words, He's right. A couple of years ago, I took out a mortgage and now it's time to pay it off. So I just wanted to get out of Dad. I'm John Loss as you can. Take your problems out and other people, you must be punished. I'm not going to let a man with a strange wig on his hat punish me and John loss as county answering back is not a good idea for us as no some phrase of hers you see on Jamela crime doesn't pay off. Payoff means produce the result that you want. I'm going to lock you up. Look up! Means put in a lot place that is a prison for a long period of time. Hey, job, chill out, she allowed me has become more relaxed last tens or angry. Nobody is going to look anybody up, right? I am sure with sorted out somehow sort out means fine ass or solution for something. Don't talk back. Tuck back means answer in a rude way that does not show proper respect. Wait a minute. Are you trying to stir me down? Stir someone down means look directly to someone's eyes without fear until that person becomes uncomfortable and looks away. And you, sir, doing but in Barron means get involved in something in a rude way. He's right. A couple of years ago, I took out a mortgage. Take out means get something like alone or in insurance by a standard process or syriza of steps. And now it's time to pay it off. Pay off means give all of the money that you over something that you pay for over a period of time. You can take your problems out of other people. Take something out on someone means treat someone badly because you feel angry, frustrated, etcetera. Anti Answering back is not a good idea answer back means replied to someone in a rude way. And now let's have a legal All these phrase of herbs one by one payoff. You see, I'm Jamela. Crime doesn't pay off. I'm going to love you up. Payoff means produced the result that you want some examples. We worked hard and it paid off. I didn't care Last time I did care and why it didn't pay off it all. Look up! You see an Jamela Crime doesn't pay off. I'm going to Lucky up. Hey, John, Chill out. Nobody's going to lock anybody up, right? I'm sure, was sorted out Somehow the gap means put in a locked place such as a prison for a long period of time. Some examples The police locked him up. His dangerous. His doctor says he should be locked up. Chill out. Hey, Josh, Chill out. Nobody's going to look anybody out, right? I am sure will sort it out somehow. Chill out means become more relaxed. Last tense or angry? Some examples. Why are you so angry? I think you should chill out. I'm just kidding. Chill out, dude. Chill out. Don't take it so seriously. Sort out. Hey, Judge chill out. Nobody is going to look anybody out, right? I am sure, was sorted out somehow. Sort out means find an answer or solution for something. Some examples. Please help me sort out my problem. I just didn't know what to do next. Sometimes it's best to just wait and do nothing until things sort themselves out. Talk back. Don't talk back. Wait a minute. Are you trying to stir? Be down? I'm warning you, it's not going to work. Check Back means answer in a rude way that does not show proper respect. Some examples that teacher wanted to talk to his parents because he kept talking back to her. She just doesn't learn anything. She keeps talking back to her parents and the parents keep punishing her for that Stare down. Don't talk back. Wait a minute. Are you trying to stir me down? I'm warning you is not going to work. Stir someone down means look directly into someone's eyes without fear until that person becomes uncomfortable and looks away. Some examples. First he thought she was trying to start him down, but then he noticed she was blind. She was trying to stir him down but ended up hypnotizing him. But in And you, sir, don't butt in. But then means get involved in something in a rude way. Some examples. Please don't by then, this will make things even worse. I didn't like his sister. She always knows better, and she always buys in. Sorry to buy in like this, but there is something you should know. Take out. He's right. A couple of years ago I took out a mortgage, and now it's time to pay it off. So I just wanted to get out of debt. Take out means get something like alone or an insurance by a standard process or serious of steps. Some examples. If you buy a car, you must take out insurance on it. I took out a loan from the bank to pay for the trip. Payoff. He's right. A couple of years ago, I took out a mortgage, and now it's time to pay it off. So I just wanted to get out of debt. Payoff means give all of the money that you offer something that you pay for over a period of time. Some examples. It took me 20 years to pay off the mortgage. I will use the money to pay off my credit cards and all my deaths take out. We can take your problems out and other people. You must be punished. Take something out on someone means treat someone badly because you feel angry, frustrated, etcetera. Some examples. She hates her job, and the worst thing is that she often takes her frustration out on her family. I regret I wasn't able to convince him to do it for you. But please don't take it out of me as we're back anti. Answering back is not a good idea, as your bag means replied to someone. In a rude way. She's very in polite. She always answers back, even if she knows she's wrong. Or maybe especially then who do you think I am? I'm not going to let you answer back when they talk to you. And now let's have a look at the dialogue again. You see on Jan Muller, crime doesn't pay off and going to lead you up. Hey, John, chill out. Nobody's going to lock anybody up, right? I'm sure was sort out somehow. Don't talk back. Wait a minute. Are you trying to stir me down. I'm warning it isn't going to work anti telling about your difficult situation that made you do all those things. And you, sir, do. But in he's right. A couple of years ago I took out a mortgage, and now it's time to pay it off. So I just wanted to get out of dab. You can take your problems out and other people, you must be punished. I'm not going to let a man with a strange wig on his had punish me. Anti answering back is not a good idea. 23. The Jury Brings In the Verdict: the jury is about to bring in the verdict. Now, my dear jurors, you looked into the case of an Jumla, the jot sas. I know it must have been hard to reach a verdict, but she's good. A The jury answers immediately, just like that. Well, in that case, I have to sentence you to prison, Your Honor, maybe we could bathe her out. Bork suggests. Well, I think it could work out the jots as No, don't do that. Your Honor, the Jerries SAS. She's too dangerous. And it's your duty to stem out violence. Yes, you're right. It's my duty to out art crime in light, Sydney. Maybe she could make up for a criminal maze Chief and different way for death suggests No. I already made up my mind and Jamela is going to jail now. He would have some phrase birds. The jury is about to bring in the verdict. Be about to do something. Means we're very close to doing something. Bring in the verdict. Bring in a verdict. Means report A verdict to accord. Now, my dear jurors, you've looked into the case of an Jamela Look into something means try to get information about something, Your honor, maybe we could bail her out based someone out means make it possible for someone to leave jail. But paying bail? Well, I think it could work out. Workout. Mies happened develop or an in a desire or successful way. No, I didn't do that, Your Honor, She's too dangerous. And it's your due date Is 10 bod violence? It's 10. Bob means stop or destroy something bad. Yes, you're right. It is my duty to wipe out crime in light city. Wipe out means eradicated. Destroy completely. Maybe she could make up for a criminal mischief and different way Make up for something. Means do or have something as a way of correcting or improving something else. No, I already made up my mind. Make up one's mind means make a decision and let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs. One by one, be about The jury is about to bring in the verdict. Be about to do something means be very close to doing something. Some examples. I was about to leave. She's about to finish her book. Bring in. The jury is about to bring in the verdict. Bring in a verdict means reported verdict. Record some examples. The jury brought in a verdict of not guilty. The judge was waiting for the jury to bring in a verdict. Look into now, my dear jurors, you looked into the case of Cam Jumla. I know it might have been hard to reach a verdict, but look into something. Means try to get information about something. Some examples. Could I look into it? Maybe I find the solution. The police were looking into the circumstances of the accident. Bailed out, Your honor. Maybe we could better out bear someone out means make it possible for someone to leave jail . But paying bail some examples. He went to the jail to bail out his friend. We didn't manage to collect enough money to bail out. Sorry, we're gout. Well, I think it could work out where God means happened, develop or end in a desired or successful way. Some examples. I think your plan is not good enough to work out Well, Things usually don't work out the way I want them to tim about. No, don't do that, Your Honor. She's too dangerous. And is your duty to stem bad violence? stand back means stop or destroy something bad. Some examples It will take years to stem about corruption in this country. They finally is. Tempt out smallpox and some other diseases wipe out. Yes, you're right. It's my duty to about crime in Night City. Wipe out means eradicate. Destroy completely. Our crops were wiped out by a drought that year. I'm still trying to wipe out all my bad habits make up. Maybe she could make up for a criminal mischief in a different way. Make up for something. Means do or have something as a way of correcting or improving something else. Some examples. I do it to make up for all the bad things I did to you before. The book is pretty boring, but in next, affraid and beautiful illustrations make up again. No, I already made up my mind, and Jamela is going to jail. May Gabon's mind means make a decision. Some examples. I can make up my mind which to choose. He's thinking about setting his car, but he still has made up his mind about it. Now, with all these Fraser verbs explained, let's have a look at this again. The jury is about to bring in the verdict. Now, my dear jurors, you've looked into the case of an JAMA. I know. It must have been hard to reach a verdict. Body his guilty just like that. Well, in that case, I have to sends you to prison, Your Honor, maybe we could bail her out. Well, I think it could work out. No, don't do that. Your Honor, She's too dangerous. And it's your duty to stem. Are violence. Yes, you're right. It's my duty to out our crime and light city. Maybe she could make up for a criminal mischief in a different way. No, I already made up my mind on jam Lies going to jail. 24. Crime Runs in Their Blood: unexpectedly, the doctor turns up is them your honor? Don't let him go. The rip off my car. The doctor sas This would bear out my theory that sometimes crime runs in the blood. The job sas I ran into them on my way to light City. They made, like friends and even offer me a ride in my own car. As it then turned out, I was taken in by them. And I'm not going to pass over this episode. No, it's not true. Borg's ass. I have found the car on this street. New my house. That's where I parked it. The doctor says So cry really rounds in the family. No doubt about it. Frida Borg. You're going to jail to I think you and your arm had laid it all out together and then his truck simultaneously. Now some interesting phrase of hers. Unexpectedly, the doctor turns up, turn Japanese, arrived at a place or appear in the place. It's them, Your Honor. Don't let them go. They ripped off my car. Rip off means steel. This would be around my theory that sometimes crime runs in the blood. Barad, My theory birth. Something odd means confirmed something show the correctness of something. Sometimes crime runs in the blood. Cried really runs in the family. Thies to avoris similar run in the blood or run in the family means be characteristic of a family or passed from generation to generation. I run into them on my way to Light City. Run into Someone means meet someone by chance. They made, like friends Meg like means pretend to be and even offered me a ride in my own car, as it then turned out, Turn out Means happened, developed or an in a particular way. I was taken end by them again, means trick or deceive, and I'm not going to pass over this episode passed over means ignore, no discuss or deal with. I think you and your an had laid it all out together, and then you struck simultaneously way Something out means plan the details of something. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of hers. One by one, turn app. Unexpectedly, the doctor turns up, turn app, means arrive in a place or appear in the plays. Some examples When it most needed help, he turned up and saved me his face turned up on every other billboard before the election. Rebuff. It's them, Your Honor. Don't even go there It off My car rip off means steel. Some examples. Sure. It off most of the money after they revealed the password to her My new the target rate off It hurts like hell Bear out. This would bear out my theory that sometimes crime runs in the blood birth. Something out means confirmed something show the correctness of something. Some examples. Your words bore out his version. We need more results to be around. The hypotheses run in the blood. This would bear out my theory that sometimes crime runs in the blood. Running the blood means be characteristic of a family or passed from generation to generation examples. His mother is very talented and so is Hey, it just runs in The blood is easy to recognize any member of this family. They all look the same. It runs in the blood run into I read into them on my way to light city. They made like France and even offer me a ride in my own car as it then turn out. I was taken in by them, and I'm not going to pass over. These episodes run into someone means meet someone by chance examples. I ran into an old friend this morning. You will never guess where jazz ran into make like I run into them On my way to Light City . They made like friends and even offered me a ride in my own car. As it damn turned out, I was taken in by them, and I'm not going to pass all these episode Meg Lag means pretend to be examples The Children were playing outside. They made like police officers and criminals, the former trying to catch the letter she made like an animal. And our task was to guess what animal Iwas turnout. I run into them on my way to Light City. They made like friends and even offered me a ride in my own car. As it damn turned out, I was taken in by them and they're not going to pass over. These episodes turn out means happen, develop or an in a particular way. Some examples. When we started to talk, it turned out she wasn't a smart as she looked. I didn't quite believe it would succeed, but everything turned out well at but what was supposed to be a miniature poodle, but it turned out to be quite a big dog. Take in. I ready to them. On my way to Light City, they made like friends and even offered me a ride in my own car as a damn turnout. I was taken in by them, and I'm not going to pass over these episodes taking means trick or deceive Some examples. His mother was taken in by a man who said he was a police officer. She was taken in by group Children who said they were collecting money for their friend, who was in hospital Passover. I read into them on my way to Light City. They made like France and even offered me a ride in my own car as it down turned out, I was taken in by them, and I'm not going to pass over this episode. That's over. Means ignore, not discussed will deal with some examples. I think we can pass over the details. It was quite serious, so just couldn't pass all red like that, as if nothing had happened run in the family, so crying really rounds in the family, No doubt about it. Freedom Board going to jail to I think you and your am had laid it all out together and then his tracks simultaneously run in the family is the same as writing the blood means be characteristic of a family or passed from generation to generation. Some examples big years run in the family, the all pronounced. They sound in a characteristic funny way. It runs in the family layout. So crime really rounds in the family. No doubt about it. Frida War we're going to jail to I think you and your aunt had laid it all out together, and then his track simultaneously lay something out means planned the details of something examples. Your task will be to lay out the work for each employee for the next day. They wouldn't have won the battle if their generals hadn't laid it out so well. And now, with all the friends of herbs covered, let's have a look at these dialogue again. Unexpectedly, the doctor turns up. It's them, Your Honor, Don't let them go. They ripped off my car. This would bear out my theory that sometimes crime runs in the blood I read into them on my way to Light City. They made like friends and even offered me a ride in my own car. As it Dan turned out, I was taken in by them. And I'm not going to pass over these episodes. No, it's not true. I found the car on the street near my house. That's where I'd parked it. So crime really runs in the family? No doubt about it. Frida board we're going to jail to I think you and your an had laid it all out together and then his tracks simultaneously. 25. Cooped Up Behind Bars: and Jamela. Frieda and Borg get behind bars. They take the Children with them. I hate being cooked up in a small space like this and jam loss as we must work out a plan to escape from here. What about the guard? He's watching us all the time. Bork's ass. Okay, I know when he comes in with our lunch, I look him down and we beat him up. Then we grab the key and, you know, and John Less as I've heard that I'm not going to enter your cell. The guard says anti. Do you have a plan B? But this time, please keep your voice down. Works ass. Look, there's an extensive network of caverns under the city. The authorities don't even know about it. But I do. That's where I always hide out from the police after a break out of jail. And John lie whispers. So we would have to dig a tunnel. Are supposed to use our fingernails. Awad Borg wants to know. Don't worry about that. I always have a little shovel on me and jobless ass. Now the phrase of hers. I hate being cooked up in a small space like this kebab means keep inside a building or in a small space, is passionate. For a long period of time. We must work out a plan to escape from here, where a gout means find or create by thinking when he comes in with our large, I look him down comes in, come in, means endure. It plays. I look him down. Look down means cost to fall to the ground, and we beat him up. Beat up means heart or injure biting. But this time please keep your voice down. Keep down means prevent from increasing or rising. That's where I always hide out from the police. Had out means go to or stay in the place. We cannot be seen or found. Break out of jail break out means escaped from a closed space like jail. Don't worry about that. I always have a little shovel on. May have something on you means be carrying something. And now let's have elated all these Fraser verbs one by one kebab. I hate being cooked up in a small space like this. We must work out a plan to escape from here. Kebab means keep inside a building or in a small space is passionately for a long period of time. Some examples The birds are kept up in the cage. She likes meeting people. So being cooked up in the house all day with driver crazy. We're gout. I hate being cooked up in a small space like this. We must work out a plan to escape from here. Workout means find or create. By thinking some examples, I must work out a better way to do it. You worked out a very good plan to increase our income. I'm sorry, but it can't help you with that. You'll have to work it out for yourself. Come in. Okay. I know when he comes in with our lunch, I look him down and we'll beat him up. Then we grab the key and, you know, coming means and replace some examples. Oh, you don't have to know on the door. Just command. When mom came main, the Children pretended to be doing their homework. No down. Okay, I know when he comes in with our lunch, I look him down and we beat him up. Then we grab the key and, you know, look down means cost to fall. to the ground. Some examples in self defense. I knocked him down. The Berlin Wall was knocked down in 1989. Beat up. Okay, I know when he comes in with our lunch, I knock him down and we'll beat him up. Then grab the key and, you know, be that means hurt or injured. By hitting some examples, the bullies bid him up so badly that he died. Told afterward the poor child was bitten up by his sisters by friend. Keep down anti Do you haven't done? B, but this time, please keep your voice down. Keep down means prevent from increasing or rising examples. We do our bath to keep down the expenses. In spite of a high rate of inflation, they managed to keep the prices down. Hideout Look, there's an extensive network of caverns under the city. The authorities don't even know about it. But I do. That's where I always hide out from the police. After a break out of jail. Head out means go to or stay at a place where he can be seen or found the prisoner's head out in the Martins after escaping. There's nowhere to hide out from them break out. Look, there's an extensive network of caverns under the city. The authorities don't even know about it. But I do. That's where I always had out from the police. After a break out of jail break out Means escaped from a closed space like a jail. Four prisoners broke out of the jail. They were caught attempting to break out. Have on don't worry about that. I always have a little shovel on me. Have something on you means be carrying something. I didn't have any money on me. I always have my driver's license on me. And now let's have a look at the data again and jam LA Frieda and board get behind bars. They take the Children with them. I hate being cooked up in a small space like this. We must work out a plan to escape from here. What about the guard? He's watching us or the time. Okay. I know when he comes in with our lunch, I know came down and we bid him up, then grabbed the key. And, you know, I heard that I'm not going to enter your cell. Anti three haven't been B, but this time Please keep your voice down. Look, there's an extensive network of caverns under the city. The authorities don't even know about it. But I do. That's where I always hide out from the police after a break out of jail So it would have to dig a tunnel. Are supposed to use our failure nails. Awad. Don't worry about that. I always have a little shoveling me. 26. Things Start To Look Up: after the guard drives off the dig a tunnel that leads them to the caverns. Ike, don't forget to stop up the hole. We don't want them to find us here, do we? And Gemellus as so anti. I thought you just made up this story about the caverns. But it's true. Or exas off course. It's true. I even turned part of them into my second home. I'm often on the run after all. I hope now things will start to look up for us. Fergus, as at first, your plans seem difficult to carry out. But now I'm beginning to believe you really going to pull it off? You're safe with me and jobless as I know how to get around in these blaze. Besides, you know that all my adventures go off well, right. Well, your bank robbery actually fell through for that notices. That's why we re here in the first flash, maybe. Plus the thing with his stolen car. But Bork didn't know he was telling it. Never mind. Follow me this way. Now, some Fraser firs after the guard dress off, they dig a tunnel that leads them to the caverns. Drub off means fall asleep. Ike. Don't forget to step up. The whole step up means close block or fell. So anti. I thought he just made up the story about the caverns, but it's true. May God means create or invent. Of course, it's too. I even turned part of them into my second home. Turn into means change into a different state or form. I hope now things will start to look up for us. Lou Gap means get better at first. Your plans seem difficult to carry out. Carry out means do and complete execute. But now I'm beginning to believe we're really going to pull it off. Pull off means do something difficult successfully. You're safe with me. I know how to get around in this place. It around me is go from place to place. Besides, you know that all my adventures go of where right you're off means happen in a particular way. Well, your bank robbery actually fell through fall through means fail or stop in a sudden or final way. Now let's have a look at all these Fraser words. One by one, drop off after the guard drops off the ticket tunnel that leads them to the caverns. Drop off means fall asleep. Some examples. I usually drop up after dinner. I was talking to her and didn't even notice when she dropped off. He was so tired that he dropped off immediately. Step up, Ike. Don't forget to stop up the hole. We don't want them to find us here. Do we step up? Means close block or fail. Examples. Please don't from such big pieces of food into the sink, it stopped up again. Look at those cracks on the wall. We'd better stuff them ob with plaster. Make up So anti. I thought he just made up the story about the caverns, but it's true. Makeup means created or invent examples. It's a lie. You made it all up. I was late again, so I had to make up an excuse. I often make up stories about ghosts. My Children love them. Turn into off course. It's too. I even turned part of them into my second home and often on the run. After all, turn into means change into a different state or form examples the which turned him into a frog. It's a great book. I hope someone will turn it into a good movie. One day they're going to turn the park into a cemetery. No gap. I hope now things will start to look up for us. At first, you plant seem difficult to carry out. But now I'm beginning to believe really going to pull it off? We got means get better Examples. The recession is over. The economy is looking up again. Well, things started to dig up for me when I got this job. Carry out. I hope now things was talked to make up for us. At first your plans in difficult to carry out. But now I'm beginning to believe really going to pull it off. Carry out, carry out means do and complete. Execute some examples. We didn't have enough time to carry out this experiment. Soldiers must carry out the orders. Cool off. I hope now things will start to look up for us. At first, you plan seem difficult to carry out. But now I'm beginning to believe really going to pull it off. Pull off means do something difficult successfully examples. I was sure it fail, but somehow you pull it off. This plan was risky, but he managed to pull it off. Get around. You're safe with me. I know how to get around in this blaze. Besides, you know that all my adventures go of well, right? Get around means go from place to place. For example, I'm having trouble getting around because I lost my map after a month. They knew very well how to get around in the birding. Go off. You say with May I know how to get around in these blaze. Besides, you know that all my ventures go off. Well, write you off. Means happen in a particular way. Examples. The conference went off very well. The party went off rather poorly. Maybe we should invite more girls next time. Far through. Well, your bank robbery actually fell through. That's why we're here in the first place. Maybe applies the thing with a stolen car. But Borg didn't know he was telling it. Far through means fail or stop in a sudden or final way. Some examples. The negotiations were long and difficult, and in the end they felt through Anyway, It's a good plan, but it will fall through if we don't manage to collect all the money and now, with all the phrase of herbs explained, Let's have a look at the data log again. After the guard drops off the dig, a tunnel that leads them to the caverns. I don't forget to stop up the hole. We don't want them to find us here, do we? So, Annie, I thought he just made up the story about Cameron's, but its tune off course. It's too. I haven't turned part of them into my second home. I'm often on the run after all. I hope now things will start to do. You got for us. At first. Your plans seem difficult to carry out. But now I'm beginning to believe really going to pull it off. You're safe with me. I know how to get around in these blaze. Besides, you know that All my Avengers go of well, right. Well, your bank robbery actually fell through. That's why we here in the first place. Maybe Plus the thing with a stolen car. But Borg didn't know he was stealing it. Never mind. Follow me this way. 27. Section 2 Revision: now, Here we are at the point of time. When the family arrives in night city, the doctor is at the police station and they want to visit their uncle. Uncle Flak. The police are taking the doctor's statement. And in the meantime, Hi, Panta. I know we haven't kept in touch for years, but I your cousin Borg and this is my family. He is your father home. Hi. Yeah, I remember. You know, my father is in jail. The police picked him up a couple of days ago and they locked him away. You see, board? I always knew ankle flag would end up in jail. Yes, he's always getting into trouble. So what did he do this time? He was trying to bring down the government. Oh, it sounds serious. Have you talked to your mother than she's not a Niederer? She's in the bag. Kind of working. Okay. Thanks, Panta. Let's go to the bank van. Hey, you. Where do you think you're going? Can you see the whole area has been cordoned off. What's going on? Our Andy works in the bag going to see her. Let us and some of the most dangerous terrorists in Light city just tried to hold up the bank at this time. We stepped in before they managed to make over the money. So do the Terrys given No, we screwed up. Some people were taken hostage by the leader. It's an exceptionally ruthless person Now. They're threatening to do them in. We don't pay the ransom of $1 million. Do you think they might go through with this rat? Well, I can't rule it out. You're worrying about an Jableh. Are they going to kill her? No need to worry anymore. My best men just caught the leader this time. I'm not going to get off. There's too much evidence against them. That's great news. So now what? We're waiting for the judge and the try A will begin. You mean here? And now? Look at the court people who have the court. When the bomb went off, it almost killed the judge. So you're up for a good trial? By the way, a new court building is going up downtown. So can a Justin by and watch the trial. Sure you can. Waiting for the judge and Jableh, Are you okay? It must have been a terrible experience for you. But why did they put handcuffs on you? Is this your answer? Yes, Officer. What's going on? She is the leader of the terrorists. This woman definitely doesn't know what it means to abide by the law. Borg. She's a criminal, but she's still a family member. You have to stick out for her board. You've always been one of my favorite nephews. Get me out of these. And who knows? Maybe you'll come into my fortune when I die. Why do your relatives always have to run into trouble? The judge finally shows up and the trial begins. So what do you accuse her off? Well, Your Honor, the latest pretty long one. She let off a bomb in a court building which toured the building down to today. She held up the bank and threatened the hostages with a gun. Three lots of people get knocked around Byron regular basis. So how do you plead? Not guilty board. You promised to back me up, Your Honor. Maybe you could let her off with just a warning. I wouldn't bank on it. His committed a lot of serious crimes board. You aren't standing up for me Enough, you see? And Jamela crime doesn't pay off. I'm going to Lucky up. Hey, Josh, chill out. Nobody's going to look anybody out, right? I'm sure we sort out somehow. Don't talk back. Wait a minute. Are you trying to stare me down? I'm warning you, it's not going to work, Anne. Telling about your difficult situation that made you do all those things. And you, sir, don't butt in. He's right. A couple of years ago, I took out a mortgage and now it's time to pay it off. So I just wanted to get out of Dad. You can take a problems out. And other people, you must be punished. I'm not going to let a man with a strange Wigan has had punish me. Anti answering back. Is that a good idea? The Jerry is a bar to bring in the verdict. Now, my dear jurors, you looked into the case of an Jamilah. I know it might have been hard to reach a verdict, but he's guilty just like that. Well, in that case, I had to sentence you to prison, Your Honor, Maybe we could bathe her out. Well, I think it could work out. No, don't do that, Your Honor, She's too dangerous. And is your duty to step our violence? Yes, you're right. It's my duty to wipe out crime in Light city. Maybe she could make up for a criminal mischief in a different way. No, I already made up my mind. And Jamela is going to jail unexpectedly. The doctor turns up his them. Your honor, don't have them go. They ripped off my car. This would be around my theory that sometimes crime runs in the blood. I run into them and wait a light city they made like friends and even offered me a ride in my own car. As it then turned out, I was taken in by them. And I'm not going to pass over these episodes. No, it's not true. I found the car in this treaty near my house. That's where I parked it. So crime really runs in the family? No doubt about it. Freedom Award. You're going to jail to I think you and your an had laid it all out together. And then you struck simultaneously. And John Locke, Frieda and board get behind bars. They take the Children with them. I hate being cooked up in a small space like this. You must work out a plan to escape from here. What about the guard? He's watching us all the time. Okay. I know when he comes in with our lunch, I look him down and we beat him up. Then grab the key. And you know, I heard that I'm not going to enter your cell. Anti. Do you have a plan B? But this time, please keep your voice down. Look, there's an extensive network of caverns under the city. The authorities don't even know about it. But I do. That's what I always had out from the police after a break out of jail. So we would have to dig a tunnel. Are supposed to use our fingernails awar. Don't worry about that. I always have a little shovel on me. After the guard drops off, they dig a tunnel that leads them to the caverns. Ike, don't forget to stop up the hole. Who don't want them to find us here. Do a So Annie. I thought you just made up the story about the caverns. But it's true. Off course it's too. I haven't turned part of them into my second home and often on the run. After all, I hope no things will start to look up for us. At first. You plan seem difficult to carry out, but none beginning to believe. Really going to put it off? You're saying with May I know how to get around in this place? Besides, you know that all my adventures go off well, right? Well, your bank robbery actually fell through. That's why we here in the first place, maybe plastic thing with a stolen car on board. Didn't know he was telling it. Never mind. Follow me this way. And now in the next action, we're going to see what happens next in the caverns. Are they going to escape? Who knows? 28. The Caverns Put the Children Off: after escaping from prison on Jam, La Borg and his family enter the caverns. I'm delighted City. Where are they going to go? I I don't like it here. I just want to get it over. It's dark and damp down air. Don't worry, Brie. It's dark because the thing layers of rock that have built up above our hats just book out the sunlight. And it's damp because water seeps in through the cracks in the rock and those strange rock formations taking out everywhere. It's very easy to bump into something or tripped and tumbled to the ground. Yeah, we'd better watch out. But don't worry. I'm John, LA said. It would feel like home. Well, it doesn't feel like home now. I'd say this place rather puts me off. We must hold out. It's going to be much cause year when we arrive at her and ground apartment, so keep your spirits up. Now here's some interesting phrase. Lear's That's a look. I I don't I get here. I just want to get it over. Get something over means cause or experience the end of something. It's dark because the thick layers of rock that have built up about our hat. Just look out the sunlight build up above our house. Buildup means accumulate. Book out the sunlight lookout means hide or cover something so that it can be seen, felt or heard. And it's damn because water seeps in through the cracks in the rock. Sit, then means float slowly into a place through small openings in something. And those trends rock formation sticking out everywhere. Stick out means extend outward, be young and the edges surface. It's very easy to bump into something or driven. Tumble to the ground, bump into something means move into or against something in a sudden and forceful way. Well, it doesn't feel like home now. I'd say this place rather put me off, Yudof means cause to dislike. We must hold out. O'Dowd means refused to surrender. So keep your spirits up. Keep up means prevent from getting worse, weaker. And now that's how I look at all these Fraser verbs. One by one. Get over. I like I don't like it here. I just want to get it over. It's dark and damp down here. Get something over means cars or experienced the end of something. Some examples I just want to get this conversation over. I was happy when he finally got this ordeal over build up. Don't worry, Brie. It's dark because the thick layers of rock that have built up above our hats just block out the sun lights, and it's damn because water seeps in through the cracks in the rock. Build up means accumulate some examples. Look at these head of garbage. It looks like it's been building up for a long period of time. Heavy metal compounds are building up in our bodies. Look out. Don't worry, Bree. It's dark because the big layers of rock but have built up above our hats just block out the sun lights. And it's damn because water saves a through the cracks in the rock. Look out basements, hide or cover something so that it can be seen, felt or heard. Some examples. Dark clouds are blocking out the sun. These screens are supposed to book out the noise of the traffic. See pain. Don't worry, Brie. It's dark because the thing layers of rock that have built up above our hats just look out the sunlight and it's damp because water seeps in through the cracks in the rock. Sip n means flow slowly into place through small openings in something that's not a good time. Examples. Water was sitting in for the walls. Soon, everything was what the liquid was sitting in to the tiny pores stick out and those trained rock formation sticking out everywhere. It's very easy to bump into something or tripped and tumbled to the ground. Stick out means extend outward beyond on ads or service. For example, she's a beautiful woman, although her nose and ears stick out. There are some wires sticking out of the wall bump into, and those strange rock formations sticking out everywhere. It's very easy to bump into something or driven. Tumble to the ground, bump into Something means move into or again something in a sudden and forceful way. For example, he bumped into a glass wall because he didn't say it. Look at this girl with headphones on her years. The car is going to bump into her put off. Well, it doesn't feel like home now. I'd say these plays rather put me off. Kedev means cost. It is like some examples. Don't let the cover put you off the book is really interesting. I used to like him, but I was put out by his behavior in the meeting holdout. We must hold out. It's going to be much cozier when he arrived at her underground apartment, so keep your spirits up. Holdout Means refused to surrender some examples. It was very cold, but he thought about his destination and head out. I was running out of there, but I had to hold out until help arrived. Keep up. We must turned out. It's going to be much cozier when he arrived at her underground apartment. So keep your spirits up. Keep up means prevent from getting worse, weaker. Some examples. Try to keep your standards up. The castle had been kept up very nicely until the war began. What did the general due to keep up the morale of the soldiers. And now, with all these friends of herbs covered, that's how they get these dialogue again. I think I don't like it here. I just want to get it over. It's dark and damp down a year. Don't worry, Bree. It's dark because the think layers of rock that have built up above our hats just look out the sunlight, and it's damn because water seeps in through the cracks in the rock and those trained rock formations sticking out everywhere. It's very easy to bump into something or driven. Tumble to the ground. Yeah, we'd better watch out, but don't worry. And John Lasater, it would feel like home. Well, it doesn't feel like home now. I'd say these plays rather put me off. We might have turned out. It's going to be much cozier when he arrived at her underground apartment, so keep your spirits up. 29. Someone Put On the Light Please!: So here we are. And John Less as this is my underground home. How would you like it? Well, maybe we would like it if he could see anything. Borg sows anti. Why didn't you put any window? Can asks. And where would it lead to my child? But don't worry. I put on the lights. The switch should be somewhere here. So we're going to hang around here for some time, right? Get asks No Children. I don't want you to lay this time away. There are so many different house for chores you can help me with. I think you tell the obvious place first and jobless as teddy up. Now it feels like home calf sows and it'll work. Shouldn't put you out. We have to look after these place together. It's going to be our home for some time. Okay, we get it. Let's talk by switching on the light camp sounds now some phrase of hers. Anti. Why didn't you put in a window? Put in means install And where would it lead to my child? But don't worry. I'll put on the lights. Padan means cause to begin to work. So we're going to hang around here for some time, Right? Hang around. Means stay in a place for a period of time without doing much. No Children. I don't want you to like this time away. Lazy way means relax and do very little for a period of time. I think we'll tell you about this place first. Teddy up means make clean and organized, and it'll work. Shouldn't put you out. Good out means brother Inconvenience caused trouble. We have to look after this place together. Look after means. Take care. Okay, we get it. Let's stop me Switching on the light ST John means turn on by turning or pushing a button or moving a switch lever, etcetera. And now let's colleague at all these Fraser verbs one by one Put in anti Why didn't you put in a window? Pretend means install some examples We have to put in a new bathtub. This one has gotten too small. They put in a new radiator in the room baton And where would it lead to my child? But don't worry, I put down the lights The sweet should be somewhere here Put down means caused to begin to work Some examples put the TV on. There's something that might interest you. We are ready to put on the machine that we had repaired last year. Hang around. So we're going to hang around here for some time, right? Hang around me and stay in a place for a period of time without doing much. Some examples. Oh, well, they didn't do anything special. We just hang around talking instead of doing her job. She often just hangs around her office doing nothing. Blaze away. No Children. I don't want you to life this time away. There certainly different house with insurers you can help me with. I think we'll Tenney obvious place first lays away means relax and do very little for a period of time. Some examples. Yeah, sure. I know you need some rest but do lives the whole day away. I lazed away the weekend lying in the pool tidy up No Children. I don't want utilize this time away There are seven different household Sure iss you can help me with. I think we'll tell you up this place first. Teddy up now it feels like home. Tidy up means make clean and organized. For example, son teddy of your room. Why do I always have to tell it up? Up to you? Put out and it'll work shouldn't put you out. We have to look after this place together. It's going to be our home for some time. Good out means bother. Inconvenience, cost trouble. For example, They were talking about er, but it didn't seem to put her at all. Oh, come on. Really? Don't have to put yourself out just because we're having some gas this afternoon. Look after and it'll work. Shouldn't put you out. We have to look after the supplies together. It's going to be our home for some time. Look after means. Take care. Some examples. Who's looking after your daughter? Do you have a baby sitter? Could you please look after our house? We were on vacation. Three. John. Okay, we get it. Let's study. Switching on the light fridge are means turn on by turning or pushing a button or moving a switch lever, etcetera. Some examples switch on the radio. I mean, now there's an entity with your wife. If you switch this device on, it would play music Now. Did you know all these phrase of herbs. Let's have a look of these dialogue again. So here we are. This is my underground home. How would you like it? Well, maybe we would like it. We could see anything. Andy, Why didn't you put any window? And where would it lead to my child? But don't worry. I put on the lights. The sweet should be somewhere here. So we're going to hang around here for sound time, right? No, Children. I don't want you to life this time away. There's somebody different housework, chores you can help me with. I think Teddy up this place first. Teddy up now it feels like home. It'll work. Shouldn't put you out. We have to look out of this place together. It's going to be our home for some time. Okay, we get it. Let's start by switching on the light 30. Time To Get Down To Work: Jammeh flick the switch and the lights lit up. Now he can see. Can you dig around? Borg asks. Sure. Go ahead, John. Let's ass. It lives a bit as tear cafs as Yeah, Children. I didn't have time to do it up in bright colors or something. And now get down to work. John, Let's ask, What exactly do you want us to do? Cath asks. I I want you to sweep up Gemellus House, a new calf. You can throw away the garbage or clean out the fireplace. Oh, wait a minute. The reason A fireplace here and what are we going to eat down here? Board wants to new. Don't worry about that. I made sure to stick out on the food when I was planning the bank robbery. I had a feeling things could go wrong. Jam less as now. Here we have some interesting Fraser's Let's have a look at them now. Jenna Flick the switch and the lights lit up. What up means become late? Begins shining. Now we can see. Can you look around? Look around. Mies Explorer plays. Sure, Go ahead. Go ahead. Means do something after planning to do it or after getting permission to do it. Yeah, Children, I didn't have time to do it. AB in bright colors or something. Do up means decorate, and now get down to work. Get down to something means taught to do something I I want you to sweep up. See Bob means remove dust or dirt by using a broom, a brush and do calf. We can throw away the garbage. Throw away means put in a garbage can or clean out the fireplace. Clean out means removed on one day. Things from a place. Don't worry about that. I made sure to stuck up, and food stuck out means get a large quantity of something so that you can use it later. Now let's have a look at these Fraser verbs. One by one, Light up Jeff Flock. Flick the switch and the lights lit up. What up means become? Let begins shining. What was strange was that all the lightly up simultaneously, his eyes lit up when he saw her Look around. Now we can see. Can you look around? Look around, means Explorer plays some examples. I'm not going to buy anything in yours tour and just looking around We had never been there before, so it politely asked if he could dig around. Go ahead. Sure, go ahead. Go ahead. Means do something at planning to do it. Or after getting permission to do it. Some examples. I was waiting for a signal to start work on my big. And now the publisher just told May to go ahead with it. So you want to use my car? Why not? Your had Do you have? Yeah, Children. I didn't have time to do it up in bright colors or something. And now get down to word. The APP means decorate some examples. It's going to be your room. Now. We can do it up any way you want. They did the room up for the money, but it's gonna be a surprise. Get down. Yeah, Children. I didn't have time to do it, Abby. Bright colors or something. And now get down to work. Get down to something. Means talk to do something. Some examples. Enough talking. Gentlemen, it's time to get down to business. We're going to talk about it later. And now just get down to your homework, sweep up. I I want you to sweep up a new cap. You can throw away the garbage working now The fire place. Oh, wait a minute. There is no fireplace year. She popped. Means remove dust or dirt by using a broom, a brush. Some examples I say about the kitchen out of dinner every day. Is it yours? I found it when I was being up. Throw away. I I want you to sweep up and you calf. We can throw away the garbage or clean out the fireplace. Oh, wait a minute. There is no fireplace here. Throw away means put in a garbage can. Some examples? No, I don't need it. Take it or throw it away. Throw away that old junk. It doesn't work anyway. Clean out. I I want you to sit up and you calf, we can throw away the garbage or clean out the fireplace. Oh, wait a minute. There is no fireplace year. Clean out means remove and one Tate things from a place. Some examples. There's hardly and room for the car in the garage. I have to clean it out. I think it's time to clean out my closet. There's so many clothes I don't wear anymore it's dug up. Don't worry about that. I made sure to stock up on food. When I was planning the bank robbery. I had a feeling things could go wrong. Stuck up means get a large quantity of something so that you can use it later. Some examples. Food supplies were scars, so we had this take up. You don't need to stock up on food anymore. We can get fresh products any time now. And now, with all these phrase of herbs covered let's have a look at these dialogue again. Gemma. Flick the switch and the lights lit up. Now we can see. Can you look around? Sure, go ahead. It looks a bit is two year. Yeah, Children. I didn't have time to do it up in bright colors or something. And now get down to work. What exactly do you want us to do? I I want you to sweep up and you calf, We can throw away the garbage or could not the fireplace. Oh, wait a minute. There is no fireplace here. And what are we going to eat down here? Don't worry about that. I made sure to stay common food. When I was planning the bank robbery, I had a feeling things could go wrong. 31. Hard Work Wears Them out: after a whole day's work there wiped out their new bads. So they like down wherever they can, only for gas to potters around. And John Locke falls asleep. Sleep, Children. You need some rest. Frida Saz. Yes, Mommy. And they don't stay outplayed either. You need a good night's sleep too. I x as exactly Mom. Look a damn gem. La She's already asleep. I have abs. Yeah, ordering us around all they were out X as money always talks you ain and kisses you goodnight for that sass to her Children. But here I can only do the latter. Don't worry, Mom. Briefs as well. Tough it out until we leave this place. And now, could you please put out the lives now? Here, Have some interesting phrase avers After a whole day's work there wiped out wife someone out means make someone very tired their new bads So they lied down wherever they can. Lied down means move from his tending or sitting position to have flat position on a service only freedoms to putters around Potter around means spent time in a relaxed way, doing small jobs and other unimportant staff. Yes, Mommy. In the don't stay up played either. Stay up. Things continue to be awake past the time when you usually go to bad. Yeah, ordering us around all day were her out. Order someone around means tell someone what to do Where someone out means make someone tired, Exhausted Mommy always talks you in and kisses a good night tax Someone in means make someone such as a child comfortable in bad by moving the blankets to the right positions, etcetera. Don't worry, Mom. Were tough it out until we leave this place tough it out means deal with a difficult situation by being determined and refusing to quit. And now could you please put out the lives put down me and stop from working? And now that's how they get all these frightful verbs. One by one, wipe out After a whole day's work, they wiped out their new bags. So the light down wherever he can only protested putters around and John Locke falls asleep . Wife, someone out means make someone very tired. Some examples. It was a hard game. It wide me out. I need a rest and completely wiped out. Lie down. After a whole day's work, they went out there. No bads. So they like down wherever they can. Only for Dustin putters around. And John Locke falls asleep like down means moved from his tending or sitting position to have flat position on the service. Some examples. Why are you standing right down on your bad and make yourself comfortable? The lion just looked at me and then lay down on the ground. Potter around after a whole day's work. They arrived out there, no bads to the light down wherever they can. Only productive potters around and Jammeh falls asleep. Part around means pen time in a relaxed way, doing small jobs and other unimportant staff. Some examples. Dedi puttered around the bag yard all day, doing some small repair words. She spent all day pottering around the kitchen. Stay up. Yes, Mommy. And you don't stay up late either. You need a good night's sleep, too. Stay up. Means continued to be awake past the time when you usually go to bad. For example, I stayed up to hear the latest news. The doctor told him, Do not stay up that late order around, Yeah, ordering us around all day or out order someone around means tell someone what to do. For example, she didn't do anything useful herself. She only ordered the others around. I'm exhausted. Everyone has been ordering me around all day. We're out. Yeah, ordering us around all day. Wore her out. We're someone out means make someone tired. Exhausted Like, for example, She lived word out from jogging. This boring work really were me out. Tuck in. Mommy always talks u N and kisses her goodnight. But here I can only do the latter tax someone in means make someone touches a child comfortable in bad By moving the blanket to the right positions, etcetera Some examples Little Joe went too bad his mother tucked him in. You don't have attack arraign anymore. She's almost 14. Tough it out. Don't worry, Mom. Were tough it out until we leave this place. And now could you please put out the lives tough It out means deal with a difficult situation by being determined and refusing to quit some examples. I really hate this job, but I have to tell it out until I find something better. I know it hurts, but kidney tough it out until the end of the game. our neighbor's dogs. Very noisy, but she's moving out next month. So tough it out. Put out. Don't worry, Mom. Were tough it out until we leave this place. And now could you please put out the lights? Put out me and stuff from working some examples. It's rather hot in here. Put the hitter out, please. I've been trying like crazy, but they just can't figure out how to put the Arby's machine. And now that you know all these phrase Alors, let's have a look at these data lock again after a whole day's work there, wiped out there. No bad. So they like down wherever they can. Only freed us. Two putters around and Jammeh falls asleep. Sleep, Children. You need some rest. Yes, Mommy. And you don't stay up. Played either. You need a good night's sleep too. Exactly. Mom took it and jam Lor. She's already asleep. Yeah, ordering us around all day. We're out Money always talks you in and kisses your good night. But here I can only do the latter. Don't worry, Mom. Were tough it out until we leave this place. And now could you please put out the lights 32. Bree Eavesdrops On Aunt Jamla: short after midnight, Bree notices and jam last sneak out and make a phone call. She surreptitiously follows her and eavesdrops on her. I tried to call you yesterday, but he couldn't get through. It's not easy to get in touch with you anyway. I hope you didn't mess it up again. Jam lasts as to the phone. Everything's under control. What are they doing now? This is the voice on the phone. What are they supposed to be doing at this hour? The sleeping. So how much do you pay for all five? Jamela asks. I hope they don't suspect anything. I can't wait to see the reaction when they find out what they're in for. Chandler, I can hardly hear you. We're going to get cut out again, I'm afraid. Never mind. Just call me bag when he has something more concrete. I'm hanging up now. I don't want anyone to hear me. And Gemma doesn't knew that Bree Her dad. Now we can have some interesting phrase of hers. Short after midnight, Bree notices I'm Jamela sneak out and megaphone. Coal sneak out means leave quietly and secretly. In order to avoid being noticed, she surreptitiously follows her and eavesdrops on her eavesdropping. Someone means listen secretly, toe. Other person is saying, I tried to call you yesterday, but he couldn't get through. Get through means make a successful telephone call. It's not easy to get in touch with you. Get in touch with someone means communicate with someone. Anyway, I hope you didn't mess it up again. Mess up means make mistakes when you're doing something. I can't wait to see the reaction when they find out what they're in for. Be in for something. Means Be sure to experience something. I can hardly hear you were going to get cut off again, I'm afraid. Get cut off means lose the telephone connection in a certain way. Never mind. Just call me back when you have something more concrete call back Means called the person Who called you first As a response. I'm thinking AB now I don't want anyone to hear. May hang up means ever telephone connection. But turning the telephone off now that's how they get all these Fraser verbs. One by one, sneak out short after midnight, Bree notices and jam. Let's sneak out and make a phone call. She started petition Slee follows her and AIDS drives on her sneak out means leave quietly and secretly in order to avoid being noticed. Some examples. His parents just found out that he sneaks out of his room every night to see his girlfriend . This meeting is so boring, I think I tried to sneak out somehow, eavesdrop on short after midnight, Bree notices. And John, let's sneak out and make a phone call. She surreptitiously follows her and eavesdrops on her. A stop on someone means listen secretly. What the person is saying some examples is the second time a car Tim is dropping in me. You can't A's up on private conversations. You can be punished for that. Get through. I tried to call yesterday, but he couldn't get through. It's not easy to get in touch with you anyway. I hope you didn't massive gap again. Get through means make a successful telephone call. Some examples and glad you're back. Something must be wrong with your telephone. I've been trying to get through to you or day. Nobody was able to get through to the hospital on the phone because of the tornado. Get in touch. I tried to call you yesterday, but he couldn't get through. It's not easy to get in touch with you anyway. I hope you didn't mess it up again. Get in touch with someone. Means communicate with someone. Some examples. Don't try to get in touch with me. I find you when we need to talk. When are you going to get in touch with your sister? I know she's waiting for your call. Miss up. I tried to call yesterday, but he couldn't get through. It's not easy to get in touch with you anyway. I hope you didn't mess it up again. Mishap means make mistakes When you're doing something Some examples you won't have another chance. So don't mess it up. You missed out on your first attempt, but it can try again. Be in. I hope they don't suspect anything. I can't wait to see their reaction When they found out where they're in for jam Lor I can hardly hear you were going to get cut off again. I'm afraid Be in for something Means be sure to experience something. Some examples had no idea. I was in for these disgusting surprise. I wish someone had warned me. I can't tell you everything, but she's in for something very interesting cut off. I hope they don't suspect anything. It can't wait to see their reaction when they find out where they're in for Jamela. I can hardly hear you. We're going to get cut off again. I'm afraid. Get cut off means lose the telephone connection in a certain way. Some examples. We're talking on the phone, but he got cut off 10 minutes into our conversation. I think Is this storm each time a core. We get cut off right after the first couple words call back. Never mind. Just call me back when you have something more concrete. I'm hanging up now. I don't want anyone to hear me. Cold back means called the person who called you first as a response, for example, coming back as soon as get home. I'm sorry, but it can't talk now. I'm in the meeting. I call you back later. Hang up. Never mind just coming back when you have something more concrete. I'm thinking up now. I don't want anyone to hear me Hang up means and a telephone connection by turning the telephone off some examples. It's very important. Please don't hang up. She's very rude. She often hangs up on May just because she doesn't want to listen to me anymore. I think I offended him somehow. He hung up in the middle of a conversation. Now, with all these phrase of herbs covered, let's have a look at these dialogue again. This conversation on the phone between on Jamela and someone on the other side of the line , short after midnight. Bring notices. And John, let's sneak out on megaphone coal. She started petition. Slee follows her and AIDS jobs on her. I tried to call you yesterday, but he couldn't get through. It's not easy to get in touch with you anyway. I hope you didn't mess it up again. Everything's under control. What are they doing now? What are they supposed to be doing at this hour? They're sleeping. So how much do you pay for old five? I hope they don't suspect anything. I can't wait to see their reaction when they find out what they're in for. Jama. Ah, I can hardly hear you were going to get cut off again, I'm afraid. Never mind. Just call me back when you have something more concrete. I'm thinking ab now. I don't want anyone to hear me 33. Is Aunt Jamla After Money?: So Bree eavesdrops on Jammeh talking to someone on the phone. She's afraid she runs to wake our parents and brothers. Mom dead. We got quick. We're in danger. I overheard. And jobless conversation. Oh, come on, breathe. Let me sleep. You were dreaming, Mom. It's serious. Hear me out. Okay, my child, Speak. Just be brave. Fine. The whole conversation comes down to one thing. She wants to sell us cells. Who would buy us? Are you sure that's what you heard? I couldn't be more sure. I don't think and Jumla is after money. But you're right. We can blow it off. We've been down in our log lately. I think she is after money. Remember the bank robbery? Let's try to talk her out of her plans anyway. Let's get up. There's no time to lose. Well, the situation is getting dramatic. You know some phrase overs. Mom, Dad, we got quick. We're Gap means become fully awake. Ma, it's serious. Hear me out. Here's someone out means listen to someone. Fine. The whole conversation comes down to one thing she wants to sell us Come down to something . Means have something as the most important part I don't think and Jumblatt is after money. I think she is after money. Remember the bank robbery be after something means be trying to catch or get something. But you're right. We can blow it off. Blow off means ignore. We've been down on our lag lately. Bit down on your luck means have bad lock. Let's try to talk her out of her plans. Talk someone out of something. Means persuade or convince someone not to do something. Anyway. Let's get up. There's no time to lose. Get up means Rice after lying or sleeping in a bad. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs one by one. Wake up, Mom dead. Wake up quick. Bring danger. I overheard and jam list conversation where Gap means become fully awake. Some examples we got, Honey, there's someone in the house. I need a cup of coffee to really wake up in the morning here out. Mom, it's serious. Hear me out. Here's someone out means listen to someone, for example. And now it's stopped talking and hear me out. I was trying to warn him, but he didn't want to hear me out. Come down fine. The whole conversation comes down to one thing she wants to sell us. Come down to something. Means have something as the most important part. For example, it all comes down to who is going to talk to him. It's been a pretty long speech, but it comes down to whether we should invest more money in this project or not be after. I don't think and Jumla days after money, but you're right, we can blow it off. We've been down in our lag lately. I think she is after money. Remember their bank robbery? Let's try to talk her out of her bland's anyway. Let's get up. There's no time to lose the after something means be trying to catch or get something. For example, the police are after the criminals who escaped from prison. I don't understand what you're after with all these insinuations. Blow off. I don't think, and Jum lies after money, but you're right. We can blow it off. We've been down in our lag lately. Blow off means ignore. For example, I asked her a question, but she just blew me off. It's important. Didn't blow it off, be down on your luck. I don't think and jump lies after money, but you're right. We can blow it off. We've been down in our lag lately. Be down on your luck means. Have bad lock Some examples. They've been down on the lock for the last couple weeks. It doesn't matter what I do. I'm down on my luck anyway. Tug out. I think she is up to money. Remember the bank robbery? Let's try to talk her out of her plans anyway. Let's get up. There's no time to lose. Talk. Someone out of something means persuade or convince someone not to do something. For example, his wife was trying to talk him out of quitting his job. It's a very bad idea. I'll do my best. Took him out of it. Get up. I think she is after money. Remember the bank robbery? Let's try to talk her out of her plans anyway. Let's get up. There's no time to lose. Get out means rice after lying or sleeping in a bad. Some examples. What time do you usually get up? I usually get up 20 minutes after I wake up. Now with all these Fraser verbs clear. Let's have, like a day's conversation again. Mom! Dad, wake up, Quick! You're in danger. I overheard. And jobless conversation. Oh, come on, Bri. Let me sleep. You were dreaming, Mom. It's serious. Hear me out. Okay, my child. Speak. Just be brave. Fine. The whole conversation comes down to one thing She wants to South self. Who would buy us? Are you sure that's what you heard? I couldn't be more sure. I don't think and Jumla days after money. But you're right. We can't blow it off. We've been down in our log lately. I think she is after money. Remember the bank robbery? Let's try to talk her out of her plans. An away? Let's get up. There's no time to lose. 34. Aunt Jamla Is Not Backing Away: jealous phone rings again in a distance. This time they all want to hear the conversation. Yeah, I know it's you and no, I can't speak up. I don't want anyone to a cab and hear this conversation. Calm in the morning, Djamel says on the phone. Who don't. Are you still a or do you want to back away? I need to know. The voice on the telephone says. I main. I take a people up on their offer, but you know they must be all physical effect. Are they the fat one last so and jobless as? But don't worry, I like them into shape. Just bear with me for a couple days. Hard work will make them fit. I think they took to me the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they will gladly do all the housework and I hit them up for help. Who's the fat one? Borg wonders now, some interesting phrase avers. Yeah, I know it's you and know that kids pick up. Speak up means big. Lovely. Hold on. Are you still in or do you want to back away? Hold on means Wait. Stop briefly. Are you still an to be an means. Been involved or participating in something. Are you still in? Or do you want to back away? Back away means retreat. I main I take your people up on their offer. Take someone up on something. Means make an agreement with someone to accept something like an over. But don't worry. I like them into shape. Lick into shape means put into proper form our condition Just bear with me for a couple days. Bear with someone means be patient with someone I think they took to me the moment they saw me again. After so many years, take two means begin to like they will gladly do all the housework If I hit them up for help, hit someone up for something means ask someone for something. And now let's have they get all these Fraser verbs one by one. Speak up. Yeah, I know it's you and no, I can't speak up. I don't want anyone to wake up and hear this conversation. Call me in the morning. Speak up means pig loudly. Some examples I can hardly hear you Speak up. She has a beautiful voice, but she would have to speak up a little bit. Hold on, hold on. Are you still in or do you want to bag way? I need to know. Hold on. Means Wait. Stop briefly, for example. Ho Don. I'm already in a minute. I wanted to g o but he asked me to hold on. So I'm waiting. Be in. Hold on. Are you still in or do you want to bag way? I need to know I'm in. I take your people up on their offer. Bien means been involved or participating in something. Like for example, we're going to work on yet another project. Who's in? Are you going to the party? Hold on. I'm in back away. Hold on. Are you still in or do you want to back away? I need to know. Bag away means retreat, for example. I'll have to back away from my proposal. I'm afraid the man looked dangerous, so it's slowly backed away from him. Take up. I'm in. I take people up on their offer. Take someone out on Something means Megan agreement with someone to accept something like an over Some examples. He offered her a drink and she took him opponent. We will take them up on their offer to deliver cheaper services for our company. Lick into shape the fed one last so But don't worry, I leave them into shape. Just bear with me for a couple days. Hard work will make them fit. I think they took to me the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they were glad to do all the housework if it hit them up for help. Like into shape means put into proper form or condition. For example, the player was in poor condition but the new coach licked him into shape. You look depressed. You definitely need someone to lick you into shape. Bear with the fed one last so But don't worry. I like them into shape. Just bear with May for a couple days. Hard work will make them fit. I think they took to me the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they will gladly do all the housework if I hit them up for help. Bear with someone means be patient with someone, for example. Yes, I know you're pressed for time. Just bear with me for another minute. I know I speak quite slowly but please bear with me for just a while. Take two. The 3rd 1 last So But don't worry, I lead them into shape. Just bear with me for a couple days. Hard word will make them fate. I think they took to May the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they will gladly do all the housework if I hit him up for help. Tech to means begin to like I saw her standing in the doorway and kissing her child. I immediately took to her. I'm sure if you try it, you detect it Hit up the fat one last so But don't worry, I like them into shape. Just bear with me for a couple days. Hard work will make them fit. I think they took to me the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they will gladly do all the housework if they hit them up for help. Hit someone up for something means ask someone for something. For example, a lender. Some money last month, and she's already hitting me up for more. I was waiting for the right moment to hit him up for some money. And now, with all the phrase of herbs covered, let's have, like a day's dialogue again. So there's the conversation between and Jamela and someone on the phone. Yeah, I know it's you and no, I can't speak up. I don't want anyone to wake up and hear this conversation Comic in the morning. Hold on. Are you still in or do you want to back away? I need to know. I mean, I take your people up on their offer, but you know, they must be all physical effect. Are they the fat one? Last? So But don't worry, I lead them into shape. Just bear with me for a couple days. Hard work will make them fit. I think they took to me the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they will gladly do all the housework. But I hit them up for help. Who's the fat one? 35. They Ponder Over What To Do: they're taken aback by the with a year now. The pounder over What to do? Okay, everybody, listen up. Frida Sas. I think we should make out that we haven't heard anything and do everything. And Jamela asked us to Yeah, Children. I think we should act on Mom's advice at least until we come up with a better solution. Borg's as yes, I would go along with her. Maybe we still have to puzzle out the real meaning of what we actually heard. Maybe she didn't mean us. I x as off course, you meant us for the US, as I'm just wondering why it is so important that we should be so fat. Maybe she wants to put us up as slaves at auction or something like this, and they would have to be fit in order to work efficiently. Briefs as no, I don't think and Jumma deals in people. On the other hand, we heard she already had a customer interested in buying us and those people Hayes. Who are they? Frida wonders. Now here's some interesting phrase avers. Let's have a look at Nam one day one. They're taken aback by what a year take it back means surprise shock. Now they ponder over what to do. Ponder over something means thing about or consider south in curve Lee. Okay, everybody, listen up. Listen up. Please listen closely to what is being sad. Usually used as a command, I think we should make out that we haven't heard anything. Make out means pretend. Yeah, Children. I think we should act on Mom's advice. Act on something means you something as a reason or basis for doing something. Yes, I would go along with her. Go along. Means agreed to do or accept what other people want. Maybe we still have to puzzle are the real meaning of what we actually heard. Puzzle out means understand or find something like the answer to difficult problem by careful thinking. Maybe she wants to put us up a slaves at auction or something like this. Adoptees make available for people to buy or have No, I don't think, and Jumma deals in people. Dealing something means buy and sell something as a business. And that's how they get all these Fraser verbs. One by one. Can you get back? They're taken aback by what they year. Nothing. Ponder over what to do. Take it back means surprise shock. For example, when he saw her sitting there, he seemed taken aback. Maybe it's because he had thought she was dad. The teacher was taken aback by the students. Answer pounder over! They're taking a back. But with a here now the ponder over what to do power over something means thing about or consider something currently. Examples. We need a break to ponder over the next steps to take. I pondered over where to go on vacation. Listen up. Okay, everybody, listen up. I think we shouldn't make out that we haven't heard anything and do everything. And Jumla asks us to who's in armies? Listen closely to what is being sad, usually used as a command. Some examples. Hey, listen up has something very important to say And now listen up. I'm not going to tolerate such behavior anymore. Next time you'll get fired. Make out. Okay, everybody, listen up. I think we should make out that we haven't heard anything and do everything. And Jumla asks us to make out means pretend some examples. It was a terrible experience. Everybody made out that they didn't know me that girl made out that she had never dated a guy before. Act on. Yeah, Children. I think we should act and Mom's advice, at least until they come up with a better solution. Acting something means you something as a reason or basis for doing something. Some examples? Well, I just acted on your suggestion. Why don't you act of the information you already have? Hold on. You're upset now, and it's not a good idea to act in such feelings. Go along. Yes, I would go along with her. Maybe we still have to puzzle out the real meaning of what we actually heard. Maybe she didn't mean us go along. Means agreed to do or accept what other people want. Some examples. I asked him to do it for us, but he didn't want to go along. They refused to go along with my brilliant plan. Passel out. Yes, I would go along with her. Maybe we still have to pass. Allowed the real meaning of what we actually heard. Maybe she didn't mean us puzzle out means understand or find something like the answer to a difficult problem. By careful thinking examples. It took me some time. Deposit it out. No one was able to pass. Allow the meaning of the message put up. Maybe she wants to put us up as slaves at auction or something like this, and they don't have to be fit in order to work efficiently. Product means make available for people to buy or have some examples. The woman was so poor that she had to put the poppies up for adoption. Their house was put up for sale, delaying no, I don't think, and Jumla deals in people. On the other hand, we heard she already had a customer interested in buying us. And those people of Hayes who are they deal in something means buy and sell something as a business examples. He makes a living by dealing in cars. He deals in furniture. So if you need a chair or a table, you know, and now we already know all these phrase overs. So let's have a look at this dialogue again. They're taken aback by what they hear. Now the ponder over what to do. Okay, everybody, listen up. I think we should make out that we haven't heard anything and do everything. And Jumla asked us to. Yeah, Children. I think we should act in Mom's A device. At least until we come out with a better solution. Yes, I would go a lot with her. Maybe we still have to puzzle out the real meaning of what we actually heard. Maybe she didn't mean us. Off course. You mend us. I'm just wondering why it is so important that we should be so fate. Maybe she wants to put us our for slaves at auction or something like this. And then we'll have to be fit in order to work efficiently. No, I do think and Jumla deals in people. On the other hand, we heard she already had a customer interested in buying us and those people of Hayes. Who are they? 36. Borg And His Family Long For Fresh Air: they break off talking because they notice and Jumla coming up to them. Oh, on Jumla, Where had been Borg asks Who? Sleepwalking, I guess. By the way, I'm sure you wouldn't like this punch of your anti. So I have some more chores for you to do. And John less as to tell you the truth, we're longing for fresh air. How long do we have to stay here? Borg's ass. Oh, I was pretty sure you were excited to be here. Yeah, sure. But now our excitement is slowly wearing off Borg's ass. I'm see. Well, it just so happens that we're living in two days. I'm sure police are looking for us any more jam, Let's ask. And what next? You're going to bowl us over with something? Are you? Borg asks. No, of course not. Some Fraser verse. They break off talking because they notice Anjem lot coming up to them. Break off means top or en San Lay. Come up means approach someone or something. I am sure you wouldn't like this punch off your anti sponged off. Someone means get something from someone or live on someone by imposing on that person's hospitality or good nature to tell you the truth. Who longing for fresh air long for something means feel a strong desire for something? Yeah, sure. But now our excitement is slowly wearing off. Merav means gradually decrease or disappear. And what next? We're not going to boot us over with something, are you? Bull over means surprised or impressed very much. And now let's have a look at these phrase of herbs. One by one, break off. They break off talking because they notice and jam are coming up to them. Break off means stop or and Saturday, for example, this recording is incomplete. It breaks off After the first couple minutes, the negotiations were broken off. Looks like war is imminent. Although they are in love, they were forced to break off their engagement. Come up. They break off talking because they notice and jam are coming up to them. Come up means approach someone or something. For example, she came up and asked me a question. They came up to us just to say hi. Sponge off. Who? Sleepwalking, I guess. By the way, I'm sure you wouldn't like this punch og er anti. So I have some more chores for you to do. Sponge off. Someone means get something from someone or live on someone by imposing on the person's hospitality or good nature. Some examples you must go to work and not sponge off my sister. You're over 30. It's high time you moved out and stop sponging off your parent's long for. To tell you the truth. Belonging for fresh air. How long do we have to stay here long for something means feel a strong desire for something examples. We long for the end of the war, his longing for the day when he will inherit all this fortune. We're off. Yeah, sure. But now our excitement is slowly wearing off where raff means gradually decrease or disappear. Some examples. When you buy something new, you are excited about it. But Dan, the novelty wears off. The pain killers she had taken were off after two or three hours, and the pain was even worse. Boat over and one Next. You're not going to bowl us over with something, are you? Bull over means surprised or impressed very much. Some examples? No, he didn't know that when I told him he seemed completely bowled over U boat over the Jerry by our accident speech. And that's how they get these dialogue again. They break up talking because they notice and John Locke coming up to them. Oh, and Jamela, where have you been? Hm? Sleepwalking, I guess. By the way, I'm sure you wouldn't like this punch Abu or anti. So I have some more chores for you to do. To tell you the truth, we longing for fresh air. How long do we have to stay here? Oh, I was pretty sure you were excited to be here. Yeah, sure. But now our excitement is slowly wearing off. I see. Well, it just so happens that we're living in today's. I'm sure the police are looking for us anymore and our next You're not going to brought us over with something, are you? No, of course not. 37. Aunt Jamla Knows More Than She Lets On: two days later, they still puzzled over how to outsmart and jamela. Okay, it's time to leave these cozy place. I'm so excited these way and John Less as look at her board. She swoons over leaving this place each time she mentions it. Frida Sas. So what is the plan? War wants to know. There is no plan. She's acting like a friend, but we know that she's not as friendly as she's letting on for us ass. Yes, she knows. We want to leave this place and she's playing in our emotions. And then she'll go over to those people and sell us to them. Borg Sas. Don't worry. I protect you for Gus ass. We fight back if the need arises. Look at my biceps now. Some phrase of herbs. Two days later, they still puzzled over how to outsmart and jamela positive over means. Think, worry for a long time about something. Look at her board. She swoons over living this place each time she mentions it. Suing over something means become very excited about something. She's not as friendly as she's letting on that are means pretend or seem. Yes, she knows you want to leave this place, and she's playing on our emotions. Play on something means make people do what you want by using something like their emotions or fears in Anna for way. And then she go over to those people and sell us to them. Go over his change sides in a disagreement or competition. Don't worry, I protect you would fight back if the need arises looking my biceps fight back means attack or try to defeat someone who is attacking or trying to defeat you. Now let's have a look at all these Fraser words, one by one, passing over two days later, they still passing or how to outsmart and jamela puzzle over means think, worry for a long time about something examples I have been passing over whether to accept the offer or reject it. She puzzled over the best solution. Soon over, look at her board. She swoons over living this place each time she mentions it. Soon over, something means become very excited about something. For example, when the rock star appeared on the stage, all girls and women swooned over him. Yes, it's acceptable, but it's definitely not something I would swim over. Let on. There is no plan. She's acting like a friend, but we know that she's not as friendly as she's letting on. What on means, pretend or seem some examples? I think you know more than you're letting on. He's not as smart as he lives on play on. Yes, she knows you want to leave this place and she's playing on our emotions, and then she go over to those people and sell us to them. Play on something means make people do what you want by using something like their emotions or few years in an Anna for away. Some examples. It's not fair you're playing on my concerns in order to sell me or product. You always play on people's fears. If you want them to do something for you, go over. Yes, she knows you want to leave this place and she's playing on our emotions, and then she'd go over to those people and sell us to them. Go over means change sides in a disagreement or competition. Some examples Nobody suspected he would go over to the enemy quite unexpectedly went over to our competitors. Side back. Don't worry, I protect you. We fight back if the need arises. Megan I biceps fight back, means attack or try to defeat someone who's attacking or trying to defeat you. Some examples. If they attack you again, you must be strong and fight back. They're trying to accuse us of something we didn't do. We must fight back. And now, with all these friends of ours covered, let's have a look at days dialogue again. Two days later, they still puzzled over how to outsmart and jamela. Okay, it's time to leave these cozy plays. I'm so excited this way. Look at her board. She swoons over leaving this place. Each time she mentions it. So was the plan. There is no plan. She's acting like a friend, but we know that she's not as friendly as she's letting on. Yes, she knows you want to leave this place and she's playing in our emotions and then should go over to those people and sell us to them. Don't worry, I protect you Certified back. If the need arises, you get my biceps 38. Aunt Jamla Wants to Hand Her Family Over To Some Men: Varla hears the accent from the cavern. I'm handing you over to those two gentlemen over there and John Less as so It's true you sold us to some slave traders and you've been covering it up all the time. Borg Sash. I wish I had my baseball bat on May. It would come in handy now. Freed us as. So what Now? Are you going to tie us up? Bree asks, Toned down your language, my child. Really Take me off sometimes. Jim Loss as Hey, don't tell my sister off Andy. She's afraid we all our excess. You've been harping on your desire for fresh air, and now we don't want to g o I just don't get it. And what are you talking about? What? Slave traders? Oh, no, I can't believe my eyes calf caos. Daddy, Don't you recognize them? Fine. There's some interesting phrase of hers. Well, here's the accent from the cavern. I'm handing you over to those two gentlemen over there. Hanover means give up control or possession off someone or something. You sold us to sound slave traders and you've been covering up all the time. Cover up means prevent people from learning the truth about something. I wish I had my bicycle bad on May. It would come in handy now, come in handy. Mains turn out to be useful when needed. So what now? Are you going to take us up? Tie someone up. Means tie robe around someone's body arms. Relax in order to kill that person for moving or escaping. Tuned down your language, my child tone down means make less forceful, offensive or harsh. You really tick me off. Sometimes to golf. Means makes angry. Hey, don't tell my sister off anti tell someone off means yell at or insult someone who made you angry. You've been harping on your desire for fresh air, and now you don't want to g o. I just don't get it. Harvard Something means talk about something constantly or repeatedly in an annoying way. And now let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs. One by one, hand over. Well, here's the accent from the cavern. I'm handing you over to those two gentlemen over there. Hand over means give up control or possession off someone or something. Some examples. We were asked to hand all the documents over to the persecutor. The negotiations have been long but successful. The kidnappers agreed to hand over the woman cover up. So it's true you sold us to sound slave traders and you've been covering it up all the time . Cover up means prevent people from learning the truth about something. Some examples. They tried to cover up the scandal, but people knew about it Anyway. I think you lying to me. We just want to cover up your guilt. The accident happened because someone had covered up their mistake. Come in handy. I wish I had my baseball bat on me. It would come in handy now. Coming, Hendon Means turned out to be useful when needed. Some examples. I'm trying to open this bottle. A bottle opener would come in handy. We last account bus would come in handy right now. Take up. So we're now Are you going to tears up? Tie someone up these tie rope around someone's body Arms. Relax in order to keep that person from moving or escaping. Examples The woman was trying to escape, So the robbers tied rap. The base was trying to kill everyone. We had to tight up, tuned down, tuned down your language, my child, you really tick me off. Sometimes turned down means make less forceful, offensive or harsh. Some examples. It's really exciting. But I think we should turn down our enthusiasm. Turned down your make up a little My Children are afraid of you. Take off. Tuned down a language, my child, You really tick me off Sometimes to golf means make angry. Some examples. Oh, come on. Why didn't you go to golf? Someone else? I'm for job with you. The teacher was really ticked off by an extremely rude student. Tilove Hey, don't tell my sister off Auntie, She's afraid we all are. Tell someone off means yell at or insult someone who made you angry. Examples His mother told him off for lying to her again. Please don't tell your friend off If you're not completely sure it was his fault. Hard on you've been harping on your desire for fresh air and now you don't want to g o I just didn't get it. And what are talking about what slave traders heart on? Something means talk about something constantly or repeatedly in an annoying way. Some examples Do you really have to harp on her habits. I don't even know her and I don't care. He's always harping on the reasons why he quit his job. The funny thing is, we hear a slightly different version. H time. And now, with all the phrase of herbs covered let's have a look at these dialogue again. Viola. Here's the exit from the cavern. I'm handing you over to those two gentlemen over there. So it's true you sold us to sound slave traders. And you've been covering it up all the time. I wish I had my baseball bad on me. It would come in handy now. So what now? Are you going to tell us up? Turned down Who language, my child. You really tick me off sometimes. Hey, don't tell my sister off, Auntie, She's afraid we all are. You've been harping on your desire for fresh air and I don't want to G o I just don't get it. And what are you talking about? What? Slave traders? Oh, no, I can't believe my eyes. Daddy, Don't you recognize them? 39. The Proposal That Aunt Jamla Put Forward: the two gentlemen turned out to be Uncle Flak, Jenna's husband, who just broke out of jail. And there's some panda. Unbelievable. And we bought into the theory that am Jama wanted to sell us Borg sas because she asked how much they would pay for all five breeze ass. Mommy put forward a proposal to go on vacation together, and as soon as this question came up, we knew we'd go in for it. We're talking about paying for your tickets. Not you. Pantos as Yeah, we're going to be great to hang out on the beach with your family. Uncle Flax as. But I'm not going with you and John Less as Uncle Flag and Penta are going to stand in for me for some time. Maybe I join you later. We have some interesting phrase, Alers. Unbelievable. And we bought into the theory, but on jam I wanted to sell us buy into something means accept or believe something as true . Mommy put forward a proposal to go on vacation together. Put forward means suggest for consideration. As soon as this question came up, we knew it. Going for it come up means be mentioned or thought of Go in for something means like or be interested in something. Yeah. Wouldn't it be great to hang out on a beach with your family? Hang out means spent time relaxing, talking. We're doing something with someone. Uncle Flagon Panta are going to stand in for me for some time. Stand in for someone means take the place of someone who's away for a time. And now let's have a little get all these Fraser verbs one by one, buy into. Unbelievable. And we bought into the theory that an JAMA wanted to sell us buy into something means accept or believe something as true. Some examples My kids are Todd not to buy into the notion that money is the most important thing I'm not going to buy into a year. Theories put forward. Mommy put forward a proposal to go on vacation together, and as soon as this question came up, we knew we'd go in for it. We're talking about paying for your tickets, not you Put forward, Means suggests for consideration. Some examples he put forward a hypothesis of the inhabitants of the city were poisoned. He put forward a theory about how the planets may have crashed into a star. Come up, Mommy put forward a proposal to go on vacation together. And as soon as this question came up, we knew we'd go in for it. We're talking about paying for your tickets, not you. Come up. Means be mentioned or thought of some examples. I was interested in his opinion, but the issue never came up. Your name came up as his possible successor going for Mommy. Put forward a proposal to go on vacation together. And as soon as this question came up, we knew it. Go in for it. We're talking about paying for your tickets, Not to you. Going for something means like or be interested in something. Some examples. I don't really go in for music. They wanted me to take part in their new program, but I didn't go in for it. Hang out. Yeah. What? It would be great to hang out on the beach with your family. Hang out Means spent time relaxing, talking or doing something with someone. Some examples. I like hanging out with my friends. They often hang out in the Rose Garden talking about music and literature standing. But I'm not going with you? Ankle Flag and Panta are going to stand in for me for some time. Maybe I join you later. Stand in for someone means take the place of someone who is away for a time. Some examples The minister couldn't come, so he asked me to stand in. I stand in for you when you're away. And now that you know all these Fraser verbs Next, have a look. A days again. The two gentlemen turned out to be ankle flak. Jenna's husband, who just broke out of jail. Anderson Panda. Unbelievable. And we bought into the theory that am Jamel. I wanted to sell us because she asked how much they would pay for all five money. Put forward a proposal to go on vacation together. And as soon as this question came up, we knew we'd go in for it. We're talking about paying for your tickets, not you. Yeah. Wouldn't it be great to hang out on the beach with your family? But I'm not going with you, Uncle Flagon. Panta are going to stand in for me for some time. Maybe I join you later. 40. Section 3 Revision: so Borg and his family are going to leave the caverns. But before they do, let's have a look at all their adventures in caverns again. So we're now at the moment in time, immediately after they dig into the caverns for the prison in light. Today, like I didn't like it here, I just want to get it over. It's dark and damp down here. Don't worry, Brie. It's dark because the thick layers of rock that have built up above our hats just look out the sunlight. And it's damn because water saves a in through the cracks in Iraq and those trains rock formation sticking out everywhere. It's very easy to bump into something or trip and tumble to the ground. Yeah, we'd better watch out. But don't worry. And John Mosad, you feel like home. Well, it doesn't feel like home now. I'd say this plays rather puts me off, we must hold out. It's going too much cozier when we arrive at her underground apartment. So keep your spirits up. So here we are. This is my underground home. How do you like it? Well, maybe we would like it if we could see anything anti. Why didn't you put in a window? And where would it lead to my child? But don't worry. I put down the lights. The sweet should be somewhere here. So we're going to hang around here for some time, right? No, Children. I don't want you to laze this time away. There are some of the different housework chores you can help me with. I think we'll tell you up this place first. Teddy up now It feels like home. And it'll work. Shouldn't put you out. We have to look after this place together. It's going to be our home for some time. Okay, we get it. Let's talk by switching on the light General, flick the switch and the lights lit up. Now we can see. Can you look around? Sure, go ahead. It looks a bit astir. Yeah, Children, I didn't have time to do it up in bright colors or something. And now get down to work. What exactly do you want us to do? I I wanted to sweep up And you calf, you can throw away the garbage or clean out the fireplace. Oh, wait a minute. There is no fireplace here. And What are we going to eat down here? Don't worry about that. I made sure to stir Gavin food when I was planning the bank robbery. I had a feeling things could go wrong after a whole day's work there. Wiped out there. No backs. So the light down wherever they can, only freedoms to potters around and Jumla falls asleep. Sleep, Children. You need some rest. Yes, Mummy. And you don't stay up late either. You need a good night's sleep too. Exactly. Mom, we get an Jamela. She's already asleep. Yeah, ordering us around all day were out. Money always talks you in and kisses you. Good night. But here, I can only do the latter. Don't worry, Mom. Well, tough it out until we leave this place. And now could you please put out the lives short after midnight? Bree notices and John last sneak out and make a phone call. She surreptitiously follows her and eavesdrops on her. I tried to call you yesterday, but it couldn't get through. It's not easy to get in touch with you anyway. I hope you didn't mess it up again. Everything's under control. What are they doing now? What are they supposed to be doing at this hour? The sleeping. So how much do you pay for all five? I hope they don't suspect anything. I can't wait to see their reaction when they find out. Go. They're in for jam. Or I can hardly hear you were going to get cut off again, I'm afraid. Never mind. Just call me back when you have something more concrete. I'm thinking up now. I don't want anyone to hear me. Mom! Dad, we got quick. You're in danger. I overheard and jam list conversation. Oh, come on, breathe. Let me sleep. You were dreaming, Mom. It's serious. Hear me out. Okay, my child. Speak. Just be brave. Fine. The whole conversation comes down to one thing. She wants to sell us self. Who would buy us? Are you sure that's what you heard? I couldn't be more sure. I don't think and jump lies after money. But you're right. We can blow it off. We've been down on our log lately. I think she is after money. Remember the bank robbery? Let's try to talk her out of uplands anyway. Let's get up. There's no time to lose jobless. Phone rings again in the distance. This time they all want to hear the conversation. Yeah, I know it's you and no, I can't speak up. I don't want anyone to wake up and hear this conversation. Call me in the morning. Hold on. Are you still in or do you want to back away? I need to know. Hi Main. I take a people up on their offer. But you know they must be all physical effect. Are they the Fed? One last. So? But don't worry. I lived them into shape. Just bear with me for a couple days. Hard work will make them fate. I think they took to me the moment they saw me again after so many years. So they will gladly do all the housework if I had them out for help. Who's the fad One? They're taken aback by what they hear. Now the ponder over what to do. Okay, everybody, listen up. I think we should make out that we haven't heard anything and do everything. And Jammeh asked us to. You have Children? I think we should at Mom's advice, at least until we come up with a better solution. Yes, I would go along with her. Maybe we still have to puzzle out the real meaning of what we actually heard. Maybe she didn't mean us off. Course you meant us. I'm just wondering why it is so important that we should be so fit. Maybe she wants to put us up Slaves at auction or something like this. And then we have to be fit in order to work efficiently. No, I don't think. And Jammeh deals in people. On the other hand, we heard she already had a customer interested in buying us And those people of Hayes. Who are they? They break off talking because they notice and Jumla coming up to them. Oh, and Jableh, where have you bid? Who see? Walking, I guess. By the way, I'm sure you wouldn't like this punch A grantee. So I have some more chores for you to do. To tell you the truth. Belonging for fresh air. How long do we have to stay here? Oh, I was pretty sure you were excited to be here. Yeah, sure. But now our excitement is slowly wearing off. I see. Well, it just so happens that we're leaving in two days. I'm sure the police are looking for us anymore. And one next. You're not going to pull us over with something, are you? No, of course not. Two days later, they still passing over how to outsmart and Jamela. Okay, it's time to leave these cozy place. I'm so excited these way. Look at her board. She soon or leaving this place each time she mentions it. So what's the plan? There is no plan. She's acting like a friend, but we know that she's not as friendly as she's letting on. Yes, she knows you want to leave this place and she's playing on our emotions and then should go over to those people and sell us to them. Don't worry, I protect you who fight back. If the need arises. Look at my biceps. Well, here's the accent from the cavern. I'm handing you over to those two gentlemen over there. So it's to you sold us to sound slave traders, and you've been covering it up all the time. I wish I had my baseball bat on May. It would come in handy now. So what now? Are you going to tears up? Turned down your language my child. You really tick me off sometimes. Hey, don't tell my sister off, Auntie. She's afraid we all are. You've been harping on your desire for fresh air and now you don't want to go. I just don't get it. And what are you talking about? What? Slave traders? Oh, no, I can't believe my eyes. Daddy, Don't you recognize them? The two gentlemen turned out to be Uncle Flak. Jealous husband just broke out of jail. Anderson Panda. Unbelievable. And we bought into the theory that Angela wanted to sell us because she asked how much they would pay for all five money. Put forward a proposal to go on vacation together. And as soon as dates, question came up. We knew we'd go in for it. We're talking about paying for your tickets, not you. Yeah. Wouldn't it be great to hang out on the beach with your family? But I'm not going with you. Uncle Flag and Pant are going to stand in for me for some time. Maybe I join you later. And now in the next section, we're going to see what happens after they leave the caverns. What about the vacation? How are they going to span defecation? 41. Time To Set Up Camp: remember Borgen ist how they just laughed. The cavern. Here's the exit from the cavern and now they're going to spend a vacation with flak and panda. We're Ari. Uncle Black, Borg asks, grows island. We're going to set up camp because I don't have the tickets yet. My people are working in it on blacks as who are your people for dollars to new, these air death cell mates, pandas house and ways We have some time to lounge around on the beach. So you're not going back on a promise, Uncle Flock. We're still going on vacation? Borg asks. Sure, Er, in the meantime, I'll show you around the island if you want. Yeah, sure. I heard a lot about the legendary King Ron Freed US House. Where are we going to put out the tents? We don't have any dance. We can sleep in a cavern or on the beach. Ankle flak sas. Now there's some interesting phrase averse we're going to set up camp because I don't have the tickets yet. Sadok means create or establish something for a particular purpose. Anyways, we have some time to launch around on the beach lounge around me and spend time resting or relaxing, so you're not going back on your promise angle. Flak. Go back on. Something means not do what is required by something such as a promise. In the meantime, I'll show you around the island If you want. Show Someone Around means act as a guide for someone who is visiting a place. Where are we going to put up the tents, adopt me and said, or play something so that it's tends up? And now let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs. One by one. Sit up, grown silent. We're going to set up camp because I don't have a ticket yet. My people are working in it. Sadat means create or establish something for a particular purpose. Examples. After I graduate, I'd like to set up a private practice in town. The city decided to set up a free college for students from poor families. Lounge around. These are deaths hell maids. Anyways, we have some time to lounge around on the beach. Lounge around means pan time resting or relaxing. Some examples. I never spend my vacation just lounging around on the beach. Some teenagers were lounging around near the pool. Go back. So you're not going back on your promise, Uncle Flak. We're still going on vacation. Go back. And something means not do what is required by something such as a promise. Examples. He swore he would never go back on his word. I have to go back on my promise to help you. Because things have changed. Show around. Sure you are. In the meantime, I'll show you around the island. If you want show someone around. Means act as a guide for someone who is visiting a place. Some examples. I didn't know the city. Could you show me around? You promised to show me around your school. Good app. Yes, sure. I heard a lot about the legendary King Ron. Where are we going to put up the tents? Adapt means settle. Place something so that it stands up. Some examples They put up a big side at the crossroad. I'm glad they put out the board. Knew my house. There's always something interesting on it. And now, with all the phrase of herbs covered, let's have a like a day's dialogue again. We're Ari ankle flak runs Island. We're going to set up camp because I don't have the tickets yet. My people are working on it. Who are you people? These are death cell mates. Anyways, we have some time to launch around on the beach. So you're not going back on your promise? Anger Flock. We're still going on vacation. Sure we are. In the meantime, I show you around the island if you want. Yeah, sure. I heard a lot about the legendary King Ron. Where are we going to put out the tens? We don't have any towns. We can sleep in the cavern or on the beach. 42. How Uncle Flack Picked Up His Wife: with an JAMA having left, they check a bar, the families and bring up the subject of Gemmell and Flats in marriage. Angle Flag. Bree's house. You and Anjana get along very well. I love romantic stories. How do you to meet in the first place? Well, I often glanced through the wanted notices in newspapers Uncle Flak size and that she waas . I found her Pay the baying for her and we started going out. Tell her how you picked her up. That's good. Borg's ass. When I first asked her out, she just turned me away so he had to kidnap her on the flax ass. How romantic. What happened next? Next? We fell out over her dowry. Her family refused to pay the dowry. Can you imagine that? So he had to break up with her. There is no dour in our culture, is there? Oh, really? Isn't there anyway? You then made up, didn't you? So what happened next? I'm tired. I'll tell you tomorrow. I promise. Okay. Here's some phrase of hers With an JAMA having left the Czech a bar the families and bring up the subject of Gemmill and flags Marriage. Bring something up means mentioned something when talking. I'm good flak you and am jam. I get along very well. Get along. Means be or remain friendly. Well, I often glanced through. They wanted notices in newspapers, glanced through Something means look at the pages off something one by one, quickly. I found her, paid the bail for her, and we started going out. Go out, means date. Have a romantic relationship with someone. Terror. How you picked her up. Pick someone up means enter informally into conversation or companionship with someone you previously didn't know. When I first asked her out, she just turned me away. So I had to kidnap her. Ask someone out. Means ask someone to go on. The date turned someone away. He's refused to allow someone to end to replace next we fell out or her dowry. If allowed Meas have an argument. So we had to break up with her brig Up means and a romantic relationship Marriage, etcetera. Anyway, you then made up, didn't you? May Got me has become friendly again after being angry. And now let's have they get all these Fraser verbs one by one, bring up with Angela having left the Czech about the families and bring up the subject of Gemmell and Flats and marriage. Bring something up, Means mentioned. Something went talking. Some examples. It wasn't the best moment to bring up the subject off his divorce. I wasn't going to discuss your situation. But since you bring it up, I think we should talk about it right now. Get along Ankle flak You and and Jumla get along for Well, I love romantic stories. How did you two meet in the first place? Get the long means be or remained friendly? Some examples. My mother and my wife doesn't really get along. They usually get along well enough, but sometimes they fight like crazy glands through well, I often glanced through the wanted notices in newspapers and that she waas. I found her, paid the bay four and we started going out. Glance through something means look at the pages of something one by one, quickly. Some examples. She was just sitting at a table, glancing through a newspaper. She glanced for the book, looking for the picture off. The main character Go out Well, I often glanced to the wanted notices in newspapers and that she Waas. I found her, paid the bay four and we started going out. Go out, means date. Have a romantic relationship with someone. Here's some examples. We went out a couple of times, but it was all I've been going out with your sister for a couple of months Now. Pick up tenor. How you picked her out. That's good. Pick someone up. Means end or informally into conversation or companionship with someone you previously didn't know. Some examples. I think I know the girl he picked up in the park. Hey, picked her up in a bar. Ask out When I first asked her out. She just turned me away so he had to kidnap her. Ask someone out. Means ask someone to go on the date. Some examples. Are you going to ask me out? He liked her very much, but it took quite a long time until he finally decided to ask her out. Turn away. When I first asked her out, she just turned me away so I had to kidnap her. Turned someone away. It means refused to allow someone to end replace. Here's some examples. She didn't even open the door. Just turned me away. Don't turn away. I'm homeless. Thousands of immigrants are turned away each year full out. Next we fell out over her dowry. Her family refused to pay the dowry. Can you imagine that? So I had to break up with her. If allowed Meas have an argument Some examples. We often fell out over money. Where did you fall out with your brother again? Break up next We fell out over her dowry. Her family refused to pay the dowry. Can you imagine that? So I had to break up with her break up means and a romantic relationship. Marriage, etcetera. Here's some examples. After dating her for years, he finally broke out with her. My sister and her boyfriend just broke up. Make up anyway. You then made up, didn't you? So what happened next? May God means become friendly again. After being angry. Some examples They quarreled quite often, but Danley always made up. He kicked him and they started fighting. As far as I know, he hasn't made Abu name yet. And now that you know all these favors, let's have a look at the data again. With an Jumla having left the Czech about the families and bring up the subject of Gem line flags Marriage. I'm the flak. You and and Jumla get along very well. I love romantic stories. How did you two meet in the first place? Well, he often glanced through the wanted notices in newspapers. And there she waas. I found her, paid the Baver and we started going out. Tell her how you picked her up. That's good. When they first asked her out, she turned me away. So I had to kidnap her. How romantic. What happened next? Next? We fell out over her dowry. Her family refused to pay the dowry. Can you imagine that somebody had to break up with her? There is no dowry in our culture, is there? Oh, really? Isn't her. Anyway, You made up, didn't you? So what happened next? I'm tired. I'll tell you tomorrow. I promise 43. Uncle Flack Takes Up His Story: as promised, Uncle Flag goes into a story again. So, ankle flak, you promised to continue a story. Bree's house? Yeah, sure. So they start the story over will take it up where I left off. Uncle Flak asks What happened after you made up. I hope you finally managed to get through all the difficulties. Briefs out. Well, not really. And Jungle went to prison and he got out of touch for some time as time passed were growing apart and everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again. But then one day when I was looking through the mail, there was a letter from her. And then we kept up the covers pundits until she was released from prison. I'm really impressed that you managed to iron out all the difficulties and finally getting married. Briefs ass. Yeah, we had to look. Ahab is passionate when panto was born. Now look, the weather is beautiful. Let's go for a walk, Uncle Fox asked. Now there's some interesting phrase of hers. Let's have a leg as promised uncles, like ghosts into his story again, go into something means talk about the details of something today. Start the story over start over Means began doing something again. Or take it up where I left off. Take something up means continue something after you stop. Live off means stop before finishing a story. Conversation, etcetera I hope you finally managed to get through all the difficulties Get through Something means have the experience of living through something difficult, dangerous etcetera and jam allow into prison And we got out of touch for some time. Get out of touch me and stopped communicating with each other as time passed were growing apart. Grow apart. Means become less friendly or emotionally close as time passes. And everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again, right? Someone, something off means consider someone or something to be lost. Helpless, unimportant etcetera get together. Means begin to have a romantic relationship. But then one day but I was looking through the mail. There was a letter from error. Look through. Something means look at the different parts of a collection or group of things. And then we kept the cars pundits until she was released from prison. Keep something up means continue doing something. I'm really impressed that you managed to iron out all the difficulties and finally getting married. I am something out means find a solution to something. Yeah, we had to. The jihad is passionate. When Pantai was born, Luca had means think about what would happen in the future. And now let's have a look at all these friends of herbs. One by one, go into as promised Uncle Flag goes into his story again. You're into Something means talk about the details of something. Here's some examples. The big goes into the causes of the war. I know you want to know all the circumstances of the accident, but I just don't want to go into it right now. Start over. Yeah, sure. Today's tell the story over or take it up where he left off. Start over. Means begin doing something again. Here are some examples There are too many mistakes in your homework. I'm afraid you'll have to start over. They decided to leave everything, go to America and start over. Take up. Yeah, sure. Chile's told the story over or take it up where I left off. Take something up Means continue something after you stop. Some examples you can take out of the book on page 84. We had an accident, but now you're ready to take up our journey. We left off. Leave off. Yeah, sure. Today's told the story over. We're taking up where I left off. Leave off means stop before finishing a story. Conversation at Sandra. Some examples. Let's begin. Rule at off. I don't remember where I left off so I wouldn't have to start over. Get through what happened after you made up. I hope you finally managed to get through all the difficulties. Get through. Something means have the experience of living through something difficult, dangerous, etcetera. Some examples. It was a very difficult time in our company, but we got through it. How did you manage to get through the college? You can't even multiply. Small numbers get out of touch. Well, not really. And jam low into prison. And he got out of touch for some time. Get out of touch. Means top communicating with each other. Some examples. I didn't know if he's still alive. We got out of touch years ago. Do you know her address? We got out of touch a few years ago and I have to talk to her now grow apart as time passed were growing apart and everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again. Grow a part of me has become less friendly or emotionally close. As time passes some examples, he and his wife have grown apart over the years. You used to spend all the time together. When and why did you begin to grow apart right off as time passed were growing apart and everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again, right? Someone or something Off means consider someone or something to be lost. Hopeless, unimportant, etcetera. Here are some examples I wrote this job off because I would have to move to another country . I wouldn't ride them off just yet. I think they still have a chance if they work hard enough. I used to like her, but after she did what she did, I wrote her off as a friend. Get together as time passed, re growing apart and everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again get together. Means begin to have a romantic relationship. Some examples we first got together in college. I like you both, and I'm really glad we got together, Nick through. But then one day while I was looking through the mail, there was a letter from her. And then we kept of the correspondence until she was released from prison. Look through. Something means look at the different parts of a collection or group of things. Here's some examples. I looked through all his letters and I didn't find the one I was looking for. You should look through all your books. The one you borrowed from me must be somewhere keep up. But then one day when I was looking through the mail, there was a letter from her. And then we kept up the correspondence until she was released from prison. Keep something up. Means continue doing something. Some examples. You have to keep up the good work. I just didn't want to keep up the strange relationship. And I left iron out. I really impressed that you managed to are not all the difficulties and finally getting married. I am something out means find a solution to something. Some examples. They broke up because they were able to turn out all the differences. It's still very confusing, but I'm trying to iron things out you get had. Yeah, we had to look ahead, especially when Ponta was bored. Now look, the weather is beautiful. Let's go for a walk. Luca had means think about what would happen in the future. Here are some examples It's been a great vacation. And looking ahead, we're planning to come back next year. I know you like your soccer curie year, but you have to do. They had you're 36 years old And now that you know all these Fraser firs, that's how they got days dialogue again as promised, ankle flag goes into his story again. So, ankle flak, you promised to continue a story. Yeah, sure. Let's start the story over will take it up where I left off. What happened to made up? I hope you finally managed to get through all the difficulties. Well, would really and General went to prison and we good out of touch for some time as time passed were growing apart and everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again. But then one day when I was looking through the mail, there was a letter from her and then we kept up a correspondence until she was released from prison. I'm really impressed that you managed to iron out all the difficulties and finally getting married. Yeah, we had to look a had. Especially when Panda was born. Now look, the weather is beautiful. Let's go for a walk. 44. No Need To Check In, No Need To Check Out: So now they're walking on the island. Can you see the islands over there? This is our destination. My people are coming with the tickets, so it better pick up which island exactly are going to for the asks the father one is much better. I'm the flag responds. Oh, I can actually make out the difference. When are we supposed to check in at the hotel for the asks. That's the good news. We're not going to stay at a hotel. Imagine that. No checking in. No checking out, doesn't it? Sound grade. So what you're saying is that we're going to come out under the stars, right? What are you going to do on the island? And what do we need the tickets for? For the asks, The tickets are for the ship. I'm good flag response. You must get there somehow. There's plenty to do. Panda. Sas weaken. Go around to all the corners of the island. You must stay off the beach dough if you don't want to be washed away by the huge waves. Ponte is right, Uncle Flag says Looks like you have your heart set on going there. Yeah, We can't wait. Borg's ass. Now let's look at the phrase livers. My people are coming with the tickets so we'd better pick up peg Japanese, gather things together so that you can take them with you. Oh, I can actually make out the difference. May got means See and identify with difficulty or effort when are supposed to check in at the hotel. Chicken means report to someone when you arrive at the place to let them know you are there . Imagine that. No checking in, no checking out. Doesn't it sound great? She got means leave and pay for your room at a hotel motel, etcetera. So what you're saying is that we're going to camp out under the stars, right? Can out mean sleep outdoors, usually in a tent. There's plenty to do. We can go around to all the corners of the island. Go around, means go to different places. We must take off the beach, though we don't want to be washed away by the huge waves. Stay off. Something means avoid something, not go on something wash away means Kenny way by the movement of water. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs one by one peg up. Can you see the islands over there? These are destination. My people are coming with the tickets so we'd better pick up. Pick up means gather things together so that you can take them with you. Here's some examples I pegged up quickly and left. The soldiers told me I only had 10 minutes to pick out my personal things and leave the house make out. Oh, I can't actually make out the difference. When are we supposed to check in at the hotel? May God means see and identify with difficulty or effort. Some examples. I could make out a car through the fog. The tide was huge, but it couldn't quite make out the rial amount of water. Chicken? Oh, I can actually make all the difference when I was supposed to check in at the hotel. That's a good news. We're not going to stay at a hotel. Imagine that. No checking in. No checking out. Doesn't it sound great? Chicken means report to someone. When he arrived the place to let them know you are there. Here's some examples. Passengers must chicken one hour before the flight leaves. We can wait on the beach because gas can't again before two PM Check out. That's the good news. We're not going to stay at the hotel. Imagine that. No checking in. No checking out, doesn't it? Sound grade. She got. Means leave and pay for your room at a hotel, motel, etcetera. Some examples. I checked out of the hotel and went to the airport. Rematch. Check out before 10 a.m. Can About. So what you're saying is that we're going to camp out under the stars, right? What are we going to do on the island? And what do we need The tickets for Kemp out means sleep outdoors, usually an attempt. Here are some examples You're gonna love it. We're going to camp out under the stars. Thousands of fans camped out to get tickets for the concert in the morning. Go around. There's plenty to do. We can go around to all the corners of the island. You must stay off the beach, though if you don't want to be washed away by the huge waves, go around. Means go to different places. Here are some examples. They go around together to lots of museums. They love the orange. We didn't have a TV, so I often went around to my friend's homes toe Watch a movie. Stay off. There's plenty to do. We can go around to all the corners of the island. We must stay off the beach, though if you don't want to be washed away by the huge waves. Stay off. Something means avoid something, not go on something. Some examples. It told me to stay off the grass. We agreed to stay off the subject of her health. Wash away. There's plenty to do. We can go around to all the corners of the island. You must stay off the beach, though if you don't want to be washed away by the huge waves. Wash away means carry away by the movement of water. Some examples there waves washed our footprints away. The flood washed away the bridge. Have your heart set on something. Plant is right. Looks like you have your heart set on going there. Have your heart set on. Something means want something very much. Some examples. She has her heart set on new dress. I had my heart set on joining the team and nothing else mattered down and Now with all these freight of herbs covered. Let's have a look. A days again. Can you see the islands over there? This is our destination. My people are coming with the tickets. So we'd better pick up which island exactly are we going to the father? One is much better. Oh, I can actually make out the difference. What are we supposed to check in at the hotel? That the good news? We're not going to stay at hotel. Imagine that. No checking in. No checking out, doesn't it? Sound grade. So what you're saying is that we're going to camp out under the stars, right? What are you going to do on the island? And what do we need the tickets for? The tickets are for the ship. You must get her somehow. There's plenty to do. We can go around to all the corners of the island. We must stay off the beach, though if you don't want to be washed away by the huge waves. Plant is right. Looks like you have your heart set on going there. Yeah, we can Wade 45. Something Must Have Come Up: they get the tickets and last and are ready to go. But the ship isn't coming. Angle Flag. The sheep should have arrived an hour ago for us. As you're right, Frida, something must have come up. I can you see the ship? I'm flock asks. No, there's no sign of it. Access. Maybe the weather conditions are holding it up. Pompous ass. It's sunny here, but maybe stormy out there on the sea. Yeah, maybe Uncle Flax ass. Anyway, you may be wondering why I'm so wrapped up in these trip. Well, it may be our last chance to visit the island. I had for gotten what my geography teacher told us one day. But then it all came back to me. And although there were lots of other options, I settled on these destination. What do you mean, Uncle Flak? Bork asks What did your geography teacher tal you the other day? Looking back to my school days, I remember how our teacher kept telling us that one day these islands would go down in an earthquake. Uncle Flak south. Fortunately, earthquakes are not very frequent here. The last one was like 40,000 years ago. So it's extremely unlikely to happen now. It would be really bad luck, wouldn't it? Now for something interesting phrase lovers, let's have a look at them now. Something must have come up, come up means occur in usually a sudden or unexpected way. Maybe the weather conditions are holding it up. Hold up means delay. Stop or slow the movement, progress or action of something or someone. Anyway, you may be wondering why I'm so wrapped up in this trip they ripped up in something means before they involved or interested in something I had for gotten with my geography teacher told us one day. But then it all came back to me. Come back means returned to someone's memory. Although there are lots of other options. I settled on this destination. Settle on something means choose something after thinking about other possible choices. Looking back to my school days, I remember how our teacher kept telling us that one day these islands would go down in an earthquake. Look back means think about something in the past. Go down in an earthquake, go down main, sink into the water, and now let's have a look at all these Fraser verbs one by one. Come up. You're right, Frida. Something must have come up. I can. You see the ship commode means occur and usually a sudden or unexpected way. Here's some examples. Unfortunately, some problems have come up. Something has come up and they won't be able to see you tomorrow. Hold up. Maybe the weather conditions are holding it up. It's sunny here, but it may be stormy out there on the sea. Hold up. Means delay. Stop or slow the movement. Progress or action of something or someone. Here are some examples. An accident would hold traffic up for hours. Sorry I'm late, honey. I was held up in the meeting with my manager rub up? Yeah, maybe. Anyway, you may be wondering why I'm so wrapped up in these trip We're up up in something means before they involved or interested in something. Here are some examples. I was completely wrapped up in the movie, so I didn't hear the burglars in the attic. He's wrapped up in this project and is continuously talking about it. Come back. I had forgotten what my geography teacher told us one day, but then it all came back to me. and although there were lots of other options, I settled on these destination Come back means returned to someone's memory. Here's some examples. I have to have gotten a lot of what I learned, but it's all coming back to me now. Bad mammaries are coming back to me again, said Lawn. I had for gotten one. My geography teacher told us one day, but then it all came back to me. And although there were lots of other options, I settled on this destination. Settle on something means choose something After thinking about other possible choices, let's have a look at some examples. I wasn't sure what to buy for her, but it finally settled on a book. After months of heated debate, we finally settled on a plan. Look back. Looking back to my school days, I remember how our teacher kept telling us that one day these islands would go down in an earthquake. Look back means think about something in the past. Some examples. Looking back to my school days, I feel a little ashamed. I look back on my youth with a lot of pride. Go down looking back to my school days. I remember how our teacher kept telling us that one day these islands would go down in an earthquake. Go down means sink into the water. Here are some examples The detainee went down after hitting an iceberg. This should have prevented the shape from going down. And now let's have a look at the Dalek again. They get a ticket at last and are ready to go. But the ship isn't coming. Uncle Flak! The sheep should have arrived an hour ago. You're right, Frida. Something must have come up like. Can you see the ship? No, there's no sign of it. Maybe the weather conditions are holding it up. It's sunny here, but it may be stormy out there on the sea. Yeah, maybe. Anyway, you may be wondering why and so wrapped up in this trip. Well, it may be our last chance to visit the island. I had forgotten what my geography teacher told us one day, but then it all came back to me. And although there were lots of other options, I settled on these destination. What do you mean up Aflac one. Did your gender of a teacher tell you the other day looking back to my school days. I remember how our teacher kept telling us that one day these islands would go down in earthquake. Fortunately, earthquakes are not very frequent here. The last one was like 40,000 years ago. Some. It's extremely unlikely to happen now. It would be really bad lock, wouldn't it? 46. Wading Through Water: five minutes later, a terrible earthquake strikes the ship and the two islands go under. This is really bad Lock, Uncle Flax House. The earthquake set off a tsunami. Watch out! Their ways have broken off. Lots of branches. They are everywhere. Find this ass. Yeah, The beach has been washed out by the water. But I think that time is slowly dying down Bork's ass. We have to wade through the water inland from the sea. I access. I can't believe the islands have gone away. I want so much to visit them under flax as it got it down. Dad, I can see that Pandas house. It's kind of bombing me out, too, but there's nothing we can do about it. Fire. There's some phrase of herbs. The ship and the two Adams go under you under means sink below the surface of the water. The earthquake set off a tsunami. Saidov means cost something to start or happen. Trigger something. Watch out. Their ways have broken out. Lots of branches break off. Means cause something to become separated because of force or violence. Yeah, The beach has been washed out by the water. Washout means damage or carry away something by the force of moving water, but I think that tight is slowly dying down. Died down, has gradually become less strong. We have to wade through the water inland from the sea way through. Something means move or proceed with difficulty through something. I can't believe the islands have gone away. Go away means stop existing or happening and it got you down there. I can see that get someone down means cost someone to become sad or depressed. It's kind of bombing me out, too, but there's nothing we can do about it. I'm out. Means cause someone to feel sad or disappointed. And now let's have a look at all these phrase lovers. One by one, go under. Five minutes later, a terrible earthquake strikes the sheep and the two islands go under. Go under means seeing below the surface of the water. Here's some examples. The boat was struck by a shark and went under All our men of war went on during the battle set off. This is really bad. Lock The earthquake set off a tsunami. Sadok means cost something to start or happen. Trigger something. For example, the fire in the armory said of an explosion. The incident in the TV show set off a debate about how public money should be spent. Break off, watch out! The ways have broken off. Lots of branches. They are everywhere. Break off means cause something to become separated because of force of violence. Some examples the Vandals broke off the hat of this tattoo. I accidentally broke off the knob. Washout? Yeah, the bitch has been washed out by the water. But I think that tight is slowly dying down or shout means damage or carry away something by the force of moving water. Some examples The flooding river almost washed out of the house is near its banks. The flood washed Are the bridge died down? Yeah, the bitch has been washed out by the water. But I think the tide is slowly dying down. Died down Means gradually become less strong. Some examples I think the wind is dying down. We can go now. He stuck talking and waited for the noise to die down. Where'd through? We have to wade through the water inland from the sea. Wait through something means move or proceed with difficulty through something Some examples we had to way through the crowd to get to our own house. It did the police and months to wade through all the evidence. Go away. I can't believe the islands have gone away. I wanted so much to visit them. Go away means tough, existing or happening, and some examples. He did everything he could, but the pain still didn't go away. If you don't protect the environment better, Ah, lot of species will just go away. Get down. It got you down that I can see that it's kind of bombing me out, too, but there's nothing we can do about it. Get someone down means customers to become sad or depressed. For example, the rainy weather is really getting me down. I know it always gets you down where they mentioned your late sister bum out it got it down that I can see that it's kind of bumming me out, too, but there's nothing we can do about it. Bum out means custom one to feel sad or disappointed. Some examples you're so bombing the odd. Now the news of her death really bummed me out. And now, with all these Fraser verbs covered Let's holic today's dialogue again. Five minutes later, a terrible earthquake strikes the ship and the two Adams go under. This is really bad luck. The earthquake set off a tsunami. Watch out. Their ways have broken off. Lots of branches. They are everywhere. Yeah, The beach has been washed out by the water, but I think the type is slowly dying down. We have to wade through the water and then from the sea. I can't believe the islands have gone away. I wanted so much to visit them. It got you down that I can see that it's kind of bombing me out, too, but there's nothing we can do about it. 47. Carry On, Uncle Flack: Dad. I know it's hard to get over it. You don't have to keep bagger emotions kind. This ass punt is right. Why don't you just cry out? What do you feel? Frida's house? In my opinion, this island towers over those two. Find this ass. You're right, Uncle Flax ass. We must carry on as best we can. That problem is we've used up all our food supplies. There's plenty of food here we can tap into it at will. Ponder SAS. Yes, Panta. Well, you tower over us all, so I'm going to trade on your scale at finding fruits high in the trees. Uncle flocks as well. And let that tall pandas as so Let's stand up and move on. You must find something to aid. No. Here's some interesting phrase. Overs. Let's have a look at them now, Dad. I know it's hard to get over it. Get over. Something means stop fitting. Unhappy about something you don't have to kitbag your emotions. Kitbag means not allow something to appear or be known. Pant is right. Why don't you just cry out? Where do you feel cry? Art means speak in a loud voice in my opinion. This island towers over those two. And here. Well, you tower over us all. Tower over. Something means be much taller, better or more important than something. So here it means to be much better towers over those to this. Adam is better than those two. Here, you tower over us old. This means be much taller. Panta is much taller than anyone else. You're right. You must carry on as best we can carry on means continue despite problems. The problem is we've used up all our food supplies. Use up means take all of something from a supply. There's plenty of food here we can tap into it that well, tap into something means take or use money, knowledge, etcetera from a source. Well, you tower over us all, so we're going to trade on your skill at finding fruits high in the trees. Trading something means use something in a way that helps you get an advantage from something. So let's tend up and move on. Stand up means move onto your feet from a sitting. A low position move on means go on to a different place. Subject activity, etcetera. And now let's have a look at all these. Fraser's one by one. Get over Dad. I know it's hard to get over it. You don't have to keep back your emotions. Get over. Something means stop fitting. Unhappy about something. Here are some examples I'm disappointed about that, but I'll get over it sooner or later. It was very difficult for her to get over her friend's death. Keep back, Dad. I know it's hard to get over it. You don't have to keep bad. Your emotions hit bag means not allow something to appear or be known. Here are some examples. When she saw the victims, she had to struggle to keep back her two years. Why did you keep this information back from us? Cry out Pant is right. Why didn't you just cry out? What you feel crowd means pick in a loud voice. Here are some examples They were crying out to me, but I was too far away from them to hear. She felt helpless, so she just cried out for help. He didn't know what to do. So he just cried out that he hated them all. Tower over. In my opinion, this island towers over those two Yes, Panta. Well, you tower over us all. So we're going to trade on your skill at finding fruits high in the trees. Tower over. Something means be much taller. Better or more important than something. Here are some examples. Your intellect towers over mine. So it's up to you what we should do next. You're quite tall, but your son is going to tower over. You soon. Carry on. You're right. We must carry on as best we can. That problem is we've used up all our food supplies. Carry on. Means continue despite problems. Some examples. This situation seemed hopeless, but she had to carry on. I know it's hard for you, but we all have to carry on use up. You're right. We must carry on as best we can. That problem is we've used up all our food supplies. Use up means take all of something from a supply. Some examples. I want some money, but then, is it up very quickly. What happens to a diver who has used up all the air in her scuba tank tap into? There's plenty of food here we can tap into it and well, tap into something means take or use money knowledge at said Rock from a source. Some examples We have accident teachers and our students can tap into their expertise. More and more businesses are beginning to tap in today's market trade on Yes, Panta. Well, you tower over us all, so we're going to tread on your skill at finding fruits high in the trees. Trading something means you something in a way that helps you get an advantage from something. Here's some examples. I want to get his job in an honest way and not just trade on my old connections. She hasn't achieved much, but she's been trading on her father's name all her life. Stand up. Well, I'm not that tall, so let's stand up and move on. You must find something to eat. Stan Dabney's move onto your feet from a sitting, although position some examples. When he noticed his old teacher entered the room, he immediately stood up and greeted him. He stood up to open the door. Move on. Well, I know that tall, So let's end up and move on. We must find something to eat. Move on. Means go on to a different place. Subject activity etcetera. Some examples. I was tired of these job, so I moved on to new one. Let's leave it as a days and move on. Now with all the phrase of herbs covered. Let's have a look. A day's dialogue again. Dad. I know it's hard to get over it. You don't have to keep bag or emotions. Pant is right. Why don't you just cry out? Where do you feel? In my opinion, this island towers over those two. You're right. We must carry on as best we can. The problem is, we've used up all our food supplies. There's plenty of food here. We can tap into it and well, yes, Panta. Well, you tower over us all, so we're going to trade on your skill at finding fruits high in the trees. Well, I'm not that tall, so let's stand up and move on. We must find something to eat 48. Nothing Good to Stave Off Hunger: the par through the dance vegetation. To find some food, we must find something to stave off hunger. Borg SAS. The trees are giving off a very pleasant smell, but it can feed off smell. Uncle Flak size. I think I've come across some fruit on the topmost branch. Freed Asada's We must cut down the tree. What's come over you, Mom? Brie asks. Why don't we just cut off the branch? No, wait there for it just to go off and freeway. Frida SAS. Mommy. These were birds, not fruit. Looks like we'll have to make do with some leaves. Uncle Flak size. Now let's have a look at the friends of herbs that you can see here. They part through the dance vegetation to find some food, pa through something means surged by using your hands and awkward or count is way, we must find something to stave off hunger. Stave off means kids something away, usually for a short time. The trees are giving off a very pleasant smell. Give off means send light energy etcetera out from a source, but it can feed off smell. I feed off. Something means gain strength, energy or support from something. I think I've come across some fruit on the topmost branch, come across something means find something by chance. We must cut down the tree. Cut down means remove a tree or bush by cutting through its trunk or base. What's come over you, mom, come over. Someone means affect someone in a sudden and strong way. Why don't we just cut off the branch? Qaddafi's removed by cutting. No, wait there. Fruit just took off and free away. Take off means begin to fly. Flyway means going away by flying. Looks like we'll have to make do with some leaves. Make do this means proceed or do what you can with the things that you have, even though we do not have what you want. And now that's how they get all these Fraser verbs. Why don't they want part through? They path with dance vegetation to find some food, pa. Through something means search by using your hands in an awkward or Kalas way. Some examples. She was pawing through her purse to find her lipstick. I pause through my backpack to find something word to wear stave off. We must find something to stave off hunger stave off means kids something your weight usually for a short time. Some examples After his last concert, which was a disaster he was trying to stave off his fans. For how long do you think you will be able to stave off bankruptcy? Give up The trees are giving off a very pleasant smell, but we can feed of smell. Give off means sent wide energy, etcetera out from a source. Here's some examples This targets are very dim. Light. The chimney is giving off white smoke. What does it mean? Feed off? The trees are giving off a very pleasant smell, but we can feed off. Smell fit off. Something means gain strength, energy or support from something. Some examples The politician fed off the crowd's enthusiasm, his faith and off the miracle he had witnessed. My passion is fitting off your passion come across. I think I've come across some fruit on the topmost branch. We must cut down the tree, come across something means find something by chance. Here are some examples I came across this falter When I was tidying up my room. The detective came across some new evidence cut down. I think I've come across some fruit on the topmost branch. We must cut down the tree cut down is removed a tree or bush by cutting through its tranquil bays. Some examples the true was evidently Dad. So he cut it down. They cut down this forest in order to build houses there. Come over What's come over you Mom, why don't we just cut off the branch? Come over. Someone means affect someone in a satin and strong way. Here are some examples as sudden feeling off sadness came over her. It's hard to explain his behavior. No, I'm knows what's come over him lately. Cut off What's come over you Mom, why don't we just cut off the branch? Cut off means removed by cutting. Here's some examples. There was an accident. The machine cut off his left hand. Everybody kept telling him he looked old so I finally decided to cut off his beard. Take off! No, wait there Fruit just to go off and fairway Takeoff means begin to fly. Here are some examples The plane to go off at three PM The moment I like best is when the plane takes off. Fly away. No, wait! The fruit just took off and flew away. Flyway means go away by flying. Here's some examples He wanted to catch the bird, but he threw away the butterfly, said on the flower for some time and then freely make do. Looks like we'll have to make do it some leaves make do means proceed or do what you can with the things that you have, even though we do not have what you want. Some examples. I know you wanted the car for Christmas, but for now you'll have to make do with the bike. I'm afraid you should add some merger, um, to the meat. But if you don't have any, you just have to make do without it. And now let's have a look at all these sentences again. They part with the dance vegetation. To find some food, we must find something to stave off hunger. The trees are giving off a very pleasant smell, but we can feed off smell. I think I've come across some fruit on the topmost branch. We must cut down the tree. What's come over you Mom, why don't we just cut off the branch? No, wait there. Fruit just took off and flew away. Mommy, these were birds, not fruit. Looks like we'll have to make do with some leaves. 49. Uncle Flack Lets Borg In On A Secret: Finally, they managed to get hold of some coconuts. After eating them all up, they decided to explore the island. Hey, look, it's getting dark. I think this is a good place to stop off for the night. Uncle Flag sas Good. I'm tired. And the fact maybe you could tell us one of those stories of yours. Borg asks. I think I can let you in on a secret. I'm the flak sas. You know what these aren? Is called? Yes, Groans Island. Frida sows You sat Frieda, you know quite a lot about the legendary King Ron. What you don't know is that he was my father and boards. Grandfather. Uncle Flak says you don't say Grun was my grandfather board wonders. He really cared for you. Unfortunately, he had to go away. He came here and became king. It's a long story. All our family always looked up to him. How come? I never knew he was my grandfather. Bork's ass. He was a living legend. I mean, before he passed away. Fine. Let's have a look at the phrase of herbs now. Finally, they managed to get hold of some coconuts. Get hold of something. Means get possession of something succeed in getting something. After eating them all up, they decide to explore the island. It's something up means eight. All of something. Hey, look, it's getting dark. I think this is a good place to stop off for the night. Stop off means goal or stay Sammer briefly while traveling to another place. I think I can let you in on a secret. Let's someone in on the secret Means allows someone to know a secret he really curd for you . Care for someone means feel affection for someone. Unfortunately, he had to go away. Go a measly that place or person all our family always looked up to him. Look up to salmon, means respect and admire someone. I mean, before he passed away. Pass away means die. And now let's have a look at all these friends of herbs. One by one. Get hold of. Finally, they managed to get hold of some coconuts. After eating them all up, they decide to explore the island. Get hold of something, means get possession of something, succeed in getting something. Some examples. How did you get hold of that money? I hope you realize it's not yours. I managed to get hold of the tickets it up. Finally, they managed to get hold of some coconuts. After eating them a lop, they decided to explore the island. Eight. Something up means eight all of something. Here are some examples I know we don't like very much, but I didn't better ate it up because we're not going to eat anything before we reach our destination. He was so hungry that he said is there up before I had mine on my plate. Stop off! Hey, look, It's getting dark. I think this is a good place to stop off for the night. Stop off means go or stay. Sound were briefly while traveling to another place. Here are some examples I stopped off at this tour to get something to eat. I was traveling to Boston last week. I stopped off in New York to visit the city, letting on. I think I can let you in on a secret. We know what these Adam is called. Let someone in on the secret means Allow someone to know a secret. Here are some examples. I think I can let you in on a secret if you promise not to tell your mom? They let him eight on a secret and now they're regretted. Care for. He really cared for you. Unfortunately, he had to go away. He came here and became king. It's a long story. All our family always looked up to him. Care for someone means feed a faction for someone. Here are some examples. He never told her how much he cared for her. Now I know that you never really cared for me. I wish I had known before. Go away. He really occurred for you. Unfortunately, he had to go away. He came here and became king. It's a long story. All our family always looked up to him. Go away. Means lead a place or person. Here are some examples. Just go away and stop bothering me. She loves the little town where she was born. Why does she have to go away? You got to. He really cared for you. Unfortunately, he had to go a He came here and became king. It's a long story. All our family always looked up to him. Look after someone means respect and admire someone. Some examples. He always looked up to his wife. Your Children really look up to you. You're a great father. Pass away. How come? I never knew he was my grandfather. He was a living legend. I mean, before he passed away. Passed away means die examples. Her father passed away when she was only four. I have bad news. We're doing our best to save your friend. But unfortunately, he passed away. And now with all these friends of ribs covered, let's have a look at these dialogue again. Finally, they managed to get hold of some coconuts. After eating them all up, they decided to explore the island. Hey, look, it's getting dark. I think this is a good place to stop off for the night. Good. I'm tired. Uncle Flak. Maybe you could tell us what of those stories of yours? I think I can let you in on a secret. You know what this island is called? Yes. Once Island. You sat Frieda, you know quite a lot about the legendary King Ron. What you don't know is that he was my father and boards. Grandfather, You don't say run was my grandfather. He really cared for you. Unfortunately, he had to go away. He came here and became king. It's a long story. All our family always looked up to him. How common. Never knew he was my grandfather. He was a living legend. I mean, before he passed away. 50. Borg Gets Bogged Down: Frida and board insists on visiting runs Grave Help me. I good buck down Bork's ass. I had no idea. We have to deal with quick sound. Uncle Flax house. Looks like only you got trapped. Bored? This is because you walking too fast. I can't catch up with you. Bork's as going on vacation. Sometimes calls for physical fitness. Uncle Flax ass. I was planning to take you on long walks. And that's why it was vital for me that you be fit. We know the family of sunbathers. I always encourage him to slim down Frida Sas. But it keeps putting on weight instead. Is a glutton. Honey, why are you showing me up Borg's ass? You know, I'm trying hard to cut down on food. But it's not easy. Never mind freed us ass. Okay, Ponta on three re pool. Okay, that's a really good sound. Mcalary. Some phrase of hers. Frida and Bork insist on visiting grants. Grave insistent. Something means, say, or show that you believe that something is necessary or very important. Had may I Good, But down, back down means cost something to sing in the ground. I had no idea I would have to deal with quicksand. Deal with something means do something about something that causes a problem or difficult situation. This is because you're walking too fast. I can't catch up with you. Chop means move fast enough to join someone that is in front of you going on vacation. Sometimes cause for physical fitness called for something means require or demand something as necessary or proper. I always encourage him to slim down. Slimmed down means lose weight, but he keeps putting on weight instead. Padan means at two. Or increase the amount of something. Honey, why are you showing me up? Show someone happenings, embarrass someone. Do something that makes someone look foolish, Week, etcetera. You know, I'm trying hard to cut down on food, but it's not easy. Cut down on something means use less or do last of something. And now let's have a look at all these friends. Lovers, one by one insist on Frida and Bork insist on visiting grounds. Grave in system. Something means, say, or show that you believe that something is necessary were very important. Here are some examples she insisted on a higher salary. He insists on visiting Grandma brought down help! May I got bogged down? But down means cost something to sing in the ground. Here are some examples The vehicle Good bug down in deep mud. The Mars rover has been bucked down in san for about two months Now, deal with. I had no idea I would have to deal with quicksand. Looks like only you got trapped. Bored. Deal with something. Means do something about something that causes a problem or difficult situation. I would have to deal with this mass. Your dad with the problem very well. I wasn't able to deal with this situation anymore. Catch up. This is because you're walking too fast. I can't catch up with you. Catch up means move fast enough to join someone that is in front of you. Some examples she ran so fast, I just couldn't catch up. The little boy asked his mother to slow down so that he could catch up with her call for going on vacation. Sometimes cause for physical fitness. I was planning to take you on long walks and that's why it was vital for me, said, You befit you know the family of sunbathers Call for something means require or demand something as necessary or proper here. Some examples. The job cause for good analytical skills. The accident caused for further investigation. Slim down. I always encourage him to slim down, but he keeps putting on weight instead. Is a glutton. Slim down means lose weight. Some examples. It was very hard for her to slim down after pregnancy. You look really good. I think you have slimmed down since the last. Are you Padan? I always encourage him to slim down, but he keeps putting on weight instead. His a glutton. Padan means at two or increase the amount of something. Some examples. Let's put on some more wood. The fire is very low. She put on 20 kilograms after she gave up smoking. Show up. Honey, why are you showing me up? You know, I'm trying hard to cut down on the food, but it's not easy. Show someone happens, Embarrass someone, do something that makes someone look foolish. Week etcetera. Some examples you are deliberately trying to show me up. What's your problem? He lacks showing up his wife, but she doesn't occur. Cut down on honey, Why are you showing me up? You know I'm trying hard to cut down and food, but it's not easy. Cut down on something means use less or do last of something. Some examples I've cut down on smoking. Now I'm trying to give it up completely, He told his wife to cut down on her expenditures. And now that you know all these phrase lovers, let's have a look. A days again. Frida and Borg insist on visiting grounds. Grave help me. I got bogged down. I had no idea. We have to deal with quicksand. Looks like only you. The trap board. This is because you're walking too fast. I can't catch up with you going on vacation Sometimes calls for physical fitness. I was planning to take you on long walks. And that's why it was vital for me that you benefit. We know the family off sunbathers. I always encourage him to slim down. But he keeps putting on weight instead. He's a gladden. Honey, Why are you showing me up? You know I'm trying hard to cut down on food. What? It is that easy? Never mind. Okay, Panta on three with pool 51. Flack Enlarges On Gron’s Story: Here we are. My father was buried here. Uncle Flak sows. How did he become king off this island in the first place? Board wants to know he arrived here because word had gotten around that there was slavery year and he wanted to do away with it. I could black size. Would you kindly enlarge on that point on the flag? Borg insists. Sure. Grand found only three people on the island. They're all slaves. So he said them free, just in case. Then, as time passed, he himself wrecked up more and more power over them until he finally came out of the proposal to become their king. And they accepted, right? Why did he want to be a king for no one's to new? He wanted to come up in the social hierarchy I gas. But to be sure, you would have to dig him up and ask or clap his spirit. Pandas house. No, Panta. We shouldn't do that. Frida sas. Fine. Here are some interesting phrase avers. Let's have a look at them now. He arrived here because word had gotten around that there was slavery here. Get around me. Has become known by many people he wanted to do away with it. Do away with something means caused the end of something. Get rid of something. Would you? Kindly in large in that point, Uncle Flak in large and something. It's quite formal. It means gift mawr Information about something elaborate. Then, as time passed himself wrecked up more and more power over them until it finally came out of the proposal to become their king. Rig up something means achieve or get something as time passes, accumulate, come out with something. Means, say, or express something, such as an idea or proposal. He wanted to come up in the social hierarchy. I guess come up means move up in rank or status, but to be sure, it would have to dig him up and ask Dig up, means uncover or find by digging or call up his spirit cause someone happens, order or tell someone to come or appear someone, someone. And now let's have a look at all these Fraser's one by one. Get around. He arrived here because word had gotten around that there was slavery here, and he wanted to do away with it. Get around means become known by many people. Some examples, the news at bottled death going around quickly. This is secret information and really shouldn't get around de away. He arrived here because word had gotten around, but there was slavery here, and he wanted to do away with it. Do away with something means caused the end of something. Get rid of something. Here's some examples I have to do away with all those old magazines I have no Rimkus told them. I think you should do away with some of that junk. You don't need it anymore in large on, would you can get in large on that point on the flak, enlarge and something. It's quite formal. It means give more information about something elaborate. For example, could you enlarge on what he just sat? Please, I don't want to enlarge on. His decision is, in my business wreck up. Sure, Run found only three people on the island. They're all slaves. So he said them free, just in case. Then, as time passed, himself wrecked up more and more power over them until it finally came out of the proposal to become their king. Rig up something means at chief or get something. As time passes accumulate, for example, I always try to wreck up as many points as possible. When I play these game, my business is doing just fine. I wrecked up record sales this year, and it's only September come out sure. Run found only three people on the island. They're all slaves. So he said them free, just in case. Then, as time passed, he himself wrecked are more and more power or them until he finally came out of the proposal to become their king, come out with something. Means, say, or express something, such as an idea or proposal. Some examples. My boss came out with a new proposal for us all. She always comes out with an interesting idea that helps. I saw the problem. It was too much. I finally came out with it and told him what I really thought about it come up. He wanted to come up in the social hierarchy, I guess. But to be sure it would have to dig him up and ask. Come out means move up in rank or status. Here are some examples He had been an ordinary soldier for years, but then he came up through the ranks. I'm a person who came up through all the positions in this company, from janitor to director. Dig up. He wanted to come up in the social hierarchy I gas. But to be sure, you would have to dig him up and ask. Dig up means uncover or find By digging some examples they dug up at chest with gold coins . I must dig up this tree and move it to the other side of the garden. Call up or collapse. Spirit call someone happens order or tell someone to come reappear. Someone, someone. Some examples. The prisoner was called up before the judge. The authorities called him out again. He must answer some more questions. And now that's how they get all the sentences again. Here we are. My father was buried here. How did he become king off this island in the first place? He arrived here because word had gotten around that there was slavery here and he wanted to do away with it. Would you kindly in large on that point, Uncle Flak Sure. Run found only three people on the island. They're all slaves. So he said them free just in case. Then, as time passed, he and several up more and more power over them until he finally came out of the proposal to become their king. And they accepted, Right? Why did you want to be a king? He wanted to come up in the social hierarchy, I guess. But to be sure, it would have to dig him up and ask or call up his spirit. No, Panta, we shouldn't do that. 52. Scared Into Hiding: suddenly groans, goes, appears and tells him to dry up. He scares them into shoving off and hiding wherever they can. Listen to me, my son. The ghosts asked. You don't know the truth. Why I came here. Nice to see you again, Dad. What is the truth? Flag asks. It was your wife who drove me away. She had always looked down on me and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rest of the family. Oh, Dad, I had no idea. But she didn't put you out. Or did she? No. But when she learned of my money, she was trying to steal it. This is why I came here. I squirreled it away on this island. Where do you think Jum lies now? She's here on this island digging for my treasure. I am shaken up by what I heard. Looks like we must find her before she finds the money. Flak sows. Now some phrase of herbs suddenly groans. Ghost appears and tells them to dry up. Dry up means tough talking. Shut up! He scares them into shoving off and hiding wherever they can scare someone into something means cost someone to do something because of fear. Shove off means in either place. It was your wife who drove me away. Drive someone away, means costs or force someone to leave, especially by making her situation unpleasant. She had always looked down on me and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rise of the family. Look, Devon Salmon means think off or treats someone as unimportant or not worthy of respect. Fidan means belong in a particular situation. Plays or group. Oh, Dad, I had no idea, but you didn't but you out, would it? Shay brewed out means for someone to leave that place or situation. I squirreled it away On this island squirrel. Something away means put something in a safe or secret place. It's Pasha Lee so that it can be kept for future use. She's here on this island, digging for my treasure. Dick, for something means search for something by digging. I am shaken up, but what I heard shake someone up means shocked or frightened someone. And now let's have a look at all these Fraser's one by one, dry up suddenly groans. Ghost appears and tells them to dry up. He scares them into shoving off and hiding wherever they can dry up means tough talking. Shut up some examples. Dry up. I don't feel like listening to you. The police officer get angry and told her to dry up Scary into suddenly groans. Ghost appears and tells them to dry up. He scares them into shoving off and hiding wherever they can scare someone into something means cost someone to do something because of year. Some examples his mother's carried him into telling her the truth. Are you trying to scare me into paying you for protection? Shove off suddenly grounds goes to piers and test them to dry up. He scares them into shoving off and hiding wherever they can. Shove off means leave a place. Here's some examples. You must be tired, so I think it's time for us to shove off. He was trying to be nice, but she's told him to shove off, drive away. It was your wife who drove me away. She had always looked down on me and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rest of the family. Drive someone away means costs or force someone to leave is passionate by making a situation unpleasant. Some examples. I really wanted to stay, but her family situation just drove me away. Our new prices are driving customers. Who, a look down. It was your wife who drove me away. She could always looked down on May and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rise of the family. Look down on someone means think of or treat someone as unimportant or never worthy of respect. Here's some examples you shouldn't look down on her. Everything she has is a result of a hard work, and there's nothing she should be ashamed of. They look down on us because we're poor and they were rich, fit in. It was your wife who drove me away. She had always looked down in May and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rest of the family. Fidan means belong in a particular situation, place or group. Your son examples I can get to use to the city. I just feel like I don't fit in. I think this painting fits in well with the other ones. Brit out. Oh, Dad, I had no idea, but she didn't but you out Or did she brewed out means for someone to leave that place or situation? Here's some examples. He must have done something wrong because his wife booted him out last week. Our mayor good. Booted out of office after the affair was discovered. Squirrel away? No. But when she learned of my money, she was trying to steal it. This is why I came here. I squirreled it away on this island. Where do you think jam lies now? She's here in this island, digging for my treasure school. Something you wait means put something in a safe or secret place. Especially so that it can be kept for future. Use some examples. The parrots quarreled. A lot of gold away on the desert island. The jewels are squirreled away somewhere here. But no one really can remember where exactly. Deck four. No, But when she learned of my money, she was trying to steal it. This is why I came here. I squirreled it away on this island. Where do you think jam lies now? She's here in this island digging for my treasure. Dig for something in search for something. By digging some examples, the miners are digging for coal. I'm digging for the chest than my father buried in the backyard shakeup. I am shaken up by what I heard. It looks like we must find her before she finds the money. Shake someone. App means shocked or frightened someone. Some examples. She was shaken up when she saw her husband kissing another woman. The news should me up. And now, with all the calorie covered with all these friends of herbs covered, we cannot have. Look at this one more time. Suddenly groans Ghost appears and tells them to dry up. He scares them into shoving off and hiding wherever they can. Listen to me, my son. You don't know that shoes. Why I came here. Nice to see you again, Dad. What is the truth? It was your wife who drove me away. She had always looked down on me and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rise of the family. Oh, Dad, I had no idea. But she didn't budget out. Would h A No. But when she learned of my money, she was trying to steal it. This is why I came here. I squirrel it away on this island. Where do you think Jam lies now? She's here in this island, digging for my treasure. I'm shaken up by what I heard. It looks like we must find her before she finds the money. 53. What Flack and Jamla’s Marriage Boils Down To: some time later. Who? Shay's. So it's all true. Uncle Black Bork's at. Yeah, it just done in May that I had been deceiving myself into thinking that she loved me all those years. Uncle Flax as and she just wanted to get at your family fortune. Borg's as looks like all our marriage boys down Ted. He's one uncle flax ass, and I was wondering all the time how come she had the shovel on her in Light City. Frida Saz. Most people don't carry one right now. I finally cut on. Did she know she was marrying into, Well, the Falih. Maybe she really loved to you, and her greed only came out on top. When she found out that your father was reach, Borg asks, You're right Board. She married me before the truth about my father's fortune even came out. Flak sounds, so she must have loved me. I must be sure I'll ask her. Here's some interesting phrase of urge. It just don in May, but I had been deceiving myself into thinking that she loved me. All those years, Don and someone means begin to be understood or realized by someone for the first time they saving myself into thinking they see oneself into thinking means pretend in one's mind. And she just wanted to get at your family fortune. Get it something or get it. Someone means reach something or someone looks like all our marriage boys down Ted boiled down to something. Means have something as the main or basic part. Now I finally cut on catch on, Means learned or understand something. Did she know she was marrying into a wealthy family? Mary into Something means become a member of something such as a family group at cetera. They marrying someone? Maybe she wouldn't love to you and agreed, only came out on top when she found out that your father was rich. Come out on top means win a competition argument, etcetera. She married me before the truth about my father's fortune even came out commode. Means become known. And now let's have a look at all these phrase overs. One by one. Don on. Yeah, it just done in May that I had been deceiving myself into thinking that she loved me. All those years done and someone means begin to be understood or realized by someone for the first time. Here's some examples. The solution finally died on me. It was very simple. It's suddenly done in her that her friend had lied to her. They see oneself into thinking, Yeah, it just done May. But I had been deceiving myself into thinking that she loved me. All those years. They see oneself into thinking means pretend in one's mind. Here's some examples. It's no use deceiving ourselves into thinking that she will ever recover. He deceived himself into thinking that nothing would happen to anyone on the way to the erupting volcano. Get at. And she just wanted to get at your family fortune. Get at something or get it. Someone means reach something or someone. Some examples. It's too far away from us to get at unless you have a robe. The kids are trying to get the girl, but she managed to run away. Boiled down looks like all our marriage boys down to it. Bow down to something. Means have something as the main or basic part. Some examples. His speech bored down to some rude accusations. All our doubts were down to one thing. The high cost catch on, and I was wondering all the time. How come she had to shovel owner in Night City? Most people don't carry one right now. I finally cut on. Catch on. Means learned or understand something. Some examples. I know you can play chess. Just watch me play the first time and who quickly catch on. I didn't get the job when I first heard it by when I heard it again. I finally caught on Mary into Did she know she was marrying into where the family, Maybe she really laughed you and her agreed only came out on top when she found out that your father was rich Mary into something means become a member of something such as a family group, etcetera by marrying someone. Some examples. He used to work as a driver, but then him at Jane and married into the upper class. She always wanted to marry into a rich family. Come out on top. Did she know she was marrying into where the family, Maybe she really loved you and agreed only came out on top when she found out that your father was rich. Come out on top means win a competition argument, etcetera. Here are some examples. When they finished counting the votes, the other candidate came out on top. Don't worry, I'm sure will come out on top it. Practice more. Come out. You're right Board. She married me before the truth about my father's fortune even came out. So she must have loved me. I must be sure I'll ask her. Come out. Means become known. Some examples. It came out that he had never really wanted to marry her. The truth finally came out. And now, with all the phrase of herbs covered, let's have a look at the dialogue again. Here she is. So it's old True angle flak. Yeah, it just done on me that I had been deceiving myself into thinking that she loved me all those years and she just wanted to get at your family Fortune. Looks like all our marriage boys down to it. And I was wondering all the time how come she had the shadow on her in Night city. Most people don't carry one right now. I finally caught on. Did she know she was marrying into where the family maybe surely love to you and agreed only came out on top when she found out that your father was rich. You're right. Board. She married me before the truth about my father's fortune even came out. So she must have loved me. I must be sure I'll ask her. 54. Let’s Talk It Over: before Flag decides what to do. He wants to talk it over with his wife. Oh, hi, Flak. What are you doing here? I should ask you the same gem law. I think we have a problem year and it can just goes over it. What are you looking for? I wanted it to be a surprise, but that's fine. I'm looking for guns and money. I'm pretty sure it's hammer on this island. So it's true. You want the money? I have just one question. Why did you marry me? I didn't even know about my father's money. Then eat. You sure I didn't. I'm married you because I loved you, and I still do. We eked out a living from the little money we had, but we were happy together, remember? Yeah, I don't understand. Parents usually hand down the money to the Children. But he just left us out in his Well, he didn't like me to say the least. I don't want to run him down now that his dad, But whenever his saami, he always acted out his painful emotions. He was obsessed with the money. Yeah, Now I remember he never let anyone touch it. He thought everyone was trying to steal it. Not just you, everybody, but now he doesn't need the money anymore. We will all help you look for it now you have some interesting phrase. Others Let's have a look at them before Flag decides what to do. He wants to talk it over with his wife. I took something over means discussed something with someone in order to make a decision or reach an agreement. I think we have a problem here, and it can just gloss over it. Gloss over something. Means treat or describe something such as a serious problem or error. As if it were not important. We kicked out living from the little money we had, but we were happy together. Remember, take something out means get or achieve living a victory, etcetera with great difficulty. Yeah, I don't understand. Parents usually hand down their money to the Children, but he just left us out. In his will hand something down means past something from a person who's order, such as a parent to a person who is younger, such as a child. But he just left us out. In Israel, live out means not include or mention. I don't want to run him down now that his dad. But whenever he saw me, he always acted out His painful emotions Rundown means criticized in usually an Anna for way Act Out Means show that you are feeling a painful emotion by acting in ways they're not good or acceptable. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs. One by one, check over before Flag decides what to do. He wants to talk it over with his wife. Talk something over Means discussed something with someone in order to make a decision or reach an agreement. Here's some examples. It's a good offer, but we still have to talk it over. There's no need to hurry. We can talk it over with him. Bless over. I should ask you the same gem law. I think we have a problem here, and you can just gloss over it. What are you looking for? Goes over something means treat or describe something such as a serious problem or error, as if it were not important. How to get these examples, he glossed over the incident in the club. You can't bless over this issue. It's important to me. We count. Sure, I didn't. I married you because he loved you and has to do. We picked out a living from the little money we had, but you were happy together. Remember, Ik something out means get or achieve a living. A victory, etcetera with great difficulty. Some examples. The farmer eked out a living from his little form. It was hard, but we ate out a tiny profit after all. Hand down. Yeah, I don't understand. Parents usually hand down the money to the Children, but they just left us out. In his will hand something down means past something from a person who is older, such as a parent to a person for his younger, such as a child. Some examples. My mother ended the jury down to my sister. I got nothing the company was handed down from generation to generation. Leave out. Yeah, I don't understand. Parents usually hand down the money to the Children, but he just let us out in his will. Believe out means not include or mention some examples. We left out the most important part of the story. Her husband always leaves her out of the conversation run down. He didn't like me to say the least. I don't want to run him down now that his dad. But whenever he saw me, he always acted out. His painful emotions he was obsessed with the money run down means criticized in usually an Anna for away. Here's some example ish. Why are you running yourself down like that? You're young and smart. I thought he liked her, But last week I heard him running her down for something really trivial. Act out. He didn't like me to say the least. I don't want to run him down now that his dad. But whenever he saw me, he always acted out his painful emotions. He was obsessed with the money act out. Means show that you are feeling a painful emotion by acting in ways they're not good or acceptable. Some examples the girl was acting out her emotions in unacceptable way. I know you're angry but trying protect our your frustrations. And now, with all these phrase of herbs covered, let's have a look at the conversation between Djamel and her husband, Flak again before Flag decides what to do, he wants to talk. It over with his wife. Oh, hi, Flak. What are you doing here? I should ask you the same jam Le. I think we have a problem a year and you can just gloss over it. What are you looking for? I wanted it to be a surprise, but that's fine. I'm looking for runs money. I'm pretty sure it's summer on this island. So it's true. You want the money? I have just one question. Why did you marry me? I didn't even know about my father's money. Then did you? Sure I didn't. I am married. You because love to you and I still do. We kicked out living from the little mano a hat. But you were happy together, remember? Yeah, I don't understand. Parents usually hand down the money to the Children. But he just let us out in his will. He didn't like me to say the least. I don't want to run him down now that his dad. But whenever he saw me, he always acted out. It's painful emotions. He was obsessed with the money. Yeah, Now I remember he never let anyone touch it. He thought everyone was trying to steal it. Not just you, everybody. But now he doesn't need the money anymore. We're all help. You look for it. 55. Families Should Stick Together: germline flak. Want to clear out the misunderstandings? They turned two grand for an explanation. Okay, Flack, I admit the ghosts asked. I told you that because I wanted you to stop Jamela from finding my money. I just didn't want to part with it. Why? You don't need the money anymore, do you? I can't use it. Sure, but I like having it. My family is falling apart because of your money. I'm so sorry. I've been so selfish. Families should stick together as a ghost. I congrats. You wish. If this is your wish, I think I could fix you up with some of my money. As far as I know, ghosts have always granted three wishes, John. Loss As looks like they have been slacking off recently. I think you're mistaking Lee for a genie. The ghost answers. You may wish for something else, but I can grant you only one wish. Okay, I'm sorry. Jobless ass. I think we'll go with the money. And now let's have a look at all the fries avers that you can see here. Jim, Hand flock. Want to clear up the misunderstandings? Clear something up means make something clear by explaining it caused the end of something by talking about it or dealing with it. They turned two grand for an explanation. Turn to someone means go to someone for support information, etcetera. I just didn't want to part with it. Part of something means get up possession or control of something. My family is falling apart because of your money. Full apart means break into parts and usually a sudden and unexpected way. Families should stick together. Stick to gather, means continue to support each other. If this is your wish, I think I could fix you up with some of my money. Fix someone up with something. Means provide someone with something that is needed or wanted. As far as I know, girls have always granted three wishes. Looks like they have been slacking off recently. Slag off means do something with less effort or energy than you did it before. Become less active, forceful, etcetera. I think you're mistaking me for a genie, Miss, take someone or something for someone or something means identify someone or something, incorrectly. You may wish for something else, but I can grant you only one wish. Wish for something means hope. for something that usually can't. They had. Okay, I'm sorry. I think we'll go with the money. Go if something or go with someone. Means choose or use something or someone. And now let's have a look at all the phrase alerts. One by one, the rap Gemma and Flat want to clear up misunderstandings. They turned two chron for an explanation. Clear something up. Means make something clear by explaining it caused the end of something by talking about it or dealing with it. Here are some examples no one was able to clear up the mystery of the disappearing animals . She did all she could to clear out this problem quickly. Turn to gem line flag. Want to clear up the misunderstandings? They turned to grunt for an explanation. Turn to someone. Means go to someone for support information, etcetera. Some examples. I decided to turn to my parents for help When his parents died. He had no one else to turn to. What are you going to do if she turns to you for support hard ways? Okay, Flag, I admit I told you that because I wanted you to stop jam lot from finding my money. I just didn't want to part with it. Part of something means give up possession or control of something. Here are some examples He didn't want to part with his cozy apartment When he got married, he had to part with a large sum of money when his fraud was revealed. Fall apart. My family is falling apart because of your money. Full of part means break into parts in usually a sudden and unexpected way. Here are some examples. Don't touch this tattoo. If you do, it will probably fall apart. His family is falling apart and he doesn't know what else he could do to save it. Stick together. I'm so sorry. I've been so selfish. Families should stick together as a ghost. Aiken. Great. You wish. If this is your wish, I think I could fix you up with some of my money. Stick together. Means continue to support each other. Some examples. They were close France and always stuck together. For me, it's nothing special and helping you because I think sisters should stick together. Fix up. I'm so sorry. I've been so selfish. Family should stick together as a ghost. Aiken Grandi. A wish if This is your wish. I think I could think your ab with some of my money fix someone AB with something. Means provides someone with something that is needed or wanted some examples. I think I can fix you abou the car If you need to go to town, you can't go to the party like that. I have fixed you up with one of my dresses. Slack off, as far as I know goes. Have always granted three wishes. Looks like they have been slacking off recently. Slag off means do something with less effort or energy than you did it before. Become less active, Forceful, etcetera. Here's some examples. My online activity has been slacking off lately. This is because I now have a lot of other things to do. I was jogging regularly last year, but I've been slacking off recently. Miss, take four. I think you're mistaking me for a genie. You may wish for something else, but I can grant you a new one wish. Miss takes someone or something for someone or something means identify someone or something incorrectly. Some examples He looked at your brother. I always miss Take you for him. Are you twins. His eyesight is not so good anymore. Yesterday him He's took my umbrella for his walking stick. Wish for. I think you're mistaking me for a genie. You may wish for something else, but I can grant you only one wage wish for something means hope for something that usually can be. Had some examples she waste for a second chance. She couldn't wish for a better husband than Jake go with. Okay, I'm sorry. I think we'll go with the money. Go with something or someone means choose or use something or someone. Some examples. We needed one more player on our team. There were a few candidates, but eventually we decided to go with Judge Brown. She had two dresses to choose from. She went with a green one and the end of the day. And now that you know all these Fraser's let's have a look at this conversation again, General and flag went to clear Robbie misunderstandings. They turned two grand for an explanation. Okay, Flag, I admit I told you that because I wanted you to stop Jamela from finding my money. I just didn't want to part with it. Why? You don't need the money anymore. Do you? I can't use it. Sure, but they like having it. My family is falling apart because of your money. I'm so sorry. I've been so selfish. Families should stick together as a ghost. I can run JIA wish. If this is your wish, I think I could fix you up with some of my money. As far as I know Goes. Have always granted three wishes. Works like they have been slacking off recently. I think you're mistaking me for a genie. You may wish for something else, but I can grant you only one wage. Okay? I'm sorry. I think we'll go with the money. 56. Hunted Down: the police Finally y stop to the fact that the must be a tunnel under the city. You are. I knew that sooner or later I'd handed down the job. Sas It's Doctor, the judge and the police. The coming after us. Borg's ass, huh? Gotcha! Your car thieves! The doctor says it's time for up other case and put you all in prison. Grandpa, where are they afraid of you? Work asks because they can see May on the family members can. He goes answers. If the judge passes a jail sentence in us, it will amount to years. Borg Sas. I know what to do to go south. I sent you back to the time when it all started and you won't remember anything. But it must be a wish. So money or freedom? Only one wish I would opt for freedom. Borg's as you can Keep your money. And now let's have a look at the Fraser firs. The police finally wised up to the fact that the must be a tunnel under the city. Why is up to something? Means become aware of what is really happening. I knew that sooner or later I'd hunt you down hunt Someone down means find and capture. Someone is the doctor. The judge and the police were coming after us. Come after someone means chase. Someone tried to find or capture someone. You want to hurt a panish? It's time to rabbi of your case and put you all in prison. Rep. Op means finish or end. If the judge passes a jail sentence in us, it will amount to years. Amman to beans produce a total when edit together. I know what to do. I have sent you back to the time when it all started and you will remember anything Send back means sent to where something came from. It was before I would opt for freedom. Opt for something means choose one thing instead of another. And now let's have a look at all these phrase of herbs. One by one, wise up, the police finally wised up to the fact that the must be a tunnel under the city. Why is after something means become aware of what is really happening? Some examples I finally wised up to the fact that my wife was lying to me. It took me several months to wise up to it had down. You are. I knew that sooner or later I'd hunted down. Have someone down, means fine and capture someone. Here are some examples The burglars were hunted down three months after these told the jewels. It's difficult to hand the killer down because someone very influential is protecting him. Come after it's a doctor, the jobs and the police. They're coming after us. Kamakura. Someone means chase. Someone tried to find or capture someone. You want to harder. Panish examples. The police were coming after them, but they knew the city better. I think someone is coming after me. Where do they want rub up? Ha! Gotcha. Your car thieves. It's time to rub other case and put you all in prison. Rev. Up means finish your end. Some examples. When they saw the police officer, he quickly wrapped up their show. The meeting should rub up any minute now amount to. If the judge passes a jail sentence on us, it will amount to years. Amount to means produce a total when edit together. Examples. The bill amounted to $500. The number of students taking part in the experiment amounted to a few 100 send back. I know what to do. I have sent you back to the time when it all started and you wouldn't remember anything. But it must be your wish. So money or freedom? Only one wish Send back Mean sent to her. Something came from was before your son. Examples. Please sign the contract and send back to us. When the war was over, my parents send me back to school. Opt for I would opt for freedom. You can keep your money up for something means choose one thing instead of another examples . I like watching soccer on TV. But today I'd up for tennis. If you could choose between red and blue, which would you opt for? And now let's have a look at these dialogue again. The police finally wised after the fact that the must be a tunnel under the city. Here you are. I knew that sooner or later I'd hunt you down. It's the doctor. The judge and the police were coming after us. I got shot. Your car thieves. It's time to wrap our case and put you in prison. Grandpa. Were Are they afraid of you? Because he can see me only family members can. If the judge passes a jail sentence in us, it will amount to years. I know what to do. I have send you back to the time when it all started and you won't remember anything. But you must be a wish. So money or freedom? Only one wish I would opt for freedom. You can keep your money. 57. The Doctor Is Totally Thrown Off: groans. Ghost sends them all back to the moment. Just before Bork found the car. They don't remember anything. Hi, Doctor. How are you? Hi, my friend. I'm tuckered out. I hate getting of work so late. Oh, Doctor, you forgot to lock the door. And you love the key in the ignition. Oh, thank you, my dearest friend. I'm totally thrown off. It's been a long day. You're right. Someone could steal it. It's a nice car. Broke sass. It would be a pity. I wish we had a car too. We could go on the trip to Lied City. It's so beautiful. Hey, you can borrow it whenever you want. The doctor sas. It lends itself well to long trips. Thank you so much. We will. And now have a nice evening, Doctor fans, and send my heartful greetings to your charming wife, Frida. The doctor says now some phrase of hers. Hi, my friend. I'm tuckered out. Tech around means cost someone to become very tired. I hate getting off work so late. Get off. Means finish working and leave the place where you work. Oh, thank you. My dearest friend. I'm totally thrown off. It's been a long day throw off means cause someone to be confused or uncertain about where to go, what to do, etcetera. Hey, you can borrow it whenever we want. It lends itself well to long trips well under himself to something means be good or suitable for a purpose. And now that's have a look at all these Fraser verbs. One by one, tak around. Hi, my friend. I'm tuckered out. I had getting of work so late. Tech aroud means Casa one to become very tired. Some examples answering all those stupid questions tuckered me out. She's tuckered out by the hard work she had to do. Get off. Hi, my friend and tuckered out, I headed getting of work so late. Get Hoffman's finish working and leave the place where you were. Here's some examples. I usually get up early on Fridays, but this week I must take a bit longer. If you get of work a bit earlier, you have some time to do it. Throw off. Oh, thank you, my dearest friend. I'm totally thrown off. It's been a long day. You're right. Someone could steal it through of means cost amount to be confused or uncertain about word to go, what to do, etcetera. Some examples. She was thrown off during the interview by weird thoughts that she couldn't get rid of. I'm so sorry. I hardly avoid bumping into that car. This is because I was thrown off by the beautiful landscape on the right, well and oneself to Hey, you can borrow 80 when everyone's it landed self. Well, too long trips. Well, then oneself to something means be good or suitable for a purpose. Some examples your voice lends itself well to working in radio. These documents don't let themselves to this purpose. And now, with all these friends of herbs covered, let's have a look at these dialogue between Borg and the doctor again. Grunts go sends them all back to the moment. Just before Borg found the car, they don't remember anything. Hi, Doctor. How are you? Hi, my friend. I'm tuckered out. I had getting off work so late. Oh, Doctor, you forgot to lock the door and you left the key in the ignition. Oh, thank you. My dearest friend. I'm totally thrown off. It's been a long day. You're right. Someone could steal it. It's a nice car. It would be a pity. I wish we had a car too. We could go on a trip to Lied City. It's so beautiful. Hey, you can borrow it whenever you want. It lends itself well to long trips. Thank you so much. We will And now have a nice evening, Doctor fans, and send my heartfelt greetings to your charming wife, Frieda. 58. Section 4 Revision: And now let's have a look at all the adventures on the island again. We're Ari ankle flag, Borg asks. Gross Island. We're going to set up camp because I don't have the tickets yet. My people are working on it on the flag. SAS. Who are your people? Freedom wants to know these air death cell mates. Panta answers. Anyways, we have some time to launch around on the beach, so we're not going back on a promise. Uncle Flak, Borg asks. We're still going on vacation. Sure we are. In the meantime, I'll show you around the island. Did want I'm the flak Ciouse. Yes, sure, I heard a lot about the legendary King Grahn. Frida Sas. Where are we going to put out of the towns? We don't have any towns back answers. We can sleep in the cavern or on the beach with an Jamela, having left the Ted about the families and bring up the subject of Jumla and flags and marriage. Uncle Flak you had on John Locke get along very well. Briefs as I love romantic stories, How did you two meet in the first place? Well, I often glanced through the wanted notices in newspapers on the fact answers. And there she waas I found her, paid the bay four and we started going out. Tell her how you picked her up. That's good works ass. When I first asked her out, she has turned me away. So I had to kidnap her Uncle Flax house. How romantic. What happened next? Bree asks. Next we fell out over her dowry. Her family refused to pay the dowry. Can you imagine that? So I had to break out with her uncle. Flag answers There is no dowry in our culture. Is er free gas as Oh really? Isn't there hunger? Paksas? Anyway, you didn't made up, didn't you? So what happened next? Everyone's to new. I'm tired. I'll tell you tomorrow. I promise. Uncle Flax asked, as promised. I could That goes into his story again. So, Uncle Flak, you promised to continue your story briefs as Yeah, sure She just tied the story over. We're taking up where I left off Like Black asks what happened to made up. I hope you finally managed to get through all the difficulties re wanders well, not really and Jumbo into prison and we got out of touch for some time as time passed were growing apart and everybody was writing off our chances of getting together again. But then one day when I was looking through the mail, there was a letter from her. And then we kept up the cars pounds until she was released from prison. Uncle flag size I'm really impressed that you managed to iron out all the difficulties and finally getting married briefs as yeah, we head to the God is passionate and pant. I was born like answers. Now look, the weather is beautiful. Let's go for a walk. Can you see the islands over? Their flag asks. This is our destination. My people are coming with the tickets. So in better pick up. Which island exactly are we going to for? Dell wants to know the father one. It's much better flag answers. Oh, I can't actually make out the difference. Prius ass. When are we supposed to check in at the hotel? That's the good news, Uncle Flak sass. We're not going to stay at the hotel. Imagine that. No checking in. No checking out, doesn't it? Sound grade. So what you are saying is that We're going to Kim out under the stars, right. Prudent wonders. What are we going to do on the island? And what do we need the tickets for? The tickets are for the ship. We must together somehow, Uncle Flag answers. There's plenty to do. Panto sas. We can go around to all the corners of the island. We must stay off the beach, though, if you don't want to be washed away by the huge waves. Pant is right. Flax as looks like you have your heart set on going there. Yeah. We can't wade Borg's ass. They get the tickets at last and are ready to go. But the ship isn't coming. Uncle Flag! The sheep should have arrived in our ego. Frida Sas. You're right, Frida. Something must have come up. I can you see the ship? Uncle Flag asks. No, there's no sign of it. I access from the top of the tree. Maybe the weather conditions are holding it up. And the winners? It's sunny here, but it may be stormy out there on the sea. Yeah, maybe. Anyway, you may be wondering why and so wrapped up in this trip. Well, it may be our last chance to visit the island. Flax ass. I had forgotten what my geography teacher told us one day, but then it all came back to May. And although there were lots of other options, I settled on this destination. What do you mean ankle flak board blenders? Why did you jabber fit? Teacher tell you the other day, looking back to my school days, Black continues. I remember how our teacher kept telling us that one day these islands would go down in an earthquake. Fortunately, earthquakes are not very frequent here. The last one was like 40,000 years ago. So it's extremely unlikely to happen now. It would be really bad luck, wouldn't it? Five minutes later, a terrible earthquake strikes the ship and the two islands go under. This is really bad luck. The earthquake set off a tsunami angle. Flax house. Watch out! The waves have broken off. Lots of branches. They are everywhere. Potter words. Yeah, The bitch has been washed out by the water. Borg notices. But I think the time is slowly dying down. We have to wade through the water inland from the sea Breeze house. I can't believe the Adams have gone away. I wanted so much to visit them. I'm a flak SAS. It's got it down, Dad. I can see that pompous ass. It's kind of bumming me out, too, but there's nothing we can do about it. Dad, I know it's hard to get over it. You don't have to keep bagger emotions. Panda. Sas pant is right. Freed us as why didn't he just cry out? Would he feel, in my opinion, this island towers over those two? Find the SAS. You're right. We must carry on as bad as we can, Uncle Flax. As the problem is, we've used up all our food supplies. There's plenty of food year round this house. We can tap into it that well. Yes, Panta. Well, you tower over us all, so we're going to trade on your skill at finding fruits high in the trees, Uncle. Flag size. Well, I'm not that tall, so let's to adopt and move on. We must find something to eat on the SAS. They part with the dance of agitation. To find some food, we must find something to stave off hunger. Borg's as the trees are giving off a very pleasant smell, but it can feed off smell on the flax. As I think I've come across some fruit on the top. Most branch for Dust Ass. We must cut down the tree. What's come over you? Mom re asks, Why didn't we just cut off the branch? No, wait! The food just to guard and threw away. Freed us ass. Mommy! These were birds, not fruit briefs. Ass looks like we'll have to make do it some leaves under flak size. Finally, they managed to get hold of some coconuts. After eating them all up, they decide to explore the island. Hey, look, It's getting dark. Hunger Flax! As I think this is a good place to start off for the night. Good. I'm tired. Bork's as Uncle Flak. Maybe you could tell us one of those stories of your ish. I think I can let you in on a secret Uncle Flax ass. You know what this Alan is called? Yes. Runs island for dancers. You sat Frieda, You know quite a lot about the legendary King Ron. What you done know is that he was my father and boards. Grandfather, You don't say Ron was my grandfather. Borg asks. He really cared for you. Unfortunately, he had to go away. He came here and became King is a long story. All our family always looked up to him. How come? I never knew he was My grandfather bore wonders. He was a living legend. I mean, before he passed away. Frida and Borg insist on visiting groans. Grave help. May I? Good, but down more exas. I had no idea. We have to deal with quicksand, Uncle Flak size. It looks like only you got trapped. Bored? This is because you're walking too fast. It can't catch up with you. Borg's as going on vacation sometimes cause for physical fitness. Flax ass. I was planning to take you on long walks. And that's why it was vital for me. The debrief It we did a family of sunbathers. I always encourage him to slim down for Dust House. But he keeps putting on weight instead. Is a glutton. Honey, Why are you showing me up? You know, I'm trying hard to cut down the food, but isn't easy for exas. Never mind. Okay, Panta or three with Paul freed us as here we are. My father was buried here under flak sas. How did he become king of this island in the first place? More wants to know he arrived here because word had gotten around that there was slavery here and he wanted to do away with it. Would you? Kindly in large in that point. And a flag war continues. Sure. Gonna found only three people on the island under Flax house. They're all slaves. So he said them free, just in case. Then, as time passed, himself wrecked up more and more power over them until he finally came out of the proposal to become the king. And they accepted, right? Why did you want to be king? Read, I asks. He wanted to come up in the social hierarchy. I gas. But to be sure, would have to dig him up and ask like Aflac sounds or call up his spirit. Find the suggests. No, Panta. We shouldn't do that for us. As suddenly groans, Ghost appears and tells him to dry up. He scares them into shutting off and hiding wherever they can. Listen to me, my son. The ghosts asked. You don't know the truth. Why? I came here Nice to see you again, Dad, What is the truth? Flag asks. It was your wife who drove me away. The ghost answers. She had always looked down on me and made me feel like I didn't fit in with the rest of the family. Oh, Dad, I had no idea Flax ass. But she didn't put you out. Or did she? No. But when she learned of my money, she was trying to steal it. The ghost continues. This is why I came here. I squirreled it away on this island. Where do you think Jam lies now? She's here on this island digging for my treasure. I am shaken up. But what I heard, Flag admits looks like we must find her before she finds them money. Who she's so it's old. True angle flak. Borg's ass. Yeah, Uncle Flax ass. It just Donald May that I have been deceiving myself into thinking that she loved me all those years and she just wanted to get at your family. Fortune works Ass Looks like all our marriage boys down Ted. Black South. And I was wondering all the time how come she had a shovel on her in Light City most people don't carry on right now. I finally cut on for Dust House. Did she know she was marrying into where the family bore wants to know? Maybe she really loved you and her Agreed Only came out on top when she found out that your father was rich. You're right. Board on the facts as she married me before the truth about my father's fortune even came out. So she must have loved me. I must be sure I'll ask her before Flag decides what to do. He wants to talk it over with his wife. Oh, hi, Flak. What are you doing here? I should ask you the same. Jamela. I think we have a problem here and it can't just less over it. What are you looking for? I wanted it to be a surprise, but that's fine. I'm looking for grounds Money. I'm pretty sure it's summer on this island. So it's true. You want the money? Had just one question. Why did you marry me? I didn't even know about my father's money. Then did you? Sure I didn't. I'm married you because he loves you and I still do. We eked out a living from the little money we had. But you were happy together, remember? Yeah, I didn't understand. Parents usually hand down the money to their Children, but he just left us out in his will. He didn't like me to say the least. I don't want to run him down now that his dad. But whenever he saw me, he always acted out his painful emotions. He was obsessed with the money. Yeah. Now I remember. He never let anyone touch it. He thought everyone was trying to steal it. Not just you, everybody, but now he doesn't need the money anymore. We're all heavy. You look for it. John. Flag. Want to clear out the misunderstandings? They turned to grunt for an explanation. Okay, Flag, I admit the ghosts asked. I told you that because I wanted you to stop jamming out from finding my money. I just didn't want to part with it. Why? Don't need the money anymore, do you? Flak asks. I can't use it. Sure, but I like having it. The ghost answers. My family is falling apart because of your money. Flat continues. I'm so sorry. I've been so selfish. Federales should stick together as a ghost, I can grant you a wish. If this is your wish, I thing I could think you up with some of my money. As far as I know, girls have always granted three wishes. Gemellus ass looks like they have been slacking off recently. I think you're mistaking me for a genie. Groans goes, answers. You may wish for something else, but I can grant you only one wish. Okay. I'm sorry, Gemma's as I think we'll go with the money. The police finally wised after the fact to the must be a tunnel under the city. Here you are. I knew that sooner or later I'd handed down the job. SAS It's a doctor, the judge and the police. They're coming after us. Bork's ass, huh? Got tell you car thieves. The doctor says it's time to rub other case and put your all in prison. Grandpa, what are they afraid of? You? Borg asks, because he can't see me on the family members can. If the judge passes at jail sentence in us, it would amount to years works ass. I know what to do. He goes answers. I'll send you back to the time when it all started and he won't remember anything. But it must be a wish. So money or freedom? Only one wish I would up for freedom. Borg's ass. You can keep your money. Groans go sense them all back to the moment. Just before Bork found the car, they don't remember anything. Hi, Doctor. How are you? Hi, my friend. I'm tuckered out. I hate getting off work so late. Oh, Doctor, you forgot to love the door and you'll have the key in the ignition. Oh, thank you, my dearest friend. Entirely thrown off. It's been a long day. You're right. Someone could steal it. It's a nice car. It would be a penny. I wish we had a car to We could go on the trip to Light City. It's so beautiful. Hey, you can borrow it whenever you want. It lends itself well to long trips. Thank you so much. Well, and now, have a nice evening, doctor. Thanks. And send my heartfelt greetings to your charming wife Rita. 59. Goodbye: cast in order of appearance. Borg Frida, I like can't Brie, Dr. Police Officer, Policeman and jam Law Judge Uncle Flak Panta and grants ghost Thank you and see around.