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Hello everyone and welcome back to my channel or welcome if this
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is the first video you watch on my channel.
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Today we see together 16 fixed sentences with the verb "to put".
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If you need subtitles to follow the lesson,
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please activate them because they are available.
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Now we begin to see the collocations with the verb "to put".
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These are fixed sentences, therefore sentences in which the verb "to put" is fixed.
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We cannot change it to another verb.
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And that they are widely used in everyday language, therefore in everyday life.
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The first collocation is: put petrol.
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Put petrol.
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What does it mean?
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It means driving your vehicle to a petrol pump,
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service station and filling up your vehicle's tank with petrol.
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Then we put gas.
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The second phrase we learn today is: put it right.
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To put in order means to put in order, to arrange.
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For example, if my desk is messy, meaning things are out of place,
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so there is a lot of clutter on my desk, what should I do?
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I have to tidy up, that is, take the objects and arrange them in their place.
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The opposite of tidying up is messing up.
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So the third sentence we learn today is: to mess up.
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Then do exactly the opposite of what we just said.
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If my desk is tidy, so all things are in their place,
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I take objects and move them around creating confusion.
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So I'm messing up my desk.
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The fourth collocation today is: to question.
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If I question what you say it means that I am doubting what you are saying.
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I mean, I'm not sure what you're saying is true,
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so I question it, I question it.
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And maybe I ask you: Are you sure? Are you sure?
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The fifth collocation that we see together today is
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a very nice phrase, which I really like (for the pronunciation).
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The phrase is: put tares.
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To drive a wedge between two people, for example.
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What is tares?
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The zizzania is a weed, which therefore creates damage, for example.
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Plants or weeds in a lawn spoil the
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green lawn and so the concept is just that.
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If I drive a wedge between two people it means I want to create problems for their relationship.
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I want to put the relationship between those two people in difficulty.
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So to discord is to spread discord.
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The next sentence that we see together today is a very colloquial sentence,
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but it is useful because you might hear it in movies or TV series.
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It's about the phrase: to put someone under.
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Running over someone means running over someone with a vehicle.
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So if I say: This morning they ransacked a lady.
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I'm saying someone hit a lady with their vehicle this morning.
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The next sentence is a very interesting sentence that might remind you of a
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sentence we saw in the lesson on sentences with the verb "to take".
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The sentence in question is: set foot
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Which means to go or come to a place.
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I'll give you an example.
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I had a bad experience in this restaurant, I ate very badly,
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so I will never set foot there again.
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I mean, I won't come again.
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Then we find the word "foot", but this time with the verb "to put".
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To set foot means to go or come to a place.
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The following sentence is: put into practice.
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To practice means to implement something that has been talked about or learned.
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For example, we are seeing sentences that
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you can then put into practice in the conversation.
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So now we are talking theoretically, but then when you talk to someone you
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will put into practice all the information you have absorbed from this lesson.
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The next sentence is: to embarrass or make someone uncomfortable.
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It means making them feel out of place.
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If I embarrass or make someone uncomfortable it means I
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'm doing things or saying things that shame the other person.
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I'm saying things that make the other person feel out of place in that situation.
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The opposite is: put (someone) at ease.
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If I put someone at ease it means I'm
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doing everything to make that person feel good in that situation.
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The next sentence is: frighten.
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If I scare someone it means I scare that person.
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If I say: "You scared me" it means "You scared me".
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Another very useful phrase that I invite you to
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write down in your notebook is: to hurry.
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For example, someone says to me: "Come on, hurry up, we're late!".
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Hurry up! Hurry up!
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And I answer: "Don't rush me!".
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Or for example if we are doing something,
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for example I could say "if you rush me I won't do a good job".
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Another phrase that can be useful is: set in motion.
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Starting literally means starting the engine of a vehicle,
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so for example I say "now I'll start the car and go".
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But figuratively setting in motion can also
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be used for example to tell someone to think.
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For example: Get your brain going!
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That is: think!
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That is, you start your brain to reason, to think.
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Then the antepenultimate sentence that we see together today is: put an end.
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To put an end to something means to finish something, finish something, terminate something.
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For example, ending a relationship means ending a relationship between two people.
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The penultimate sentence that we see together today is very useful.
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The phrase is: inform.
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To inform means to inform.
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Today's last sentence is: put to the test.
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Try.
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In my videos I often tell you "
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test your knowledge of adjectives, verbs, etc".
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But you can also put it to the test,
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that is, see how someone gets along in a given situation.
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So, that's it for today's vocabulary lesson.
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I hope you find it useful.
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If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below.
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I also remind you that in the description of this video
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you will find the other two lessons of this series.
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I thank you as always for having watched
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this lesson too and I hope to see you again in the next one.
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Good continuation and see you soon.
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Bye!

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