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EOI Teacher Aug 2
✔ To luck into something (🇺🇸 informal) 》To obtain something that you want by good luck. ▪︎It wasn't easy, but finally we lucked into great seats for the concert. ▪︎I lucked into this house and I decided to buy it at once.
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Teacher Kid Canada - Kid Canada 老师 Aug 1
Are you an aspiring teacherpreneur? If so, request to join my group
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EOI Teacher Aug 1
✔ A dead-end job 》 A job without a good future, with no chance of progressing to a better position. ▪︎He had a dead-end job as a pizza delivery boy for some months, and then he decided to look for something better.
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EOI Teacher Aug 2
✔ A stakeout 》A period of secret and continuous watching of a building or an area by the police for evidence of criminal activity. ▪︎Police officers on a stakeout often spend long hours in unmarked police cars.
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Learner's Dictionary Jul 30
Idiom: hit the hay/sack = to go to bed I'm tired. I'm going to hit the hay early tonight.
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ESL Expat Aug 1
: English Teaching Jobs Abroad and Online ... ...
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EOI Teacher Aug 2
✔ To bend the rules 》To do something that is not allowed for your own benefit, or to help someone else. ▪︎The chairman was accused of bending the rules. ▪︎I had to bend the rules to give Joe some extra money; he deserved it.
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EOI Teacher Jul 30
✔ To shelve /ʃɛlv/ 》To decide not to continue with a project, an idea, a plan, etc. ▪︎The plans to reopen the old hotel have been shelved due to a lack of funding. ⚠️ Literally: to place or put items (books, etc.) on a shelf.
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Matt Bury, MA ODE 17m
A friend is doing his MA . Would you be willing to answer 11 questions in his survey about typical programmes in Canadian universities? Please pass on to more tutors in Canada.
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Parlay Vacay 17h
Just Do It! Or Make It? Level Up Your English: Do and Make
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NikPeachey Aug 3
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NikPeachey Aug 2
Here's an interactive listening and speaking activity you can get your students to try
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NikPeachey Jul 31
A collection of 26 web-based resources for enhancing creativity with students.
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NikPeachey Aug 2
Conversation & Listening - The Story Students explore folk stories and create a story based on questions. They compare their story to a recordeding
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Аня Лаврова Aug 2
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icy girl ❄️ Aug 3
Hey fellow teachers🌺 👩‍🏫 Did any of you do a TEFL course? How did you go about it? I'm considering it and I need some info.
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EOI Teacher 19h
✔ A long shot 》Something that is worth trying, even though it is difficult, and it is unlikely to be successful. ▪︎The police officer admitted that their search was a long shot, because the suspect could be hiding anywhere.
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BC TEAL 14h
This month, to promote the feeling of support and community among ESL professionals we encourage you to Bring a Friend to one of events. In August, we host a Private Sector Happy Hour on Thursday, August, 6, 2020. , , ,
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EOI Teacher Jul 31
✔ Bits and bobs/pieces (inf.) 》Small tasks, jobs or things. 👨🏻 What are you doing on Sunday? 👧 Nothing, just a few bits and bobs around the house. ------ 👧🏻 I've been to Joe's pound shop; it sells lots of interesting bits and pieces.
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