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EnglishClass101.com
Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Have you ever gotten good tips or information from a local while travelling?

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Monday at 1:34 pm
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Hi Demian Ulisses,


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Demian Ulisses
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I have like a lot, very interactive platform 😳😳😳😳

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Julie
Monday at 10:54 am
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I wish someday a someone say to me that " You speak English very well ".❤️️❤️️❤️️❤️️


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Saturday at 10:59 am
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Hi Haitham,

"to parlay" means to risk or gamble something.

"It is not unheard of" means it is possible to hear that....

"to parlay their work as drivers" means "to gamble their work as drivers" (for a better job).

A "lucrative occupation" is an occupation with a high salary. This is why they want to take a risk, leave their jobs as drivers in exchange for a better job with a higher salary.

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HAITHAM
Wednesday at 5:31 am
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Hi ,

I know I'm asking a lot ,but I just want to learn ,could you please explain this sentences "And it's not unheard of for these hard working men to parlay their work as drivers into more lucrative occupations",

thanks.

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Jessi
Wednesday at 5:14 pm
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I usually ask the staff at restaurants or hotel staff what their recommendations are for places to visit in the area, and they always have good answers :grin: