What those words mean? Help me to understand
6:14 no f...
6:36 b.. to go through it
7:10 no room to turn around.....
I would be so grateful
7:10 wriggle backwards. There is in description
I don't hear anything like "no f... " and "b.. to go through it " 6:14 It was his first foray back into spelunking 6:36 The birth canal was an exceptionally narrow tunnel that requires spelunkers to crawl through it with...
7:10 He had no room to turn around. Was not even enough to wriggle out backwards.
He had no room to turn around — not even enough to wriggle out backwards.
Thank you all! Grumbler, that were words foray and spelunkers, I've never heard them before.
I have some more questios
1:00-1:06 took a wrong or took own or something else?
6:07 to.... And take a break
Still John determined to explorer The most infamous passage ways - the Birth Canal. The Birth Canal was an exceptionally narrow tunnel that requires spelunkers to crawl through it with the utmost care and precision if it dare enter it all. Not longer after his dicent began John came across a passege way simingly fitting the description of the Birth Canal - 6 :50 - - - - ??? A few minutes later John realized he was made a terrible mistake. He is not in fact found the Birth Canal, but he instead wedged himself in another narrow passage and now he had no way out. He had no room to turn around — not even enough to wriggle out backwards. And the only options it seems to press forward.
7:16..That was a small open space in front of them barely... across inches to top of the bottom.... Effectivly decide of the opening... John try to squeeze through the opening making him the small is possible by exhaling whole the air from his lungs. Unfortunately , when he breaths again his chest...
7:24 слышится похожее на astray. Что за слова?
took a wrong turn to unwind made his way into a small opening - head first edging steadily along using his hips, stomach and fingers barely ten inches Effectively the size of the opening or a clothes drier (?) John tried to squeeze through the opening
grumbler, thanks a lot! Very helpful!
OF a clothes drier
I have last 3 last questions. I'm suffering a lot with it) But it for tomorrow. Sorry to bother you
0:58.what strats as a fun следующие 2 слова 1:19 he...hopelessly upside down
3:04 the clay that's layig on the cave walls... largely compozed...
what started as a fun, ??? doing outing he hung helplessly the clay that's laying the cave walls was largely composed (?)
Думаю, фильмы с субтитрами, которые можно выключить и включить, смотреть полезнее. Для многих фильмов можно найти transcripts в интернете.
That's all!) thanks
I've learnt a lot of words, for example predicament. prept, excruciating, harrowing, parished, exasperate, wedge, calf and so on. There're a lot of phrasal werbs. So, it really helps to learn.)