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…… a meeting

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Can you complete this expression? It means to lead a meeting. …….. a meeting a) do b) give c) get d) chair The answer is below!↓   Answer: d) chair chair a meeting

Out of the blue

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “out of the blue“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Helen: Did you hear the news? Sally and Paul had a baby! Felicity: Well, that was out of the blue! I didn’t even know Sally was pregnant! Does it mean: a) bad news b) good news … Continue reading Out of the blue

Have guts

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the English expression “to have guts“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Roger: I heard Dave is going to climb Mt. Everest next year. Terry: I heard that too. He has guts! I could never do something like that! Does it mean: a) have fear b) have courage c) … Continue reading Have guts

Trustworthy

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the English adjective “trustworthy“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Joe: What do you think of the new employee? Phil: He seems trustworthy. He has access to the company bank accounts, so the boss must trust him. Does it mean: a) honest b) dishonest c) independent d) irritating The … Continue reading Trustworthy

Tranquil

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the English adjective “tranquil“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Roberta: I love it here by the sea in spring. Simon: So do I. It is so tranquil at this time of the year. There are no other people around. Does it mean: a) noisy b) boring c) tiring … Continue reading Tranquil

Shoplift

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the English verb “to shoplift“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Paul: I heard your son got into trouble recently. Kevin: Yes, he was caught trying to shoplift a camera from the electronics store. Does it mean: a) buy something from a store b) steal something from a store … Continue reading Shoplift

Destitute

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the adjective “destitute“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Lily: I lost my job and I’m really worried about money. Sue: Try not to worry too much. You have a house, some savings and a car. You are hardly destitute. Does it mean: a) very poor b) very sad … Continue reading Destitute

Eerie

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

Do you know the adjective “eerie“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning? Ted: I heard a sound outside the tent. Fran: I heard it too. It was an eerie sound. Like someone is in pain. Why don’t you go and look? Ted: No way! Does it mean: a) strange and scary b) … Continue reading Eerie

2019 Language Learner Literature Award Winner

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

  I Talk You Talk Press has won the 2019 Language Learner Literature Award in the Upper Intermediate and Advanced category with the paperback version of On the Run. We also won the Finalist Award in the Intermediate category with the paperback version of Old Jack’s Ghost Stories from Japan. These titles are available from … Continue reading 2019 Language Learner Literature Award Winner

Time to Go – Comprehension Quiz

by italkyoutalk / 約2ヶ月

This is a comprehension quiz for the I Talk You Talk Press graded reader Time to Go. Click the button to start the quiz. Good luck!
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