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Joseph Florez Sep 13
I always suggest that my struggling readers should take notes on their reading, but this year they have really taken me up on it. Here's what's worked for this girl.
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English Daily 🌐 11h
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 15
English prefixes and suffixes
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 16
Asking for and giving permission
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 17
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 14
Synonymous words for the IELTS
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EnglishStudy! πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Sep 13
Phrasal Verb – Count on Meaning – To depend on someone or something β€œI know I’ve been busy recently but you can always count on me if you are having a hard time.”
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 17
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 12
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King Of NigeriaπŸ‘‘ 3h
They always skip English class... ( what did you hear/what have you heard )
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 16
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PalFishSav 5h
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Helene Combe 6h
You may think that adults would listen more than kids during a lesson. ..
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English Daily 🌐 Sep 17
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Al - English Teacher 14h
"Teaching kids to count is fine but teaching them what counts is best" (Bob Talbert)
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Emma Stanley πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ Sep 13
Double page spreads of our story chapters. Re-telling of chapter 1 of Shaun Tan's 'The Arrival'.
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English Daily 🌐 16h
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English Daily 🌐 12h
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KimGriffiths English Sep 17
Hi everyone! Here’s a for you! Who can write the name of this small food in the comments? Can you?
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Amarachi Ayozie 6h
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