BTLEW Lesson 6 – Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) Part Four ENTER

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  • BTLEW Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) Part Four ENTER
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  • BTLEW I. Word StudyWord Study II. Phrases and ExpressionsPhrases and Expressions III.Word BuildingWord Building IV. GrammarGrammar Language Study Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Word list: 1.acquittalacquittal 2.avengeavenge 3.bearbear 4.blunderblunder 5.commonplacecommonplace 6.injusticeinjustice 7.intimidateintimidate 8.lungelunge 9.objectobject 10. obscureobscure 11. recreaterecreate 12. stampstamp 13. stickstick 14. testifytestify 15. trottrot 16. underhandunderhand Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 1. acquittal Example: Of 52 prosecutions for police brutality, 46 ended in acquittals. v. acquit somebody of something The judge directed the jury to acquit Phillips of the murder. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) n. an official statement in a court of law that someone is not guilty
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 2. avenge v. to do something to hurt or punish someone because they have harmed or offended you Examples: The Trojans wish to avenge the death of Hector; their misplaced values mean that patience in adversity is impossible. Half a century later he has finally avenged that defeat. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 3. bear v. a. to bravely accept or deal with a painful, difficult, or upsetting situation b. to dislike something or someone very much, often so that they make you feel annoyed or impatient bear sb. grudge bear sth. in mind bear a resemblance /relation to bear arms bear fruit Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page.
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Examples: She was afraid she wouldn't be able to bear the pain. Overcrowding makes prison life even harder to bear. Oh, I really can't bear him. He can't bear spinach. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 4. blunder n. a careless or stupid mistake commit a blunder, make a blunder Examples: Major management blunders have led the company into bankruptcy. The parents face a nightmare week-long wait before blood tests show if there has been a hospital blunder. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study a. happening or existing in many places, and therefore not special or unusual Examples: Car thefts are commonplace in this part of town. Expensive foreign cars are commonplace in this Chicago suburb. 5. commonplace Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 6. injustice n. a situation in which people are treated very unfairly and not given their rights Examples: The group, called the Wilmington 10, were active in protests against racial injustices in the schools in the early 1970s. These injustices are intolerable, especially when the victims are children. a. unjust Word formations Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW threat Synonyms I.Word Study v. to frighten or threaten someone into making them do what you want Examples: They tried to intimidate the young people into voting for them. Attempts to intimidate her failed. 7. intimidate Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 8. lunge v. to make a sudden strong movement towards someone or something, especially to attack them Examples: The goats lunged at each other with their horns. John lunged forward and grabbed him by the throat. Word formation n. lunge Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 9. object v. to feel or say that you oppose or disapprove of something Examples: Robson strongly objected to the terms of the contract. I objected to having to rewrite the article. Word formation n. objection Cf.: n. object Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 10. obscure v. a. to make something difficult to know or understand b. to prevent something from being seen or heard clearly Examples: Recent successes have obscured the fact that the company is still in trouble. The view was obscured by mist. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page.
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study a. a. not well known and usually not very important b. difficult to understand Examples: an obscure poet The details of his life remain obscure. Hes using an obscure old law to try to stop the new road being built. Word formation n. obscurity Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 11. recreate v. to make something from the past exist again in a new form or be experienced again Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page.
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Examples: Evan often chimes in, so we work together to recreate the story. And we can share best practices so that every educator and employer does not have to recreate effective strategies from scratch. Arjelo's novel vividly recreates 15th-century Spain. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 12. stamp v. a. to put your foot down onto the ground loudly and with a lot of force b. to put a pattern, sign, or letters on something using a special tool c. to have an important or permanent effect on someone or something Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page.
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Examples: I will not! Bert yelled and stamped his foot. The woman at the desk stamped my passport. The experience remained stamped on her memory for many years. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 13. stick v. a. to attach something to something else using a substance, or to become attached to a surface b. if a pointed object sticks into something, or if you stick it there, it is pushed into it c. if you stick a part of your body somewhere, you put it in a position where other people can see it Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Examples: Someone had stuck posters all over the walls. pins stuck in a notice board Clara stuck her head around the door to see who was there. Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study 14. testify v. a. to make a formal statement of what is true, especially in a court of law b. to show clearly that something is the case Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page.
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Examples: Mr. Molto has agreed to testify at the trial. Later, the witness who had testified against Muawad withdrew his allegation. The empty shops in the high street testify to the depth of the recession. The company's experience testifies to the difficulties of opening a business in a foreign country. More Examples Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) To be continued on the next page.
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study testify at the court testify against sb. testify to sth. testify that Translation Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW I.Word Study Examples: Dorothy arrived, with a little dog trotting along behind her. He locked the door and trotted down the stairs to my car. She broke into a trot (= started running slowly) and hurried on ahead of us. 15. trot Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) v. to walk or go somewhere, especially fairly quickly n. a fairly slow way of running in which you take short regular steps
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  • BTLEW overhand I.Word Study 16. underhand ad. if you throw a ball underhand, you throw it without moving your arm above your shoulder a. dishonest and done secretly Examples: throw the ball underhand They did it all in such an underhand way. Antonym Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two) The end of Word Study
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  • BTLEW List: 1.mean itmean it 2.in favor ofin favor of 3.in the first placein the first place 4.see tosee to 5.take a chance/take ones chancestake a chance/take ones chances 6.be supposed to dobe supposed to do 7.cover ones blundercover ones blunder 8.bear sth. outbear sth. out 9.take the caketake the cake 10.run forrun for 11.bring upbring up 12.make a pointmake a point 13.break the tiebreak the tie 14.toss and turn/twist and turntoss and turn/twist and turn 15.settle somethingsettle something 16.other thanother than 17.be entitled tobe entitled to II.Phrases and Expressions Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW to be serious about what you are saying or writing Examples: With children, if you say no, you have to mean it. I meant what I said earlier. 1. mean it II.Phrases and Expressions Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW all in favor ask a favor be in favor with sb. be out of favor with sb. do sb. a favor find/gain/win favor 2. in favor of II.Phrases and Expressions Lesson 6 Twelve Angry Men (Part Two)
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  • BTLEW a. used to introduce a series of points in an argument, discussion, etc. b. used to talk about what someone did or should have done at the start of a situation Examples: In the first place, I'm