Common Expressions Revision:
could (possibility) - Lets… - fancyVocabulary to fancy -
to want; often about food, drink, activities. Followed by ing
or a noun
- Do you fancy (going for) a walk later?
- I fancy seeing a film tonight.
- He fancies (having) a game of tennis this afternoon.
- to have a romantic attraction for someone, i.e. John fancies Maria. fed up with
- to be bored or irritated by something. Followed by ing
- I'm fed up with watching television, can we do something else?
- I'm fed up with this weather.
- to reserve a place in a restaurant or tickets for a journey etc, i.e.
on the other hand
- I've booked the tickets for the theatre.
- Can we books seats for the cinema?
- to offer an alternative, i.e.
- We could have the party at school. On the other hand, we could have it at my house.
to contrast two opposing ideas, i.e.
- Did you have a good holiday? - Well, the weather was terrible and the plane was late. On the other hand, the
- The house is too small. On the other hand, it does have a beautiful garden.
hotel was great.