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L2 Ex Voc 11-12h - Mercredi - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Bigler
00:38
Hello all. We'll start in a minute or two
ELA-&'-èç ERCAN
00:46
Good morninnng
Juliette Jourdain
00:48
Hello!
Lisa Mizzon
00:51
Hi!
Sabrina Frouard
01:09
Hello! :)
Manon Raout
01:26
Hello!
Chloé Lafitte
01:50
Hello!
Floriane Delaviere
01:53
Hello !
Hugo Durant
02:16
Hello !!
Hugo Durant
02:26
yes !
Maëlle Margery
02:29
Hello, yes !
Reine Bouayi
02:30
Hello
Clélie Batteux
02:42
hello!
Maly Dia
03:23
depress
Reine Bouayi
04:11
unease
Aurélie Van de casteele
04:29
affect ?
Manon Raout
04:30
stress
Floriane Delaviere
04:40
stress
Reine Bouayi
04:43
oh I did'nt see the work bellow
Amanda Bigler
05:16
unease - when we are uncomfortable with something
Amanda Bigler
05:29
My sister left our door unlocked. That makes me uneasy
Amanda Bigler
05:53
affect
Amanda Bigler
06:05
something changing your mood
Amanda Bigler
06:18
affect someone else
Amanda Bigler
06:27
affect someone positively or negatively
Clélie Batteux
06:56
comfort
Chloe Raguenet
06:59
comfort
Amanda Bigler
07:18
comfort - a verb or a noun
Amanda Bigler
07:23
I'm comforting you
Amanda Bigler
07:36
I like comfort
Maëlle Margery
07:58
Comfortable
Reine Bouayi
07:59
comfortable
Amanda Bigler
08:06
comfortable
Amanda Bigler
08:24
comfy
Amanda Bigler
08:32
That couch is comfy
Amanda Bigler
09:17
It was cold outside. I am by the fireplace. I'm comfy and cozy
Floriane Delaviere
10:22
tension
Amanda Bigler
11:10
tension between 2 things
Amanda Bigler
11:26
There was tension between my dog and me
Amanda Bigler
12:15
put the other thing/person first
Amanda Bigler
12:18
me
ELA-&'-èç ERCAN
12:31
no
Manon Raout
12:46
delighted
Amanda Bigler
13:24
happy about something but in a very pure/childish way
Amanda Bigler
13:39
I saw a butterly yesterday and it landed on my hand. I'm delighted
Amanda Bigler
14:13
delight
Amanda Bigler
14:16
UK
Amanda Bigler
14:19
delight
Amanda Bigler
14:27
I babysat your kids. They were a delight
Clélie Batteux
14:54
surprised
Amanda Bigler
16:33
surprised - in a good way OR in a bad way
Amanda Bigler
16:47
I studied for the exam so I was surprised to receive a 2/20
Amanda Bigler
17:02
I didn't study and I got a 20/20. I was surprised
Clélie Batteux
17:32
sulky
Amanda Bigler
17:39
sulky
Amanda Bigler
18:18
sulk sulky into a sentence?
ELA-&'-èç ERCAN
18:25
she has been sulking for 3 hours
Amanda Bigler
18:42
She has been happy for 3 hours
ELA-&'-èç ERCAN
18:56
because I did not give her chocolate
Clélie Batteux
19:41
terror
Aurélie Van de casteele
19:41
terror
Maly Dia
19:42
terror
Maëlle Margery
19:43
Terror
Floriane Delaviere
19:44
terror
Amanda Bigler
20:34
someone/something who is mean/awful/the devil
Amanda Bigler
20:45
I babysat your kids. They were terrors
Clélie Batteux
21:14
terrible
Amanda Bigler
21:22
They were terrible
Amanda Bigler
21:50
I felt terror at the scary movie
Clélie Batteux
22:09
suffering
Aurélie Van de casteele
22:10
suffering
Maëlle Margery
22:13
Suffering
Amanda Bigler
22:51
suffering - He suffered from hunger
Clélie Batteux
23:46
Students suffer through the pandemic.
Amanda Bigler
23:54
suffer though
Amanda Bigler
23:56
through
Amanda Bigler
24:02
through
Amanda Bigler
24:24
I suffer through my husband's singing
Maly Dia
25:03
cry
Maëlle Margery
25:07
Cry
Maëlle Margery
25:38
weep ?
Amanda Bigler
25:45
weep
Maly Dia
25:49
whine ?
Maly Dia
25:53
oh no
Justine Nickles
26:05
sob
ELA-&'-èç ERCAN
26:07
shed tears
Amanda Bigler
26:37
use different words if you can
Amanda Bigler
27:13
past tense of to weep - wept
Reine Bouayi
27:34
tears
Aurélie Van de casteele
27:35
tear
Amanda Bigler
28:52
adjective
Amanda Bigler
29:19
There was a man following behind me. He was disconcerting
Amanda Bigler
29:37
+ ing
Amanda Bigler
30:15
I thought I had paid back my sister, but I had forgotten. She was disconcerted
Amanda Bigler
30:55
I was dismayed
Maly Dia
31:22
she looked at him with dismay, trying to guess what he wanted from her
Amanda Bigler
31:41
look at someone with dismay
Amanda Bigler
31:55
I am giving you a dirty look
Amanda Bigler
32:01
a dirty look
Amanda Bigler
32:26
cause distress
Amanda Bigler
32:43
distress - after someone's apologiz(s)ing
Amanda Bigler
32:55
z(s)
Amanda Bigler
33:25
I'm sorry I caused you distress
Clélie Batteux
33:59
damsel in distress
Maly Dia
34:05
damsel in distress
Amanda Bigler
34:11
damsel in distress
Chloe Raguenet
34:54
I am dreading her reaction
Amanda Bigler
35:09
I am dreading going to class on Zoom
Amanda Bigler
35:35
to dread - verb for hair
Amanda Bigler
35:42
I'm dreading my hair
Amanda Bigler
36:10
I'm putting my hair into dreadlocks
Amanda Bigler
36:52
"fear" as an adjective
Clélie Batteux
36:58
fearful
Aurélie Van de casteele
37:19
afraid
Chloe Raguenet
37:19
Don't know :/
Maly Dia
37:23
afraid
Amanda Bigler
37:26
I'm afraid
Amanda Bigler
38:35
to fear - hardly ever used in English
Amanda Bigler
38:43
I fear going to the dentist - NO
Maëlle Margery
39:20
Going to the dentist is fearful.
Amanda Bigler
39:33
Going to the dentist makes me fearful
Amanda Bigler
40:05
Going to the dentist is scary
Maly Dia
40:08
I’m afraid to go to the dentist
Amanda Bigler
40:31
today - in the near future
Amanda Bigler
41:00
I'm afraid of going to the dentist
Amanda Bigler
41:14
swap - change
Amanda Bigler
41:29
I'm fearful of going to the dentist
Amanda Bigler
41:40
I'm fearful to go to the dentist
Chloe Raguenet
42:04
stop frightening your sister
Amanda Bigler
42:28
stop loving your sister
Chloe Raguenet
42:40
ohw ok !
Clélie Batteux
42:51
I was frightened by my brother when he hid in the dark
Océane Legros
42:58
with these horror movies
Amanda Bigler
44:06
maniacal laughter
ELA-&'-èç ERCAN
44:18
evil laughter ?
Clélie Batteux
44:27
like a witch laughing
Amanda Bigler
44:56
The professor gave everyone a 0/20 and felt happy about it, as she laughed maniacally
Amanda Bigler
45:24
bad guys/girls
Agnė Latvėnaitė
46:14
It moved me to tears
Chloe Raguenet
46:17
this performance moved me tot tears
Chloe Raguenet
46:21
to*
Amanda Bigler
46:28
moved to tears
Sophie K
46:36
His lost moves me ?
Amanda Bigler
46:49
His loss moves me
Sophie K
46:56
ok :)
Amanda Bigler
47:05
affect - synonym
Amanda Bigler
47:20
That painting moves me
Amanda Bigler
47:35
move
Amanda Bigler
48:01
chess
Amanda Bigler
48:04
It's your move
Chloe Raguenet
48:35
what is the meaning of "It's your move" ? please
Chloe Raguenet
48:49
aah oui d'accord merci :)
Sophie K
48:50
I was shocking by his behaviour
Clélie Batteux
48:55
I was shocked by the accident.
Sophie K
49:12
ooh yes sorry !!!!
Amanda Bigler
49:16
I was shocked by his behaviour
Amanda Bigler
49:37
what is this behavior?
Amanda Bigler
49:47
accident
Amanda Bigler
50:13
I was shocked by his behavio(u)r
Océane Legros
50:44
he was extremely violent
Amanda Bigler
51:41
sigh - bored
Amanda Bigler
51:46
in love
Amanda Bigler
51:50
frustrated
Amanda Bigler
51:52
angry
Chloe Raguenet
52:05
Stop sighting each time I ask you to cleanyour dirty room please
Amanda Bigler
52:12
sighing
Amanda Bigler
53:08
I'm sighing because there are no other examples
Amanda Bigler
53:20
a sigh of relief
Sophie K
53:20
he sighed when he saw how much homewoek has had to do
Océane Legros
53:41
the movie is so boring that Emilie can't stop sighing
Sophie K
53:54
*homework he had to do
Aurélie Van de casteele
54:11
After finishing her book, she sighed sadly after realising it was the end of it
Amanda Bigler
55:00
to take pity on someone
Chloe Raguenet
55:15
her attitude is taking me pity on ?
Amanda Bigler
55:17
1 positive. She couldn't pay for lunch. I took pity on her and paid for her
Amanda Bigler
55:37
Her attitude takes pity on me
Amanda Bigler
55:51
preposition - pronoun
Amanda Bigler
56:00
take pity on
Amanda Bigler
56:22
sympathetic
Amanda Bigler
56:43
Oh he doesn't know any of the answers. He's stupid. Take pity on him
Amanda Bigler
56:48
ssarcastic
Reine Bouayi
56:53
This cold weather makes me pity on homeless?
Amanda Bigler
57:09
The cold weather makes me pity the homeless
Amanda Bigler
57:18
take pity on
Amanda Bigler
57:22
pity
Amanda Bigler
57:49
I pity the homeless
Amanda Bigler
58:00
I'm taking pity on the homeless - doing an action
Amanda Bigler
58:07
to pity - feel bad about something
Sophie K
58:45
it's okay, thank you
Amanda Bigler
59:18
on Moodle
Amanda Bigler
59:28
write a scary story using the vocab words we've talked about
Maëlle Margery
59:35
Thank you, take care bye !
Léa Sené
59:43
Have a good day!
Clélie Batteux
59:47
have a nice holidays! Take care!
Manon Raout
59:48
Thank you, Goodbye!
Maly Dia
59:50
take care
Juliette Jourdain
59:50
Thank you !
Sophie K
59:51
see you