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  • welcome to English in a minute from home.

  • E i m team would never try to hoodwink you.

  • But what does that mean?

  • Let's listen, Ana.

  • You know the fruit cellar near our office.

  • Oh, you mean Pete?

  • Yeah.

  • He tried to hoodwink me yesterday.

  • I thought the sign for orange.

  • It has red 3 kg for $5 but the one in front of the five was covered, so it was really $15 for 3 kg.

  • Wow.

  • He wouldn't try to trick you, would he?

  • In the 15 hundreds hoodwink meant to cover the eyes of someone like a prisoner with the hood or blindfold.

  • Over time, the word came to mean hiding the truth or trying to trick someone.

  • And that's English in a minute.

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English in a Minute: Hoodwink

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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