By Ronald E. Feare
Daily Idioms One and carry the problem of studying standard American English expressions inside any student's succeed in. every one ebook offers over 1,200 idioms inside of semantic different types.
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She sent for you by Dromio home to dinner. ANTIPHOLUS OF SYRACUSE. By Dromio? DROMIO OF SYRACUSE. By me? ADRIANA. By thee; and this thou didst return from him,-That he did buffet thee, and in his blows Denied my house for his, me for his wife. French adulterate: adultérer, falsifier, diluer, étendre, adultère. blood: sang. brother: frère, frangin, confrère, le frère. buffet: buffet, bar. crime: crime, délit, infraction. cut: couper, coupure, trancher, tailler, hacher, coupé, coupe, découper, balafre, tondre, réduction.
BALTHAZAR. Good meat, sir, is common; that every churl affords. ANTIPHOLUS OF EPHESUS. And welcome more common; for that's nothing but words. BALTHAZAR Small cheer and great welcome makes a merry feast. ANTIPHOLUS OF EPHESUS. Ay, to a niggardly host and more sparing guest. But though my cates be mean, take them in good part; Better cheer may you have, but not with better heart. But, soft; my door is lock'd: go bid them let us in. French affords: produit. ass: âne, baudet, cul. beware: attention, prendre garde, se méfier.
Carriage: wagon, chariot, voiture, affût. disdain: dédain. double: double, doubler, redoubler, sosie. elsewhere: ailleurs, autre part. expense: dépense, frais. forgot: oubliâtes, oublias, oubliai, oublièrent, oubliâmes, oublia. grow: croître, grandir, cultiver, grandis, grandissent, grandissez, grandissons, croissent, croîs, croissez, croissons. heart: coeur, le coeur. meet: rencontrer, rencontrez, rencontrons, rencontres, rencontrent, rencontre, réunir, se réunir. presence: présence. refuse: refuser, détritus, déchets, repousser, rejeter, ordures.