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everyday problems list

Everyday problems list

Everyday problems list 

  • Oversleep: sleep longer than you planned to in the morning

⇒ I overslept and I was a bit late for school.

  • Miss something: arrive too late to do something

⇒ I missed the first class yesterday morning because I overslept.

  • Get stuck: not be able to move

⇒ We got stuck in traffic that is why we missed our plane.

  • Run out of: use all of something so there is no more left.

⇒ We ran out of petrol on our way to Florida.

  • Lose something (keys, ID, passport, etc.): mislay/ be unable to find keys

⇒ I have lost my office keys. Could you help me find them?

⇒ I have lost my ID card. I need to report it to the police.

  • Have an accident: An accident: something bad that happens to people and often hurts them.

⇒ The football team had an accident on their way to the stadium.

  • Get lost: when you don’t know where you are or where to go

⇒ I guess we need a local guide, otherwise, we will get lost in the mountains.

This everyday problems list is not exhaustive. We’ll add more problems that happen frequently soon.

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