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Might be   Might be to express a possibility: "Have you ever looked at you pet and thought 'I think they might be broken'". [video width="720" height="1280" mp4="https://www.starenglish.es/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/126985845_1085869511871203_5363861832450018298_n.mp4"][/video]...

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To do something by oneself: To do something without any help or assistence.   "The cat rode the skateboard by itself" "My one-year-old nephew can eat by himself"   [video width="540" height="676" mp4="https://www.starenglish.es/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/124726394_2817517738566757_2140067935342427137_n.mp4"][/video]  ...

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To pass out: To go unconscious temporarily, to faint. The dog passed out when she tried to cut his naills We could also describe the dog as a 'drama queen' [video width="640" height="640" mp4="https://www.starenglish.es/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/To-pass-out.mp4"][/video] Video...

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