Flashcards in English P1- Last Lesson Of The Afternoon Deck (43):
The state of being tired, especially because of hard work or activity
To pull someone or something along in a short, strong movement
A lead for a dog
To pull at something very hard
Very difficult to control
A person or animal that someone is trying to find or catch
To pull or carry something heavy from one place to another with a lot of effort
To advise someone very strongly about what action or attitude they should take
To suffer something unpleasant or difficult in a patient way over a long period
The worst part of something that has a bad effect
Dry drops of liquid, usually ink, on the surface of something
Untidy, careless writing
Something written carelessly or in a hurry, so that it is difficult to read
Careless or untidy
A substance that produces heat or power when it is burned
To start a strong interest or emotion in someone
Something that is of very poor quality
A lack of interest or sympathy
The total amount of harm or damage
Not right, out of place
Associated with waiting for the bell to ring
"tugged the leash"
Want to escape the rules
"they hate to hunt"
Out of control
See the children as a weight he has to carry
Students are a wild pack of dogs
"books that lie out on the desks"
Not being used
Slap to the face
"I am sick"
Tells us how the teacher feels
"last fuel of life"
Hyperbole that highlights his feelings
Gives us our sense of purpose in life
At one point teaching fueled his soul but not anymore
Energetic or passionate
"dross of indifference"
"insults in punishment"
How he is punished
"it is all my aunt"
It means nothing
"I do not, and will not"
Won't make an effort
Decided on a course of action
Metaphor- pointless or painful
"Of each other?"
Fighting each other
"I shall sit and wait for the bell."
Course of action
Disillusioned or frustrated