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770890 super : She was worried that her husband was too soft to kill Duncan
770891 Anne Boleyn : She also resembles some historical characters
770892 Anne Boleyn : I should wear the Armour and you should wear the gown
770893 Anne Boleyn : She told that to her husband
770894 super : Many of the lines of Shakespear are used every day in English.
770895 Anne Boleyn : Ok, I just wanted to know if that's something someone could say in a daily life English conversation
770896 super : There is a whole scene in Macbeth where she persuades him to murder Duncan.
770897 Anne Boleyn : I studied Macbeth at the University
770898 super : It would hardly ever be used.
770900 super : But other stuff is used a lot.
770901 Anne Boleyn : Can you give me some example?
770902 super : This is a sorry sight
770903 Anne Boleyn : Meaning what?
770904 Ric : looks awful
770905 Anne Boleyn : Esto pinta mal?
770906 Anne Boleyn : Vale, eso suponía jajaja
770907 Ric : no solo pinta, que tiene mal aspecto
770909 super : Yes looks awful.
770910 super : All's well that ends well
770911 Ric : have you ever heard that phrase "oh you look a sight in that dress"?
770912 Anne Boleyn : I know that one
770913 Anne Boleyn : Not that one Ric
770914 Ric : if you look a sight you look terrible
770915 super : That is very advance English. My mom would say that.
770916 Anne Boleyn : I like knowing that sort of stuff
770917 Anne Boleyn : So, you look a sight today means you look terrible?
770918 super : Your English is now very good Was it always so good?
770919 Anne Boleyn : Mine or Ric's?
770920 super : I can hear my Mothers Birmingham accent saying it.
770922 Anne Boleyn : I don't feel my English is good at all
770923 Ric : are you a brummie??
770924 super : I was born in Birmingham
770925 super : So yes
770927 super : They say Brumigum
770928 super : It is an ugly accent but now I like it
770929 super : Have you seen Peaky Blinders?
770930 Ric : a rather broad accent verging on a dialect
770931 super : AB your English is really good!!!!
770932 Anne Boleyn : It could be better and it should
770933 super : The north of Birmingham is a dialect
770934 super : You speak better than I speak Spanish. I am always surrounded by English speakers.
770935 super : Yam allright = Are you OK.
770936 super : How am you? = How are you?
770937 Anne Boleyn : I know English. I mean, I have studied English Philology and I teach English but I feel I should have a higher level
770938 super : Yeah! It's like saying you want to be richer. Nobody is satisfied.
770939 Anne Boleyn : I am an 8/10
770940 Anne Boleyn : I want a 10/10
770941 Anne Boleyn : I want to be Ric
770942 super : English Philology is nothing I lived with girls in Burgos who did philology and their English was shit.
770944 Anne Boleyn : Oh jeez
770945 Ric : how would you rate mine, AnaB?
770946 Anne Boleyn : 10/10
770948 Anne Boleyn : You see, English Philology is nothing
770949 super : There were professors teaching philology at Granada university who could barely say What is your name?
770950 jdawg78 : Hola!
770951 Anne Boleyn : Oh well there was an Eusebio in Valencia too
770952 Ric : Jd!
770953 super : No, it is not nothing
770954 Ric : It takes more than just a bachelor's degree to master a language
770955 Anne Boleyn : Eusebio is the way I call teachers like that
770956 jdawg78 : Hola Ric!
770957 super : If you have a C2 and philology then you are the "bees knees"
770958 Anne Boleyn : I want to achieve that
770959 Anne Boleyn : Bees knees means the best right?
770960 Anne Boleyn : I am writing down this stuff
770961 super : Do you have proficiency?
770962 Ric : I'm a C2 and hold a translation & interpreting degree and trust me there's still room for improvement
770963 Anne Boleyn : When you finish the degree you have to pass a c1+ exam
770964 Anne Boleyn : So that should be my level
770965 super : When you refer to something as 'the bee's knees', it means that it is of excellent or very high quality. The origin of this expression is largely unknown, although there are a number of theories
770967 super : It is like de puta madre
770970 super : The C1 is very hard ¿no?
770971 Ric : not at all
770972 Anne Boleyn : It depends on who takes it
770973 jdawg78 : Just ordering some new Co2 cylinders.
770974 BillMcneal : what for
770975 super : What do you have a soda stream?
770976 BillMcneal : oh right, the carbonated drinks
770977 super : Only people born before 1970 would understand
770978 Anne Boleyn : I am leaving. My mobile phone is about to die
770979 jdawg78 : I found it's cheaper through an exchange program.
770980 super : Well very nice to speak to you.
770981 jdawg78 : Just send in your old tanks and they refill them.
770982 jdawg78 : Like 50% cheaper.
770983 Anne Boleyn : Same here.
770984 super : What do you want Co2 for?
770985 Anne Boleyn : Catch you around
770986 Anne Boleyn : See you guys!
770987 jdawg78 : I can carbonate water.
770988 super : Catch you later aligator.
770989 jdawg78 : I can make my own soda.
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