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English Conversation Listening App.

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[ambiguous] adjective. unclear; vague; having several possible meanings or interpretations

example 1: Why is the picture ambiguous and unclear?

example 2: What does this sentence mean: "I saw a man on a hill with a telescope." Why is it ambiguous

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[success] noun. to achieve something you set out to do; accomplishing your purpose; attaining popularity or profit

adjective: successful
verb: succeeded
adverb: successfully

example 1: I am studying hard to be financially successful
example 2: She has successfully completed all of her course requirements
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[BENEVOLENT] adjective. characterized by kind or good

1. The benevolent king shared his food with the common people.
2. He had a very kind face with a benevolent smile.
3. I don't think it is possible to be both selfish and benevolent.
4. It is not surprising to see random acts of kindness from a benevolent...
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[EXPEDITE] verb. make something happen sooner or accomplish more quickly

1. Alcohol consumption expedites your aging process.

2. If you want to improve English, you need to expedite your learning process.

3. We are already late, so we need to expedite the package delivery.
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[piece of cake] IDIOM: Describes something that is easy to do.

Explanation: In the 1870's, cakes were given as prizes for winning competition. To the winner, it was an easy task. Therefore, "cake" started representing something easy. Another phrase that is similar is "cake walk," which also represents something...
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[foot in the door] idiom. Taking or passing the first step of a longer process; Generally used when referring to an entry level position that will eventually lead to better opportunities.

Explanation: There is no use trying to get to the 10th floor if you can't even get through the door. So getting through the...
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FIND THE MISTAKES!

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[Play it by ear] phrase. To decide to do something as the situation develops; choosing to deal with a situation as more events unfold.

Explanation: The original meaning is to play music without using a score or music sheet to look at. Just as a musician will play something unplanned without looking at something, this idiom is to do something unplanned depending on the...
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[goose bumps] n. The literal tiny bumps you get all over your body when you are experiencing intense emotions.

Explanation: In some countries, they call it chicken skin because the tiny bumps on the arm looks like chicken skin. But in the US, they use "goose bumps."

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