Keen on (something)

Do you know the English expression “to be keen on (something)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Helene: What sport is your son into these days?

Igor: He’s really keen on swimming.

Does it mean:

a) not interested in

b) very interested in

c) making an effort

d) good at

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Answer: b) very interested in

Outraged

Do you know the English adjective “outraged“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Tracey: How did the people react to the government’s decision to change the pension system?

Chris: They were outraged. They held demonstrations all over the country.

Does it mean:

a) very angry

b) very frightened

c) very happy

d) very amused

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Answer: a) very angry

Distraught

Do you know the English adjective “distraught“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?

Bill: How did you feel when you heard you had lost your job?

Mike: I was distraught. I’ve just bought a house, so it’s really bad timing.

Does it mean:

a) very happy

b) very upset

c) very scared

d) very complicated

The answer is below!↓

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Answer: b) very upset