Lesson 3 - Vocabulary - DIFFICULTIES

Z Studia Informatyczne
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Vocabulary connected with problems, difficulties and issues, expressions connected with succeeding, failing, having difficulties;similes.

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Look at the following expressions and match them with the pictures below:

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  1. The tide has turned for us, there are better days ahead.
  2. We can see light at the end of the tunnel at last.
  3. All the trouble last year was just swept under the carpet in the end.
  4. The two parties have buried the hatchet for the time being.
  5. I’m up to my neck in it.
  6. You should apologize to him. I think it would go a long way.
  7. We were on tenterhooks all night waiting for the news from the hospital.
  8. You’ve been in a lot of trouble lately; you’d better toe the line from now on.
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Difficulties while learning via computer. Read the following statements and answer the questions below:
a) I’ve bookmarked the CNN home page, as I use it regularly to get the latest news.
b) She must have changed her e-mail address – the e-mail I sent her bounced. (came back to me)
c) If you subscribe to newsgroups, you often get a lot of messages. (become a member)
d) The file you sent me yesterday as an attachment was unreadable. The text was completely garbled. (just a series of meaningless letters and numbers)

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