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  1. I want to my vacation for another week.
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  3. He was finally brave enough to ask her out on a .
  4. In my phone doesn't have signal in the stadium, let's make a plan now.
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1176 Tacos for Two

Daniel shares with Olga how to make tacos for a special dinner guest.

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Well, I'm trying to impress a girl.

You try to 'impress' someone by acting in a way that will make her notice or like you. Notice the following:

  1. He always does something foolish when he is trying to impress girls.
  2. He really impressed me with his hard work.

first date

It's the first date.

The 'first date' is the first romantic appointment that you have with someone. Common date activities are going out to eat or going to movies. Notice the following:

  1. We were both really nervous on our first date.
  2. This is the restaurant we went to for our first date.


Wrap it and put some lettuce and tomato on top.

When you 'wrap' something, you cover it on all sides. Notice the following:

  1. Make sure the baby is wrapped in the blanket really tight so she changes.
  2. The chicken is actually wrapped in bacon.

in case

Just explain it to me in case I cannot get them

You can use the phrase 'in case' to describe what you will do if a particular event happens. Notice the following:

  1. In case it rains during the picnic, we have a big tent that we can sit under.
  2. We should make sure to leave very early, just in case the traffic is bad.


You must extend it to make the shape of the tortilla.

When you 'extend' something, you make it longer or wider. This can either be used for a physical object or a time or deadline. Notice the following:

  1. My boss extended the deadline for my project, so I'm feeling much less stressed.
  2. You need to make sure that the oil extends to the edge of the pan.