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Watch English films 10 of misunderstood words

At present many are like watching English movies, as conducive to the accumulation of words, but can exercise our spoken English. But often there will be some clever words in the English, we always get it wrong. The following is what we watch film the ten most misunderstood words in English, with a look.
1. Hello (is there a mistake) of greet does not always mean, sometimes "did wrong" meaning according to the context to judge. Example: Hello, anybody home, we''ll be late! (Is there a mistake, we're going to be late) 2.chick (girls) easy to misunderstand as "chicken, prostitutes", in fact this word is commonly used by young girls, do have frivolous in tone does not respect means. Example: Look at that chick at the door. (See the girl at the door) 3.pissed off (angry, unhappy) never considered to be "pee" meaning, piss off in the dictionary is "fuck off, fuck off" means, in fact the term is "angry and upset" mean, and angry agreed. Example: Man, is that guy pissed off? (Oops, is that guy was really angry) 4.Hey, Give me five (Hey, good! ) This very popular phrase, typically found in large, High fives with. Example: Hey, dude! Give me five! (Hey man, good! ) 5.freak out (blow) is always the word seen in the film, freak was "bizarre and abnormal" means, but the term is "mad" meaning, out can also be omitted, and the word in the United States that are very commonly used old saying be very upset. Example: He''s gonna freak (he is about to lose his temper) 6.Get out of here (don't make me laugh, don't lie) everyone is familiar with the word easily associated with "fuck off" means, it is often "don't be ridiculous, eg" meaning, can be heard in films are often, in the United States are very popular. Example: (Man:) You look very beautiful (you're beautiful) (Girl:) and Get out of here. (Don't lie) 7.gross (disgusting) is not a "chaotic" mean, gross is in the dictionary "overall, gross weight" means, in fact the term is "disgusting" meant, and gag agreed, is the United States young people the words on the lips of all day long. Example: Yuck, what is this stuff? It looks gross (Gee, what is it? Really sick) 8. Dude (man, man) at the beginning I misunderstood it as "Playboy, Playboy", in fact the term is commonly used in male young people, and the same as the guy, guy is broader. Example: Hey, dude, look at that girl. (Hey dude, look at that girl) 9.Green (novice, inexperienced) is not a "green" means, or "angry" meaning sometimes said "novice, inexperienced". Example: She''s really green, she looks nervous. (She's a novice, looking very nervous) 10.Have a crush on someone (SB) because of the crush is "crush crush" means, so that the entire phrase can easily be misunderstood as "put the squeeze on someone" meant, actually says the word "fall in love with someone", synonymous with fall in love with. Example: She thinks she has a crush on John. (She thought she was falling in love with John), PT; mso-font-kerning: 1.0pt; mso-ansi-language: en-Us; mso-fareast-language: ZH-Cn; mso-bidi-language: Ar-sA; mso-ascii-font-family: Arial; mso-hansi-font-family: Arial; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial">。 (Hey dude, look at that girl) 9.Green (novice, inexperienced) is not a "green" means, or "angry" meaning sometimes said "novice, inexperienced". Example: She''s really green, she looks nervous. (She's a novice, looking very nervous) 10.Have a crush on someone (SB) because of the crush is "crush crush" means, so that the entire phrase can easily be misunderstood as "put the squeeze on someone" meant, actually says the word "fall in love with someone", synonymous with fall in love with. Example: She thinks she has a crush on John. (She thought she was falling in love with John), PT; mso-font-kerning: 1.0pt; mso-ansi-language: en-Us; mso-fareast-language: ZH-Cn; mso-bidi-language: Ar-sA; mso-ascii-font-family: Arial; mso-hansi-font-family: Arial; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial">。 (Hey dude, look at that girl) 9.Green (novice, inexperienced) is not a "green" means, or "angry" meaning sometimes said "novice, inexperienced". Example: She''s really green, she looks nervous. (She's a novice, looking very nervous) 10.Have a crush on someone (SB) because of the crush is "crush crush" means, so that the entire phrase can easily be misunderstood as "put the squeeze on someone" meant, actually says the word "fall in love with someone", synonymous with fall in love with. Example: She thinks she has a crush on John. (She thought she was falling in love with John), PT; mso-font-kerning: 1.0pt; mso-ansi-language: en-Us; mso-fareast-language: ZH-Cn; mso-bidi-language: Ar-sA; mso-ascii-font-family: Arial; mso-hansi-font-family: Arial; mso-bidi-font-family: Arial">。 (Hey dude, look at that girl) 9.Green (novice, inexperienced) is not a "green" means, or "angry" meaning sometimes said "novice, inexperienced". Example: She''s really green, she looks nervous. (She's a novice, looking very nervous) 10.Have a crush on someone (SB) because of the crush is "crush crush" means, so that the entire phrase can easily be misunderstood as "put the squeeze on someone" meant, actually says the word "fall in love with someone", synonymous with fall in love with. Example: She thinks she has a crush on John. (She thought she was falling in love with John) BACK

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