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English Conversation 25: Dishwasher



1. to be sick and tired of doing something: to be bored or annoyed of something that one has been doing for a long time
  • I am sick and tired of this job. I need to find a new job.
  • I have only eaten salad for the last 10 days because of my diet. I am sick and tired of eating salad. I want a hamburger.
2. Can a person afford...?: a question used to ask if there is enough money to do something
  • Can you afford to buy a new car?
  • Can you afford to buy that expensive jacket?
3. It costs...: a sentence pattern used to tell the price of something
  • It costs 10 dollars.
  • It costs $50.

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