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2020.10.02 10:01

今日の英語!
Today we will learn how to use the phrase ‘give it a shot


今日のレッスンは、便利なフレーズ、‘give it a shot’ の使い方です!
がんばってください!
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  • Sally Cinnamon 2020.10.02 10:04

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    めっちゃ勉強になるー!ありがとう!
  • Iku-chan 2020.10.02 10:04

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    分かりやすい
  • Hiro 2020.10.02 10:06

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    Yeah it's a useful one,init?lol
  • satomi 2020.10.02 10:10

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    What's the difference between “give it a shot” and “give it a try” ?🤔
  • Natsu なつ 2020.10.02 10:13

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    I’ve started to study French since last month, it’s really hard particularly pronunciation, but I’ll give it a shot.
  • Yukie 2020.10.02 11:29

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    I'm not good at making sentence with this phrase. Well, I'll give it a shot. How about this ? 😁
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:26

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    @Sally Cinnamon どういたしまして!😊😊
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:27

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    @Iku-chan それよかた!ありがとうございます! 🙇 🙇
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:28

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    @Hiro I hope so! Init? Who taught you that? 😉
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:28

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    @Natsu なつ Great example! Haha yeah I’m no good at French pronunciation Either 🤐👍👍
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:30

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    @satomi You’re right they are practically the same! give it a shot is just colloquial. Your English is good!
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:30

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    @Yukie Haha very clever;) thats perfect good job! 👏 👏
  • satomi 2020.10.03 01:53

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    @Chris Hassett Thank you for teaching me🙏
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.03 01:58

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    @satomi my pleasure Satomi! I hope it was useful 😉 🇬🇧
  • Sally サリー 2020.10.03 13:32

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    On No.3 photo, what's the difference between “good with“ and “good at“?
  • Chris Hassett 2020.10.05 05:10

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    @Sally サリー good question! ‘Computers’ is a noun, so you can say ‘good with’ If it is a hobby or verb you should say ‘good at’ e.g good at cooking, good with chopsticks 🥢 Hope that helps! 🇬🇧
  • Sally サリー 2020.10.05 09:40

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    @Chris Hassett I see!✏️Thanks!
  • 飛胤暁 2020.10.05 18:27

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    tryより自信がないニュアンスでいいのかな?

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