ቃላት ማጣቀሻ

Session 1

Oh! 
expresses surprise
"What a lovely surprise."

Hooray! 
expresses pleasure
"It’s the summer holidays."

Ouch! / Ow! 
expresses pain
"I just stepped on a pin."

Ugh! 
expresses disgust
"I hate mice."

Oh no!
expresses slight shock or disappointment
"The car won’t start."

Phew! 
expresses relief
"I’ve finished that essay at last."

Wow! 
expresses admiration
"You look great in that dress."

Oops! 
expresses mistakes
"I’ve just spilt some coffee."

Yippee! 
expresses excitement
"We’re going to the beach."

Mhm!
expresses acknowledgement

Yuck!
expresses disgust or strong dislike

Eww!
another interjection for expressing disgust or dislike

Meh!
expresses indifference or means that something is not terrible but is not very good

Duh!
expresses annoyance about something that should have been obvious, commenting that the other speaker is being stupid.

Humph!
expresses dissatisfaction or annoyance.

Whatever!
a dismissive, sometimes rude comment showing that the speaker doesn't care about what the other person says.

Ooh!
expresses surprise, excitement or pleasure

Mmm!
expresses pleasure

Oi! / Hey!
expresses anger and surprise

Aha!
 
expresses sudden understanding with a feeling of success

Whoa!
a response to something unexpected or encouragement to slow down

Session 3

having a ball
having fun

infrastructure
systems such as ​transport and ​power ​supplies, that a ​country uses to ​work ​effectively

venue
a place where a large event is held, such as a stadium

chaotic
confused, messy

fright
sudden feeling of fear or alarm

cleaned up its act
improved its performance

on the right track
doing something well

missed a trick
missed an opportunity

keep their wits about them
be alert at all times

panoramic views
wide views of beautiful sceneny

reservations
doubts

give them a hand
help them

Session 4

dating
having regular romantic meetings with someone

blind date
a romantic meeting between two people who have never met before

disinfectant
a liquid containing chemicals used for cleaning things such as kitchens and toilets

an early night
an evening when you go to bed early

Session 5

abandon ship!
something sailors shout when they have to leave their ship in an emergency

stretch
area (of water)

wading
walking through deep water

invasion
attack with the aim of controlling a place

admiral
high-ranking officer in the navy

inhabitants
people who live in a particular place

outrage
feeling of anger

honour
(here) keep

cord
thick rope

leapt
jump