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Abba no stress Oct 22
I camp you pel gass 😎
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Learn English Oct 20
LOVE ❤️lust ❤️desire ❤️warmth ❤️passion ❤️worship ❤️intimacy ❤️devotion ❤️yearning ❤️fondness ❤️adoration ❤️idolization ❤️infatuation ❤️tenderness ❤️attachment ❤️endearment ❤️deep affection
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EF English Live France Oct 23
Trouvez l'erreur 🔍 “ The dogs dish was full of bone’s.” . . . .
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EF English Live France Oct 24
Present Perfect Continuous Quiz! 📚 À votre avis, A ou B ? “He has ____ too hard today.” A)working B)been working . . . .
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Learn English Oct 18
ELEGANT 👔chic 👔nice 👔posh 👔sleek 👔fancy 👔sassy 👔stylish 👔tasteful 👔genteel 👔polished 👔clean-cut 👔fashionable ❌inelegant ❌unfashionable
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Suzanne 😻 Learn English Aprender Inglés 🐬 Oct 22
Here you are, CT693. Answers by DM *only* please, not below.
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I Talk You Talk Oct 25
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EF English Live France Oct 22
Oscar Wild said... “Never love anyone who treats you like you’re _____.” A) Basic B) Ordinary . . . .
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EF English Live France 4h
A ou B ? “_______ coffee, tea and juice to drink.” A)There’s B)There are . . . .
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I Talk You Talk Oct 18
We published book no. 80 today! A level 4 graded reader from I Talk You Talk Press. 😊😊
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FingerTipsResources Oct 18
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L'Anglais du A1 au C2 Oct 21
PAST tenses - QUIZ Traduire «Cela faisait une semaine qu’il avait repris le travail»: 1) He got back to work one week ago 2) He could have gone back to work a week ago 3) He was to go back to work a week before 4) He had got back to work a week before. CORRIGÉS 4)
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California School of English 24h
"in a pickle" - when you're in a difficult situation, or have a problem to which no easy answer can be found e.g. "The boss is in a pickle, he mistakenly made appointments with two different clients at the same time."
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CrownAcademyEnglish 8h
Hello everyone. I hope you had a good weekend. My next video lesson will be available on YouTube tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday 27th October) at 1pm UK time. :)
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California School of English Oct 22
"a means to an end" - a necessary action carried out just to achieve a certain goal e.g. "Having that unpaid internship was just a means to an end - it helped me get a full-time job at the company!"
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Language_Garage Oct 20
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California School of English Oct 23
"pecking order" - the way a group is organized, with some members being more important or powerful than others e.g. "You don't get a company car unless you're pretty high up in the pecking order."
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Liam White Oct 23
Replying to @FalsetoothFilms
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California School of English Oct 24
“slap on the wrist” - very mild punishment e.g. “The general feeling is that the punishment the criminal received was a slap on the wrist.”
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L'Anglais du A1 au C2 Oct 19
Be seated . « No. I don’t feel like sitting down ». Which sentences, have the same meaning? 1)No. I shall not 2)No. I don’t want to 3)No. I won’t 4)No. I don’t have to 5)No. I can’t Corrigés 2) « No. I don’t want to » 3) « No. I won’t »
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