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Husna Pervez حسنیٰ پرویز 13h
It's the language! It's !
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PeterTheProofreader Apr 18
👨‍🏫 👨‍🏫 👨‍🏫 Teacher: Do you understand? Student: ___. ❶ Get. ❷ Get it. ❸ Got. ❹ Got it.
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Speak Write Play Apr 20
Use the word 'rationally' in a sentence as an . Then, take that and transform it using 'rational' as an . accepted?
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Arpa de David 3h
🎧 Open enrollment! Coming soon... School Of Arts
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RandaTh Apr 11
📣📣job alert Fluent in ? We are hiring 20 junior/medior to work in dynamic IT Passion & career ambition are key to succeed! Apply on apply-austria@amaris.com. ( & ) ++
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Dr. Chaudhery 7h
Prepare for standardized exams, higher grades, assessments, AP/IB rigor, and college. Close the gaps in learning and preparation. Structured, intensive curriculum 4 different ELA programs to choose from
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Speak Write Play 7h
Friends, In observance of the holiday, English activities will be suspended today. The exercises will resume tomorrow. Have a great day! Image by 3333873 from Pixabay
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Robbie “Gwobs” Benson 26m
We’ve discovered the elusive “ellamenno.”
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Anna Connelly Apr 18
Pronunciation of COLLEAGUE ✅ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ This is a word I correct constantly and it drives my students crazy! I hope this helps 😊 TOP TIP 💯 Try recording yourself to see if the pronunciation sounds the same.
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Abraham😎 12h
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ASC A+ Program 5h
Our summer program will train students through interactive discussions and challenging writing assignments. Enroll now!
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EnglishStudy! 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 Apr 11
Can you use this idiom in a sentence? Idiom – Put a sock in it 🧦🤐 Meaning – Be quiet. This expression is used to tell someone to stop making so much noise. Put a sock in it is an impolite expression and should be used with caution.
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BBC Learning English Apr 16
you had a good command of ... well, how would your life change? Today you can review some to ‘if’. These aren't perfect synonyms, and may have different grammar when used in a sentence. More phrases:
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Fiction Express Apr 17
TEACHERS! Fiction Express is a new way to get children reading. Books created by the readers voting on the plot & leaving ideas on the book forum! If you'd like to know more please contact us and we'll set you up with a free teacher trial!
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The Icing on your English 12h
👨‍🏫 idioms: They spared no expense in planning the perfect wedding.
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LadyMasqueradeTove Apr 20
God Eater 3 Leo English Voice. he sounds like a gentleman XD
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Mar✝íN🇪🇸 Apr 20
❤🇪🇸💛 hello friends Today I brought you a , and translated to &a☺ Enjoy the song😉 happy Saturday guys🙏
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Next Step English Apr 19
🧔🏻 QUIZ 🧔🏻 I love it when my hubby has ____________ on his face. He’s so handsome, especially with whiskers! 😍 a. daggers b. kerosene c. stubble d. contraptions
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English Aula Apr 19
REMEMBER: A TRIBE of Indians. A FLOCK of birds. A BUNCH of grapes. A CREW of sailors. A SHOAL of fish. A SWARM of bees. A FLEET of ships.
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lamansiondelingles 12h
Discover how you can improve your listening comprehension in this week's podcast about listening skills (Just published!):
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