The answer is B. If you’re feeling astonished, it means you’re feeling very surprised or amazed by something, whether it’s good or bad. Doesn’t the woman in picture B look surprised—like perhaps someone just told her some unexpected news? The people in the other pictures don’t really have a similar expression—one looks sad, another looks tired, and another looks more happy than surprised.
The answer is D. An alley is a narrow passageway between buildings. As you can see in the picture D, the person is walking on a narrow path with buildings on each side. The other pictures, which also show things that can be found in or around a city, don’t meet the definition of an alley.
The correct answer is A, a person counting out money to a customer. A teller is the person at a bank who handles money and deals with customers’ requests for deposits and withdrawals to and from their accounts. The people in the other photos are not working in a bank, so they wouldn’t be called a teller.
The answer to yesterday’s vocabulary question is D. If something is placid, it means that it is calm and peaceful. Places in nature, like the one shown in the photo, are often considered placid. The scene in photo A is too lively, the traffic in photo C would be stressful, and the woman in photo B looks bored, not peaceful. #EFL #ESL #English
when to use the words STILL, YET, and ALREADY? Then check out this American English at State graphic that explains these three words and their different uses! Write us example sentences using these words and share with us here.
English Grammar solution: Structure of All Tense, Structure of the Tense. i would probably break this chart down into different pieces but most kids have trouble when it comes to the different tenses. so this would help a lot in the classroom.