There may be people, especially famous people or even teachers, that would like to feel invisible at times, that is, they would like to go shopping, go for a drink... and that the people would not stop them or look at them. On the contrary, feeling invisible to the people around you can also be negative, especially when you want someone to pay attention to you. For instance, teachers may feel invisible to their students when they just don't care about what they are telling them. On the whole, mixed feelings.
Listening exercise to do: You think you're invisible? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
What does 'mismatch' mean? Can you give other words with the same prefix?Let's analyse the following sentence from the programme:
"Not only does the garment make you impossible to see, it also protects you against magic spells."
First, pay attention to the cleft sentence and the inversion "Not only does the garment...., it also....". By the way, if you want to revise what a cleft sentence was, have a look at this post. Secondly, could you tell me what 'spell' means in this context.
Interesting video about accents in English:
The Jon Snow Accent! - Game of Thrones Accents Tutorial (Learn English with Papa Teach me)
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