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L1 LA 9h-10h30 mardi - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Bigler
01:11
Hello all, we'll start in a minute or two
Amanda Bigler
05:20
My mom's music
Amanda Bigler
05:42
nostalgic
Amanda Bigler
06:21
close to me - The Cure
Amanda Bigler
07:11
It gives me the warm fuzzies
Amanda Bigler
08:55
alien
Amanda Bigler
09:03
That is alien to me
Amanda Bigler
09:17
Quantum physics is alien to me
Amanda Bigler
09:33
an alien
Amanda Bigler
09:45
alien - etranger
Amanda Bigler
10:08
alien - negative connotation
Amanda Bigler
11:44
profoundly - shocking
Amanda Bigler
12:00
I discovered a cure for cancer. It was profound
Amanda Bigler
12:54
I make a fool of myself
Amanda Bigler
13:08
they (people) make a fool of themselves
Amanda Bigler
13:41
I'm making a fool of you
Amanda Bigler
13:56
They are making a fool of me
Amanda Bigler
14:35
me, you, him/her
Amanda Bigler
15:34
moved to tears - positive connotation
Amanda Bigler
16:09
no great expectation
Amanda Bigler
16:44
I heard the movie wasn't that exciting, so I had no great expectations
marine nicodeme
17:03
cacophony
Amanda Bigler
17:35
almost ALWAYS used to talk about sound
Amanda Bigler
19:06
all of these words sound like the actual sound
Amanda Bigler
19:44
onomatopoeia
Amanda Bigler
20:10
creak
Amanda Bigler
23:54
how music has evolved
Amanda Bigler
27:00
Midwest or the south
Amanda Bigler
27:06
cowboy music
Amanda Bigler
27:36
dixie chicks
Amanda Bigler
27:52
country music - a culture
Amanda Bigler
28:06
accents
Amanda Bigler
29:31
Bohemian Rhapsody
Amanda Bigler
29:33
classical
Amanda Bigler
29:35
opera
Amanda Bigler
29:37
rock
Amanda Bigler
30:34
keen on
Amanda Bigler
30:42
keen on - keen for
Amanda Bigler
30:45
we like it
Amanda Bigler
30:59
UK - I'm keen on you
Amanda Bigler
31:16
keen - wanting to do something
Amanda Bigler
31:22
Do you want to go to the movies?
Amanda Bigler
31:24
Yes, I'm keen
Amanda Bigler
32:33
a special occasion
Amanda Bigler
32:45
My birthday is a special occasion
Amanda Bigler
33:37
silence
Amanda Bigler
34:35
musical taste- music we like
Amanda Bigler
34:45
I like classical music
Amanda Bigler
35:54
Taste in clothing
Amanda Bigler
35:58
Taste in film
Amanda Bigler
36:05
Taste in dates
Amanda Bigler
36:21
Taste in music
Amanda Bigler
36:30
I have good taste
Amanda Bigler
36:34
I have bad taste
Amanda Bigler
37:04
I wore my mom's old boots. I have bad taste in clothing
Amanda Bigler
38:25
covers
Amanda Bigler
38:32
other people singing original songs
Amanda Bigler
39:08
- children's songs
Amanda Bigler
42:14
yawn
Amanda Bigler
43:39
set our alarm
Amanda Bigler
44:23
duvet - UK
Amanda Bigler
44:49
US - covers
Amanda Bigler
45:25
blankets
Amanda Bigler
45:44
duvet
Amanda Bigler
46:27
sheets
Amanda Bigler
48:33
soon they oversleep - NO
Amanda Bigler
48:39
"soon"
Amanda Bigler
49:15
snore
Amanda Bigler
49:45
nightmares
Amanda Bigler
49:54
am
Amanda Bigler
49:57
dream
Amanda Bigler
50:21
I am fast asleep
Amanda Bigler
50:43
I am fast asleep - to fall asleep quickly
Amanda Bigler
50:51
to be completely asleep
Amanda Bigler
51:05
I'm sleeping hard
Amanda Bigler
51:35
I slept like a log
Amanda Bigler
52:21
log - big piece of wood
Amanda Bigler
53:07
jet-lagged
Amanda Bigler
53:39
I'm tired because it's 9 a.m. in New York but I just flew to Paris and it's midnight
Amanda Bigler
54:12
jet - aeroplane
Amanda Bigler
54:22
lagged - to be behind
Amanda Bigler
54:39
I am jet-lagged
Amanda Bigler
55:07
nap
Amanda Bigler
55:37
siesta
Amanda Bigler
55:59
a nap for 30 minutes
Amanda Bigler
56:04
cat nap
Amanda Bigler
56:11
I'm taking a cat nap
Amanda Bigler
56:41
log - piece of wood
Amanda Bigler
56:54
I slept like a log
Amanda Bigler
57:45
used to
Amanda Bigler
58:21
Used to - something we did in the past but don't do anymore
Amanda Bigler
58:35
I used to like Beanie Babies, but I sold all of them
Amanda Bigler
59:00
Didn't use to
Amanda Bigler
59:10
we did not do/have in the past but now do
Amanda Bigler
01:00:11
Expressing what we did specifically in the past
Amanda Bigler
01:00:17
used to have
Amanda Bigler
01:00:45
I used to go swimming with my sister
Amanda Bigler
01:01:38
verb + ing
Amanda Bigler
01:01:51
I'm not used to going to the store
Amanda Bigler
01:02:14
not used to - normally do not do
Amanda Bigler
01:02:24
I'm not used to cooking but my parents are gone
Amanda Bigler
01:02:54
get used to
Amanda Bigler
01:03:07
it's something we don't normally do, but now we do it a lot
Amanda Bigler
01:03:29
I have to get used to the curfew
Amanda Bigler
01:04:18
I have to get used to the curfew; I used to stay out until midnight
Amanda Bigler
01:04:52
You'll get used to it
Amanda Bigler
01:05:07
Things will normaliz(s)e
Amanda Bigler
01:05:26
You don't like living alone, but don't worry. You'll get used to it
Amanda Bigler
01:07:03
wrong - we used to play
Amanda Bigler
01:08:45
get used to getting up
Amanda Bigler
01:09:12
verb +ing
Amanda Bigler
01:09:32
( )
Amanda Bigler
01:10:31
homework - optional
Estelle Routhier
01:12:30
good bye