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Inglês com Gabi 45m
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Inglês com Gabi 7h
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David R 😎Speak Fluent English👊 Apr 5
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BBC Learning English Jul 9
PRONUNCIATION to these words ending with ‘ed’ but pronounced /t/. Which word is said incorrectly? More quizzes here: ⠀⠀⠀
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BLC Bristol 17h
: To feel motivated to improve your reading skills it’s important to choose a variety of text types and topics which you find INTERESTING! How many different words can you think of that mean "interesting"? Look for ideas here 👉
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Vocords Jul 13
Tag someone who does ludicrous things. 😂 I heard this word before but didn't know its meaning. Hope you learnt something new today. Follow us to improve your English Vocabulary.⠀⠀⠀
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IIC - English Language Center in NYC Jul 18
How are you today? Here are some responses to conversation starters!
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Talking May 31
👋 Do you hate saying 'goodbye'? Me too! Sometimes it's necessary though. Here are a few ways to do it!
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One to One English 14h
Is your advanced? We recommend reading to enrich your vocabulary & improve your comprehension skills
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SEDA College Jul 8
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BLC Bristol Jul 19
: "After a busy week I often find that on Friday evenings I sit down and nod OUT/IN/OFF in front of the telly." Which word completes the phrasal verb and what does it mean? Find out here 👉
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MasterKey English 14h
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learnenglish Jun 18
PRACTICE⠀⠀ Have you studied English pronunciation? Have you improved? Let’s find out by trying some past simple verb endings with –ed but pronounced as /d/.⠀
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Tarle Speech English 14h
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English Daily⚡ Jul 3
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BBC Learning English Jul 19
Some past simple ending with –ed can be tricky to pronounce. these and you’ll always get them right: they as /t/. Listen and repeat. more here:
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Confidence Factory Feb 28
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eHello Online Education Jul 16
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BBC Learning English 14h
"When should I use 'for' or 'to' to express purpose?" That's what Alex from Spain would like to know, and Dan has the answer! Find out what you need to know here:
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SEDA College Jul 21
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