I am not a number
stamp (verb): impress with a rubber stamp (like a visa in a passport etc)
index (verb): make a list of names, subjects etc
brief (verb): instruct or inform (someone)
debrief (verb): question (someone, for example a soldier or spy) about a finished mission
half-a-dozen (noun): a dozen is 12, so half-a-dozen is 6
till (conjunction): until; up to the time that
remnants (noun): remains; residue; bits that remain
breach (noun): contravention; violation; failure to observe
etiquette (noun): code of behaviour
Are you a number?
By Josef Essberger for EnglishClub June 2018
Josef started teaching English as a foreign language in 1991 and founded EnglishClub for learners and teachers in 1997.
To have an number is to have an identity – it is when we become faceless and nameless (without even the label of a number)that we stop ‘being’.
No, I’m not. And I’m sure they still have heart. 🙂
I am Number 1 🙂