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LA L1 jeudi 15h-17h - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Bigler
00:29
Hello all. We'll start in a minute or two
Pierre Pincet
02:25
yes
Léa Guerguet
02:29
Yes
Amanda Bigler
06:06
She might have had an argument with her boyfriend
Amanda Bigler
06:59
Ben must have read my e-mail
Amanda Bigler
07:56
They can't have been lost
Amanda Bigler
08:06
got
Amanda Bigler
08:13
They can't have got(ten) lost
Amanda Bigler
08:29
got(ten)
Ilana C
09:21
You can't have seen Ellie yesterday
Tiffany Desormiere
09:23
you can't have seen Ellie yesterday
Amanda Bigler
09:35
You can't have seen Ellie
Amanda Bigler
09:48
"impossible" - NEGATIVE connotation
Tiffany Desormiere
10:33
John must not have seen you
Emma Hourdry
10:47
might haven't see you
Amanda Bigler
10:49
perhaps
Tiffany Desormiere
10:51
might not
Amanda Bigler
11:05
John might not have seen you
Amanda Bigler
11:43
cannot
Amanda Bigler
11:58
must not / might not / cannot
Ilana C
12:47
must have bought
Amanda Bigler
12:59
Lucy must have bought a new car
Ilana C
14:05
can't have been ill
Amanda Bigler
14:35
must not have been
Amanda Bigler
14:56
can't have …. must not have / synonyms
Amanda Bigler
15:19
might not have been - MAYBE Alex wasn't ill
Tiffany Desormiere
16:15
they might not have received
Alaeddine Jaafar
16:18
Might not have received the invitation
Emma Hourdry
17:20
You must used
Amanda Bigler
17:28
You must have used
Ilana C
18:15
It can’t have been my phone
Amanda Bigler
18:30
It can't have been
Amanda Bigler
18:44
It mustn't have been
Tiffany Desormiere
19:10
no
Amanda Bigler
19:54
should have / ought to have = synonyms
Amanda Bigler
20:09
shouldn't have / oughtn't to have - synonyms
Amanda Bigler
21:38
should have written
Amanda Bigler
21:46
ought to have written it down
Amanda Bigler
23:02
you shouldn't have gone by car
Amanda Bigler
23:16
you shouldn't have come by car
Amanda Bigler
24:32
you shouldn't have invited her
Amanda Bigler
25:45
you shouldn't have bought
Amanda Bigler
25:58
oughtn't to have bought
Amanda Bigler
26:57
I should have gone to bed
Tiffany Desormiere
27:44
you ought to have take it out of the freezer earlier
Amanda Bigler
28:01
you ought to have taken it out
Amanda Bigler
28:15
should have taken
Amanda Bigler
28:37
"frozen solid"
Amanda Bigler
28:59
If you are really cold, you can say "i'm frozen solid"
Amanda Bigler
29:49
you shouldn't have sat
Amanda Bigler
30:06
BIG difference between using the verb to sit, to set
Amanda Bigler
30:25
sit (sat) - humans, animals
Amanda Bigler
30:43
set (set)
Amanda Bigler
30:48
objects
Amanda Bigler
30:58
I sat down at the table
Amanda Bigler
31:12
I set the plate down on the table
Amanda Bigler
33:33
burglar - houses/cars
Amanda Bigler
34:16
mugger - attack on the street
Amanda Bigler
35:34
pickpocket - "stealthy"
Amanda Bigler
35:49
stealthy - go unnoticed / undetected
Amanda Bigler
37:03
robbers - stealing BIG things
Amanda Bigler
37:31
bank robbers
Amanda Bigler
37:43
train robbers
Amanda Bigler
37:55
lots of guns/arms
Amanda Bigler
38:05
involves more than one person
Amanda Bigler
38:39
going into a store/shop and stealing things
Amanda Bigler
39:06
UK - to lift
Amanda Bigler
41:57
a burglar 1
Amanda Bigler
42:52
verb - to burglarize
Amanda Bigler
43:07
The burglar burglarized the house last night
Amanda Bigler
44:16
robber
Amanda Bigler
44:28
verb - to rob
Amanda Bigler
44:39
The robber robbed the First National Bank
Léa Guerguet
44:56
Shoplifter
Amanda Bigler
45:15
verb - to shoplift
Amanda Bigler
45:36
I wanted those shoes but didn't have any money, so I shoplifted them
Amanda Bigler
45:40
I'm a shoplifter
Louise Dubreucq
46:20
a pickpocket
Amanda Bigler
46:35
to pickpocket
Amanda Bigler
46:54
I pickpocketed the passport
Amanda Bigler
47:07
I was pickpocketed.
Léa Guerguet
47:42
Mugger
Amanda Bigler
47:53
verb - to mug
Amanda Bigler
48:03
I was mugged
Amanda Bigler
48:14
I mugged someone
Amanda Bigler
48:30
mugshot
Amanda Bigler
48:40
photo that's taken when you get arrested and go to jail
Amanda Bigler
48:47
photos of muggers
Amanda Bigler
49:15
familiar/colloquial English - "mug" now can mean ANYONE'S face
Amanda Bigler
49:23
I have an ugly mug
Louise Dubreucq
50:15
a thief
Amanda Bigler
50:47
A thief thieves - NO
Amanda Bigler
50:50
A theif steals
Amanda Bigler
50:55
thief*
Amanda Bigler
51:27
adjective - The thieving sister
Amanda Bigler
51:43
noun - theivery
Amanda Bigler
51:47
thievery*
Amanda Bigler
52:09
She loved being into thievery*
Amanda Bigler
53:19
passive voice means?
Amanda Bigler
54:31
the subject is not doing the action
Amanda Bigler
54:54
Who is the subject in the sentence?
Amanda Bigler
55:00
Is that thing/person doing the action?
Amanda Bigler
55:22
My car has been stolen
Tiffany Desormiere
55:39
the car
Tiffany Desormiere
55:57
stolen
Ilana C
56:18
no
Ilana C
56:57
Someone stole my car
Amanda Bigler
57:04
Someone stole my car
Amanda Bigler
58:38
The road has been closed
Amanda Bigler
58:47
The road was closed
Amanda Bigler
59:00
The road closed
Pierre Pincet
59:22
no
Léa Guerguet
59:23
no
Ilana C
01:00:27
my handbag has been stolen
Léa Guerguet
01:00:30
My handbag has been stolen ?
Louise Dubreucq
01:00:38
*
Amanda Bigler
01:01:08
My handbag has been stolen by someone
Amanda Bigler
01:02:40
My house is being painted
Pierre Pincet
01:04:48
Goodbye, have a good rest miss, bye bye
Léa Guerguet
01:04:55
Goodbye