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EOI Teacher 23h
✔ Out on a limb 》In a situation in which your opinion has no support from other people. ▪︎I knew I was going out on a limb in opposing the new deal; and I was right, nobody agreed with me. But I don't care.
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Learn English Aug 3
HELP 👌aid 👌assist 👌support 👌help out 👌do sb a favor 👌bail someone out 👌lend a (helping) hand 👌take under one's wing
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Learn English Jul 27
AMERICAN VS BRITISH 🇺🇸 mail | 🇬🇧post 🇺🇸elevator | 🇬🇧lift 🇺🇸second floor | 🇬🇧first floor 🇺🇸first floor | 🇬🇧ground floor 🇺🇸cross walk | 🇬🇧zebra crossing 🇺🇸telephone booth | 🇬🇧phone box 🇺🇸apartment building | 🇬🇧block of flats
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English Grammar Aug 4
ESL Tips: Different Phrases You Can Use in Informal Conversations
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Learn English 23h
AMERICAN VS BRITISH 🇺🇸can | 🇬🇧tin 🇺🇸tap | 🇬🇧faucet 🇺🇸line | 🇬🇧queue 🇺🇸fall | 🇬🇧autumn 🇺🇸bangs | 🇬🇧fringe 🇺🇸flashlight | 🇬🇧torch 🇺🇸ladybug | 🇬🇧ladybird 🇺🇸Band-Aid | 🇬🇧plaster 🇺🇸trash can | 🇬🇧dust bin
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VirtuEL Conference Jul 30
All sessions were about for All the sessions are still available 👉👉👉 Thanks to all presenters and everyone interacting!
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EOI Teacher Aug 3
✔ To hold/have/bear a grudge /grʌʤ/ (also: grudges) 》To be angry with someone for longer than is reasonable. ▪︎He has a grudge against me because I didn't lend him any money. ▪︎Believe me, I don't bear grudges against you.
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EOI Teacher 21h
✔ To get/come to the point 》To say what is most important, instead of talking about unimportant things. ▪︎I'm in a hurry, Joe, I can't stay here all day, so please get to the point. What is it you want? [🇪🇦 Ir al grano]
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Learn English Aug 2
STUPID 🤖silly 🤖slow 🤖thick 🤖dumb 🤖dense 🤖foolish 🤖moronic 🤖ignorant 🤖brainless 🤖unintelligent 👺dumb-ass
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Learner's Dictionary 23h
Idiom: in a heartbeat ❤️ = in a very brief time; without any delay or hesitation Even though the job was difficult, he says he'd agree to do it again in a heartbeat.
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Learn English Jul 28
Homophones 🔊I'll | 🏝isle 🔊be | 🐝bee 🔊aunt | 🐜ant 🔊flew | 🔊flue 🔊blue | 🔊blew 🔊doe | 🔊dough 🔊bury | 🍓berry 🔊right | ✏️write 🔊celler | 🔊seller 🔊brake | 🔊break 🔊band | 🔊banned 🔊bored | 🔊board 🔊allowed | 🔊aloud
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Learner's Dictionary Jul 30
Idiom: hit the hay/sack = to go to bed I'm tired. I'm going to hit the hay early tonight.
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Learn English Aug 1
PRONUNCIATION 🤫Silent D ⛰️edge 📛badge 🥪sandwich 👨handsome 🗓️Wednesday
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Keystone English 2h
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EOI Teacher 22h
✔ To hit the road (informal) 》To leave a place and begin a journey, especially a road trip. ▪︎We should hit the road now if we don't want to get stuck in traffic. ▪︎I'm going to bed; I have to hit the road at 6 am tomorrow.
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EOI Teacher Aug 1
✔ To jump through hoops 》To have to do many boring, tiring or difficult things in order to please someone or to achieve something. ▪︎All banks make you jump through hoops to get a loan these days. You have to beg for it!
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Carol Salva 23h
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EOI Teacher Jul 31
✔ Bits and bobs/pieces (inf.) 》Small tasks, jobs or things. 👨🏻 What are you doing on Sunday? 👧 Nothing, just a few bits and bobs around the house. ------ 👧🏻 I've been to Joe's pound shop; it sells lots of interesting bits and pieces.
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EOI Teacher Aug 1
✔ A dead-end job 》 A job without a good future, with no chance of progressing to a better position. ▪︎He had a dead-end job as a pizza delivery boy for some months, and then he decided to look for something better.
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Tan K Huynh Aug 3
I'll be making a poster like this in my room for the next school year (once I am out of state quarantine)
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