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TewoR Jul 19
I was just about to ask you the same thing ✅ I was just about asking you the same thing ❌❌❌ RULE OF THUMB BE(is/are/am/was/were) + ABOUT + TO INFINITIVE (TO ASK) ✅ BE(is/are/am/was/were) +ABOUT + GERUND (ASKING) ❌❌❌
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Learn English 10h
IRREGULAR PLURALS 🎲die → dice🎲🎲 🦶foot → feet🦶🦶 👨man → men👨👨 🦷tooth → teeth🦷🦷 🐭mouse → mice🐭🐭 🐂ox → oxen🐂🐂 🐦goose → geese🐦🐦 🧒child → children🧒🧒 🐑sheep → sheep🐑🐑
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Bake My Words Jul 19
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Learn English Jul 31
SMART 🤓apt 🤓wise 🤓quick 🤓clever 🤓bright 🤓sharp 🤓genius 🤓brilliant 🤓intelligent 🤓ingenious 🤓quick-witted
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Learn English with Woodward English Aug 2
Woodward English Quiz 48 He's standing _____ the desk.
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Shivika Rodrigo Jul 21
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Robbie @ Golengua Jul 25
The Queen and I...New blog post about accents PS she isn’t better than me con through
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PracUp Jul 22
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Learn English with Teacher Luke Jul 22
English Vocabulary Quiz Time! Write your answer in the comments 😀😎
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Words of Advise Jul 21
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BBC Learning English Jul 24
Do you find yourself saying ‘and’ all the time when you are listing things or linking sentences? Here are some to help you improve your . (These are not perfect synonyms and might require changes to a sentence)
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FingerTipsResources Jul 21
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Learn English Aug 2
SURPRISED 😲floored 😲startled 😲amazed 😲stunned 😲shocked 😲stupefied 😲staggered 😲astounded 😲astonished 😲bowled over 😲gobsmacked 😲flabbergasted 😲dumbfounded
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MyEnglishGuides Jul 25
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Andrea Fixes Your English Jul 24
New slots in August! Contact me to book a private online lesson ✅Conversation ✅Business English ✅Writing/Exam Preparation Please retweet!♥️
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EOI Teacher Jul 25
✔ Keep your ear to the ground 》To pay attention to everything that is happening around you, and also to what people are saying. ▪︎If you are looking for a job here keep your ear to the ground, there could be vacancies soon.
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Learn English Jul 25
IRREGULAR VERBS 🛌lie - lay - lain 🧶knit - knit - knit 🏪sell - sold - sold 🦥hang - hung - hung 🏃💨flee - fled - fled 🗺️find - found - found 🔥burn - burnt - burnt 🏌️swing - swung - swung 👉choose - chose - chosen
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Andrea Fixes Your English Jul 24
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Lingo Legend Game Jul 22
When you're learning a new language, native speakers all sound like fast-talking auctioneers. But forcing yourself to speak faster won’t help you learn faster. Speed comes naturally with practise!  
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BBC Learning English Jul 25
✋ Hands up if you want to learn English! ✋ We’ve got some hand-related idioms for you to learn in this handy little table! More tables here:
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