Quite a difficult one this week! What could it be?

Language level: 

Discussion

What do you think it is?

Comments

Phillipe's picture
699x
10x
Phillipe 27 May, 2013 - 12:21

It could be some straw in the roof of a house . Or it could be some animal's hair

up
0 users have voted.
Jonathan - Coordinator's picture
105889x
781x
Jonathan - Coor... 24 February, 2013 - 03:24

Hi MALINE! There is a difference. Pull over means to move your car to the side of the road and stop: The driver was tired so he pulled over to take a breakPull up means to approach something and then stop: She pulled up to the traffic lights and waited for the lights to change. / I ran out of the house when I heard the taxi pulling up outside. Notice that you usually need to say where the vehicle pulled up (the traffic lights / outside).

But actually, these verbs have several different meanings so it depends on the sentence you saw them in. Can you give us an example?

A pullover is also a kind of warm jumper. Do you think the picture above is a pullover? :-?

up
0 users have voted.
JoEditor's picture
102191x
714x
JoEditor 23 February, 2013 - 18:35

Hi!
There are some great guesses on this photo and some of you are right! :) We will publish the answer on Monday. Not long to wait now!
Best wishes, Jo (LearnEnglish Teens Team)

up
0 users have voted.

Pages