F2F Class Notes 23rd April (Lina)

I like the culture of the Britain – I like the culture of Britain

  • I like the British culture

We will celebrate the memory (heritage) of Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death.

Italy cuisineItalian cuisine

…  but shed some new light on how police found the music legend early on Thursday.

  • Give some explanation on how they found him…
  • To clarify

There were no “obvious signs” of trauma

Obvious – clearly visible

If I like someone it is obvious because I cannot hide my feelings to save my life.

Trauma – signs of violence ( cuts, bruises etc)

emergency personnel  – first responders, ambulance nurses, doctors etc.

succumbed- verb

past tense: succumbed; past participle: succumbed

fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force.

“we cannot merely give up and succumb to despair”

synonyms: yield, give in, give way, submitsurrendercapitulate, cave in; More
antonyms: resistconquer

die from the effect of a disease or injury.

“after a few blows there, the porcupine succumbs”

synonyms: die from, die of, pass away as a result of, be a fatality of; More
antonyms

Consecutive – following each other continuously.

“five consecutive months of serious decline”

abruptly – sudden and unexpected.

”The meeting ended abruptly”

Divert– cause (someone or something) to change course or turn from one direction to another.

“a scheme to divert water from the river to irrigate agricultural land”

Princes jet was scheduled to land at the airport in Minneapolis in 50 minutes but due to illness they had to abruptly divert from the plan and land at the nearest airport to rush him to the hospital.