Learn/Practice English with MOVIES(Lesson #6)Title: Spider-Man far from Home 2019
In this topic, you're going to learn vocabulary and phrases from Spider-man far from home.
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Gone is the past participle of ‘go’
(of a thing) used up‘Where's the coffee?’ ‘It's all gone.’
(of a person) having left a place; away from a place‘Is Tom here?’ ‘No, he was gone before I arrived.’
Forgotten is the past participle of ‘forget’
Tribute (n.): tribute (to somebody) an act, a statement or a gift that is intended to show your love or respect, especially for a dead person at her funeral her oldest friend paid tribute to her life and work.
[singular] tribute to something/somebody showing the good effects or influence of something/somebody
His recovery is a tribute to the doctors' skill.
(especially in the past) money given by one country or political leader to another, especially in return for protection or for not being attacked
Insane: (informal) very stupid, crazy or dangerous
I must have been insane to agree to the idea.
(informal) extremely annoyed; angry
This job is driving me insane.
(formal or old-fashioned) seriously mentally ill and unable to live in normal society:
Doctors certified him as insane.
Wiped from existence: It is no longer exist
Unfair adjective not right or fair according to a set of rules or principles; not treating people equally
They had been given an unfair advantage.
Dramatic adjective (of a change, an event, etc.) sudden, very great and often surprising
a dramatic increase/change/improvement/shift
exciting and impressive a dramatic victory
Confusing adjective difficult to understand; not clear
The instructions on the box are very confusing.