5 sentences a day – B2 – Rescued by Ruby – szókincsbővítés

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Mai leckénkben a ’Rescued by Ruby’ film lesz segítségünkre. Sok hasznos kifejezést tanulhatunk az előzeteséből.

State trooper Dan (Grant Gustin) dreams of joining the K-9 Search & Rescue team, but no one will give him the chance. Shelter dog Ruby dreams of having a home, but is running out of hope. When fate brings Dan and Ruby together, it’s their unshakable bond that helps them face their toughest challenge yet. Based on a true story.

sources (text, video, picture): Rescued By Ruby starring Grant Gustin, Official Trailer, Netflix, Youtube

  1. Control that canine! Retreat! Giving up on her?
    Kontrolálja/ Fékezze meg azt a kutyát! Vissza! Feladod vele? / Lemondasz róla?
    – to order, limit, or rule something, or someone’s actions or behaviour

    – to go backwards
    – to expect someone or something to fail
  2. You’ve been to seven homes already. You cannot blow this chance.
    Már hét otthonban voltál. Nem szúrhatod el ezt az esélyt!
    – to lose an opportunity to do something by doing or saying the wrong thing
  3. There’s goodness in you. Don’t be afraid to let it show.
    Benned van a jóság. Ne félj megmutatni.
    – the personal quality of being morally good

    – to allow yourself to show it to others
  4. Who’ll believe in her if you don’t?
    Ki fog benne hinni, ha te nem?
    – to trust someone because you think that they can do something well or that they are a good person
  5. I have faith in you. You just need to have faith in yourself.
    Én bízom benned. Neked is bíznod kell magadban.
    – to believe that someone or something deserves to be trusted

At the beginning, a challenging dog can be described as:

  1. She’s a handful. You’re all over the place. You can’t even sit still.
    Kezelhetetlen. Szét vagy esve. Még nyugton ülni sem tudsz.
    – a person, often a child, who is difficult to control

    – You are confused or disorganized, and unable to think clearly or act properly
    – to sit in the same position, sit motionlessly
  1. She’s too high-strung.
    Túlságosan feszült/’Túl van húzva’.
    – very nervous and easily upset
  1. She chews. She digs. She steals food. She never sleeps.
    Rág. Ás. Kaját lop. Sosem alszik.
    – to crush something into smaller, softer pieces with the teeth so that it can be swallowed
    to form a hole by moving soil
  1. She doesn’t listen. She destroys everything. 
    Nem hallgat semmire. Mindent tönkretesz.
    – to damage something so badly that it cannot be used
  1. She’s not even housebroken. (US)/ house-trained (UK)
    Még nem is szobatiszta.
    – (of a pet) having learned not to urinate or empty its bowels in your home

sources: Cambridge Dictionary; Merriam-Webster Dictionary

interesting info:

K9 dogs

A police dog, also known as K-9 or K9 (a canine dog: police dog), is a dog specifically trained to assist members of law enforcement. The most commonly used breeds are German Shepherds and Belgian Malinois, but several other breeds are represented having some unique talents. Basset Hounds, Bloodhounds, and Labrador Retrievers, for example, are known for their tracking, trailing, and detection skills. Police K-9s usually serve in the force for 6 to 9 years. ​

Police Departments require a dog to first pass basic obedience training. The dogs must be able to respond to and obey the commands of their handler without hesitation for proper control.

There are two common classifications of police K-9s:

Patrol: These dogs are used to provide patrol duties (officer protection, suspect apprehension, area or building clearance, and security in sensitive or controlled areas.

Detection: These dogs are used to find either narcotics OR explosives. Note it is either one or the other.

Dogs used in law enforcement are trained to either be “single purpose” or “dual purpose” K9s.                      

Single purpose dogs are used primarily for either patrol duties or detection duties.  We also have single purpose K9s that are used only for tracking, lost persons location, or cadaver detection.

Dual purpose dogs are trained to combine these duties in one K9.

source: https://www.nationalpolicedogfoundation.org/about-k9s

to assist – segíteni
law enforcement  – rendőrségi szervezet
breeds – fajok/fajták
unique talents – egyedi különleges képességek
tracking, trailing – követés, nyomkövetés
detection skills – felderítési készségek
to require – megköveteli/igényelni
obedience training – engedelmességi tréning
to respond – reagálni
to obey  – engedelmeskedni
commands – parancsok
classifications – besorolások
to provide patrol duties – járőrszolgálatot ellátni
protection – védelem
suspect apprehension – gyanúsított elfogás
detection – felderítés/nyomozás
primarily – elsődlegesen
cadaver detection – holttest felderítés

 

Vocabulary

state trooper (US)/police officer rendőr
to give sb the chance esélyt adni valakinek
shelter dog menhelyi kutya
to run out of hope elfogy a remény
fate sors
unshakable bond rendíthetetlen kötelék/kapocs
to face their toughest challenge legnehezebb kihívással néznek szembe
to be based on (valamin) alapszik
to fail kudarcot vallani
to deserve megérdemelni
to be confused összezavarodott
to crush szétzúzni
to swallow lenyelni
soil talaj
to urinate vizelni
bowels belek

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