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Gloomy weather and English Humor

  • August 11, 2016
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Anglish Humor for today!

Thanks to Mike Franklin we discover new borderlines of the English language itself.

Also, we follow an overall development as we learn new words and completely unknown notions! We explore art, culture on the whole.

I wish you good luck and an endless stock of patience during our Anglish Humor studies.

As usual, we read the text on the picture or from the sentences below.

We find new words, possible definitions of the well-known lexis.

And of course, we guess the central meaning of the phrases.

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gloomy weather

  1. Reigning fore too daze and Chile…
  2. Yes. Glue me whether and pour for caste. May bee dryer two knight, with sum son in the morning.
  3. Let soap sew.
  • Reigning (of Reign) – exercising supreme power; predominating; prevailing;
  • Fore – formerly; previously; afore;
  • Too – more than enough;
  • Daze – to cause someone to lose clear vision, especially from intense light;
  • And – a particle which expresses the relation of connection or addition. It is used to conjoin a word with a word, a clause with a clause, or a sentence with a sentence;
  • Chilethe Republic of Chile, is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.
  • Glue – substances that cause the adherence of two surfaces;
  • Me – a pronoun of the first person used as the objective and dative case of the pronoun I;/a state in New England;
  • Whether – which of two alternatives;
  • Pour – to flow; issue; rush; rain heavily;
  • Caste – a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank or profession or wealth;
  • May – the fifth month;
  • Bee – an insect that collects honey and makes wax;
  • Dryer – an appliance that removes moisture;
  • Two – the next number after “one;”
  • Knight – a young servant or follower; a military attendant;
  • With – denoting nearness, association, or connection;
  • Sum – height; completion; utmost degree;
  • Son – a male child; a male descendant.

Definitions source.

Study the sentences, read them with your best pronunciation and find our the main meaning of the phrases.

And finally, what is the weather forecast for the couple in England?

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