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  • If you compromise your principles, morals or authenticity for personal, usually financial gain then you can be described as a sellout. This is a compound noun which has been made from the phrasal verb to sell out. Here are some examples:

Musicians or bands who change their style of music to become more mainstream are often called sellouts.

Football players who say they love their club and are loyal but move for more money even if it means playing less- sellouts! 
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  • If you compromise your principles, morals or authenticity for personal, usually financial gain then you can be described as a sellout. This is a compound noun which has been made from the phrasal verb to sell out. Here are some examples:

    Musicians or bands who change their style of music to become more mainstream are often called sellouts.

    Football players who say they love their club and are loyal but move for more money even if it means playing less- sellouts!
    #simplyenglishedinburgh #learnenglish #ingles #vocabulary #newsvocabulary

  •  15  0  2 July, 2020
  • 🔷時事詞彙 Vocabulary from the NEWS

🔹錯過/错过🔹cuòguò
to miss (train, opportunity etc)
(機会を)見逃す

🔹日環食/日环食🔹rìhuánshí
an annular eclipse of the sun
金環日食

🔹登場/登场🔹dēng chǎng
to appear in a story or an event
登場する(物語や事件などに現われ出る)

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#newsroundup
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#annularsolareclipse
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  • 🔷時事詞彙 Vocabulary from the NEWS
    
    🔹錯過/错过🔹cuòguò
    to miss (train, opportunity etc)
    (機会を)見逃す
    
    🔹日環食/日环食🔹rìhuánshí
    an annular eclipse of the sun
    金環日食
    
    🔹登場/登场🔹dēng chǎng
    to appear in a story or an event
    登場する(物語や事件などに現われ出る)
    
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    #news
    #newsroundup
    #journalism
    #annularsolareclipse
    #StayHome #studymore
    #HSK #TOCFL #TAIWAN
    #學中文 #学中文 #繁體中文 #繁體字
    #中国語を学ぶ #中国語会話 
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  •  12  0  21 June, 2020
  • Vamos analisar duas partes dessa notícia: a palavra "latest" e o verbo “climb”
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⠀ 👉"Climb" significa "subir, escalar".
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Podemos usar essa palavra de modo literal, como por exemplo:
⠀ "I like to climb mountains to look at the view" (Eu gosto de subir/escalar as montanhas para olhar a vista). ⠀
“Climb” também pode ser usado para analisar números, em uma tendência de subida (já vimos isso no post sobre 8 verbos para analisar gráficos - 😉).
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E esse é justamente o caso da notícia acima:
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"Germany's infection rate climbs again" (A taxa de infecção na Alemanha sobe novamente)
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👉Já o adjetivo “latest” é usado para indicar algo recente.
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No noticiário essa palavra refere-se às últimas notícias. É como se a palavra “news” estivesse implícita:
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“Coronavirus latest: Germany's infection rate climbs again” – Últimas (notícias) do coronavirus: a taxa de infecção na Alemanha sobe novamente.
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Podemos usar também a expressão “the latest” para nos referirmos às notícias e também a novos desenvolvimentos tecnológicos.
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Veja os exemplos:
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“Have you heard the latest?” – Você soube das notícias?
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“The machine is the latest in LED technology” – A máquina é a mais recente em tecnologia LED
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Ficou alguma dúvida? Drop me a line in the comments below 😉
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  • Vamos analisar duas partes dessa notícia: a palavra "latest" e o verbo “climb”

    ⠀ 👉"Climb" significa "subir, escalar".

    Podemos usar essa palavra de modo literal, como por exemplo:
    ⠀ "I like to climb mountains to look at the view" (Eu gosto de subir/escalar as montanhas para olhar a vista). ⠀
    “Climb” também pode ser usado para analisar números, em uma tendência de subida (já vimos isso no post sobre 8 verbos para analisar gráficos - 😉).

    E esse é justamente o caso da notícia acima:

    "Germany's infection rate climbs again" (A taxa de infecção na Alemanha sobe novamente)


    👉Já o adjetivo “latest” é usado para indicar algo recente.

    No noticiário essa palavra refere-se às últimas notícias. É como se a palavra “news” estivesse implícita:

    “Coronavirus latest: Germany's infection rate climbs again” – Últimas (notícias) do coronavirus: a taxa de infecção na Alemanha sobe novamente.


    Podemos usar também a expressão “the latest” para nos referirmos às notícias e também a novos desenvolvimentos tecnológicos.

    Veja os exemplos:

    “Have you heard the latest?” – Você soube das notícias?

    “The machine is the latest in LED technology” – A máquina é a mais recente em tecnologia LED


    Ficou alguma dúvida? Drop me a line in the comments below 😉


    #dicasdeingles #inglêsonline #estudaringles #inglesparacarreira #inglesparatrabalho #inglêsparanegócios #businessvocabulary #newsvocabulary

  •  9  2  16 June, 2020
  • 🔷時事詞彙 Vocabulary from the NEWS

🔹九彎十八拐🔹Jiǔ wān shíbā guǎi
↓switchback↓
rapid-fire change (of)
次々に変わる
(事態や方針がすぐ変わる様子)

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#newsvocabulary
#news
#newsroundup
#journalism
#StayHome #studymore
#HSK #TOCFL #TAIWAN
#學中文 #学中文 #繁體中文 #繁體字
#中国語を学ぶ #中国語会話 
#中国語を勉強する #台湾繁体字 
#一緒に中国語で楽しく話しましょう
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#ChinesePhrase
#ChineseExpression #字彙 #片語 #慣用語 #時事 
#mandarinwithjc
  • 🔷時事詞彙 Vocabulary from the NEWS
    
    🔹九彎十八拐🔹Jiǔ wān shíbā guǎi
    ↓switchback↓
    rapid-fire change (of)
    次々に変わる
    (事態や方針がすぐ変わる様子)
    
    Save this post and share it with your Chinese learning friends😊
    
    #newsvocabulary
    #news
    #newsroundup
    #journalism
    #StayHome #studymore
    #HSK #TOCFL #TAIWAN
    #學中文 #学中文 #繁體中文 #繁體字
    #中国語を学ぶ #中国語会話 
    #中国語を勉強する #台湾繁体字 
    #一緒に中国語で楽しく話しましょう
    #LearnChinese 
    #LearnMandarin
    #ChineseVocabulary
    #ChinesePhrase
    #ChineseExpression #字彙 #片語 #慣用語 #時事
    #mandarinwithjc

  •  9  0  7 June, 2020
  • Continuing my #learn English through news series in act of solidarity.
  • Continuing my #learn English through news series in act of solidarity.

  •  7  1  2 June, 2020
  • Что происходит в США? Protests or riots?
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Сохраняйте шпаргалку. 😉
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Пятый день в США идут протесты из-за убийства George Floyd. Абстрагируемся от политической составляющей и разберём пару фраз из новостей сегодня.
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🔹Civil disobedience - гражданское неповиновение.
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🔹Protest (noun) - протесты.
Protesters (noun) - те, кто протестуют.
Protest (verb) - протестовать.
Peaceful protests - мирные протесты.
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Protesters hit the streets as an act of civil disobedience. Протестующие вышли на улицы чтобы выразить своё гражданское неповиновение.
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🔹Curfew (noun) - ограничение на определённое время, когда нельзя выходить на улицу. Это слово не только используют именно для комендантского часа. For example:
Me parents set a curfew on school nights so I have to be home by midnight. Мои родители установили правила, чтобы я был дома до полуночи в дни учебы.
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🔹Law enforcement - органы правопорядка.
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The law enforcement were outnumbered for a period of time. Органы правопорядка были превзойдёнными количественно какое-то время.
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🔹Riots (noun) - погромы, массовые беспорядки.
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🔹Looting (noun) - мародёрство.
Looters (noun) - мародёры.
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Some groups branched out and started rioting and looting. Некоторые группы людей отделились и начали погромы и мародёрство.
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🔹Lawlessness - беззаконие.
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🔹Some people are being detained. Некоторых людей задерживают.
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🔹Some people are being arrested. Некоторых людей арестовывают.
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🔹Some business owners with firearms are guarding their property from looters. Некоторые владельцы бизнесов защищают свою собственность от мародёров с оружием в руках.
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🔹Goes to show - показывает.
🔹Haywire (adjective) - бесконтрольный, сумасшедший.
This goes to show how haywire this country is right now. Это показывает насколько сейчас страна в сумасшедшем состоянии.
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🔹Go haywire - сойти с ума, выйти из под контроля.
The situation with the riots has gone haywire. Ситуация с погромами вышла из под контроля.
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Напишите в комментариях смотрите ли или хотели бы вы смотреть новости на английском? Какие?
Практика, как обычно, в сторис.
Спасибо за 💙
  • Что происходит в США? Protests or riots?

    Сохраняйте шпаргалку. 😉

    Пятый день в США идут протесты из-за убийства George Floyd. Абстрагируемся от политической составляющей и разберём пару фраз из новостей сегодня.

    🔹Civil disobedience - гражданское неповиновение.

    🔹Protest (noun) - протесты.
    Protesters (noun) - те, кто протестуют.
    Protest (verb) - протестовать.
    Peaceful protests - мирные протесты.

    Protesters hit the streets as an act of civil disobedience. Протестующие вышли на улицы чтобы выразить своё гражданское неповиновение.

    🔹Curfew (noun) - ограничение на определённое время, когда нельзя выходить на улицу. Это слово не только используют именно для комендантского часа. For example:
    Me parents set a curfew on school nights so I have to be home by midnight. Мои родители установили правила, чтобы я был дома до полуночи в дни учебы.

    🔹Law enforcement - органы правопорядка.

    The law enforcement were outnumbered for a period of time. Органы правопорядка были превзойдёнными количественно какое-то время.

    🔹Riots (noun) - погромы, массовые беспорядки.

    🔹Looting (noun) - мародёрство.
    Looters (noun) - мародёры.

    Some groups branched out and started rioting and looting. Некоторые группы людей отделились и начали погромы и мародёрство.

    🔹Lawlessness - беззаконие.

    🔹Some people are being detained. Некоторых людей задерживают.

    🔹Some people are being arrested. Некоторых людей арестовывают.

    🔹Some business owners with firearms are guarding their property from looters. Некоторые владельцы бизнесов защищают свою собственность от мародёров с оружием в руках.

    🔹Goes to show - показывает.
    🔹Haywire (adjective) - бесконтрольный, сумасшедший.
    This goes to show how haywire this country is right now. Это показывает насколько сейчас страна в сумасшедшем состоянии.

    🔹Go haywire - сойти с ума, выйти из под контроля.
    The situation with the riots has gone haywire. Ситуация с погромами вышла из под контроля.

    Напишите в комментариях смотрите ли или хотели бы вы смотреть новости на английском? Какие?
    Практика, как обычно, в сторис.
    Спасибо за 💙

  •  9  3  1 June, 2020
  • 👀 Have you seen these abbreviations in the news? Abbreviations are shortened forms of words/phrases. There are lots in the news at the moment - here are some common abbreviations.
💭 Can you think of any more? Comment below!

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  • 👀 Have you seen these abbreviations in the news? Abbreviations are shortened forms of words/phrases. There are lots in the news at the moment - here are some common abbreviations.
    💭 Can you think of any more? Comment below!

    #learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #learnenglishonline #englishvocabulary #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishgrammar #grammar #onlineenglishlessons #englishlessons #freeenglish #wordoftheday #englishteacher #news #englishnews #newsvocabulary #abbreviations #englishabbreviations #improveyourenglish

  •  16  0  19 May, 2020
  • In today's class, Teacher Robin is going to give us some useful vocabulary for understanding the news, especially related to COVID-19. ⁠
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📱 Find Robin's masterclass on this topic on our app! (#linkinbio)👆🏼
  • In today's class, Teacher Robin is going to give us some useful vocabulary for understanding the news, especially related to COVID-19. ⁠

    📱 Find Robin's masterclass on this topic on our app! ( #linkinbio)👆🏼

  •  194  2  8 May, 2020
  • 📰 This isn't the type of vocabulary I thought I'd be posting when I made this page! I know lots of us are reading the news more often so here are some terms you might see.
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#learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishvocabulary #english #learnenglishonline #languagelearner #language #learnalanguage #scientificlanguage #coronavirus #newsvocabulary #headlines #news #wordoftheday
  • 📰 This isn't the type of vocabulary I thought I'd be posting when I made this page! I know lots of us are reading the news more often so here are some terms you might see.

    #learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishvocabulary #english #learnenglishonline #languagelearner #language #learnalanguage #scientificlanguage #coronavirus #newsvocabulary #headlines #news #wordoftheday

  •  12  1  25 April, 2020

Top #newsvocabulary Posts

  • 📰 This isn't the type of vocabulary I thought I'd be posting when I made this page! I know lots of us are reading the news more often so here are some terms you might see.
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#learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishvocabulary #english #learnenglishonline #languagelearner #language #learnalanguage #scientificlanguage #coronavirus #newsvocabulary #headlines #news #wordoftheday
  • 📰 This isn't the type of vocabulary I thought I'd be posting when I made this page! I know lots of us are reading the news more often so here are some terms you might see.

    #learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishvocabulary #english #learnenglishonline #languagelearner #language #learnalanguage #scientificlanguage #coronavirus #newsvocabulary #headlines #news #wordoftheday

  •  12  1  25 April, 2020
  • 👀 Have you seen these abbreviations in the news? Abbreviations are shortened forms of words/phrases. There are lots in the news at the moment - here are some common abbreviations.
💭 Can you think of any more? Comment below!

#learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #learnenglishonline #englishvocabulary #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishgrammar #grammar #onlineenglishlessons #englishlessons #freeenglish #wordoftheday #englishteacher #news #englishnews #newsvocabulary #abbreviations #englishabbreviations #improveyourenglish
  • 👀 Have you seen these abbreviations in the news? Abbreviations are shortened forms of words/phrases. There are lots in the news at the moment - here are some common abbreviations.
    💭 Can you think of any more? Comment below!

    #learnenglish #studyenglish #lockdownlearning #learning #english #learningenglish #esl #tefl #efl #ielts #learnenglishonline #englishvocabulary #vocabularybuilding #vocabulary #englishgrammar #grammar #onlineenglishlessons #englishlessons #freeenglish #wordoftheday #englishteacher #news #englishnews #newsvocabulary #abbreviations #englishabbreviations #improveyourenglish

  •  16  0  19 May, 2020