- Answer Key
open my mouth
Ex) She opened her mouth.
close my mouth
Ex) He closed his mouth.
cover my mouth
Ex) She’s covering her mouth.
:to open your mouth wide and breathe in deeply through it, usually because you are tired or bored
Ex) She yawned because she was tired.
:to take and then let out a long deep breath that can be heard, to show that you are disappointed, sad, tired, etc.
Ex) He sighed a lot.
:a sharp, usually repeated, sound made in the throat, that is caused by a sudden movement of the diaphragm and that you cannot control
Ex) She’s hiccuping a lot.
:to let out air from the stomach through the mouth, making a noise
Ex) She burped loudly.
wipe my mouth
Ex) She’s wiping her mouth with a napkin.
:to force out air suddenly and noisily through your throat, for example when you have a cold
Ex) He coughed a lot.
clear my throat
:to cough (= to force out air noisily through your throat) so that you can speak clearly
Ex) He cleared his throat before his speech.
:if you pout, pout your lips or if your lips pout, you push out your lips, to show you are annoyed or to look sexually attractive
Ex) She’s pouting because she didn’t get any candy.
stick my tongue out
Ex) He always sticks his tongue out at girls.
:to speak very quietly to somebody so that other people cannot hear what you are saying
Ex) The girl is whispering into her ear.
▶︎この場合、「into(in) one’s ear」と繋ぎます。耳の中にささやくイメージ。
:to say something in a loud voice; to speak loudly/angrily to somebody
Ex) He shouted at his secretary after the meeting.
speak with my mouth full
Ex) He’s speaking with his mouth full.