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Suzanne ✨🐱 29 Nov 18
SLURP /slɜːp/ = drink or eat making a loud sucking noise 🔹 Max hurriedly slurped the last few drops of coffee and went into the meeting. 🔹 It can be tricky to eat noodles without slurping! 😋🍜
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Suzanne ✨🐱 28 Nov 18
be THE CAT'S WHISKERS / THE CAT'S PYJAMAS [old-fashioned; sometimes disapproving] = be excellent, superior to other things or ppl 🔹 I absolutely love my Mac computer! It's the cat's whiskers.
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Suzanne ✨🐱 Feb 19
SKITTISH = fearful, nervous 🔹That horse is quite skittish so he needs a skilled rider. 🔹 The cat is a bit skittish around strangers. She usually goes and hides.
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Suzanne ✨🐱 Oct 30
TREACHEROUS = very dangerous (especially when the danger is hidden) 🔹 We were told not to swim here because of the treacherous currents. 🔹 Drive carefully. In these icy conditions the roads can be treacherous.
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Suzanne ✨🐱 Oct 23
NATTER [informal; very 🇬🇧] = to chat about unimportant things. 🔹 Many's on the phone nattering to her mum." 🔹 Kids! Stop nattering and get on with your homework! It works as a noun too. 🔹 Have you got time for a coffee and a quick natter?
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Pearson English May 8
Watch this short video to discover how you can use Big English to adopt Assessment for Learning in your classroom to monitor your pupils' progress
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Suzanne ✨🐱 Mar 3
SNIPPET = a small piece of news or information, a small part of a video, programme, etc 🔹I wasn't able to see the whole match, just snippets of it. 🔹Hayley loves Shakespeare. She's always quoting snippets from his plays.
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Suzanne ✨🐱 Feb 23
New! DEMOLISH: finish eating sth very quickly (because you're hungry or it's tasty) 🔹Give me a slice of that chocolate cake before the kids demolish it, will you?
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ɐzouıdsƎ ɐןoɐԀ 13 Feb 18
We had a great time this afternoon at a workshop with
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Suzanne ✨🐱 30 Nov 18
Bite-sized Advanced ! (British and Australian accents) Kids Ask Margot Robbie Difficult Questions (2mins40)
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Edtechia Mar 4
Great energy in Dammam today with keynote speaker and author and at the workshop event.
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Suzanne 🐝 14 Mar 18
Replying to @EnglishSmarts
Highwayman (watch the video to find out what it means) Not the most useful word 😉 but anyway, it's thought the expression 'daylight robbery' may well originate from their crimes.
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DLA 9 Mar 18
We’re delighted to announce that DLA and have created videos & learning activities for ’s new 2nd Edition (American English)’ course.
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Jason Murray 31 Mar 19
Am I doing London correctly? Beans? @ Heathrow Terminal 3
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Pearson Peru 4 Dec 18
Designed for achieving results, 2nd Edition delivers comprehensive English language acquisition alongside CLIL and broader life skills, supported by unique online digital teacher and student...
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Step Up Your English! 21 May 18
Replying to @StepUpYrEnglish
BE COMMITTED TO / COMMIT O.S. TO: He is committed to educating his children properly [🇪🇸estar comprometido con / comprometerse con] BE CONFINED TO / CONFISE O.S. TO: I confine myself to having two cups of coffee a day [🇪🇸limitarse a]
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LUGAR🇬🇭🇳🇬 Feb 11
Basic fact 😂 @ Festac Town, Lagos
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Westbrook Hay School Oct 13
Year 5 & 6 pupils loved writing & performing their own poems (inspired by 'Bluebottle' - Judith Nicholls). The best learning is the sticky kind - it sticks in your mind (& you stick at it) because it involves & ! 👇
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original GOD ziggy B 26 Sep 17
circa 1944 😎 family profile: the Capos (from left to right)
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Chris Fortune Jul 19
Replying to @fraserr88
Sometimes no getting home until the Sunday 🤪😎
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