And chess is that game with I think 64 squares. Imagine that you are a chess player.
Did Baut take the bait? So, the expression to take the bait is quite often used in English. You have all of the family come over and you hide in the room, you know. Intermediate Can ask all types of general questions and can understand longer answers.
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Advanced Can understand long, complex answers. The Language Level symbol shows a user's proficiency in the languages they're interested in. Welcome to this episode of Aussie English. Happy birthday!
Beginner Has difficulty understanding even short answers in this language. Can you go to Woolies or Coles. Beginner-Intermediate Can ask simple questions and can understand simple answers.
Did he take the bait? So, if your dad got lured out, like in that last example to the shops, he fell for it. Did we take the bait? fake
I mean, this is the kind of expression that I would use quite a bit, that I hear quite a bit in Australian English, and it kind of surpasses all kinds of English. This is more a figurative one as well.
Can you go up to the shops. Example 3. So, you get to bit two things at once. Did they take the bait? Ok, 1.
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I hope you enjoyed this episode. So, imagine that there is a pest species in your local park, say a squirrel. The rooks or the castles are the ones on the end. All the best!
Take the bait
And this is the case with my father actually. The first row is pawns. Just, you know, me, my sister, mum and you. He took the bait.
Can you go get some meat? Receive answers from anywhere. And the verb to take in this sense can mean here to eat, to swallow, to bite onto the bait.
Did I fall for it? Did you take the bait? Setting your Language Level helps other users provide you with answers that aren't too complex or too simple. baif
Did she take the bait? We asked him to go get some snags and some lamb and some meat and everything for the barbie.
Be part of the HiNative community while on the go! He believed it. So, not necessarily that they would want to do if thr knew the full circumstance or the full circumstances. Example 2.
Taking the bait
He takes your queen and then all of a sudden you make a movement and checkmate. Happy 60th! Spelling it N-A-S-A or as a word?