1) To shower smth upon smth/sb (153) — to present, give, or bestow something liberally or abundantly to someone or something; 2) To chime in (154) — to interrupt or speak in a conversation, usually to agree with what has been said; 3) To pour smth out (155) — to tell all your problems or feelings to someone, especially privately or secretly; 4) To issue from smth (158) — if something issues from a place, it comes out of that place; 5) To strip smth away (160) — to gradually reduce something important or something that has existed for a long time.
1) A terrible scream ________ the room. 2) Everyone at the table began to ______ with their opinions. 3) Most of their profits have been ____________ by competitors. 4) Friends and family will ______ gifts ____ you when your first child is born. 5) If Gellar wants to _______ his wrath, who better to receive it than...
1) A terrible scream issued from the room. 2) Everyone at the table began to chime in with their opinions. 3) Most of their profits have been stripped away by competitors. 4) Friends and family will shower gifts upon you when your first child is born. 5) If Gellar wants to pour out his wrath, who better to receive it than...
1) To rumble on (161) — i f something such as a disagreement rumbles on, it continues for a long time without being resolved; 2 ) To keep smth from sb (165) — to not tell someone about something; 3 ) To sprinkle over (166) — to drop a few pieces or drops of something over a surface; 4 ) To pick through smth (167) — to look at the things in a group and take only what you want; 5 ) To rattle on (169) — to talk for a long time, especially about things that are not important.
All day long he ________ about his mother. 2) You have to ______ wood ash ____ the plants. 3) I think he's _______ something _____ me. 4) The dispute __________ for months. 5) You guys are welcome to ________ the luggage he was packing.
Последний слайд презентации: AN EXPERIMENT IN LOVE 7.1
All day long he rattled on about his mother. 2) You have to sprinkle wood ash over the plants. 3) I think he's keeping something from me. 4) The dispute rumbled on for months. 5) You guys are welcome to pick through the luggage he was packing.