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Be a good person and don't sold your friend out. Sold someone out - to snitch on someone, or let their secret out - здавати, видати чужі секрети. I asked you to keep it to yourself! I can’t believe you sold me out, I trusted you!

Sold someone out - to snitch on someone, or let their secret out - здавати, видати чужі секрети. I asked you to keep it to yourself! I can’t believe you sold me out, I trusted you!

100+ of the Most Useful Phrasal Verbs in English (With Meaning & Examples) – Fluent Land

100+ of the Most Useful Phrasal Verbs in English (With Meaning & Examples)

100+ of the Most Useful Phrasal Verbs in English (With Meaning & Examples) – Fluent Land

"Let down" means "to ​disappoint someone by ​failing to do what they expect you to do". Example: Ben was really upset about letting in the goal. He thought he'd let down his teammates.

“Let down” means “to ​disappoint someone by ​failing to do what they expect you to do”. Example: Ben was really upset about letting in the goal. He thought he’d let down his teammates.

gardening tools

English Vocabulary: Learn Gardening Tools through Pictures

gardening tools

the weather

Weather vocabulary What is the weather like today? Example: The weather is cloudy and cold.

What does "settle a score" mean?

What does "settle a score" mean?

Where does your pet like to sleep? (If you have it, of course )  #dog #humor #pets #fridaythoughts

Where does your pet like to sleep? (If you have it, of course ) #dog #humor #pets #fridaythoughts

“Get in” means “to arrive home”.  Example: Where have you been and why are you getting in so late?

"Get in" means "to arrive home". Example: Where have you been and why are you…

Phrasal verbs: Look up to somebody –  to admire and respect someone.

Phrasal verbs: Look up to somebody – to admire and respect someone.

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