作者名称 国旗国籍

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2019.03.23 10:22
English phrasal verb

Phrasal verb: To clam up.

Meaning: To refuse to speak; to be unable to speak; to become silent.

Example: Hannah began to give an oral presentation to the class, but during her speech, she started to clam up from being so nervous.
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  • Billy 2019.03.23 10:23

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    Cheers
  • Allya 2019.03.23 10:30

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    My sister was taking my book without my permission, and this morning I found out that she took my book. I screamed to her, but she started to calm up because she felt guilty I try to make my own story, would you like to correct it for me?? 😅
  • Allya 2019.03.23 10:34

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    @Billy 찬?? 🍻
  • Billy 2019.03.23 10:36

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    @Allya cheers refers to thank you
  • Allya 2019.03.23 10:38

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    @Billy oh I just knew! Thank you so much for telling me 😄
  • L. 2019.03.23 10:40

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    @Allya Sure 🥰 "My sister has been taking my book without my permission, and this morning, I found out that she had taken my book. I screamed at her, and she started to clam up because she felt guilty." Great efforts! 🤙🏽❤
  • Juan 2019.03.23 11:49

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    Thanks
  • Allya 2019.03.23 14:30

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    @L. thank you 😄
  • L. 2019.03.23 14:37

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    @Allya You're welcome 🙂
  • Wafaa Osman 2019.03.27 08:38

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    Could u please make a voice message of pronouciation of the phrases u share? Just to keep going with the native speech
  • L. 2019.03.27 08:46

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    @Wafaa Osman I created a group for women; we can teach and learn together. Would you like me to add you? I share my posts and recordings in the group as well, so hopefully there's benefit in that. 😄

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