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Plain English 5h
When there is a disagreement or argument between two people or groups of people, they have a “difference of opinion.” Learn more on today's Plain English! , ,
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Plain English 10h
To “work something out” means to resolve a tricky problem or situation. Now listen for it on today's episode! , ,
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CrownAcademyEnglish Jan 28
Learn to speak English like a NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKER (Part 2). Please retweet. :)
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CrownAcademyEnglish 18h
Don't miss my latest English video lesson - Learn 7 English expressions that NATIVE ENGLISH speakers use: Please retweet. :)
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Next Step English Jan 22
😖: I thought my boss would be more understanding when I told her I was behind on the Alonso project, but she RAKED ME OVER THE COALS. 😬: Eek. How far behind are you? Is there anything I can do to help? Learn more on my blog!
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Billy Ben Jan 25
What.... for ? = pourquoi...? =Why... ? * * What did you do that for ?/ Why did you do that ?/ Pourquoi tu as fait ca ? * *
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PEP ENGLISH Jan 26
Expression of the day To test the waters = to try something new. • we are testing the waters with this new project.
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International Mountain Connection Jan 28
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Next Step English Jan 26
Happy weekend, Steppers! Sancho is in his Sunday best and lookin’ for love! 🌈 YOUR SUNDAY BEST = your best clothes, worn to church or on special occasions
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CrownAcademyEnglish Jan 27
Hi again! Don't forget - My next video lesson will be available on YouTube tomorrow morning (Tuesday 28th January).
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PeterTheProofreader 23h
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𝙴𝙰𝚂𝚃 𝙷𝙸𝙶𝙷 Jan 26
Replying to @hsmahri
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CrownAcademyEnglish Jan 26
Hello everyone. How are you? My next video lesson will be available on my YouTube channel on Tuesday 28th January.
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Suzanne 🐝 Jan 23
Making mistakes is an essential part of the language-learning process. The trick is to not keep making the same ones again and again😉Keep tweaking your English! Spot the Mistakes (12)
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I Talk You Talk Jan 25
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English Expressions Jan 27
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Plain English Jan 24
To "bend to" means to change a little bit to be more like or please another party. Listen to the full description on today's Plain English! , ,
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International Mountain Connection Jan 26
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tweetingaddress Jan 27
A bit creepy -just enough for our learners to love this ! 😊
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I Talk You Talk Jan 27
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