📗Dialogue No. 01
George : I wish I read this book long before – How did I let it go unnoticed?
Jane : Don’t beat yourself up! Better late than never.
George: It’s no exaggeration to say that this book is worth its weight in gold.
Jane : Is it? I’m getting curious! Do you mind if I borrow it for a while?
George : I’m afraid not. Don’t get me wrong but the topics raised in it are over your head – If you read it on your own, you may lose it.
Jane : Hand it over to me already! You’re underestimating my intellectual capabilities. Aren’t you?
George: Far from it. That’s out of the question!
Go unnoticed : to not be seen or noticed.
Beat (oneself) up : to continually criticize or question oneself
Better late than never : it is better to do something or arrive after the expected time than not do it or
arrive at all.
Worth its weight in gold : so useful, helpful, or valuable.
For a while : for some time.
Get someone wrong : to misunderstand.
Lose it : to become mentally disturbed.
Underestimate : to rate something lower than its real value.
Out of the question : not allowed; not permitted.
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📗Dialogue No. 02
Suzan : My mom raised a stink when the store refused to accept her return without a receipt.
Josef : She shouldn’t have! No receipts no returns; that’s a simple rule of thumb.
Suzan: Really! Where is the common sense in that? They know her very well. She’s one of their most loyal customers – That’s why she was offended.
Josef : Well, I don’t want to be judgmental, but well-respected shops aren’t supposed to go hard with their customers.
Suzan : That’s right. After long argument, the seniors stepped in and helped us.
Josef : Yeah; I’d say! It’s all because of these greenhorn sales people.
Raise a stink : to make a scene.
Rule of thumb : an easily learned and easily applied procedure or standard
Common sense : sensibility; good sense and sound judgment.
Offended : annoyed
Judgmental : forming opinions of people and situations very quickly.
Go hard with : to be difficult, problematic, or unpleasant for someone.
I’d say : it is my estimate or opinion.
Greenhorn : a person who is inexperienced at a particular activity.
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📗Dialogue No. 03
David : Hey man! Won’t you grab a bite before you leave? What’s the hurry?
Stewart : Mum’s the word – I’m on a diet and I’m trying to avoid any food that’s out of season.
David: That’s a hogwash! Your problem isn’t food. What you need is food for thought.
Stewart : We had better not wash our dirty linen in public! I suppose.
David : You chump! What are you driving at?
Stewart : Your crazy cravings! your sweet tooth! You’re barking up the wrong tree, dude! All you need is a bit of workout.
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Grab a bite : to get something to eat.
Mum’s the word : to say nothing; don’t reveal a secret.
Out of season : not grown or available at the time of year in question.
Hogwash : nonsense.
Food for thought : ideas that are worth considering.
Wash one’s dirty linen in public : to talk to other people or in front of other people about personal things that should be kept private.
Chump : a foolish or easily deceived person.
Drive at something : to try to explain or say something.
Sweet tooth : a great liking for sweet-tasting foods.
To bark up the wrong tree : to pursue a mistaken or misguided thought or course of action.
Workout : exercise.
📗Dialogue No. 04
Jessie : What a spine-chilling movie! I was on the edge of my seat all along!
Martin : So was I! I was shook-up as well – It gave me the jitters!
Jessie: That ruthless giant wiped out tens of people. I caught on that he would be the villain the first scene he appeared.
Martin : He bumped off all of them without blinking an eye!
Jessie : What made him go berserk in your opinion?
Martin : The rats, of course. It’s no-brainer.
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Spine-chilling : terrifying, thrilling.
On the edge of one’s seat : in nervous suspense.
Shook-up : nervously upset
The jitters : anxiety, nervousness.
Wipe out : to kill.
Catch on : to understand.
Bump off : to kill.
Without blinking an eye : not showing any reaction to something
Go berserk : to become very angry, crazy, and violent.
No-brainer : something that requires or involves little or no mental effort.
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