Whatever It Takes (Imagine Dragons)

 

 

  1. WRITE DOWN THE MISSING WORDS

Falling too fast to ___________ for this
Tripping in the world could be ____________
Everybody circling, it’s vulturous
Negative, __________

Everybody waiting for the fall of ____________
Everybody praying for the end of ____________
Everybody hoping they could be the___________
I was born to run, I was born for __________

Whip, whip
Run me ___________ a racehorse
Pull me ____________a ripcord
Break me___________ and build me up
I wanna be the slip, slip
Word upon your lip, lip
__________ that you rip, rip
Break me ____________ and build me up

  1. PUT THE LINES IN CORRECT ORDER

_____ You take me to the top I’m ready for _____Whatever it takes
_____I do whatever it takes
_____’Cause I love how it feels when I break the chains
_____ Whatever it takes
_____ ‘Cause I love the adrenaline in my veins
_____ I do what it takes

_____’Cause I love the adrenaline in my veins

_____ Whatever it takes

  1. CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD

Always had/has a fear of being typical
Looking at my body feeling miserable/classical
Always hanging/taking on to the visual
I wanna be invisible/visible

Looking at my tears/years like a martyrdom
Everybody needs/feedsto be a part of ’em
Never be enough, I’m the prodigal pond/son
I was born to run/fun, I was born for this

  1. WRITE DOWN THE MISSING WORDS

Whip, whip
Run me ___________ a racehorse

Pull me ____________a ripcord
Break me___________ and build me up
I wanna be the slip, slip
Word upon your lip, lip
__________ that you rip, rip
Break me ____________ and build me up

  1. PUT THE LINES IN CORRECT ORDER

_____ You take me to the top I’m ready for _____Whatever it takes
_____I do whatever it takes
_____’Cause I love how it feels when I break the chains
_____ Whatever it takes
_____ ‘Cause I love the adrenaline in my veins
_____ I do what it takes

_____’Cause I love the adrenaline in my veins

_____ Whatever it takes

  1. FIND THE MISTAKES AND CORRECT THEM

Hypocritical, egotistical
Don’t gonna be the parenthetical, hypothetical
Working onto something that I’m could of, out of the cold
An epoxy to the world and the vision we’ve love
I’m an apostrophe
I’m judge a symbol to remind you that there’s more to sail
I’m just a product of the system, a catastrophe
And get a masterpiece, and yet I’m half-diseased
And when I am deceased
At least I go up to the grave and die happily
Leave the body of my soul to be a part of me
I do what it cakes

  1. PUT THE LINES IN CORRECT ORDER

_____ You take me to the top I’m ready for

_____Whatever it takes
_____I do whatever it takes
_____’Cause I love how it feels when I break the chains
_____ Whatever it takes
_____ ‘Cause I love the adrenaline in my veins
_____ I do what it takes

_____’Cause I love the adrenaline in my veins

_____ Whatever it takes

Whatever It Takes

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Make and Do

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Common Collocations with DO

  • Do a deal

To make an arrangement, esp. in business

Eg: Have you done any deals with distributors in Asia yet?

  • Do business

To be engaged in business, to be involved in commerce or trade.

Eg: We want to do business with you

  • Do damage

To cause harm or damage

eg: Did the storm do much damage?

  • Do the dishes

To wash plates, cups, pots, pans, knives, forks, etc. used to cook and eat a meal

Eg: Whose turn is it to do the dishes tonight?

  • Do the ironing

To iron clothes, sheets, …

Eg: I like listening to the radio while I’m doing the ironing.

  • Do the shopping

To buy food and groceries

Eg: We usually do the shopping at our local supermarket.

  • Do (your) best

Do all you can to succeed

Eg: We did our best to win, but the other team played really well.

  • Do (your) duty

Do what you should do at work, at home, or for your community

Eg: The police were just doing their duty when they arrested him.

  • Do (your) hair

Style your hair. I need the hair dresser to do my hair

Eg: Every morning I do my hair so it looks presentable.

  • Do (your) nails

Paint your nails

Eg: Can you open this envelope for me? I just did my nails and they’re still wet.

  • Do someone a favour

Do something for someone as an act of kindness

He: He did us a big favour by postponing his departure for a couple of weeks.

  • Do harm

To have a bad effect on somebody or something

Eg: The floods didn’t do any serious harm to our crops.

  • Do damage

To cause harm or damage

Eg: Did the storm do much damage?

  • Do better

To improve performance or condition

Eg: We didn’t play well today, but I’m sure we’ll do better next time.

  • Do work

To put effort into a task or a job

Eg: I’ve done enough work for one day. I’m going home.

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Common Collocations with MAKE

  • Make a bed

To neatly arrange the sheets, blankets and pillows on a bed

Eg: Mum says I have to make my bed before I go to school.

  • Make a decision

To decide what to do

Eg: „Have you made a decision yet?“

  • Make a fortune

To make a huge amount of money

Eg: My uncle made a fortune in the software business.

  • Make a fuss

To create unnecessary excitement or concern about something

Eg: I like people who achieve a lot without making a big fuss about what they’re doing.

  • Make a living

To earn money for the things you need in life

Eg: It’s not easy to make a living when the economy’s so bad.

  • Make a mess

To create an untidy or disorganized state or situation

Eg: If rich kids make a mess, their servants tidy things up again.

  • Make a mistake

To do something that’s wrong or has bad results

Eg: Whenever we make mistakes, our teacher corrects them for us.

  • Make a note (of)

To write down something so that you don’t forget it

Eg: I’d better make a note of that, or I might forget.

  • Make a pass at

Flirt with someone

Eg: My best friend’s brother made a pass at me – he asked if I was single and tried to get my phone number.

  • Make a profit

To make money from business or investments

Eg: Big companies employ smart people to ensure they pay very little tax on the huge profits they make.

  • Make a reservation

To book or reserve a seat on a train, a table in a restaurant, a room in a hotel, …

Eg: Shall I make a reservation for 8 o’clock at that Japanese restaurant?

  • Make a takeover bid

To try to get control of something

Eg: The company made a takeover bid for one of its rivals.

  • Make an appearance

To appear; to appear in a performance

Eg: We waited for thirty minutes for the professor to make an appearance, then we went home.

  • Make an effort

To put time and energy into doing something

Eg: You can’t learn a language without making an effort.

  • Make an excuse

To give a reason for doing something you shouldn’t do, or for not doing something you should do

Eg: He got to work late and made some excuse about being stuck in traffic.

  • Make an offer

To state a price you’re willing to pay for something

Eg: He made a generous offer, but I had to turn it down.

  • Make contact

To contact a person or an organisation

Eg: After I get there, I’ll make contact with a number of local trading companies.

  • Make friends

To form new friendships

Eg: Jenny finds it hard to make friends.

  • Make peace

To end hostilities; to reach a peace agreement

Eg: Both countries can rebuild now that they have made peace with each other.

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The most important English proverbs

What are proverbs?

Every culture has a collection of wise sayings that offer advice about how to live your life. These sayings are called „proverbs“.

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How can you use proverbs to learn English?

It’s good to know the really common English proverbs because you hear them come up in conversation all the time. Learning proverbs can also help you to understand the way that people in English-speaking cultures think about the world.

Proverbs can also give you good example sentences which you can memorize and use as models for building your own sentences.

The most important English Proverbs

This is a list of some of the most important and well-known English proverbs. Below each one, there’s a simple explanation.

The meanings of some of these phrases have shifted over the years so a proverb might have originally had a different meaning than the one I explain.

  1. „Two wrongs don’t make a right.“ When someone has done something bad to you, trying to get revenge will only make things worse.

  2. „The pen is mightier than the sword.“ Trying to convince people with ideas and words is more effective than trying to force people to do what you want.

  3. When in Rome, do as the Romans.“Act the way that the people around you are acting. This phrase might come in handy when you’re traveling abroad notice that people do things differently than you’re used to.

  4. „No man is an island.“ You can’t live completely independently. Everyone needs help from other people.

  5. „People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.“ Don’t criticize other people if you’re not perfect yourself.

  6. „Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.“ Bad things might happen, so be prepared.

  7. „Better late than never.“ It’s best to do something on time. But if you can’t do it on time, do it late.

  8. „Better late than never.“ It’s best to do something on time. But if you can’t do it on time, do it late.

  9. „Never look a gift horse in the mouth.“ If someone offers you a gift, don’t question it.

  10. „If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it.“ Don’t try to improve something that already works fairly well. You’ll probably end up causing new problems.

  11. „Easy come, easy go.“ When you get money quickly, like by winning it, it’s easy to spend it or lose it quickly as well.

  12. „Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.“ Different people have different ideas about what’s beautiful.

  13. „You can’t judge a book by its cover.“ Things sometimes look different than they really are. A restaurant that looks old and small might have amazing food, for example.

  14. „Honesty is the best policy.“ Don’t lie.

  15. „Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.“ Your plans might not work out, so don’t start thinking about what you’ll do after you succeed. Wait until you’ve already succeeded, and then you can think about what to do next.