when a person cannot think of anything else but tea
the amount of money parents give to their daughter’s husband-to be
stiff upper lip
someone who doesn’t show his feelings when being upset
direct trade line
when coffee or tea makers contact the farmers directly and buy their products
ingrained part of the culture
the part of culture which doesn’t change
consuming drinks in some social setting
to drink something taking only a small amount of the beverage
something that makes a person feel healthier, fresher or more energetic
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- progress quickly
- miss a good opportunity
- start a journey
- something not necessary
- change places often, travel a lot
- places not commonly visited
- to make maximum effort, press gas pedal to move faster
sail through something
Miss the boat
Hit the road
Live out of a suitcase
Off the beaten track
Put the pedal to the metal
Today’s first Language Focus is 10 expressions on how to talk about computers and technology.
Check out if you’re a tech geek! Do you know what it means?
ANGRY GARDEN SALAD
poorly designed website
a messy situation or a tangled mess
Feeling laid-back and relaxed
CHIPS AND SALSA
chips = hardware
salsa = software
“Firstly figure out the problem, whether it is with the chip or the salsa.”
feeling extremely upset or exhausted
using two computers at a time
word-of-mouth = gossip and referral
word-of-mouse = gossip going viral on the internet
an e-mail arriving without a text in its message body
We hope you’ll find these words interesting! Please feel free to use them and impress friends with the cool new vocab!
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Who knows – we may as well use them in our Olympiad next year 😉