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English with Kitti Jun 13
What's the creepiest thing you've seen? 🤡
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Hi Amanda - your English Coach Jun 11
[] Number one mistakes I see students make in English. It’s truly something that gets a lot of students confused, today’s lesson is about using: SAY or TELL! ⚠ Watch the full episode on
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FCPS Adult ESOL Jun 13
Adult Education is vital! If you want to support the workforce and workers, you need to support lifelong learning opportunities offered through Adult Education. Summer🏖️ info
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Hiro Jun 9
I just made some coffee
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ThomaS English School Jun 13
✅ She’s married TO a dentist. ❌ She’s married with a dentist.
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تعلم الإنجليزية EPI Jun 13
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Learn English Jun 9
Woodward English Quiz 188 Can you see ____ birds up there in the tree?
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AntriParto 5h
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EOI Teacher Jun 13
✔Likely 》Use it to indicate that something will probably happen. ▪︎Take your umbrella, it's likely to rain. ▪︎ It is likely that problems will continue. ▪︎A parliamentary defeat was the likely outcome of the Brexit deal.
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Learnweek.com 2h
Do you want to try yourself? To solve the exercise below, click here
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Learn English Jun 13
⭐ English slang ➡ cheap as chips For 25 more slang and social expressions, visit:
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English The Easy Way 7h
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EOI Teacher 8h
✔ To break one's back 》To work extremely hard and make a great effort on order to achieve something. 📷 She broke her back to finish her report on time. 📷 He will have to break his back to tidy up the room, what a mess!
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SimpleEnglishVideos 10h
How to learn a new voice or accent (and sound like Kermit the Frog).
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EOI Teacher 10h
✔ To miss the boat 》To lose the chance to do something because you are too slow to act. ▪︎When Joe turned 30 he was still single, and his mother said he had missed the boat. ▪︎Buy the tickets now if you don't want to miss the boat.
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EOI Teacher 13h
✔ To cut corners 》To do something in the cheapest or fastest way in order to save money or time. ▪︎We mustn't cut corners on this project, it is very important for us. ▪︎I never cut corners to save money. Quality comes first.
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AntriParto 14h
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SimpleEnglishVideos Jun 15
How to use 'mind' in polite requests - a video lesson.
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BBC Learning English Jun 15
😫 When you are very tired, this is all you want to do! ☺️Here’s another fun to keep you awake! Do you want to learn more? Visit our website:
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English Daily⚡ Jun 15
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