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Ben

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2020.06.29 11:08
Hello everyone!

My English tip for you today is on the word “score.” The word score is typically used meaning the record of points made or lost in a game - or often used in the context of the number of points received on a test for correct answers. However the word “score” is also used with the meaning to get something you want.

For example: I was able to score the last piece of cake at the party last night!

Keep in mind this isn’t used all the time and it’s important to note- “score” is not used in the context of something you need, but only something you want.

I hope you found this helpful!

Thanks guys!
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  • Jennifer 2020.06.29 11:09

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    Thanks Ben!
  • 隔壁老王 2020.06.29 11:11

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    很有帮助的介绍!谢谢~
  • 露微Verna 2020.06.29 11:15

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    JP

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    Score=To get something you want,but not necessarily you need
  • Jjjjj 2020.06.29 11:15

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    It is really helpful!Thank you!
  • Ashleigh 李 이문혜 2020.06.29 13:10

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    I score the highest score in tomorrow's exam. Thanks Ben!!😊😊
  • William 2020.06.29 15:16

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    HT translation was not smart enough to translate the example right

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