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Read the following article (reading articles linked by this article is optional):
Translate the below words and phrases to English using the vocabulary from the article:
o__ o_ c______
to w_____ b_
n__ e___ 2 m______ i_
to t___ i_
to m___ a_____ p________
to b_ u____ s____
to b_ o_ t__ e___
to b_ n_ s_______to something
Complete the sentences with the words/phrases from Task 1
NOTE: “~” tutaj nic nie znaczy, jest tylko śladem po formatowaniu
~________to running - I’ve been doing it for 5 years now!
~_______of attention in the news media after the controversial announcement.
~_______language, and he hurt her feelings.
~________toward the lake, and then took a swim.
~______to the flu, but eventually he did get an infection.
~________- you could sense that love is in the air!
~________about how the world should change, but he should start with changing himself.
~_________plan to take over the country. It was very complex!
~_______and make it seem like I’ve said something totally different!
~___________to injury - he breaks his leg at least once a year!
~___________. They need our help!
~___________- thanks for your feedback!
~________benefits - it helps me to save money!
The article mentions a group of people who claim that a brutal mass shooting is actually never took place and that the victims’ family members are lying. There are more cases where groups of people see truth as lies, and vice versa.
I highly recommend listening to TED Radio Hour’s podcast on this exact topic: