English around us

A world of words


  • Don’t walk around outside in your bare feet.
  • There isn’t much time, so I’ll just give you the bare facts.
  • He became nervous when the dog growled and bared its teeth at him.
  • The men bared their heads  as they entered the church.
  • We took off our shoes and socks and walked barefoot along the beach.


  • All you gotta do is look for the bare necessities.



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This entry was posted on 21/03/2012 by in Emotions, Listening.
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