2019年12月30日

Phrasal Verbs: Lesson 12

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Trevor: Why are you dressing up today? Are you going somewhere?
Nancy: Yeah. I'm going to Jessica's hen-party.
Trevor: Right! I completely forgot she is getting married!

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Luke: Sarah, I don't think you will fit in this dress!
Sarah: I think I can squeeze into it, if I try.
Luke: Don't! Just take it off and find a bigger size.

***

Mr.Moore: Oh, hello Elizabeth! You don't come to the shop as often as you used to!
Liz: Hello, Mr.Moore! I was just passing by today. I have a lot of work to do, you know.
Mr.Moore: Well, you should come more often. We have a lot of new books to offer.
I'm sure some of them will suit your taste.

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dress up: wear special clothes
fit in: to have space for something, be accepted by a group of people
squeeze into: fit tightly into something
take off: remove clothing
pass by: go past something, someone on the way to somewhere else
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[Example Passage]
On a Friday morning, Stan went shopping for clothes. He was going to his old friend's birthday party, so he wanted to dress up for the occasion. As he was passing by a shop window he noticed a nice pair of pants. He went inside the shop to try them on. He entered the fitting room, took off his old jeans and tried to squeeze into the pants. Eventually he stopped trying, because he just couldn't fit in the pants. After that Stan desided to go on a diet.


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